Month: July 2016

Eid, Tiki Agent Turnover soared up to 20%

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Coming to Lebaran, increased shipping activity. One agent Tiki, Gilang, said if the outlets has increased to 20 percent when the business through delivery of services during the month of fasting than normal month.

In usual, Tiki’s agent is able to achieve a turnover of Rp 25 million per month. This turnover will also increase to 20 percent during the fasting month this year.

“The increase 20 percent during the fasting month this year, compared to normal operation before the fasting month,” said Gilang the Okezone in Jakarta.

Howling explained, during the fasting month, rising delivery to shipping documents and that in fact cakes as souvenirs. Meanwhile, shipments to overseas destination.

However, Gilang said, by the time the week before Hari Raya Idul Fitri, delivery of goods will be more towards the area of Sumatra Island.

“Shipping now (month of fasting) most similar documents souvenirs, the most distant delivery Papua, if abroad Singapore, but if most of the week before Eid to Sumatra, Medan,” he said.

Home Healthcare Market is Expected to Reach USD 305.9 Billion by 2018 : Transparency Market Research

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The total home healthcare market in the Americas is expected to reach the value of USD 150.8 billion by 2018 followed by Europe with total revenue of USD 80.5 billion.

The rising need to continuously monitor and care for health has increased the global expenditure on healthcare services and products.

The trend is also gradually pushing people towards home healthcare products and services, due to their cost efficiency and reliability. This, in turn, is driving the growth of the global home healthcare products and services market.

The technological and application developments that have taken place in the home healthcare segment have made them more reliable and globally acceptable. It has also made it feasible for hospitals and patients to get early discharge, and minimize the cost and infrastructure pressures. The growth in certain diseases or medical conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, and other cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, which require continuous monitoring and care, are further driving the home healthcare market growth.

Though the global share of the home healthcare equipment market is considerably less, it is growing at a faster CAGR of 9.9% from 2012 to 2018 due to rising technological innovations, especially in the field of home therapeutic equipment. The home healthcare services market, despite its large share, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.4% from 2012 to 2018. The main deterrent, restricting the entry of organized players in this segment is dominance of a large number of small regional players, who are offering their services at low prices, and enjoy high customer loyalty. This has in turn, shifted the attention of big players towards the home healthcare equipment market.

The global home healthcare equipment market can be categorized as: therapeutic equipment market, self-diagnostic and monitoring equipment market, mobility assists equipment market, and others. Currently, the key market players dominating the home healthcare equipment market are: J&J (Johnson and Johnson), Braun, GE Healthcare, Baxter International, Philips Healthcare, Omron Corporation, Invacare, and Medtronic.

The global market for home healthcare services is classified into respiratory therapy, telemetry, rehabilitation services, infusion therapy, and other unskilled home healthcare services. The unskilled healthcare services are provided by individuals such as family members, unlicensed or traditional caretakers, relatives, and friends. The market for home healthcare services is highly organized in regions such as the Americas and Europe, where it is very efficient. A large share, 79.9%, of the global home healthcare services market is dominated by rehabilitation and unskilled care services. However, the segment is believed to be extremely fragmented, and dominated by small and unorganized players.

This research is specially designed to estimate and analyze the demand and performance of home healthcare equipment and services in a global scenario. The research provides in-depth analysis of home healthcare equipment manufacturers, product sales, trend analysis by segments and demand by geography. The report covers all the major application segments of the global home healthcare market and provides in-depth analysis, historical data and statistically refined forecast for the segments covered.

Electronics Industry Ready to Face the AEC 2015

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Deputy Trade Minister Bayu Krisnamurthi said that the cable industry and electrical appliances Indonesia has been prepared for the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), which will start rolling by the end of 2015.
“This company is one of the best in ASEAN, and their products have met the standards, so as to believe elektrikalkami Indonesian production is able to compete on the MEA,” Bayu said during a visit to PT Supreme Cable Manufacturing Commerce on Monday.
Bayu said that, to date, produced kebel and tools elekrik in Indonesia is not intended for export out, because domestic demand is very high.
“Nationally, we see a deficit position our balance sheet for electrical, but it is not because we are not competitive, but more because domestic demand is very big,” said Bayu.
According to Bayu, export data from Indonesia in 2012 and, for electrical products exported only $ 7 billion U.S. dollars, exports to ASEAN and to only 2.6 billion U.S. dollars.
Bayu explained, for the import of electrical products in 2012 reached 15 billion U.S. dollars, but the high is not only for imports but including also the cable inside the generator and some tools that are not produced in Indonesia.
“When viewed in the industry, the number of cable industry there are approximately 25 companies, and about five or six companies are quite large, and overall I’m sure they are ready,” said Bayu.
The visit aimed to review the readiness of Indonesia to enter the AEC industry which will start up in late 2015, in particular for power tools sector.
Electrical and electronic equipment sector is one sector that is discussed in ASEAN Consultative Committee on Standards and Quality (ACCSQ).
Indonesia itself has ratified trade agreements electrical and electronic equipment in ASEAN through Presidential Regulation No. 79/2010 on the ratification of Agreement on the ASEAN Harmonized Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulatory Regime

