Month: April 2017

Industry: Savory Sweet Tauco Biruang

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Popped into town Cianjur not afdol if not carrying tauco as souvenirs. In a city famous for the production of quality local rice, the mainstay tauco a cottage industry products.

Tauco is one pelezat food ingredients. This product was adapted from China, a yellow soy beans are boiled, add salt and natural microbes. It was savory and salty variety is often added to stir fry and other dishes.

In Cianjur tauco an existing home prosuk since 1900 in the form of cottage industry. The industry developed from house to house to this day there are some local tauco brands are well known in Cianjur.

The main ingredient is soy yellow tauco imported from America, brown sugar, flour and other seasonings. The result will tauco reddish brown. Among several brands tauco, notably the tauco cap ‘Biruang’. Tauco owned by Achmad Sofian’s Babe started in 1960. This home-based products are halal certified

To maintain the quality of the owners choosing halal certified halal raw materials. Also in the fermentation process are concerned that fermentation only cause a distinctive sour taste without khamer. Because if it is not perfect it will result in soybeans contain alcohol. Therefore, when buying tauco, be sure to get tauco of LPPOM MUI halal certified local.

Minister of Industry: Industrial Investment Prospects Promising

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JAKARTA,- Menteri Perindustrian RI MS Hidayat menilai prospek investasi di sektor industri akan sangat menjanjikan. Hal ini dilihat baik dari Penanaman Modal Dalam Negeri (PMDN) maupun Penanaman Modal Asing (PMA).

“Prospek investasi, khususnya di sektor industri baik PMDN maupun PMA ke depan sangat menjanjikan,” kata Hidayat dalam siaran pers di Jakarta, Rabu (31/7/2013).

Hidayat mengatakan, sebagai indikator dapat dilihat nilai investasi PMDN sektor industri non migas sampai dengan paruh pertama tahun 2013 sebesar Rp 26,92 triliun. Angka ini meningkat 30,61 persen dibanding periode yang sama tahun lalu.

Di tahun 2010, investasi PMDN yang masuk ke sektor industri sebesar 42,25 persen. Ia juga menyatakan investasi sektor industri berkontribusi 44,40 persen dari total investasi PMDN di semester I tahun 2013.

Di semester I tahun ini, investor dalam negeri banyak berinvestasi pada cabang-cabang industri seperti industri makanan (33,20 persen), industri kertas dan percetakan (18,11 persen), industri logam, mesin, dan elektronik (16,99 persen), dan industri mineral non logam (12,76 persen).

Sementara itu, terjadi peningkatan sebesar 46,7 persen pada nilai investasi PMA di sektor industri non migas sepanjang semester I tahun 2013 dibanding periode yang sama tahun lalu. Tahun 2010 investasi PMA yang masuk ke sektor industri sebesar 20,58 persen.

“Nilai investasi PMA sektor non migas sepanjang semester I tahun 2013 mencapai 8,01 miliar dollar AS,” kata Hidayat.

Adapun cabang-cabang industri yang diminati investor asing pada paruh pertama tahun 2013 ini antara lain industri kendaraan bermotor dan alat transportasi lain (23,37 persen), industri kimia dan farmasi (22,13 persen), industri logam, mesin, dan elektronik (21,54 persen), serta industri makanan (11,83 persen).

Semester I, Oil Production Reaches 99 Percent

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JAKARTA – Special Unit Managing Upstream Oil and Gas (SKK Migas) said state revenue from the management of upstream oil and gas in the first half of this year reached $ 18, 7 billion from USD18.4 billion target set for the first half year .

While oil production in the same period, managed to achieve an average of 831 118 barrels per day (bpd), or 99 percent of the target set in the state budget in 2013 amounted to an average of 840,000 barrels of oil per day.

Rudi Rubiandini SKK Migas chief, said the achievement of the national oil production up to 99 percent of the budget target has never happened within the last three years. Previous achievements continue to be under 99 percent.

