Some Taiwanese companies will build industrial park in Jakarta, Indonesia. The industrial zone will be the foundation for a number of Taiwanese companies to enter the Indonesian market.
On Saturday, July 27, 2013, China Steel Structur Co.. who is based in Kaohsiung has signed an agreement with Universal Acquire Advantage Land Development (AUA) to work together in developing and building industrial zones in the capital of Taiwan.
Industrial zone is planned to be developed on an area of 216 hectares and is expected to attract 120 companies with an annual production value of U.S. $ 30 billion. Government of Indonesia, according to Focus Taiwan, has given tariff reduction for industrial machinery sector, textiles, and agricultural production equipment.
AUA Chairman Hsu Chuan-jen said industrial zone is expected to develop into a row of Taiwan factory, so the language barrier is not compromised. Asian Development Outlook 2013 published Asian Development Bank (ADB) said Indonesia’s economic growth will increase to 6.4 percent this year. The increase was supported by strong domestic consumption and investment increased performance.
Some Taiwanese companies will build industrial park in Jakarta, Indonesia. The industrial zone will be the foundation for a number of Taiwanese companies to enter the Indonesian market.
Central Statistics Agency (BPS) recorded North Maluku, manufacturing industrial production growth and are quarterly (quarter-to-quarter/qoq) in the second quarter of 2013 increased by 2.54 percent from the first quarter of 2013.
“The growth of large manufacturing and industrial production are quarterly in the first quarter of 2013 increased by 2.16 percent from the fourth quarter of 2012. Growth of large manufacturing and industrial production are quarterly in the fourth quarter of 2012 rose by 4.63 percent from the third quarter of 2012 , “BPS chief Malut, Adhi Wiriana, in Ternate, Saturday.
According to him, the growth of production of Micro and Small Manufacturing Industry Quarterly. Growth in industrial production of micro and small manufacturing quarterly in the second quarter of 2013 rose 13.39 percent from the second quarter of 2012.
So, in the first quarter of 2013 rose 11.84 percent from the first quarter of 2012, in the fourth quarter of 2012 dropped by 3.25 percent from the fourth quarter of 2011, and in the third quarter of 2012 increased by 1.26 percent from the third quarter in 2011.
Adhi said, the types of micro and small manufacturing industries that experienced an increase in second quarter production growth in manufacturing large and medium industries (y-on-y) in the second quarter of 2013 increased by 13.13 percent from the second quarter of 2012.
Manufacturing industrial production growth and are quarterly (q-to-q) in the second quarter of 2013 increased by 2.54 percent from the first quarter of 2013. Manufacturing industrial production growth and are quarterly (q-to-q) in the first quarter of 2013 increased by 2.16 percent from the fourth quarter of 2012.
“For the growth of large manufacturing and industrial production are quarterly (q-to-q) in the fourth quarter of 2012 rose by 4.63 percent from the third quarter of 2012,” he said.
That is, the growth of production of large and medium manufacturing industry in 2013 rose 7.60 percent from the first quarter of 2013, in the first quarter of 2013 rose 6.05 percent from the fourth quarter of 2012.
Similarly, in the fourth quarter of 2012 dropped by 1.86 percent from the third quarter of 2012 and the third quarter of 2012 increased by 1.26 percent from the second quarter of 2012.
Some internet sites quip about Esemka similarity with the cars from China. Esemka guarantee, their cars are their own and do not claim to import from China.
According to the owner of the workshop ‘Kiat Motor’ Haji Sukiyat which is the figure behind Esemka, essentially making the same car.
“The car was not it at all. Similar all. Starting from the chassis to make the given body. But clearly this (Esemka) is my inspiration, just take it from everywhere,” he said when contacted detikOto.
Learning Coordinator Creative Industries in SMK 2 Surakarta Dwi Martono Budhi previously said Esemka fraction components imported from Korea, and Japan and China. Still Esemka components are made from 80 percent local.
“Esemka and different Timor. Timor, Korea, and we (Esemka) Indonesia. Were only a few parts of China, Korea and Japan,” said the teacher in SMK 2 Surakarta was to detikOto, Thursday (5/1/2012).
