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4 Indonesia Contact Lists

Aceh Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets

Main Food Suppliers

The food market in Aceh province is relatively good, as Aceh has established agriculture areas. Aceh also borders with third largest city in Indonesia - Medan city which is the most active supplier for Aceh province and Nias Island.
Rice is the main food consumed by the communities in Aceh province which mostly comes from Aceh Besar, Aceh Pidie, Pidie Jaya, Aceh Utara and Aceh Timur districts. Rice is also the main food consumed by the communities in Nias island (supplied from North Sumatra).
Most of suppliers in Aceh province and Nias Island are selling multiple types of foods, only a few vendors supplying specific products.

Accommodation

Hotels are available in all big cities throughout Aceh; Banda Aceh, Lhokseumawe, Langsa, Meulaboh and Subulussalam. There is also ample accommodation available in Medan.  These hotels are provides various facilities and services including airport transfer and money changer.  Meanwhile smaller hotels are available everywhere in Aceh and Nias and provide basic facilities and services.

Additional Operational Support

Aceh province and Nias Island has extensive experience in rehabilitation and reconstruction post the tsunami disaster in 2004 and Nias earthquake in 2005.  Therefore, NFIs, construction materials, wood and timber suppliers can be found throughout the province.  Computer accessories are easily sourced especially in big cities and district capitals.  Fuel and oil are available at all fuel stations throughout Aceh province and Nias Island, meanwhile fuel jet A-1 is only available at large airports.

Bali Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets

The local markets in Bali are plentiful and currently meet the local population demands in regards to food and non-food items.  If there was a requirement to scale up due to an emergency response items would be able to be sourced from the Java province.  This is the current supply line for non-food and food items and if required additional capacity can be procured.

Main Food Suppliers

There is no shortage of food supplies available in Bali via local markets as well as supermarkets.  Food supplies are either produced locally (fresh vegetables and fruit) or are imported from other provinces within Indonesia.. 

Accommodation

As Bali is the largest tourist area in Indonesia, hotel accommodation at varying levels of comfort is readily available.

Additional Operational Support

Non-food items are readily available in the markets and shops in Bali.  Items are sourced primarily from Java and can take up one week to arrive in Bali.  

Papua Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets

The local markets in Papua are plentiful and currently meet the local population demands in regards to food and non-food items.  If there was a requirement to scale up due to an emergency response items would be able to be sourced from the Sulawesi or Java provinces.  This is the current supply line for non-food and food items and if required additional capacity can be procured.  For a large scale emergency, Australia or Papua New Guinea could also be considered as sourcing options.

Main Food Suppliers

Although there is some food grown locally, the majority of food supplies are imported from the Indonesian main islands. If there was an emergency, additional food supplies would be able to be sourced within the country and moved to Papua rapidly.

Accommodation

Accomodation is available throughout Papua at varying standards.  In Jayapura and Merauke there are UNDSS approved hotels.  Refer to contacts list for accommodation options.

Additional Operational Support

All non-food items are imported from other islands within Indonesia (Java, Sulawesi, Maluku). Given the lack of storage space available, many items are procured “just-in-time”. If there was an emergency, suppliers and retailers in Biak, Merauke and Wamena would have their stock exhausted quickly and would need to replenish their supplies rapidly. Due to the strong freight pipeline (boats), NFI are regularly provided and no shortages of any kind were observed during the assessment.

Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB)  Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets

Main Food Suppliers

There is no shortage of food supplies available in NTB via local markets as well as supermarkets.  Food supplies are either produced locally (fresh vegetables and fruit) or are imported from other provinces within Indonesia.

Accommodation

As NTB has a high number of tourists a variety of hotel accommodation is widely available in Mataram, Senggigi and the surrounding areas.  Hotels that have been cleared by UNDSS can be found in the Additional Contacts section.

Additional Operational Support

Suppliers of Non-Food Items (i.e. blankets, tarpaulins, buckets, mattresses) are readily available in Mataram and can then be shipped onwards throughout NTB.  These non-food items are sourced primarily from Surabaya and can take up to a week to arrive in Mataram by sea due to the current shipping schedule and demand.

Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT)  Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets

The local markets in NTT are plentiful and currently meet the local population demands in regards to food and non-food items.  If there was a requirement to scale up due to an emergency response items would be able to be sourced from the Sulawesi or Java provinces.  This is the current supply line for non-food and food items and if required additional capacity can be procured.  For a large scale emergency, Australia or Timor Leste could be considered as sourcing options.

Main Food Suppliers

Although there is some food grown locally, food supplies are also imported from the Indonesian main islands.  If there was an emergency, additional food supplies would be able to be sourced within the country and moved to NTT rapidly.

Accommodation

Hotels and guest houses are plentiful in Kupang.  In the rural areas and the islands of Sumba and Flores, accommodation is available but limited in facilities.  Tourism is a major driver of economic growth in the area, therefore additional accommodation options are in development.

Additional Operational Support

All non-food items are imported from other islands within Indonesia (Java, Sulawesi.  If there was an emergency, suppliers and retailers throughout NTT would have their stock exhausted quickly and would need to replenish their supplies rapidly.  Due to the strong freight pipeline (boats), NFI are regularly provided and no shortages of any kind were observed during the assessment.