Kota Jababeka

Coordinates: 6°17′24″S 107°10′12″E / 6.290003°S 107.169956°E / -6.290003; 107.169956 Kota Jababeka is an integrated industry-based township development at Cikarang, Indonesia, which is within Greater Jakarta. It is located 35 km east of Jakarta city center with a land area of about 5,600 hectares. The township has separate zones for industrial, residential and commercial purpose. The township has a public transportation network, shopping, leisure and entertainment establishments, as well as a dry port, power plants, water treatment plants, waste water treatment plants and other civic amenities. The township can be reached by Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road and takes about 1 – 1.5 hours journey from Jakarta.


Industrial areaEdit

Jababeka Industrial Estate is the first modern Indonesian eco-industrial estate and jointly developed with ProLH GTZ under a technical cooperation program collaboratively established by Indonesia's Ministry of Environment and the Republic of Germany.[1] The industrial estate includes industrial land lot, built-to suit factories, Biz Park Jababeka and logistic buildings. It spans in more than 2,000 hectares of land and contains more than 1,650 local and multinational corporations from 30 countries,[2] such as United States, Japan, France, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Australia, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and Malaysia. This industrial area has now filled about 1,700 tenant national and multinational companies from 30 countries and employs over 700,000 workers and 4,300 expatriates.[3]

Residential estateEdit

The residential zone of Kota Jababeka known as Jababaka Residence, development of which was started in 1992. The residential area is divided into various type of clusters. It has a land area of about 1400 hectares.

Commercial areaEdit

The commercial district is situated at the center of Kota Jababeka and contains a wide variety of commercial facilities like shop-houses, office and commercial space.

Dry portEdit

Cikarang Dry Port (CDP) is a dry port located within Kota Jababaka. CDP was established in 2010 with a total area of 200 hectares. It is the first Integrated Customs Services Zone in Indonesia.[4]

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  1. ^ http://economy.okezone.com/amp/2017/03/07/470/1636068/bekasi-perluas-kawasan-industri-dan-hunian
  2. ^ http://bisnis.news.viva.co.id/news/read/897532-intip-jababeka-kawasan-industri-terbesar-se-asean
  3. ^ "Bangun 100 Kota Baru, Jababeka Janjikan 100 Juta Lapangan Kerja". Detik. Retrieved 2017-07-24.
  4. ^ "Innovative Port Solutions for Ocean Freight Supply Chains - eft - Supply Chain & Logistics Business Intelligence". www.eft.com. Retrieved 24 July 2017.