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Surplus production of 79 105 Tons of Rice Klaten

Production of dry grain harvest in Klaten district in the period January to June 2013 reached 206 706 tonnes. The amount is equivalent to 134 119 tonnes of rice. Thus, the Klaten still have a surplus of 79 105 tonnes of rice, because the rice needs only 55 014 tons.
The surplus is very encouraging, because in the last few seasons, the rat attack raged in a number of centers of rice production. In fact, based on the records of the Department of Agriculture Klaten, Klaten rat infestation has reached the range of 1,000 hectares of land.
“Hama rats pose a threat to farmers in Klaten, since the last few seasons. Absence of rat infestation, I believe the total production of rice in Klaten can far exceed the total production achieved today,” said Head of the Department of Agriculture Klaten, Wahyu Prasetyo Ir MSi, Thursday (1/8).
He added, before the Department of Agriculture has set a target of planting 29,804 hectares wide in January-June 2013, but the realization reached 30 257 hectares. There is an excess of the target of 453 hectares or 1.5 percent. Productivity ranged from 55.77 quintals / hectare to 62.15 quintals / hectare.
“Klaten still try to get up to 115,000 tons of rice surplus, such as the achievement by 2009. Currently, it has not been exposed to Klaten planthopper pests and rodents. But this time, the rat can not fully resolved, despite continuing efforts to eradicate rats,” said Rev. .
Rat control efforts have been done in various ways, such as the development of natural enemies in the form of an owl rats, mongoose, snakes and rice. A number of village support the effort by issuing regulations that prohibit killing animals Village predatory rats.

Hit by the crisis, Fuji Xerox Still Exist

Jakarta – The global economic crisis have shaken the stability of a number of companies in the world. But amid the crisis storm, Fuji Xerox trying to exist.

One proof that Fuji Xerox still exist in the midst of the storm of crisis, especially in the Indonesian market, is by presenting a new printer products, the DocuPrint C1190 FS. Fuji Xerox assess that the global economic crisis was not affecting the market in Indonesia.

“We want to show dedication and commitment to the business world, especially the IT industry in Indonesia. Though the global crisis, but we still strive to bring innovation and new product launches. So when competitors are usually rather weak in marketing activities, Fuji Xerox tried to fill this gap,” obviously Teddy Susanto, Country Sales Manager Indonesia, when met at the sidelines of the launch of the printer DocuPrint C1190 FS at Hotel Nikko, Jakarta, Wednesday (07/15/2009) evening.

Through the launch of a multifunction printer DocuPrint C1190 FS, Fuji Xerox hopes to bring a new freshness to the small business and home business.

Claimed that this one printer that offers high-performance features that are usually only found on the printer’s corporate segment, but with a more affordable price for SMEs.

By buying the all-in-one DocuPrint C1190FS claimed to save the budget because it does not need to buy many separate devices and can reduce paper consumption, thanks to digital document delivery features.

Three options for the sugar mills Kigumas

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.

