In the past three years, the growth of vehicles in Indonesia has been increasing approximately by 10 percent each year. Data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) show that in 2013 the number of vehicles in Indonesia reached 104,118,969, a significant jump from 2012 with 94,373,324 vehicles, and 2011 with 85,601,351. And every single one of those vehicles would need a set of registration documents. So let’s look at one of the companies that print them.To subscribe please click here