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

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.

Sugar Industry Accelerate Distribution

Jakarta – Chairman of the Indonesian Refined Sugar Association (AGRI), Suryo Alam, said the refined sugar industry had anticipated ban on trucks that pass through the route of this year’s Lebaran season.
According Suryo, this is done so as not to interfere with the distribution of goods to the consumer. »We have experience in previous years, so we speed up the distribution to anticipate this,” he told Tempo, Tuesday, July 30, 2013.
To anticipate that does not have to pass through an alternative pathway, advancing deliberately distribution industry since four months ago. »We are reminded producers and distributors will be crowded so that distribution is accelerated,” he said.
In addition, said Suryo, manufacturers also limit the time distribution, ie last H-7 and H +10 Lebaran holiday. »Take the items before or after that date. So, we were not at all disturbed, “he said.
Jumbo-sized freight truck more than two axles or a maximum of 16 tons will be prohibited from crossing the route of H-4 to start the first day of Eid on August 8, 2013. The Ministry of Transportation’s decision to reduce congestion flow back and forth in the lane.
“The banned starting H-4 to H +1’s truck laden building materials, paste trucks, tow trucks, container trucks, vans and all kinds of goods more than two axles,” said Head of the Department of Transportation West Java Deddy Taufik some time ago.
However, said Deddy, trucks carrying essential commodities, fuel, and transportation is still tolerable to post back and forth across the line. “But it should only be transported a car two axes. If transported by car or truck more than two axes remain banned,” said Deddy.
Department of Transportation actually suggested banning trucks passing jumbo introduced on the route of H-7. “But, finally the Ministry of Transportation decided to start at H-4. Perhaps for the sake of the stability of the economic distribution as well.”