Month: June 2017

DSNG CPO Production Up 31.1%

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JAKARTA – PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk (DSNG) in the first semester of 2013 successfully increased CPO production to 145.397 tonnes, up 31.1% over the same period last year. While CPO sales volume increased 30.5% to 147.693 tons.

The Company also recorded an increase in the production of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) during the period January to June 2013, which reached 555,570 tons, an increase of 28% compared to the same period the previous year. FFB processed while reaching 600 350 tonnes, up 35% from a year ago, which is obtained from the core plantations, smallholders and third parties. In terms of efficiency, up to June 2013, the company also managed to maintain the Oil Extraction Rate (OER) CPO average level of 24.2% and an average of Free Fatty Acids (FFA) of about 2.6%.

Djojo Boentoro, President Director of PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk, said in a press release FFB production volume increases due to increasing crop area is mature and age of the Company’s plants. Mature plants increased the total area of 42 333 hectares in 2012 to 48,470 hectares in 2013, while the productivity of FFB per hectare to 11.9 tonnes per hectare increased by 9% over the same period the previous year.

The expansion of the Company is still in accordance with the schedule. “Progress of new plantings which the Company achieved in the period January to June 2013 reached 4,195 hectares, an increase of 116% over the same period last year, so the amount of acreage planted until June 2013 has reached 65,247 hectares.

Until the end of 2013, the company expects the new plantings to 8,000 hectares, which comprised consists of 4,200 to 3,800 for the core and plasma.

Bank Mega Syariah Aims Rp 265 Billion Profit in 2013

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PT Bank Mega Syariah perseoran target by 2013 will reach 265 billion USD before taxes. The Company believes it is able to achieve the target.

This was revealed by the President Director of PT Bank Mega Syariah, Benny Witjaksono time press conference at Menara Bank Mega, Capt. Tendean Road, Jakarta (12/4/2013).

“In 2013, we have reached the target grossnya profit at Rp 265 billion, or after tax of Rp 198 billion. Course to secure this we have step by step,” he said.

Benny did not mention what the expansion to be able to achieve these targets. “We have also reached earlier illustrates that God willing will be up,” he added.

The target is higher than the company’s profit after tax in 2012, which reached Rp 184.8 billion. Said to Benny, corporate profits continue to experience positive trends. Characterized by increased earnings in 2012 amounted to 243.2% in 2011 compared to the previous which only reached Rp 53.8 billion.

Furthermore Benny said, profit after tax increased performance company supported by 3 main things. Among them is the better performance of the company, also in terms of business growth.

“First petumbuhan business itself. Both increase employee productivity, the third, we are very successful in controlling operating costs,” he concluded.

Suzuki Immerse Capital Rp 10 Trillion

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The sweetness of the Indonesian automotive market become a magnet for world-class car manufacturers investments. Companies from Japan, Europe, America and even Korea are competing to build factory in Indonesia to pick up supplies of raw materials and cheap labor and huge market niche.
After decades exist in Indonesia, Suzuki Motor Corp. will infuse money back in large numbers. AFP reported Suzuki plans to invest 100 billion yen, or about Rp 10 trillion for the sake of making Indonesia their production base in Asia.
Small type of vehicle manufacturers that will spend 60 billion yen of which to build a new assembly plant. Previously Suzuki also has plans to invest 40 billion yen to build an engine factory outside Jakarta. The investment plan has been announced since the end of 2012.
With a total investment of 100 billion yen, Suzuki hopes to create a comprehensive network system. Suzuki will enter the passenger vehicle segment lightweight and fuel efficient (low cost green car / LCGC) and held until the beginning of the production process of final assembly in Indonesia. The factory is scheduled to become active in 2014.
With this new plant, the production capacity of Suzuki in Indonesia can be increased from 150 thousand units to 200 thousand units per year. This additional production capacity to accommodate assembly LCGC cars which are expected to dominate the Indonesian market in the coming years.
Moreover, previously, Suzuki has expressed an interest to become one of the LCGC. With the entry in this scheme, Suzuki could get fiscal incentives from the government of Indonesia in the form of tax exemptions.
As is known, the Indonesian government recently issued rules for LCGC incentives. With this scheme, the manufacturer shall make fuel-efficient cars with a price under $ 100 million.
Lately, the existence of a Japanese automotive manufacturer gaining strength in Southeast Asia. This region is considered as one of the key markets for the growth of the middle class is quite large and can provide cheap labor. In Southeast Asia, Suzuki already has a production base of 2.88 million vehicles assemble or half of the global production.