Green Car Production Could Reach 75 Thousand Units

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Industry Minister Mohamad Suleman Hidayat, said the production of environmentally friendly cars cheap (low cost green car) this year could reach 75 thousand units. »Less than 75 thousand units, but I am optimistic that it can produce for it,” he said at the office of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, Monday, July 8, 2013.
Hidayat said that if it can produce at full capacity, the LCGC Indonesian market is estimated to reach 300 thousand units a year. Until now, he said, there are some manufacturers who already produce LCGC as a stock. But, he could not be sure how many cars that have been produced.
Regarding the price, Hidayat sure that the limit price of USD 95 million off the road not to burden the manufacturers. According to him, the benchmark price of a maximum selling price. Prices may increase or decrease based on the addition features such as transmissions or if manufacturers develop new technologies. »There’s still space price, for transmission problems 15 percent, if new technologies develop 20 percent. Later clever-clever businessman only in counting, “he said.
Earlier, President Director of Astra Daihatsu Motor, Sudirman, estimates it could produce a green car 40 thousand units this year. The amount of 40 thousand units include, Toyota Agya and Daihatsu Ayla. Daihatsu aims to sell 3 thousand units per month.
Previously, the government has issued Government Regulation No. 41 of 2013 on taxable goods belonging to a Luxury Vehicle. The rule provides incentives luxury sales tax deduction (GOODS) some types of cars with specific fuel consumption. Jutlak Kemenperin a rule derived from the PP.
Luxury sales tax exemption incentives given to cars with a maximum engine capacity of 1200 cc with fuel consumption of at least 20 kilometers per liter. Tax exemption also applies to manufacturers of motor vehicle diesel / semi diesel with a maximum engine capacity of 1,500 cc and fuel consumption of at least 20 kilometers per liter. In addition, there are incentives for low emission vehicles (Low Cost Emission / LCE) with fuel consumption in the range of 20-28 kilometers per liter.

Chairman of the Association of Meatballs: Meatballs Home Industry Feels Better

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Meatballs made readily available large-scale industry. Ranging from traditional markets, modern markets, until the restaurant. However, homemade meatballs cottage industry remains the most savory. Chairman of the Merchants Association Noodles and Meatballs (APMISO) Indonesia has a reason.

According to the Chairman APMISO Trisetyo Budiman, tasty meatballs least determined by the purity of beef used. For meatballs, commonly used secondary cut of beef, such as topside, knuckle, and rump. In fact, those who use the primary cut of meat like a cube roll or tenderloin.

Sure, the price is not cheap raw materials. Moreover, a good meat for meatball ingredients is minimal fat meat. In addition, the composition of which is true meatball is more meat than flour. “8-10 kg of meat at the most appropriate sagunya 4-5 ounces, half a kilo,” Tri said when met at the office detikfood APMISO (29.04.13).

This is where the point distinction meatballs from large industries and cottage industries, namely the composition of meat and flour. Tri argues, large industries that supply supermarkets to sell their products at a low price in order to sell. This is done by increasing the flour over the meat. “More comfortable home industry for daring to give the meatballs with 99% beef,” said Tri.

Tri confident cottage industry will be equivalent to the branded companies. “It is possible, because of the taste (cottage industry) win,” he said optimistically. However, Tri recognizes small businesses still lost the other factors.

An example is the ignorance of a good business location because they do not have access to the information. “If the silent branded’ve visited, emailed, in-fuel,” he said. And he lamented, serving 20% ​​of SMEs in the malls now only discourse. “Policy makers should be encouraged, to provide support to SMEs to the next grade,” he continued.

Tri alone has venture Meatballs Ino who had scattered in Jakarta and outside the city. Most of the home-based industry-made meatballs sold in stores Meatballs Ino. However, those that are sold at retail raw.

In Jakarta, the brand meatballs are quite popular cottage industry in the traditional market is Monalisa. In Bandung, there Midshipman and Meatballs Meatballs Cihampelas. Modern market that target the middle class is usually filled with names like Meatballs Meatballs Kebun Kusno and Orange, which, according to Tri relatively large-scale industry.