For Esemka engine block, said the man who was familiarly called Toto was produced in PT Autocar Industrial Components (AIK) in Karachi.
The chassis itself made the following rims are produced in Indonesia. Meanwhile, piston ring, valve, alternator from Japan. For the injection system of Korea. Following transmission kopelnya ordered Fuday brand in China. Not only that axle for propulsion Esemka also accidentally imported from China.
In the year 2010, PR SMK 1 Singosari Malang said Agus Sudarto car assembly results arable students of vocational school that was studied for the automotive industry in China is prioritizing cottage industry.
With that goal, said Agus, home-based automotive industry is expected to grow rapidly. Happen in countries like China.
“So according to plan this car will be produced by home industry, not the manufacturer. From the beginning that’s the goal,” he said.
Esemka also had to make a beautiful Chinese automakers are interested and approached SMK Esemka makers to be invited to work together.
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The presence of artificial Esemka vocational students received positive feedback from the community. But that does not mean no reproach. But in response to the ‘opposition’ is, one of the originators Esemka take it as input.
“In all of the pros and cons of the ordinary. Ordinary ditanggapinya So, let’s assume all of the input for us,” said Haji Kiat.
The man who was familiarly called Haji Kiat was indeed one of the originators Esemka. He who provides for the use of his workshop students perform the Job Training or street vendors who in turn directed to make their own cars.
“Regardless of all the pros and cons of it, I hope a lot of people who want to contribute their knowledge to the students of Indonesia, our country surely prosper. I am sure that all the help, do not need heroics, aids according to ability alone, happened to my ability in the automotive, “he said.
Response when asked about the expectations of society and the many politicians who use Esemka as politics, Haji Kiat responded casually.
“My intention is only to help, regardless turns out the car was so or not, it depends on the students. I just helped,” he concluded.
Profit before tax Perhutani to end first semester of 2013 reached Rp466 billion, up 179 percent from Renca Budget Work Company (CBP) has been determined.
According to a press release from Perhutani received by AFP in Jakarta, on Saturday, the profit of the many donated from round timber sales in the country reached Rp882 billion and Rp520 billion overseas reach.
In addition, sales of other industries in the country reached Rp232 billion, sales of finished wood products industry from abroad totaled Rp50 billion and sales of processed wood (raw sawn timber) in the country reached 30 billion.
Gondorukem products, processed pine resin is the second largest income producer for Perhutani with the value of exports jumped 12 per cent of the target in the CBP. Perhutani gondorukem export markets are Europe, Japan, China and several other countries. Gondorukem Perhutani is the largest producer in Indonesia and Southeast Asia.
Director Sukmananto Perhutani Bambang said targets and business outlook for the second half of 2013 Perhutani directed at four things, ie achieve the production target node exceeds the first half, giving priority to the principles of sustainable forest management, the industry will begin to prepare for productive use and make savings in anticipation of price increases oil to the forest industry.
Perhutani also has several projects such as the completion of construction of the plant in Pemalang gondorukem derivatives, sago factory in Sorong, Papua Perhutani headquarters and development in collaboration with other state-owned enterprises.
PT Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk recorded a growth in financial performance in the first semester of 2013 increased compared to the same period last year. Recorded a net profit of Rp 2.58 trillion or Rp 436 per share, an increase of 22.9 percent.
Semen Indonesia President Director Dwi Soetjipto said Indonesian Cement net profit growth in line with the achievement of revenue, which stood at Rp 11.4 trillion, an increase of 31.9 percent over the same period last year, which stood at Rp 8.6 trillion.
“Revenue is supported by the total 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 tons,” said Dwi in Jakarta, Monday (29/7).
While the national cement sales volumes (industry-red) grew 7.5 percent to 27.83 million tons compared to the previous period, which stood at 25.89 million tonnes. “The increase in sales is outpacing the growth of the Indonesian Cement industry plant operations supported by Tonasa Tuban IV and V and the solid synergies, particularly in the areas of marketing and distribution in the Indonesian Cement Group. 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, said Dwi, 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 position of sales in the same period last year amounting to Rp 8.63 trillion.
