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Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, other than crude; preparations not elsewhere specified or included, containing by weight 70% or more of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals, these oils being the basic constituents of the preparations; waste oils. HS: 27.10
Premium leaded. HS: 2710.11.11.00
Premium unleaded. HS: 2710.11.12.00
Regular leaded. HS: 2710.11.13.00
Regular unleaded. HS: 2710.11.14.00
Other, leaded. HS: 2710.11.15.00
Other, unleaded. HS: 2710.11.16.00
Aviation spirit. HS: 2710.11.20.00
Tetrapropylene. HS: 2710.11.30.00
White spirit. HS: 2710.11.40.00
Low aromatic solvents containing by weight less than 1% aromatic content. HS: 2710.11.50.00
Other solvent spirits. HS: 2710.11.60.00
Naptha, reformate or preparations for preparing spirits. HS: 2710.11.70.00
Other. HS: 2710.11.90.00
Aviation turbine fuel (jet fuel) having a flash point of not less than 23° C. HS: 2710.19.13.00
Aviation turbine fuel (jet fuel) having flash point of less than 23° C. HS: 2710.19.14.00
Kerosene. HS: 2710.19.16.00
Other. HS: 2710.19.19.00
Topped crude. HS: 2710.19.20.00
Carbon black feestock oil. HS: 2710.19.30.00
Lubricating oil feedstock. HS: 2710.19.41.00
Other lubricating oils. HS: 2710.19.43.00
Lubricating greases. HS: 2710.19.44.00
Hydraulic brake fluid. HS: 2710.19.50.00
Oil for transformer or circuit breaker. HS: 2710.19.60.00
High speed diesel fuel. HS: 2710.19.71.00
Other diesel fuel. HS: 2710.19.72.00
Other fuel oils. HS: 2710.19.79.00
Other. HS: 2710.19.90.00
Containing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs) or polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs). HS: 2710.91.00.00
Other. HS: 2710.99.00.00
Related Indonesia Industry Reports
C3542 - Lubricants Manufacturing in Indonesia

Industry News
Sales of Lubricants to Manufacture Increase: http://www.tribunnews.com/bisnis/2017/11/16/penjualan-pelumas-ke-industri-semakin-meningkat/16 November 2017
Each year, lubricant demand increases with increasing production capacity. As a result, the industry players try to grab the opportunity. Public Relations of PT Pertamina Lubricants, Intania Prionggo, said that almost 90% of industrial sector has used Pertamina lubricant. The company has also been in synergy with various state-owned companies, such as PT PLN (Persero), PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) and PT Pelayaran Indonesia (Pelni).

Throughout 2017, Pertamina Lubricants continued to experience improved performance in the industrial and automotive sectors. When compared to the same period in 2016, Pertamina Lubricants sales increased 2.5% from the total Pertamina Lubricants sales to both sectors.
Industrial Lubricants RI yet from Upstream to Downstream Integrated : http://bisnis.liputan6.com/read/670036/industri-pelumas-ri-belum-terintegrasi-dari-hulu-ke-hilir, 20 August 2013
Industrial lubricants become one of the strategic industries that experienced fairly rapid growth, where the demand for lubricant products is increasing every year.

This condition assessed driven by the increasing number of vehicles which require a lot of this product as well as the development of the industrial sector, which includes manufacturing and construction.

However, in line with it, the lubricant industry in Indonesia still faces challenges related to raw materials and the most addictive substances that are imported.

"It makes industrial lubricants in Indonesia is only a blending or compounding formulations and thus not integrated between the upstream (upstream) to downstream (downstream)," Industry Minister MS Hidayat said in Jakarta, Tuesday (20/08/2013).

Therefore, according to Hidayat, very necessary to keep the fuel supply chain to produce an integrated lubrication with oil and lubricant base oils (lube base oil).

"These challenges need to be addressed investors to invest by opening or expanding plants in order to meet domestic demand and exports," he explained.

