Category: Production

Home Based Industry Jeans, timeless Crisis

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Jakarta – Juki (29) issued dozens of cardboard jeans. With deft, one by one pants tires put on the sleeve completed in the wind. Jeans also expands and hand Juki greeted with giving red dye.

“It’s to let the jeans accessories colorful. Wage of Rp 500/celana I can,” said one of the Juki in jeans dye workshop in South Sukabumi, West Jakarta, Thursday (11/12/2008).

After manually colored with a brush, the pants washed through several stages. Afterward, the jeans are dried and ready to be sold over packed into cardboard.

“Not bad. Nope never drag orders. Always alone,” added Juki when alluded to the impact of economic crisis on demand process.

However, the order was decreased significantly after the crisis. Whereas in the past can bring home Rp 200.000/hari/orang, now only half. That is because the wage per piece pants 700/celana derived from Rp to Rp 500/celana.

“The important thing is not to be laid off. Fixed work,” said Juki.

In South Sukabumi district, there are at least 48 similar businesses. Kind of like a home-based business industry is often immune to the global economic crisis hit. Therefore, capital is not used sebombastis yag big industry.

“We were there just ngandelin money. So do not rely at other parties,” said Chairman of the Association of South Sukabumi Laundry, Rozali.

Kiris time ten years ago, many large-scale garment industries out of business. But not so with the cottage industry in the region. The key, in addition to its own capital, the market share of roadside pants up in malls and other modern market.

“Must be creative. If you do not so we had dispersed from the first-first,” said Rozali.

Craft Production Rises Mattress

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The level of production in the Village Prembun mattress crafters, District Prembun increased during Ramadan this year. In fact, the increase has been since the week before Ramadan. Previously, kapok 1.5 tons can be used for stock production for a month.
But this time, with the same amount of cotton can only be used for stock production of approximately 20 days. Crafters mattress, Bahmad (52) resident of RT 2 RW III, Prembun Village, District Prembun say, before and during Ramadan many people buy a mattress and pillow products.
It is one of the blessings of Ramadan and a source of additional income for crafters.
“I am currently making mattresses and more pillows than usual. Meanwhile I take the raw material of Semarang,” he said, Wednesday (17/7).
To fulfill incoming orders Bahmad employing 9 people that come from local residents. The work, carried out at the location of the home side. Keep in mind that Bahmad not calculate production based on the number of mattresses and pillows made ​​mattresses, but based on cotton material used.
Various mattress and pillows were then deposited into one large trader to be sold to the region and Yogyakarta Kedu. Retail price of the mattress was varied, ranging from Rp 200,000.

Bahmad explained, in addition to producing mattresses and pillows, she also received a mattress repair services for Rp 20,000. For additional kapok, every 1 kilogram will be charged Rp 2,000. Meanwhile, for the replacement gloves are charged Rp 50,000 to Rp 75,000, depending on the quality of the fabric.
“But, the numbers are still small, because on average people would rather buy a new one,” he said.

Mr. Marsa’ad Wooden Car Business

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Jakarta – Almost all the boys love toy cars. Who would have thought that nearly all wooden toy cars that are sold in the markets of Jakarta, is the result of handicraft factory UD Glad Son of Mr. Marsa’ad.

“I started this business in 1977. Originally a fad because my previous job bankrupt,” said detikFinance Marsa’ad when met at his shop, Kalibata, Jakarta, Sunday (03/08/2008).

57-year-old inspiration comes from his desire to make an effort to please the kids.

“I thought, who does not like toy cars,” said Marsa’ad.

With a modest capital, entrepreneurs whose real name is Omar is starting to open this business. He then worked with landowners in the Sky View to open a store there.

“So I was working with landowners. He provided land, my products. Distribution system with the results,” said Marsa’ad.

This toy factory located in Karawang. The manufacturer was not a big factory with advanced technology, but a cottage industry factories.

“So in Karawang, I apply a bulk messaging system at home factories there,” said Marsa’ad.

Bulk messaging system is Marsa’ad is purchasing system based on the unit, and the payment is made based on the number of units made. In modern terminology, the system outright Marsa’ad pack style is similar to the system of outsourcing.