East Sumba Build Seaweed Industry

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Commitment of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) to develop the industrialization program of marine and fisheries sector, continue to be improved. Among them, for commodities seaweed, CTF rebuild seaweed processing factory PT. Algae East Sumba Lestari (ASTIL) Tanamanang Village, District Pahunga Lodu, East Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT).

According to the Director General of Aquaculture, Slamet Soebjakto, construction of the PT. ASTIL in East Sumba very precise. Seaweed processing plant is of great importance to accommodate the cultivation of seaweed around East Sumba particular and East Nusa Tenggara province in general. Establishment of PT. ASTIL very directly benefit society, especially because of the distance factor so as to reduce transportation costs. “The plant can produce seaweed chips as much as 2 tons / day of raw material 6 tons / day. Production capacity will be increased up to 10 tons / day. In 2012, this factory has been producing seaweed chips as much as 124 thousand kg and sold to several companies in the country, “he said.

East Sumba chosen, according to Slamet, because NTT East Sumba is one of the pilot areas minapolitan commodity seaweed. Statistics show that seaweed production in NTT Province in the year 2012 amounted to 398,000 tons. Of these, 1393.8 tons came from East Sumba. Therefore, the existence of the plant will be able to increase the added value of seaweed products. So the purpose of fisheries industrialization program that increases productivity, value added products and increase competitiveness and improve the welfare of the community, particularly in terms of employment and economic growth in the community. “The potential of seaweed farming land owned by East Sumba is quite large. This potential is expected to increase seaweed production that supports increased production nationally, “he said.

Synergy

Slamet explained, seaweed processing plant establishment PT. ASTIL This is tangible evidence of synergy between sector performance. Where, for machine processing seaweed into chips, is help the Ministry of Industry. While CTF provides space and building processing factories. East Sumba government that will support the working capital. “Synergy performance like this should be passed on to other areas. So that the development will progress rapidly because of the encouragement given a boost with the all have the aim of improving public welfare through the marine and fisheries sector, “said Slamet.

Slamet added, in 2013, the CTF has established seaweed industrialization in 6 Provinces. That is the province of East Java, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi and North Sulawesi province. Accelerated increase in seaweed production through industrialization program in 2013, is targeted to produce as much seaweed is processed 1,214,299 tons. Moreover, of the industrialization program seaweed is able to absorb the amount of 37 807 farmers as RTP. “While employment in this sector will increase to 415 462 people with production value reached Rp 1,138 billion,” he said.

Industry: Savory Kriuk Clevis Banana Chips

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For the people of Yogyakarta, banana weevil is no longer thrown away. Because the banana weevil proved to have economic value that can be processed into tasty and fiber-rich snack. Do not believe it?

Banana chips would have been ordinary, but what about the banana weevil chips? During the banana trees have been used ranging from bananas, banana heart, until the banana leaf. But the banana weevil themselves just ends up as waste dumped alias.

Actually chips made ​​from banana weevil has long developed by cottage industries especially in Bantul, Yogyakarta. Even the chips have been sold in packs because it is quite preferred by consumers.

Hump ​​that is typically used is the part that is under the ground up to root. Sections were cleared to obtain parts in white hump. Then do the cutting and soaking to remove the sap, then sliced ​​thinly and seasoned.

But not all kinds of delicious banana weevil to make chips. Several types of banana weevil used is derived from kepok bananas, plantains, and bananas khlutuk. These chips merits texture feels crisp and not bitter. Moreover, the banana weevil believed to contain fiber that can facilitate digestion.

Chips banana weevil is offered in the form of chips is ready for consumption or in dried form only and not fried. The chips that are fried to be more like little crackers shaped with a width slightly brownish color. While that sold dried (raw) and have dark brown fried first.

Net profit soared PTPP Doubles

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Housing Development Tbk PT or PTPP recorded net profit surge 2.2 times or to Rp 143.4 billion in the first half of this year compared to the same period in 2012 of Rp 64.8 billion.

The increase in earnings was driven by increased revenue also doubled to Rp 4.17 trillion. The increase was, among others, the contributions of some major projects such as EPC projects and plant PLTGU Tanjung kitbag Duri Riau, Kalibaru port, Kuala Namu Airport, Semarang toll road-Bawen, Donggi Senoro roads and building projects privately owned.

In addition, the subsidiary factory precast concrete industry has also begun to contribute revenue and profit.

“The contribution of income and profit from property business pillar is projected to increase significantly in the next five years”, said Managing Director PTPP, Bambang Triwibowo, in Jakarta, Thursday (01/08/2013).