In addition, Hidayat, lubricants industry also faces challenges in terms of wastewater treatment because it produces toxic waste and hazardous materials.

"Yet we continue to develop technologies that can decrease energy consumption and can produce innovative products," he said.

Based on data from the Ministry of Industry, today there are over 200 manufacturers of lubricants in Indonesia who are spread in various regions, especially in Java with an installed production capacity reaches 700 thousand kiloliters per year and turnover is estimated to reach more than Rp 7 trillion.

"This potential can drive lubricant exports to ASEAN countries, Japan, China, South Kore, the Middle East, as well as the European Union," he said.
 
HS No. 2710.19.42.00
1 July 2017
Trade Data 2016

Definition
Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, other than crude; preparations not elsewhere specified or included, containing by weight 70% or more of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals, these oils being the basic constituents of the preparations; waste oils. Liquified : Other : Lubricating oils and greases : Lubricating oil for aircraft engines.
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Chapter Headings US $ Select All
Minister Decree 1.00
Import Duty 1.00
Value Added Tax 1.00
Total Tax 1.00
Preferential Tariff (AFTA) 0.50
Import Trade Figures 5.00
Export Trade Figures 5.00
Countries of Origin [11] 1.10
Countries of Destination [5] 0.50

Report Content
APPLICABLE TAXES AND DUTIES NORMAL RATE % PREFFERENTIAL RATE %
Import Duty 15.0 5.0
Value Added Tax 10.0 10.0
Luxury Tax 0.0 0.0
Total Tax 26.5 15.5
Ministerial Decree No. 133/PMK.01/2005 date December 23, 2005
The data above is sample data only
Current
IMPORTED INTO INDONESIA 2007 2008 2009
CIF (US) 23,027,318 19,067,348 20,447,454
Quantity (Unit) 2,123,329 3,698,379 5,453,456
Weight (Kg) 7,221,440 11,661,880 12,567,123
The data above is sample data only
Historical
IMPORTED INTO INDONESIA 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
CIF (US) 7,374,478 10,047,482 10,842,850 7,459,774 16,714,619
Quantity (Unit) 1,887,946 2,489,655 3,303,849 494,569 788,285
Weight (Kg) 4,905,807 6,478,645 7,073,154 6,222,921 11,604,996
The data above is sample data only
Current
EXPORTED FROM INDONESIA 2007 2008 2009
FOB (US) 110,581 130,768 135,342
Quantity (Unit) 100,465 246,561 144,567
Weight (Kg) 73,787 93,685 90,768
The data above is sample data only
Historical
EXPORTED FROM INDONESIA 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
FOB (US) 8,536,653 6,826,064 2,540,297 1,832,218 1,227,393
Quantity (Unit) 1,319,636 2,565,227 183,309 245,746 2,956,615
Weight (Kg) 8,496,901 5,326,395 1,861,318 1,497,720 1,404,649
The data above is sample data only
Current
COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN IN 2009 US %
Malaysia 9,024,355 53.99
Singapore 4,920,377 29.44
Philippines 2,386,376 14.28
Ireland 326,250 1.95
Netherlands 38,372 0.23
Australia 13,627 0.08
United Kingdom 4,229 0.02
United States 796 < 0.01
Taiwan 237 < 0.01
Total 16,714,619 100
The data above is sample data only
Current
COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION IN 2009 US %
Japan 967,895 78.86
Saudi Arabia 43,105 3.51
Kuwait 32,614 2.66
Malaysia 30,923 2.52
Australia 26,865 2.19
Romania 20,146 1.64
Timor Leste 17,964 1.46
Solomon Islands 17,216 1.4
Singapore 16,630 1.35
Eritrea 16,065 1.31
United Arab Emirates 13,419 1.09
Madagascar 7,928 0.65
India 4,840 0.39
Oman 4,640 0.38
United States 2,835 0.23
Qatar 2,786 0.23
Bangladesh 1,130 0.09
Hongkong 360 0.02
New Zealand 32 < 0.01
Total 1,227,393 100
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