“The successful achievement of oil production and revenues is the result of the hard work of the workers in the oil and gas SKK, all workers Sharing Contract (PSC), leaders and workers in the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Ministry leaders and workers in other related, among House of Representatives (DPR), Regional Governments and all stakeholders in the upstream oil and gas industry, including the support of the media, “Rudi said in Jakarta, Thursday (08/01/2013).

Therefore, Rudi appreciate and thank them for their hard work and support of all stakeholders in order to increase production of oil and natural gas revenues nationwide so that the target could be exceeded.

“Although there are still many unsuccessful PSC oil production exceeded the target set in the state budget in 2013 but some very well managed PSC exceeded the target,” said Rudi.

Rudi insisted that the entire PSC is still not able to meet the target set in the state budget-2013 as well as targets in the Work Programme and Budget (WP & B) in 2013, in order to immediately improve the performance target is met.

“Performance targets are not reached so soon improved to the national oil production target could also be exceeded. What we are doing right now is working for the state, in the national interest because it lets us collaborate and work together,” he said.

A number of non-technical constraints such as the licensing process in local government, including the issue of sealing oil wells crude oil theft is still a major persolaan in an effort to increase national oil production.

Therefore, said Rudi, the regents are expected to participate and support efforts to increase domestic oil production in order to improve the welfare of the people in Indonesia.

“State revenue from oil and gas are not only enjoyed by the people in the oil and gas producing areas but also enjoyed by the public at the end of the island in the archipelago that has no oil. Due to direct oil and gas revenues into the state account and go straight in the oil and gas revenues in the state budget enjoyed by all people of Indonesia from Sabang to Merauke, “he concluded.

Industry ‘Sabutret’ in Cilacap regency Expected Evolving

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Member of House of Representatives Commission VI Adisatrya Suryo Sulisto expect industry ‘Sabutret’ (upholstery materials derived from coconut coir and rubber blend) in Cilacap, Central Java continues to grow.
He also hoped that the industry players ‘Sabutret’ can do innovation and creativity as well as take advantage of advances in technology, especially the technology is simple yet effective, so it can produce added value.
Adisatrya also reminded to use the momentum of a demographic dividend that currently experienced by Indonesia and the era of globalization, especially the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community (ASEAN Economic Community) as of January 2014.
“Given the demographic bonus, real micro and small industry players can just ignore the export market, because the domestic market is still wide open. However if there are orders from abroad, the micro and small industry players should be able to adjust the quality and continuity of the set,” said Adisatrya Tribunnews in a statement received on Monday (08/07/2013).
This explains the PDI-P politicians in order to encourage local resource-based industries in the district of Cilacap, particularly coconut trees and rubber trees, then the Minister of Industry has issued the Ministerial Decree No. 126 of 2011, which set a rubberised coconut fiber (sabutret) as Regional Industry Core Competence (Kiid) Cilacap. ‘
As known, the use and demand ‘Sabutret’ by the international community increasingly widespread, as middle-class movement for the ‘back to nature’ (back to nature).

As a follow up from the Permenperin, the Ministry of Industry (Ministry of Industry) held in collaboration with the Center Adisatrya Workshop Local Resource-Based Industry Development to sabutret industry as well as industries that use local raw materials. The workshop was held on Wednesday, July 3, 2013 in the city of Cilacap, and bring Endang Supraptini, Director of Industry Development Facilitation Java-Bali region, the Ministry of Industry as a resource.
According Adisatrya, pascadisahkannya Act No. 17 of 2012 on Cooperatives which replaces Law No. 25 of 1992 on Cooperatives, a national cooperative actors should immediately grasp the substance while adjusting the formal-legal aspects, including institutional governance.
“Although the new law is considered by some as a cooperative offender laws that remove the spirit of cooperation, but it must be remembered that the Act is structured precisely to adjust to the times without losing nationalism,” said Adisatrya.

Furthermore Adisatrya also encourage cooperative actors in the two counties to work together with local governments in preparing human resources, including certification of competence. He also admitted that the law requires that the focus of the cooperative actors and earnest in managing, can no longer be used as a sideline.

