Capacity and employment details are still pending, the firm said. Construction on the plant will start next year, with initial production to follow in 2016, Chen Shin said.
The plant, to be called Maxxis International Indonesia, will be the company's first in Indonesia and 11th overall.
In Taiwan, Cheng Shin is budgeting $100 million to build a plant for motorcycle tires and automotive spare tires. It will be located in Yunlin county; ground-breaking is set for August.
In China, Cheng Shin plans to spend $80 million to $180 million to expand capacities at plants in Zhangzho (motorcycle and bicycle tires), Xiamen Jimei (passenger radials) and Chongqing (passenger radials).
No capacity or employment details were released. Work on the expansions will start toward year-end, Cheng Shin said.
Cheng Shin/Maxxis is considered the ninth largest tire maker worldwide, with sales approaching $5 billion.