In addition to maintaining dominance in the domestic market, Indonesian Cement also continue to boost sales to foreign markets, especially countries in Southeast Asia.
At least, that from January to June this year, Indonesian Cement has achieved record revenues in foreign markets amounted to Rp 511.64 billion. This number is said Dwi jumped nearly 170 percent compared to sales in the first semester abroad last year only amounted to Rp 30.34 billion. “We will continue to expand the market from year to year,” said the man who brought four awards in the SOE Award 2013.
For the second year in a row, industrial employment in Louisiana posted a gain, according to the 2013 Louisiana Manufacturers Register®, an industrial directory published annually by Manufacturers’ News, Inc. (MNI) Evanston, IL. MNI reports Louisiana gained 5,685 manufacturing jobs from May 2012 to May 2013, or 2.9% – – more than double the gain MNI reported for the 2011-2012 survey period, and two percentage points above the national average gain as reported by the Labor Department.
Manufacturers’ News reports Louisiana is now home to 5,264 manufacturers employing 196,432 workers.
“Louisiana’s industrial climate continues to improve,” says Tom Dubin, President of the Evanston, IL-based publishing company, which has been surveying industry since 1912. “The state’s abundant natural resources and friendly business environment continue to result in many companies investing in its industrial sector, particularly those in the oil & gas and chemicals industries.”
According to MNI, employment in oil & gas extraction rose 17.2% in Louisiana over the survey period, with the third-ranking sector currently accounting for 22,824 of the state’s industrial jobs. Oil and gas companies that have announced plans to locate facilities in Louisiana included South Africa-based Sasol, which will open a natural gas to diesel plant in Westlake; and Methanex, which recently announced it would open a second ethanol plant in Geismar.
MNI reports employment in Louisiana’s chemicals sector increased 1.4%, and currently ranks first in the state for industrial employment at 25,296 jobs. Bright spots for the chemicals industry included Dyno Nobel’s plans to build an ammonia plant in Jefferson Parish; the expansion of Nalco’s dry polymer plant in Garyville; the expansion of two ExxonMobil chemical plants in Baton Rouge and Port Allen; and the recent opening of Myriant’s biochemical production facility in Lake Providence.
Other sectors to gain jobs included transportation equipment, up 7.8% and industrial machinery & equipment, up 5.2%. Fabricated metals, primary metals, and instruments/related products were each up 2.8%, while textiles/apparel rose 2.5%. Losses were seen in electronics, down 12.5%; printing/publishing, down 5.4%; furniture/fixtures, down 2.6%; paper products, down 2.2%; and stone/clay/glass, down 1.1%.
Industrial locations closing down included PepsiCo’s bottling plant in St. John the Baptist Parish; International Paper’s container plant in Minden; and Hostess-operated Cotton Brothers Bakery in Alexandria.
Gains were spread out across all regions of the state, according to MNI. Southeast Louisiana accounts for the most industrial employment in the state with 99,543 jobs, up 2% over the past twelve months. Southwest Louisiana accounts for 57,231 jobs, up 6.8%, while the Northwest region accounts for 28,743 jobs, up a half percent. The Northeast region is home to 10,915 industrial workers, up 1.8%.
MNI’s city data shows Baton Rouge remains Louisiana’s top city for manufacturing employment, with 15,654 industrial jobs, virtually unchanged over the survey period. Second-ranked Houma accounts for 10,248 jobs, up 13%, while industrial employment in Shreveport increased 2.1% over the year, and is currently home to 10,245 jobs. Lafayette accounts for 9,624 jobs, up 7.1%, while New Orleans is home to 9,159 jobs, up 1.7%.
Detailed profiles of Louisiana’s 5,264 manufacturing companies and 1,166 distributors can be found in the 2013 Louisiana Manufacturers Register® available in print for $111, or available online through MNI’s industrial database subscription service EZSelect.com. Users may generate custom profiles of manufacturers using a variety of criteria, including region, SIC, sales volume, number of employees, and more. Each business profile provides up to 30 facts, including vital contact information, 19,367 executives by name and title, product(s) manufactured, and more.
