- Apr 12, 2001
NZweek reports (via The Next Web) that government officials in Indonesia have revealed that Apple has submitted an application outlining plans to relaunch its online store in the country, to be followed by the opening of its first Indonesian retail store in Jakarta.
The Next Web notes that Apple previously operated an online store for Indonesia but shut down the store in early 2011 due to issues with shipping products from the store's central hub in Singapore. The store currently remains online only to provide pricing information and connect customers to resellers.Chatib Basri, BKPM chairman, said BKPM has given official permission to Apple relating to its plan to open online store in Indonesia. "We have approved their (Apple) application," he said here on Tuesday.
Apple online store in Indonesia is expected to give shorter supply chain and distribution of its products.
Azhar Lubis, deputy chairman of BKPM said Apple will open its store in Indonesia's capital city, Jakarta. "The investment worth around 2 million to 3 million U.S. dollars," he said.
Article Link: Apple to Open First Retail Store and Resume Online Sales in Indonesia