Extreme weather, Onion Production Dropped

Onion harvest has started in some areas, such as Nganjuk and Probolinggo. However, extreme weather conditions that occurred this year make onion production of farmers losing half of normal conditions.
“Under normal conditions, the average onion production 20 tons per hectare. Now the average production of 10 tons to 11 tons per hectare,” said Vice Chairman of the Indonesian Red Onion Seed Association (APBMI), Akat, told Tempo on Tuesday, 30 July 2013.
In addition to the production down, Akat said the cost of onion production in the growing season is also increasing. Akat example, the current cost of onion production in Probolinggo of Rp 75 million per hectare, while in Nganjuk Rp 90 million per hectare, including land lease costs.
“This year, the high production costs due to higher seed prices. Maintenance costs are also high due to the high need for pesticides. Additionally, labor costs are also rising,” said Akat.
Akat said that onion prices at the farm level Rp 25 thousand to Rp 30 thousand per kilogram. Akat admitted, with this price level, farmers are still able to enjoy the benefit.
Despite declining production, Akat not expect the government to tap the import of red onions. Moreover, the peak onion production will take place on August 2013. Akat said it feared import onion to make onion prices at the farm gate sag.
“New no import information, prices at the farmers has dropped from Rp 30 thousand per kilogram to Rp 20 thousand per kilogram. Especially if anyone realized,” said Akat.
Akat said, with the influx of imported red onions, the traders do not dare to buy local red onion with a high price. The entry of onion imports, according Akat, would only reduce the price at the farm level, not at the consumer level.
“Yesterday, the price at the farmers down there when importing information, but the retail price in the market is still high, still Rp 50 thousand to Rp 60 thousand per kilogram,” said Akat.
In the second half of 2013, the government gave import quota 16 781 tonnes of onion. Until August 25, 2013, it is estimated approximately 4,718 tons of onions will arrive in Indonesia.

Eid approached, Clothing Distro Sold Well

Approaching Idul Fitri 1434 H, tradition begun buying new clothes. At least it felt a distro clothing store in the city of Magelang. Less than a week this Eid, clothing distributions consumer hired selling well.
Owner Abiersam Distro Outlets, Nurul Tina Herath said, as in previous years whenever approaching Eid shop is always crowded. In fact, the level of crowd stores have started up since the beginning of Ramadan.
“Maybe it’s a blessing month of Ramadan. Thankful sales began there was an increase. Buyer majority of young people, because it is identical distributions with the youth,” he said at his shop Sarwo Edi Wibowo Jl Magelang, Wednesday (31/7).
She said, stepping on third week begun selling turnover Radaman no significant increase. If in ordinary moon is only able to sell at least 20 pieces of clothing per day, has now reached about 200 pieces.
Different from last year, this year he said the T-shirts with simple designs (plain) without printing is preferred. Likewise shirt material jeans (denim) and plain boxes and a trend that many consumers hunted.
“Denim again favored young children. Though the motive is rather old (old school), but turned back favored. Prices are also relatively inexpensive, which is between Rp 115 thousand to Rp 145 thousand per piece,” he said.
Saw an increase in sales, Tina admitted, before the month of Ramadan it is adding a lot more stock than usual. Stock may be increased 100 percent in anticipation of increased demand, especially two days or a day before Hari Raya Fitri.
“This also includes adding new stock much loved young people of pants, t-shirts, shirts, to shoes and handbags. Goods from Jakarta, Bandung, and other major cities,” he said.
The same thing is felt also by the distro Eighteen stores in Magelang Pakelan. One of its employees, claiming Wijanarto, selling clothes in his shop sold distro Lebaran holiday season is approaching.
“Although the competition is too tight, but the distributions of interest among young people continues to rise. Crowded at this time we can sell 100 pieces per day, even the H-2 and H-1 can Lebaran 400 pieces. This number is up significantly from the usual that’s only 30 pieces, “he admits.

65% TVS Motor Components Manufactured in Indonesia

TVS Motor factory located in the Industrial area Suryacipta City Jl. Surya Madya I Kav. 1-30 Kutanegara Village, cikampek 41 361 East Karawang, West Java, in a single day can produce 150 to 200 units.

Then how much this bike components manufactured in Indonesia?

“Local contentnya for all motorcycle TVS in Indonesia is 65 percent and the rest is shipped from India,” said Vehicle Assembling, Agus Ahmad Yani told reporters on the sidelines of the visit TVS factory.

He explained, for components such as frames, tires, handle bars, etc. are produced in Indonesia and to the still shipped from India such as engines, cables, head lamp.

“If the headlamp is to be sent from India because reflektornya better. CDI is also shipped from India,” he added.

He added, which are exported to the motor itself is still using only local components for SKD (semi knock down) there are some parts that are paired from the destination country.

“For example, if the motor is to be exported, headlamp is not here but after a pair of new paired up there as well with the other parts are,” due diligence.