NTT Rice Production First Quarter Descending

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Rice production in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) in the first quarter of 2012-2013 growing season has decreased when compared with the same period in the previous year’s planting season.
Head of Agriculture of East Nusa Tenggara Kupang Ruba John Tay, on Friday, said the decline in the production of just going for a while rice commodities commodity corn, nuts Kecang increase production.
According to him, the production of paddy in NTT in 2012 and increased approximately 20 percent from the previous year. Where in 2011, production reached 591 000 tonnes, rising to 704,000 tonnes in 2012 and by 2013, production is targeted as much as 724 252 tonnes.
In addition to rice production, an increase also occurred in the production of corn, which in 2011 amounted to 524 thousand tons, up to 617 thousand tons in 2012.
Currently specifically for rice farmers are waiting for the harvest season in the second quarter are expected to increase because rainfall is supported quite well in almost all areas of the island province.
“Currently farmers will enter the harvest in the second quarter, certainly in the second quarter this harvest will increase,” said John.
According to him, the decline in rice production in the first quarter, due to uneven rainfall. It is quite disturbing that impact on the growth of rice production.
In addition, at the time of fruiting occurs rice heavy rain in a long time, resulting in damage to the rice while fruitful.
“Hujankan occurred in late February and March and the intensity is high enough. Currently it is being fruitful rice so that it becomes damaged,” he said.
Heavy precipitation that occurred in March has given an opportunity for farmers to grow in the second quarter and secured with abundant water.
Looking at his current condition, the average rice is ready for harvest quite good and away from pests that can be expected to have penigkatan production.
“From our observations in the field, the rice is ready for harvesting good enough because it supported enough water,” he said.
John further said, with drought conditions that occurred at this time, the government has been encouraging farmers to undertake seed paddy is done in a number of districts that became centers of rice production.
By doing so, the seeds will be bred back to meet the needs of seed growers throughout the region.
“The condition is quite good kamarau wet to seed, and we did today we temporarily push a few places to perform large-scale breeding in order to serve as the backup needs of our seed,” he said.

NOODLE SCALE INDUSTRY MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY OF HOUSEHOLD

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Noodles is one of food products in the favorite by many people ranging from urban to rural communities. This is due not only because it tastes pretty good, but also a practical way they are presented in a short time. Food mi can be presented in various forms of cuisines ranging from the sale in the form of roadside hawker to the luxury restaurant.
Broadly speaking, the kinds of noodles can be divided into raw noodles (fresh / raw noodle), wet noodles (wet noodle), dry noodles (dry noodle) and instant noodles (instant noodle). Processing to the first three types (raw noodles, wet, and dry) and can easily be produced in the household because it does not require sophisticated equipment. Mi raw and wet noodles are widely used for mixing or to make a meatball noodle dishes that are sold in restaurants. Both types of these noodles is easily destroyed by high water content and can be saved only about 1-2 days or 3-4 days if stored in the refrigerator. Dried noodles obtained by drying the raw noodles and can be stored longer, but easily broken (destroyed) because it is fragile. Hence dried noodles should be treated with caution, especially in packaging and marketing.

Instant noodles are generally produced large industry because it requires sophisticated equipment to form a rope waves noodles, cooking with steam, frying and drying in a short time. Examples of instant noodles, among others: Indomi, Supermi, Popmi and so on.

EU industrial production fell in May.

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Industrial production in the recession-hit eurozone fell 0.3 percent in May compared with the previous month, the data agency Eurostat reported Friday, after three consecutive monthly increases.

April industrial production rose 0.5 percent in the bloc’s 17 states, the agency said in a revised figures, compared to March when the rate increased 0.9 percent, AFP reported.

Numbers in April and March which is a great improvement on the performance in the previous months, and analysts said the latest report showed euro zone recession is already running 18 months may soon end.

May decrease was primarily due to the weakening 2.3 percent in the consumption of durable goods, while capital goods declined 1.5 percent.

On the positive side, energy production rose 0.1 percent, intermediate goods rose 0.4 percent and non-durable consumer goods rose 0.6 percent.

Decline in industrial output is highest in Ireland, which saw a decrease of 2.7 percent and in Greece with a 2.1 percent decline.