“Because if we are using the system pay a bit troublesome. Again if they are lazy, the results of the unit a bit, I still have to pay them,” said Marsa’ad.

Integrated production mechanism is not retained by Marsa’ad for 30 years. Along the way, apparently by a mechanism like that, sir effort Marsa’ad never experienced the glory.

“The number of craftsmen we’ve reached 200 people. When the production very much at all, even exported to the Netherlands, Germany, Australia and Japan,” said Marsa’ad.

When it was the style of pack Marsa’ad craft products are sold in various cities in Indonesia such as Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang, Palembang, Cirebon to Semarang.

“Even now, the actual demand is still very high, but we can not meet because our craftsmen now numbers only 40 puppets,” said Marsa’ad.

According to Mr. Marsa’ad, economic conditions became the main factor that led to the shrinking amount of factory labor. If the first UD Happy Child is able to produce 37 types of cars, now reduced by half to 18 types only.

Depreciation amount also cut production craftsman toy cars to a maximum of 500 units a month.

“In fact, the Dutch or German for example, they usually ask for 200 units once per country,” said Marsa’ad.

Labor issues apparently quite hamper business development Marsa’ad pack. Not factory integrated system that has been running for 30 years has been questioned by Marsa’ad pack.

“In these circumstances, I think to make a factory. However large enough capital around USD 300-500 million. Equity is to buy the warehouse, mesian and forth,” said Marsa’ad.

Had an integrated plant is realized, of course labor issues can be controlled. Moreover, according to Mr. Marsa’ad, in terms of the number of very high demand, so the future prospects of this business is not a thing to worry about.

“The proof, in the middle of the fuel price hike like this, when we raise prices, demand has not diminished,” said Marsa’ad.

Currently selling price pack Marsa’ad between Rp 35 thousand to Rp 175 thousand per unit. Required capital ranging from Rp 23 thousand to Rp 125 thousand per unit.

“But to make the factory, we hit the capital. Want to submit to the bank, but we do not have collateral. Moreover, banks also do not believe in this effort,” said Marsa’ad.

Even though it has still been a dream factory, but he hopes to realize her dream someday, either with their own capital as well as working with external financiers.

Mie Industry, Asia So Favorite Food World

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Jakarta – A bowl of warm soupy noodles is now the favorite food of the world. Although the noodles are from Asia now has become one of the basic human needs. Adapt to the local culture until the noodles are uniquely diverse.

Mie what your favorite? Fried noodles, chicken noodle, Aceh noodle, instant noodles or ramen and Lamien? Whatever the form and mix, noodles are so many foods. Mie European version known as shapes range of typical Italian pasta.

Was about the origin of noodles is still a debate. Whether from Italy or China? Although historical evidence chimed still no agreement. Of any origin, the fact that the noodles have become a global menu in every region of the world.

Made from flour, water and eggs are formed so the dough is not fermented. Milled quite thin and cut into pieces. Next up creations respectively. Therefore in each country there are a variety of delicious noodle concoction.

Including in Indonesia, each region has a unique concoction of noodles. Noodles also has become a staple food of Indonesia. Although most enjoyed as a snack. What are the unique local specialty noodle Indonesia?

Everything we discuss in the Special Review at this time. Including some of the issues surrounding home-based noodle industry. Use borax, formaldehyde and other additives which are still often performed by the manufacturer should still be wary.

Is it true that eating fat makes noodles? How many calories from a bowl of chicken noodle? What should we choose when ordering noodle? Are noodles good also given to the children? Noodles nutrition discussion also will be reported in full.

Noodles, also has to support millions of people in the world, including SMEs noodles in Indonesia. What does this noodle merchant association? If you want to open a business noodles, what to do? Can learn to make noodles where? Information will we present in this Special Review.

Suzuki Production ‘Wagon R’ In Indonesia

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Suzuki confirmed that it will produce fuel efficient car in Indonesia. The car will take the base of the Wagon R with a capacity of 660 cc.

Similarly, Suzuki spokesman Ei Mochizuki told Reuters.

Suzuki’s strategy to participate in the program Low Cost and Green Car (LCGC) or a cheap and environmentally friendly cars.

One of the biggest Japanese manufacturers saw LCGC is an opportunity for them to export technology microcar.

