Domino Printing Indonesia opens in Jakarta

Domino has announced the official opening of Domino Printing Indonesia, a new subsidiary dedicated to providing complete, closed-loop coding solutions for the archipelago of Indonesia.

With the opening of Domino Printing Indonesia, headquartered in Jakarta, Domino will reportedly become the first global coding and marking provider to establish a direct presence in the Indonesian market. 

The new subsidiary is a “one-stop-shop” for complete, closed-loop coding solutions for businesses of all sizes and within all key market sectors – including pharmaceuticals, building and construction, and food and beverage.

Domino Printing Indonesia will be able to offer product leasing contracts, consumables contracts and service contracts

The Indonesian coding and marking market is projected to grow 9 percent annually.

The new subsidiary will be headquartered in Jakarta, with regional offices in Bandung and Surabaya. The company plans to open subsequent offices across Sumatra, Java, and Sulawesi in the coming years.


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