KPMG’s dedicated global Automotive sector works with some of the largest and most successful automotive companies in the world. 

The Indonesian automotive market is diverse. It ranges from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), component manufacturers and commercial vehicle manufacturers to dealerships. There is potential for growth across many areas, from our booming manufacturing and domestic markets to the research and development of 'greener' vehicles and fuels.KPMG Indonesia offers a pro-active, forward-thinking service to our firms' clients, in order to help ensure that the potential for growth that the industry is seeing is not missed and that the issues and challenges faced by the industry are overcome. 

In our environment, the automotive industry is forced to deal with a number of significant issues, ranging from: 

  • Competitive market
  • Flexible business models 
  • Reporting and regulations
  • Dealer diagnostics and benchmarking; and
  • Supply chain optimization.

Good professional advice can help those in the Indonesian Automotive industry deal with these matters in a timely and effective manner. 


How we can help

KPMG Indonesia’s Automotive professionals assist organizations through these issues by providing relevant and practical advice. 

Our advisers offer timely, practical and objective advice. They draw on KPMG's extensive global network of technical and industry resources.

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Dirk Peter Koehnlein
Automotive Practice Leader
KPMG Indonesia

As an accredited KPMG partner, Dirk brings a wealth of expertise across multiple industries, including the automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, industrial product, electronics, and retail sectors. His extensive knowledge spans IFRS and various GAAP standards, including those of the US, Germany, Japan, and Indonesia. He has been involved in audits and IFRS conversions for European subsidiaries (particularly German ones) and has also served as an external quality performance reviewer across the ASPAC region. Dirk’s professional journey has taken him to diverse global locations, where he has worked on audit and advisory projects in Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Montvale, USA; and São Paulo, Brazil. Dirk worked in Tokyo from 2002 until October 2011, and then moved to Jakarta, where he has been working ever since.