To build a ‘Wagon R’ Suzuki to invest 60 billion yen. One of them is by building a new plant that is believed to be in the Cikarang area. Previously seen Suzuki Wagon R car test center of the latest models in the streets of Jakarta.

Suzuki’s second plant located in Greenland International Industrial Center (GIIC), Cikarang, West Java will be 5 times bigger than the Suzuki factory in Tambun.

Previously Managing Director of Sales Indomobil Suzuki Seiji Itayama said this factory occupies an area of ​​120 hectares.

July 90.474 Tons of Sugar Production

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Sugarcane in Central Java has entered the milling season since last May. Of the target area of ​​76 762 hectares of sugarcane acreage suitable circulars governor, plants that have been millstones per July 15 new 20 297 hectares. Meanwhile, sugarcane production reached 1,405,679 tons produced.
Head Plantation (Disbun) Java Tegoeh Wynarno Haroeno states, crystal sugar produced from sugar cane milling realization this has reached 90 474 tons.
“The production of crystal sugar is produced from 14 sugar factories in Central Java. This number will continue to grow due to expire at the end of the cane milled October 26,” he said.
According to Teguh, future yield of milled cane yield (sugar cane) average of 6.44 percent. If the weather conditions are not going to support and continuous rain, the yield of sugarcane is believed to be lifted to 7.62 per cent.
Sugar self-sufficiency target this year to produce 368 thousand tons of sugar crystals are optimistic will be able to be realized. In fact, he is targeting the estimated potential taxation or surplus sugar crystals can be up to 415 167 tons. It welcomed the weather over the last 10 days are not rainy.
“Assessed Disbun target yield 7.62 percent, resulting in the production of sugar not only can achieve self-sufficiency but rather a surplus. Assessed I targeted 415 thousand tons, 368 thousand tons while the target,” he said.
Target of 368 thousand tons of sugar self-sufficiency was obtained from the Central Java peritungan population of 34 million. Where, per capita consumption of 12 kg / year. If 90 percent can be met, then the need for approximately 368 thousand tons of sugar.
Firmly asserted, the potential surplus of sugar in Central Java will be able to reduce the need for imports

BPS: Soybean Production Jambi Down 47.98 Percent

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Central Bureau of Statistics Provisni Jambi noted that soybean production in the region in 2012 decreased by 37.98 percent or as much as 2,153 tons of dry beans than in 2011.
“Jambi soybean production in 2012 totaled only 3,516 tons of dried beans or decreased production of 2,153 tons of dry beans 37.98 percent over the previous year,” said Head of BPS Jambi in Jambi Rusdiansyah Jos on Monday.
Decline in soybean production is due to decrease in harvested area of ​​1,754 hectares or 38.44 percent, while productivity rose by 0.10 quintals per hectare (0.81 per cent), he said.
Meanwhile, in 2013, soybean production is expected to increase to 3,525 tons of dry beans or an increase of 9 tonnes (0.26 per cent).
Jambi soybean production in 2012 contributed to the national soybean production of 0.42 per cent while the contribution of the island of Sumatra to the national soybean production in 2012 amounted to only 10.45 per cent and more than 50 percent is produced in Java.
In the year 2013 based on forecast figures (Aram I) soybean production is expected to be increased slightly to 3,525 tons, up by 0.26 percent compared to the year 2012.
This increase is expected to be achieved through the increase in harvested area and productivity through a variety of programs the Department of Crop related to an increase in soybean production.
Patterns of different soybean harvest rice and corn harvest patterns, where the pattern occurs at the highest soybean harvest subround II (May to August).
So that the three crops (rice, corn and soybeans) have a different pattern of harvesting the crops with other crops.
As for the highest harvest area in each subround not the same. Pattern soybean harvest in 2013 is estimated to harvest highest in sub round III, in contrast to the pattern of the 2011 harvest and 2012 where the highest harvest in subround II.
Differences in the pattern in which the highest yielding crop in 2013 subround III expected because of the shift in the growing season, he said.

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

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Jakarta – 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.

