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Although many wholesalers and retailers are still closed in may parts of Bali, Java factories are nearing fill production due to high demand of furniture & homewares throughout the world. The container shortage however is still an issue with shipping line maintaining increases of up to 30% and shipping agents have to pay “slings” just to get access to empty containers. There is however light at the end of the tunnel with shipping lines vowing to clear the backlogs in Singapore and Malaysia, the main distribution hubs for Indonesian Cargo.
On a brighter note the wet season is coming to an end and bright sunny days are back. After living in Bali for over 20 years I have not seen such a long and intense wet season.
During March, we will be adding a new range of outdoor products from our factory in Eat Java. Great quality at affordable prices please “Contact Us” for an update.
The Covid situation throughout Java seems to be improving but like many countries with high populations, it’s going to take time. We are however making our regular trips to supplies in Java, and it’s exciting to see the wheels of industry turning again.
Bali has retained restrictions in some parts of the island although general dat to day activities continue as normal. The new tourism minister is working hard to get Bali open again, starting with travel corridors and no quarantine requirements on arrival.