“As a consequence of decentralization, Regional Head of formal school setting, for example vocational Cooperative Management that provides scholarships for students. Besides scoring skilled resources, the institution may issue a certification for aspiring managers of cooperatives,” he said.

Fasting month, Marcell Enterprises Chandrawinata More Profit

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In honor of the Muslims who are fasting, Marcell Chandrawinata businesses in the culinary field inevitably have to be closed during the day and just started operation in the evening. But the sister of Nadine Chandrawinata remain grateful for his restaurant that night visited by visitors.
“At noon the heck is empty. Yeah grateful evening there were still eating,” said the movie’s GUYS MAKE DIZZY Friday (19/7) in SCBD, South Jakarta.
Yet 26-year-old man was admitted initially had feared that obtained decreased turnover. But from the experience of last year, it actually increased its revenue during the month of Ramadan.
“Initially not know how to handle the fast fitting, fear decreases, apparently not. Optimistic further increased this year,” hope actor who was born in Hannover, Germany was.
In fact, when the arrival time of dawn, Marcell frequent social activities with local people sharing food.
“Resto cave in Senopati, love to eat box around the neighborhood,” he said.

CIMB Group Raup RM 4.35 Billion Profit for 2012

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CIMB Group Holding Berhad announced a net profit of RM 4.35 billion in fiscal year 2012. This figure is up 7.8% over the same period the previous year.

“We return a high profit for FY12 because almost all business units to increase revenue numbers,” said Group Chief Executive, CIMB Group, Dato Nazir Razak in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Wednesday (04/17/2013).

Recorded earnings are equivalent to net earnings per share valued at 58 cents and the rate of return on equity of 16%.

The company achieved net profit in the fourth quarter of FY12 stood at RM 1.082 billion, or 5.3% lower than 3Q12 net income, and lower by 4.5% from 4Q11 net profit, amounting to RM 1.133 billion.

“CIMB Group’s revenue in FY12 experienced increased 11.3% over the same period previous to RM 13.495 billion,” he added.

Net interest income rose by 10.6% while non-interest income increased 12.7% due to capital market transactions exceeded the highest plus increasingly aggressive treasury market activities.

“Without taking into account the advantages and CIMB Aviva deconsolidation amounted to RM250 million in 4Q11, an increase in non-interest income amounted to 19.8%,” said Nazir.

Increase in CIMB Group’s profit before tax was higher by 9.1% to RM 5.678 billion.

“Profit before tax generated regional consumer banking unit of CIMB Group in 2012 rose 23.9% to RM 2.323 billion,” he said.

PT CIMB Niaga Tbk (BNGA) to contribute pre-tax profit by 34% to CIMB Group. 2015 is expected to increase to 40%.

“I think 2015 could be 40 percent,” said Razak.

Even so, the Group has no plan to add an injection of capital into CIMB Niaga. “If Mr. Arwin capital may ask, but I think it has been pretty,” he continued.

Nazir said the target is given as see good prospects in the banking market in Indonesia.

“We see the ratio, very attractive. Terms of the macro-economy is also growing rapidly. Macro management and banking regulation is good,” said Nazir.

On the same occasion, President Director of CIMB Niaga, Arwin Rasyid, said CIMB Niaga has committed to continue to develop products and services micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in Indonesia while maintaining good credit quality.

“Our initiative is in line with Bank Indonesia regulations that establish bank credit portfolio in the MSE sector by 20 percent in stages by 2018,” said Arwin.

Responding to these rules, the CIMB Group is also committed to undergo such a rule.

“The rule is good, we will obey it,” he continued.