Lady Gaga’s Family Restaurant gets painful Criticism

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Since it opened last February 2012, the restaurant Joanne Trattoria often accompanied by harsh criticism. Many say the dishes are overpriced and not tasty. In fact, the New York Daily News called it “the worst thing after herpes’.

Joanne Trattoria is a restaurant owned by Joseph and Cynthia Germanotta, Lady Gaga’s parents. Charles Arthur Smith who was once Oprah Winfrey’s personal chef for many years, serving as executive chef at the restaurant. He serves home-style Italian dishes. Celebrity Katie Holmes and her daughter often stopped here.

Although his family managed, Gaga does not have a stake in this business. He himself had commented on Joanne Trattoria to the Elvis Duran radio broadcaster. “I’m on a diet because my weight was up about 11 pounds … my dad dish at the restaurant is very good, but my weight increased 2 kg each of my meals there,” the singer said, as quoted by the Daily Mail (29/9 / 12).

Unfortunately, Joanne Trattoria continues to receive harsh criticism. Recent comments written by critic Michael Kaminer in the New York Daily News on Wednesday (09.26.12). “I came with an open mind, even though most of my colleagues describe Joanne as the worst thing after herpes,” he wrote.

He presented a tasting focaccia bread on the table. “Four pieces ‘Chef Art’s Wood Oven Baked Focaccia’ pale and taste bland has a texture like sponge washing dishes,” Kaminer describes.

He also highlighted the equivalent price of a fancy restaurant menu dining experience although not as fine dining. According to him, Fried Calamari for $ 18 (about USD 172,000) looks messy, greasy, and more flour than the squid-cuminya. Meanwhile, the sauce tasted like instant seasoning marinaranya.

At the end of the article, he summarizes that eating place is far from good. Kaminer also mentioned the news that Chef Joanne Trattoria Smith had left without a word as to pursue other projects.

Kaminer was not the only person who wrote a bad review about Joanne Trattoria. Steve Cuozzo of the New York Post said that “2.5 hours dining here feels like days.” Meanwhile, Leo Carey of The New Yorker wrote that the Grilled Calamari salad was bland and not flavorful roast.

According to the Daily Mail, positive reviews on the website Zagat and Yelp! focus more on the cozy atmosphere of the restaurant. One user Zagat writes: “The owner, Cynthia, was very enjoyable. Food is awesome. Ministry quickly. Atmosphere is comfortable.”.

One of the critical turning customer reviews on New York Daily News. “The depiction in the media is inaccurate. Seems they only sell the sensational story,” he said. He added that the New York Daily News did not mention the warm atmosphere created by the staff restaurant to all customers.

Find Profit in Month of Ramadan, Merchants Parcel at Jalan Cikini spilling

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During the month of Ramadan, Eid parcel traders are often found around Cikini Station. They lined up along West Street Pegangsaan who was in front of the station.

Throughout most of the road pavement to be met by the merchants. Walking out of the station must pass through the middle stall trader. Congestion in Jalan West Pegangsaan inevitable.

The traders claimed to sell in the area due to increased turnover. Merchandise is also more easily seen by shoppers, thereby increasing the number of subscribers.

“Income is certainly increased. Due everyday it is not no parcel orders,” said Aida, Aida stall owners Pegangsaan Parcel at Jalan Barat, Cikini, Central Jakarta, Wednesday (07/17/2013).

Aida is already a dozen years of producing this Eid parcel admitted during Ramadan can sell up to 300 parcels. The price is varied, from Rp 250,000 to 1 million.

“Turnover during Ramadan I can get 80 million,” he said.

Although selling on the street and stopped traffic, he was not worried about the order by the municipal police. Because he and other traders had issued a permit from the District Menteng.

“We pay rent to the district 600 thousand a month. Was already all, including cleanliness money and power,” he explained.

He said the road has been used as a place to sell dozens of parcels every Ramadan. Traders knew each other and are local residents.

“We’re not indiscriminate selling here.’s Been all knew each other, including with the district. Rookies were usually rejected,” said another trader, Mila.

Daily Aida and other merchants selling in the Flower Market which is located not far from Cikini Station. They occupy every street New Pegangsaan beginning of Ramadan until the day before the holiday. These traders sell for 24 hours non-stop.

“We direct the production here. During the 24 hours of safe,” said Mila.