Contact with ARBURG

Are you looking for a specific contact person? We are happy to be here for you – in Germany in our subsidiaries and at all ARBURG locations worldwide. Get in touch with us!


Puri Niaga III
Jl. Puri Kencana
Blok M8 No.2G
11610 Jakarta
+62 21 5830 34 55


Your contacts

Product advice

We can provide you with sound advice and individual solutions right up to complex turnkey systems.

Haryadi Mulyono
Tel. +62 21 5830 3455

Gevy Widjaja
Tel. +62 21 5830 3455

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Technical Service

Comprehensive service is essential for efficient production. We do everything to ensure that you can work reliably with your ARBURG machines.

Tel. +62 21 5830 3455

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Spare parts

Genuine spare parts mean for you: a high standard of quality, compatible components guaranteed, excellent availability and advice worldwide.

Tel. +62 21 5830 3455

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Training Courses

From practical experience – for practical use. That's how we share knowledge. Find a course to suit you in our training course schedule.

Edward Tjahjono
Tel. +62 21 5830 3455

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Jobs and training

World market leader, industry pioneer, family-owned company – ARBURG is a certified training company and an attractive, secure employer. Click on your target group on our careers page to quickly find the right contact person.

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Jobs Indonesia:

Further Contacts

Additive Manufacturing:

Wei Yen Lim
Tel. +65 6778 8318

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David Chan

Managing Director ASEAN
Tel. +65 67788318

Haryadi Mulyono

Branch Manager Indonesia
Tel. +62 21 5830 3455

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