Output rose 6.1 percent on the other side of the recession plagued Portugal and 2.0 percent in Estonia. While in the 27 European Union countries, industrial output fell 0.6 percent in May compared to April.

Compared with the previous year’s data, industrial production fell 1.3 percent in the eurozone and 1.6 percent in the EU.

Semester I, SMGR Raup Profit Rp 2.58 Trillion

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PT Semen Indonesia Tbk (SMGR) posted a net profit of Rp 2.58 trillion, up 22.9 percent from the same period in 2012.
Dwi Soetjipto, Semen Indonesia President Director, said the company’s net profit growth driven by revenue growth by 31.9 percent to Rp 11.4 trillion a year earlier in 2012 amounted to Rp 8.6 trillion.
According to Dwi, total revenue was supported by the cement sales volume stood at 12.23 million tons, an increase of 18.3 percent over the same period last year amounted to 10.32 million tonnes, which consists of domestic sales volume amounted to 12.14 million tons (up 18.0 percent) and export sales of 0.09 million tonnes (up 170 percent).
Growth that exceeded the national cement sales volumes (industry) which grew 7.5 percent in the first half of 2013 to 27.83 million tons from 25.89 million tons.
“The increase in sales is outpacing the growth of the Indonesian Cement industry plant operations supported by Tonasa Tuban IV and V, so that we are able domestic market share increased to 43.6 percent from 40.9 percent last year.” Said dwi.
Most of the company’s revenue comes from the domestic market amounted to Rp 10.91 trillion, equivalent to 95.53 percent of total revenue in the first half of this year, an increase of 26.42 percent compared to the sales in the same period last year of Rp 8, 63 trillion.
Of the domestic market, the composition of the Indonesian Cement revenues derived from customers in Java and outside Java almost equal. In the first half of 2013, the Java market accounted for revenue of Rp 5.72 trillion (52.43 percent of total domestic sales).
While consumers outside of Java contribute to revenue of Rp 5.19 trillion or 47.57 percent of total domestic sales.
In addition to maintaining dominance in the domestic market, Indonesian Cement continues to boost sales to foreign markets, especially countries in Southeast Asia.
From January to June this year, Indonesian Cement has achieved record revenues in foreign markets amounted to Rp 511.64 billion. This number jumped nearly 170 percent compared to overseas sales in the first half of last year which was only Rp 30.34 billion.

Gets Pinasthika Profit Partners Rp 248 Billion, Up 36%

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Net profit of the company-owned automotive parts Uno Uno, PT Mustika Pinasthika Mitra Tbk (MPMX) reached Rp 248.33 billion in the first half of 2013, growing 36.2% over the same period last year periodeyang Rp 182.31 miiliar.

In addition, the company also recorded a net income of Rp 6.78 trillion, up 31% from the same period in 2012 amounted to Rp 5.18 trillion.

Gross profit also rose by 35% from Rp 750.69 billion in the first half of 2012 to Rp 1.02 trillion in the first half of 2013.

Director MPMX Tossin Hima explains, a significant increase in financial performance is in line with the Company’s solid operating performance. For example, under the vehicle rental business MPMRent significantly increase its fleet to 74% in the first 6 months of 2013 reached 12,104 units.

He also mentioned, total assets also increased 20% from last year’s Rp 9.07 trillion to Rp 10.88 trillion in the first semester of 2013. According to him, a solid financial performance is the result of hard work, good strategy and strengthened by the excellent execution.

“Achieving good performance in the first semester of 2013 was above the average growth of the industry and consistent with the Company experienced growth in recent years. This proves MPMX commitment in keeping what is our promise to the stakeholders, particularly shareholders and investors, the growth of a healthy and sustainable business, “Tossin said in a statement in Jakarta, Monday (22/07/2013).

He said the vehicle rental business market in Indonesia is divided and spread out in various areas and MPMX MPMRent benefit from having more than 20 years experience in this business.

“The experience and deep understanding MPMRent makes us more observant and aggressive in capturing and realizing opportunities in the vehicle rental business, especially in the corporate sector nationwide,” said Tossin.

In addition, Honda motorcycles for distribution business, especially in the area of ​​East Java and East Nusa Tenggara, sales rose by 26% to reach 447,578 units in the first semester 2013.

