About the Company

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A global leader in the Property, Forwarding and industrial segments

Indonesia has a national investment service agency – the Investment Coordinating Board of Indonesia (BKPM), which is responsible for regulating the country’s investment conditions. BKPM provides one-stop services for foreign investors in the licensing process.

Maxx’s Group is an Indonesian investment service that deals with Property Investment, Legal Document, Contruction, Recruitment, Raw Materials Supplier, Import Machines and Forwarding

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Qualified Drivers

We Are A Team Of Industry Experts

Indonesia has a national investment service agency – the Investment Coordinating Board of Indonesia (BKPM), which is responsible for regulating the country’s investment conditions. BKPM provides one-stop services for foreign investors in the licensing process.

Maxx’s Group is an Indonesian investment service that deals with Property Investment, Legal Document, Contruction, Recruitment, Raw Materials Supplier, Import Machines and Forwarding

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Qualified Drivers

We Are A Team Of Industry Experts

Indonesia has a national investment service agency – the Investment Coordinating Board of Indonesia (BKPM), which is responsible for regulating the country’s investment conditions. BKPM provides one-stop services for foreign investors in the licensing process.

Maxx’s Group is an Indonesian investment service that deals with Property Investment, Legal Document, Contruction, Recruitment, Raw Materials Supplier, Import Machines and Forwarding

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Human Resources

  • Set up Company / Factory (Local / Foreign Company)
  • EPC (Engineering Procurement, Contruction)
  • Recruitment
  • Supply & Distribution
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How To Invest In Maxx’s Group

Indonesia has one of strongest economic fundamentals in the region, stable governance and low political risk. Its 30 percent of gross public debt is well below domestic product – one of the lowest among emerging market economies; and inflation, moderating at around 4 percent.

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Serve Investment in Indonesia

With strong investment and net exports, uplifted by improving global trade conditions and continued recovery in commodity prices, the World Bank expects Indonesia to expand more than 5.3 percent in 2018 – the fastest pace in five years.