As of June 2013, the company has bagged new contracts amounting to Rp 9.5 trillion, or 2.5 times over the same period in 2012. Large projects that were achieved, among others, the Port-Cilegon Krakatau Bandar Samudra, Nifaro Apartments, St Moritz, The Kencana and Cikampek Toll-palimanan.

In addition, there is also a toll road development projects Gempol-Pandaan, Tunjungan Surabaya Plaza V, Terminal 3 Soekarno Hatta airport, railway in South Sumatra PT KAI, Infrastructure Sarulla 300 MW power plant in North Sumatra, Banten and Intermark apartment project 120 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant EPC Tanjung kitbag, 160 MW power plant in Muara Tawar Bangkanai and CNG.

With the acquisition of this new contract the Order book as of June 2013 reached Rp 25.3 trillion. This year the company expects revenue of Rp 10.2 trillion and net profit of Rp 370 Billion which is contributed from the five areas of the business they work at the company’s Construction, Property, EPC, Investment and Production of Precast concrete.

Rice production is estimated Lampung 3.15 Million Tons

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Rice production in Lampung Province in 2013 based on forecast figures I estimated at 3.15 million tons of milled rice (GKG), an increase of 48.53 thousand tons or 1.56 percent compared to the previous year rice production.
“The increase in rice production due to an increase in productivity by 1.48 quintals per hectare or 3.07 percent, from 48.32 quintals per hectare of paddy in 2012 to 49.80 quintals per hectare of paddy this year,” said Head of Distribution Statistics Central Bureau of Statistics Bambang Widjanarko in Bandar Lampung, on Saturday.
He said that rice production in 2012 is based on fixed rates as much as 3.10 million tons of paddy, up by 160.66 thousand tons or 5.46 percent compared to last year’s production.
The increase in production was due to an increase in harvested area of 34.90 thousand hectares or 5.75 per cent, he said.
According to one of the origins of rice farmers Pekalongan district, East Lampung District, Surahman, stock grains in the region began to enter the harvest as abundant rice in the rice farming centers.
“Sizable increase grain yields,” he said.
He said, most of the rice crop in the area of grain production centers in Pekalongan District has entered a period of harvest, given the average age of the plant is more than 80 days.
Rendeng season (monsoon) rice crop is usually around the age of 90 days or three months, but this time in season gadu age of only about 80 days so it can be harvested more quickly, he said.
According to him the current grain production or increased due to better supply of irrigation water technicalities included smoothly, especially minimal presence of pests and diseases that attack rice plants.
Meanwhile, the price of grain at the farm level has reached Rp3.650 per kilogram, and the price of rice ranges from 6,500 – 7,000 per kilogram, depending on the type and quality of the rice.

Small Industries Product Banyuwangi Less Hygienic

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Head of Industry Trade and Mines, Banyuwangi regency, East Java, Cahyo Hary Purnomo said many small and medium industrial products in the region are less hygienic.

It was, he said, based on the results of government-facilitated product test lab Banyuwangi in Research and Industry Standards Surabaya. Of 52 food and beverage products that are tested only 27 small and medium industries that pass quality standards of products. “The rest do not yet qualify as poor hygiene and sanitation,” he told reporters on Thursday, July 4, 2013.

Hary explained, they were considered not hygienic products for the manufacture not wear gloves, masks and headgear. Small and medium industries also use a lot of water that has been contaminated with the bacteria Escherichia coli. Though product E-coli contaminated prone cause stomach infection.

Even so, Hary claims will not pull the products that did not pass the quality standards. Government, according to Hary, new on stage to socialize about product quality standards to small industries. Department also continued to provide opportunities for small and medium industries which will be testing its products in Research and Industry Standards Surabaya.

In Banyuwangi, there were 16 792 small and medium industries, but only 5,012 are active. Of these 52 new small and medium industries which followed the test product quality standards.

Head of Standardization and Certification Quality System Certification Body Surabaya Siti Rohmah Siregar, recognize products of small and medium industries are still far from the standards of quality. “Their problem is quite complex,” he said in Banyuwangi.

According to Siti majority of small and medium industries yet have a quality management system so as to maintain the quality of the starting raw material to processing is not fixed. Moreover, awareness of small and medium industries for testing this product is very low. During this test a lot of small and medium industry products facilitated by the local government. “Government should provide facilities to the many small and medium industries that testing this product,” he said.

Suliyani, a pastry maker admits not been testing out products to the laboratory. According to him, in addition to the cost of the lab, is also burdened with the cost of transport between Banyuwangi-Surabaya commute. “The cost of transportation is to Rp 500 thousand,” he said.