Meanwhile, the Honda motorcycle sales nationwide rose 12% and sales of motorcycles grew only 6% of the months January to June 2013.

Increased sales of motorcycles as well as the number of middle-class people in Indonesia, helped push sales of lubricants business MPMX growing more than 10% to reach 32.12 million liters of oil.

Impact of Selling Assets in 2011, Merck Profit Drops 53%

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Pharmaceutical and chemical company, PT Merck Tbk recorded a decrease in net income in 2012. The German issuers, incised profit of Rp 108 billion, down 53.24% from the previous period which amounted to Rp 231.16 billion.

Director of Finance Bambang Nurcahyo explain, the decline in 2012 net profit, due in 2011, the company is selling assets. This has an impact on revenues soaring Merck in 2011, while in 2012, there is no asset sales.

“The decline in performace 2012, causes the 2011 to sell property assets and Kemang BSD net profit of Rp 70 billion. Assets sold in 2011,” said Bambang at Public Expose Merck headquarters in Pasar Rebo, East Jakarta, Wednesday (20/03/2013).

In 2012, Merck’s sales reached Rp 930 billion, up 1.18% from the 2012 period amounted to Rp 919 billion. This sale, supported by three business units namely Chemicals Rp 359 billion, Merck Serono worth Rp 405 billion and Rp Consumer Healthcare 166 billion.

Merck also will perform a dividend of Rp 75 billion to shareholders. However, Bambang reluctant to mention the target profit, revenue and business plans and capital expenditures in 2013.

Brown ‘Monggo’, It was as sweet as fortunately

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Jakarta – Perhaps there are many who are not familiar brown branded ‘Monggo’. However, these home-based gait chocolate brands in the downstream industry is apparently chocolate is no doubt.

Initially in 2003, the trademark only process around 200 kg of semi-finished cocoa beans per month to be a typical chocolate is dark chocolate Monggo. However, in 2011, this cottage industry has to process around 5 tonnes of semi-finished cocoa per month.

Edward Riando Picasauw, cofounder of Mango’s chocolate company declared an increase in its brand of chocolate consumption is due to a shift in public taste that was like chocolate with milk mixture, now became interested in international chocolate flavor that is pure cacao butter with a bitter taste sensation.

“The trend is that consumers prefer milk chocolate, but are now beginning to understand the true chocolate flavor. Monggo Brown’s adaptation of Belgian chocolate, then disinkkronkan with Indonesian taste, like Hazelnut replaced with cashews,” said the man who was fondly called Edo when met at the Chocolate Party on Sunday in the parking lot Sarinah Building, Jalan MH Thamrin, Jakarta, Sunday (11/12/2011).

Edo is not alone, she was with her friend from Belgium, Thierry Detournay produce chocolate with 80 percent of the work of human hands, only 20 percent use the machine. While the raw material comes from the island of Sulawesi, which is the largest cocoa producer in Indonesia.

“The machine we use is only to crush the beans out loud, the rest of the human hand,” he said.

Kotagede origin chocolate began to be marketed throughout Java and Bali. Not surprisingly, the turnover of the company is also translucent USD 1 million in a year. Did not want to stop there, it plans to deliver Edo Go International. With these opportunities, he expects production and turnover can be increased 2-fold.

“Yes hopefully get 2 times as much,” said Edo shy.

The plan, Brown’s home city will gudeg sambangi countries like the United States in 2012. However, Edo states the plan is still awaiting an export license from the Directorate General of Customs.

“There have been many requests to contact us, it’s from Sweden, USA, Holland, Germany, Greendland. Legality But this new aspect of our mismanagement, later only after in-ACC by the Customs, we will be exporting,” he explained.

As an entrepreneur brown, Edo noted several obstacles than in the field of venture capital to develop it. One is the inability of the Indonesian government in determining the price of the chocolate world. Though Indonesia’s position as the third largest producer of cocoa has been very strong in the eyes of the world.

As a result, employers are still brown domestic misgivings at any time if international prices of raw materials rose sharply brown. The reason, most employers will cocoa export to abroad because of the high prices tempted. It can disrupt the production of cocoa in the country if the raw material disappeared in the domestic market.

“Indonesia can not affect the price, it’s still hanging dollars, whereas our third countries cocoa producer, Ivory Coast and Ghana that war could set the price, but then if there is an increase in raw material prices, we are ruined,” he said.