Assess Semen Indonesia Rp 3 Trillion Bonds

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Jakarta – President Director of PT. Semen Indonesia Tbk Soetjipto said the company examines global bonds worth U.S. $ 300 million or Rp 2.98 trillion. The plan that bonds will be issued next year. “It’s an investment for next year,” he said when met after the event Bisnis Indonesia, Tuesday evening, July 2, 2013.
The Company requires capital expenditure of U.S. $ 500 million – U.S. $ 600 million next year. Half of it comes from the need of external funding is through the issuance of bonds. “For this year we are still strong power of cash.”
Capital expenditure was used to build two new factories in Apex, Central Java, and Indarung, West Sumatra. Some will be used to finance business expansion plans into Myanmar and Vietnam.
Factory in Vietnam built with a production capacity of 2.3 million tons. The investment value of Rp 1.5 trillion in the form of investment of 70 percent ownership stake Thang Long Cement.
The Company is considering a rate cut option Thang Long Cement factory in Vietnam that is too high. “Hopefully in the near future could have taken a decision,” he said.
The plant began operations in Myanmar next year. The investment value of U.S. $ 200 million. The plant production capacity of 6.5 million tons per year. “This new subsidiary with local companies Myanmar, our ownership share of 51 percent minimum,” said Dwi.
This year the company is targeting sales volume in 2013 amounted to 28 million tons, and the company’s 44 percent market share.
Capex this year of Rp 4 trillion. Sources of funding capital expenditure is 40 per cent and 60 per cent internal funds from bank loans.

Making Sugars typical Home Based Industry in Garut

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Tirelessly Iwan (35) continues to stir the pot iron brown viscous fluid. In front of her was a crock containing the same again. Alternately him play spoons of coconut shell-stemmed bamboo, alternate for 15 minutes.

“It’s a mixture of sugar, java, palm, coconut, and sugarcane. Not all the material from Garut, there sugarcane ordered from Kediri (East Java) together coconut sugar from Tasik, Banjar, and Cianjur,” said the man who was 5 years old involved in the cottage industry in the Market Guntur Garut, West Java, on Wednesday (07/10/2013).

In the process of cooking, Iwan put sugar then stir to form a thick liquid. “Until good. Afterwards input all the sugar. Stirred half hour. If you want to quickly be ready to pour, yes fire digedein,” he said.

After continued stirring and was considered quite mature, and then take a plastic scoop Iwan bercorong. Her bony hands slowly pour the liquid mixture into a thick sugar mold 5 cm in diameter.

“Made it sober, simple cut the pipe,” he explained, pointing to a vertical thickness of 2 cm mold it. Iwan then deftly move the dipper 50th winnowing prints are arranged in a square of wood.

After that, the mold stacked on top of another winnowing. “Dikeringin first, about 1 hour. Wear only dry winds. Was only after it is removed from the mold,” he explained.
While, a fat and short stature mother sitting in a chair not far from the corner of the window at the top of the table where Iwan brown viscous liquid was poured.

“That was brown sugar making process. In Guntur Market makers have 3 red sugar. One of us,” said the woman who called Nur (33) it. His hands deftly releasing brown sugar slab width 5 cm from the mold.

Despite having a similar business competitors, Nur said he was not worried about losing customers who on average small traders such as gado-gado.

In fact, usually orders pile up ahead of Idul Fitri. Whereas for this year claimed to have caught Nur orders weighing 5 quintals of sugar as fast last year.

“It’s still a daily kayak, 60 kg of sugar at all to make. From there be 120 kg. Wrapped so each 10 kg. Kayak gini,” Nur said as he showed a yellowish brown sugar composition of the plastic-wrapped parcel pretty similar.

Nur said the sugar round yellowish color size diameter 8 cm and 5 cm thick is no different from the other manufacture. The only difference is the composition of the sugar.

“If a more yellow coconut sugar, it is also different, so a bit salty. Arennya If the sugar thicker and sweeter,” said Nur.

Iwan and Nur hope this simple production continues to run and sustainable. Because there are other competitors already in the Banjar, West Java, which is capable of producing more and using automated production equipment.

UMP Rise, Profit Astra Thinning 9% So Rp8.8 Trillion

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PT Astra International Tbk (ASII) earned a net profit of Rp 8.8 trillion in the first half of 2013, the figure fell 9.2% from the previous year’s profit in the same period amounted to Rp 9.7 trillion.

Astra also slowed turnover, from Rp 95.9 trillion in the first six months of 2012 to Rp 94.3 trillion this year. Earnings per share also decreased by 9% to Rp 218 per share.

