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Product Registration & Product Types In Indonesia

The number of products being registered, imported, and distributed under BPOM – Indonesia’s National Agency of Drug and Food Control, is growing. This rise is spurred by Indonesia’s growing status, from a lower-middle-income country to an upper-middle-income country (according to World Bank in 2020). This is a reason why it is important to know about the process of product registration in Indonesia.

Here are some of the most common Indonesian imports, Cekindo can assist with.

Medical Devices Registration

The demographic shift has driven a demand for better Medical Devices. Medical Devices and is now a sector open to 100% foreign ownership. Find out how to start a company, or register Medical Devices under our Import License.

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Food and Beverage Registration

As health consciousness rises, Indonesians have an increased appetite for new types of food and beverages – business opportunities are extensive, but so are its processes with BPOM. Find out how we can help overcome some of these challenges.

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Cosmetics Registration

Product Registration in Indonesia

While leading companies in the industry remain as MNCs. Social media and e-Commerce are shifting buying behaviors towards independent foreign cosmetic and beauty brands. Read on to understand the cosmetic registration, license, and import process.

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Food Supplement Registration

Product Registration in Indonesia

The rise in health awareness has made a positive impact on the Food Supplement market. While regulations around doing business in Indonesia have relaxed, Food and dietary supplements can take 3 – 6 months to process. Read on to understand how we help simplify complexities within this sector.

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Household Product Registration

Product Registration in Indonesia

Based on the level of risk, Household Products in Indonesia are categorized into low, medium, and high. Each class requires a different set of documentation. Find out how to we can assist with Household product imports, licenses, and registration.

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Other Product-Related Services

Importer Of Record Service

An Importer of Record (IoR) is a legal service that enables companies to import products into a country through an import partner. With an IoR Service provider, product holders do not have to undergo the lengthy process of obtaining an import license.

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Halal Certification

For businesses to label their products as Halal, Halal certification is mandatory for products that are imported, distributed, and traded in the country. To understand the scope and details, read on for more.

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Latest News

A Simple Guide to Indonesia Medical Device Registration

Indonesia’s thriving population, growing economy, and still largely underdeveloped health sector make the perfect combination for up-and-coming business with medical products in this country. Since domestic production is mostly oriented on some of the disposable items, other consumable medical products, high value-added products, and sophisticated devices must be imported. It brings bright prospects for foreign …

Key Points about Import Business License in Indonesia

One who wants to start a business in Indonesia and import goods into the country needs an import business license. Without one, you will not be able to get through the customs clearance. Regardless of the size of your shipments, you will have to apply for this license before importing goods to Indonesia. You really …

Halal Certification in Indonesia

Halal industry in Indonesia has been seen as a gold mine for many investors. We are not trying to exaggerate things, amounting to 14 percent of the total Muslim population in the world is in Indonesia.  Among the 250 million people in Indonesia, approximately 88 percent of them are Muslims. As of 2017, 1.8 billion …

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