Manufacturers’ News, Inc. is the nation’s oldest and largest publisher of state industrial directories and manufacturers databases. For 101 years the company has identified, researched and profiled manufacturing companies. MNI employs an 85-person editorial staff to scour business registrations, trade journals, financial reports, and many other sources to pinpoint every manufacturing establishment in the U.S. Each manufacturer is contacted throughout the year to update their profiles, including their employee counts.
Industrial properties are very excited. Many buildings, malls, apartments and housing built everywhere.
Passion that turns a positive impact on EMC storage players. For the second quarter of this year, EMC has also enjoyed the delicious Indonesian property industry.
“One of the significant business (growth) is not in the leading sectors such as telecommunications and banking, but the property industry is hot. Many transactions. Also in the financial and telecommunications industries, “said Adi Rusli (Country Manager, EMC Indonesia) on the achievement of the company ahead of time to break the fast together in Jakarta yesterday (07/30/2013).
Adi insisted, EMC revenue spearhead Indonesia remains the financial and telecommunications sectors. “But there is a rising industrial properties (growth) with demand virtualization to cloud storage consolidation,” he explained.
Compared to the first quarter of this year, said Adi, EMC’s total revenue in the country grew by 8.2%. “It should be bigger,” said Adi. Greater constraints on growth, he said, is not economic factors. “But because many projects are backed up to the third quarter. Usually January to July slowed somewhat, “he explained.
For storage business, said Adi, achieving EMC in the first half of 2013 grew 24% compared to the same period last year. While in total, EMC revenue in Indonesia for the first half of this year grew 25.4% compared to the first half of 2012.
Citing data from research institutions IDC for the first quarter of 2013, Adi mentioned that the EMC is now sitting in third. “In Indonesia, EMC is not number one,” he admitted. “But there is a significant growth. First, four years ago, EMC no ranking (in Indonesia), “he explained.
Currently, there are about EMC focuses on the business of big data, cloud and security. EMC’s business is divided into the field of storage, virtualization and Pivotal (big data). Confused what is Pivotal? Pivotal is a new platform, where all the virtualized infrastructure and presented as a service (service) and complete control through software. Pivotal is a new business entity EMC, the EMC’s ownership of 60%, 20% and 10% GE VMware.
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.
Sugar Sugar Factory Industrial Society in the village of rewards, Gondanglegi District, Malang, East Java, has not operated in accordance with expectations, but construction costs are not small. Malang Regent Rendra Krishna prepared three options that will be taken to the rescue.
“There are three options to be offered to the continuation of the sugar mill, but until now still not sure which option will be selected district government,” said Renda Krishna in Malang, Friday.
Three options for the fate of Sugar Industrial Estate Society (Kigumas) which was built in 2003 it is whether it will be sold, or donated to community cooperation. Which option will be taken subject to approval by the board of the district government.
Further Rendra said a number of attempts have been made by the regency of Malang, including conducting due diligence and legal opinions in 2012. Currently also being conducted appraisal (valuation) to calculate how much the value of the actual building Kigumas.
He was admitted to the present PT Kigumas previously built with the hope to contribute to local revenue (PAD) and improve the welfare of sugarcane farmers, it is still not operating as expected.
In fact, the Renda, the condition lasts long enough. Moreover, after the emergence of case law in the area of industrial projects plantation society (kimbun) which spread to PT Kigumas, for being one of the evidence in the case.
“We hope this problem has a solution soon so Kigumas can operate according to expectations and objectives in its development,” said Renda.
Chairman of Malang Regency Saso previous day also questioned the handling and assets that do not generate revenue Kigumas at all, even the condition of buildings and equipment gilingnya also “stalled”.
Kigumas Sugar Factory which was inaugurated by President Megawati Sukarnoputri to-5 was built starting in 2001 with a budget of Rp30 billion from the budget revenue and expenditure (budget) Malang.
Kigumas initially built to accommodate the farmers who harvest sugar cane annually excess production, so it must be sent to a number of areas.
Kigumas development on an area of 11 thousand square meters that can be targeted return on investment (BEP) after one year of operation. Initial design is able to produce sugar Kigumas super category one with a production capacity of 250 TCD.
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.