“Although the outlook remains positive domestic demand, increased competition in the automobile market, the rise in labor costs (Provincial Minimum Wage / UMP) and the decline in commodity prices expected to affect the performance of the business in the second half of this year,” said President Director of Astra International Prijono Sugiarto in press release the company, on Tuesday (30/7/20130.

Astra Group activities focus on six core business lines, namely Automotive Division, Financial Services, Heavy Equipment and Mining, Agribusiness, Infrastructure and Logistics, and Information Technology with the following details: Automotive Division Automotive Division’s net profit fell by 10% to Rp 4, 4 trillion, consisting of Rp 1.9 trillion from the Company and its subsidiaries, as well as Rp 2.5 trillion from associates and jointly controlled entities in the automotive field.

Throughout the first half of 2013, demand for motor vehicles remains high, supported by rising incomes and loan interest rates are still affordable. However, increased competition due to increased domestic production capacity and the high cost of labor has led to decrease in net income contribution from the automotive segment.

Regulatory minimum down payment on auto financing imposed sharia financing for companies since January 1, 2013 and the bank on 1 April 2013, had little impact on the first half performance of the Company. Meanwhile, it is still too early to estimate the impact of rising fuel prices that occurred in late June, the automotive sales.

Total national car sales rose 12% to 602,000 units. Astra’s car sales (Toyota, Daihatsu, Isuzu, UD Trucks and Peugeot) increased 6% to 321,000 units, with a market share decreased from 56% to 53%.

In the first half of Astra launch six new models and eight facelift models. Meanwhile, national motorcycle sales rose 6% to 3.9 million units. Honda motorcycle sales output of PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM) rose 12% to 2.4 million units, with an increase in market share from 57% to 60%. In the first half of 2013, PT Astra Honda Motor launched two new models and five facelift models.

PT Astra Otoparts Tbk (AOP), a company in the field of automotive components, which is 80% owned by the Company, recorded a net profit of Rp 519 billion, down 2%, where 71% is the contribution from associates and jointly controlled entities.

Decrease in net income was primarily due to increased labor costs, although there was an increase in sales in the segment of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) replacement parts and export markets. In the second quarter of Astra Otoparts have to issue new shares amounting to Rp 3 trillion to strengthen its capital structure.

Astra International also has sold 15.7% stake in Astra Otoparts to increase liquidity in the stock market, which results in a transaction value of Rp 2.8 trillion. In April, Astra Otoparts acquire 51% stake in PT Pakoakuina, manufacturer of alloy wheels for four-wheeled vehicles and two-wheeler valued at USD 700 billion by taking all new shares issued.

The government has announced tax incentives aimed at encouraging the production of Low Cost Green Car (LCGC) in the country. Astra Group has products that comply with the government regulations that Astra Toyota Agya and Astra Daihatsu Ayla is expected to begin to be distributed in August with a production capacity of 10,000 units per month.

Division of Financial Services Division of Financial Services Net income increased 19% to Rp 2.1 trillion. Total financing through Astra automotive finance business consisting of Federal International Finance (FIF), Astra Credit Companies (ACC), and Toyota Astra Financial Services (TAFS) increased 6% to Rp 27.8 trillion, including joint financing through bank financing without recourse .

Total weight of equipment financing through PT Surya Artha Nusantara Finance and PT Komatsu Astra Finance fell 42% to Rp 2.6 trillion as a result of declining sales of heavy equipment.

PT Bank Permata Tbk is 44.6% owned by the Company, posted a net profit increase of 15% to Rp 818 billion. Net interest income increased driven by higher loan growth of 27%, despite the increase in operating costs.

PT Asuransi Astra Buana (AAB) subsidiaries engaged in insurance business had a net profit due to higher growth in gross premium income in excess of the increased cost of reinsurance and claims costs.

Heavy Equipment and Mining Division of Net Income and Mining Equipment division fell 24% to Rp 1.4 trillion. PT United Tractors Tbk (UT), which is 59.5% owned by the Company, reported a 25% drop in net income to Rp 2.3 trillion, while net income decreased by 19%.

Business segment net revenue of construction machinery fell 40%, due to lower sales of Komatsu heavy equipment by 42% to 2,452 units. This happens due to decreased demand from the mining sector, especially for large units.

Pamapersada PT Nusantara (PAMA), a subsidiary of mining contractor UT benefited from the increasing mining capacity. PAMA reported net income increased by 12% because the increase in contract coal by 12% to 50 million tonnes of construction and earthmoving contracts (overburden removal) increased 2% to 414 million bcm.

UT subsidiaries in mining reported net income decreased by 44%, which is caused by the decrease in coal sales by 29% to 2.2 million tons. Decline in coal prices and rising fuel prices have a negative impact on net income.

Division Agribusiness Agribusiness Division’s net profit decreased by 25% to Rp 571 billion. PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk (AAL), which is 79.7% owned by the Company, reported net income of Rp 717 billion.

Although palm oil production increased 11% to 704,000 tons, revenue declined 3% to Rp 5.5 trillion, caused by a decline in the average price of CPO by 16% to Rp 6.638/kg. The decline in revenue is accompanied with the high cost of production and operating costs, resulting in lower net profit.

AAL has started constructing an oil refinery in West Sulawesi, which will change from the crude palm oil plantation in Kalimantan and Sulawesi into olein and stearin. Oil refinery was built at a cost of Rp 750 billion is expected to be operational in early 2014 with a production capacity of 2,000 tons per day.

Infrastructure and Logistics Division Net income Infrastructure and Logistics Division declined by 29% to Rp 223 billion. PT Marga Mandala Sakti (MMS), which operates the toll road operator pathway Tangerang – Merak along 72.5 km, which is 79.3% owned by the Company, noted an increase in the volume of vehicle traffic by 11% to 20 million vehicles. PT PAM Lyonnaise Jaya (PALYJA), a leading provider of clean water in the area west of Jakarta, reported a slight decrease in sales volume of clean water to 78 million m3.

PT Serasi Autoraya (SERA), recorded an increase in revenue, mainly supported by the increasing number of vehicles on contract hire vehicle rental business TRAC 2% with the number of vehicles of more than 31,000 units. The high cost of depreciation and operating costs resulted in decrease in profit by 27% to Rp 97 billion.

Division of Information Technology and Net income and Information Technology Division of Rp 55 billion, up 2% compared to the first half of 2012. PT Astra Graphia Tbk (AG), a company engaged in the field of information technology and the sole agent of Fuji Xerox in Indonesia, which is 76.9% owned by the Company, recorded a net profit of Rp 72 billion, up 2% compared to the same period in ago.

Wow, Food Kartel Earn turnover of Rp 11 trillion

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Action actors cartel that conspired aka traders determine price more troubling. Induced them, the prices soar. Unfortunately, those who master the many commercial food commodity food prices rising so high.
In the midst of the difficulties, the perpetrators of the whole profit cartel. Research Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) said the perpetrators of the cartel can reap a turnover of up to Rp 11.34 trillion. The turnover of trade 6 obtained from the food commodity beef, chicken, sugar, soy, corn, and rice.
In a written statement, Vice Chairman of Kadin Regional Empowerment and Bulog, Natsir Mansour, said the offender cartel in action when there is an imbalance of supply and demand in the food sector. Imbalances that led to insecurity and fosters speculation.
Natsir said that this condition occurs due to the arrangement of production, distribution and trade of food is weak. He thinks the government is still very centralized trading system just because a policy is governed by several ministries. Though local governments are more aware of the needs in the region.
Natsir also lamented the lack of control the House of Representatives should be able to give sanction to the Ministry which can not keep food prices. “Sanctions in the form of budget cuts,” he said.
In addition, Natsir said, no special food supply lines come confuse the issue. Consequently, any policy issued by the Ministry of Commerce and Ministry of Agriculture tends to be speculative. As a result, the data can not be proper food and accurate.
“So it’s natural that the president was angry with the Ministry of Trade and Ministry of Agriculture for failing to regulate national food also often scarce,” he said.