Slightly turnover, Profit Drops 54% XL fact to Rp 670 Billion

PT XL Axiata Tbk (EXCL) correction suffers 54% profit in the first half of 2013 to Rp 670 billion from Rp 1.46 trillion. The company’s revenue edged up 1%.

XL recorded net income of Rp 10.3 trillion in the first half of this year, from Rp 10.2 trillion in the previous position. The rise in revenue driven by increased data service revenues by 13%.

“Our performance this quarter marks our success to turn things around after a decline in the previous two quarters,” said President Director of XL Hasnul Suhaimi, in a press release on Thursday (01/08/2013).

Until the end of the first half of 2013, the XL has spent Rp 4 trillion for infrastructure investment in the data. A combination of internal funds and debt.

XL has signed a new loan agreement in U.S. dollars with Standard Chartered Bank in May 2013 for U.S. $ 50 million. Meanwhile, during the first half of this 2013 also, the amount of debt XL increased to Rp 17.1 trillion from Rp 12.7 trillion in the previous year.

“XL will remain focused on data services given the growing use of data rapidly increasing contribution to company revenues. During the first six months of this year, data revenue accounted for 22% of total revenue, compared to 19% last year, “he added.

Peek Cigarette Factory Home Based Sami Jaya

Cirebon – In the midst of the market dominance of branded cigarettes cigarette factory large, apparently non home-based products can still survive. Just look at the cigarette brand Sami Jaya and Panamas, the original production of cigarettes Cirebon is not losing fans who make the factory continues mengebul.

Cigarette Factory (PR) Fertile, is one of the many manufacturers of cigarette manufacturers households in Cirebon, West Java.

In the event the review is held with the Ministry of Finance, detikFinance got a chance peek direct production activities Cirebon original clove cigarettes.

“I started this business since 1971,” said the owner of PR Fertile, Hussen Nawi at its plant in Cirebon, West Java, Saturday (12/07/2008).

Manufacturing site is located in the village of Astanalanggar, District Losari, Cirebon, West Java. At first glance, the location of the factory is not like a cigarette factories that use advanced technology machines.

Machine owned simply because these types of production Fertile PR categorized Clove Cigarettes Hand (SKT). So entirely produced by hand, starting from pelintingan up packing.

Wide each plant was no more than 60 square meters. PR Lush has two production rooms, one for producing brand Sami Jaya, another for the brand Panamas.

“Our cigarette brands there are two, and Panamas Sami Jaya,” said Hussen.

Hussen said the two brands produced by 75 bales per month. Approximately one bale contains 200 packs of cigarettes. So the total production of about 15 thousand PR Fertile packs per month.

“The number of factory employees there are 100 people. They work alternately,” said Hussen.

Pelintingan production schedule up packing only performed for 10 days in 1 month. The rest is for pre-production and distribution process.

“Every 10 packs we can Rp 500. On average, one day we can Rp 10 thousand,” said one factory worker.

The two brands selling price of Rp 1,750 per pack, inclusive of excise. According to Hussein, the selling price at the distributor level in the market or about $ 2 thousand per pack. So a month turnover of approximately USD 26.25 million.

“Gain (profit) is not so big yes. Approximately Rp 100 thousand per day. Least sufficient to meet daily needs,” said Hussen.

Although profit is not much, apparently the domestic industry can still survive amid the current economic conditions.

“Thank God, so far we are still able to production,” said Hussen.

With a production volume that is not so great, but the two brands Hussen Nawi’s style can be exported to other cities.

“The distribution of our brands, especially in Cirebon and Tegal,” said Hussen.

On the other hand, the presence of PR Subur also provide economic empowerment to the surrounding community. Because in addition to having the factory, Hussen also has its own tobacco plantations.

“Total tobacco plantation area for our production of about 30 acres. Of these, only 3 acres of my own, the rest is leased,” said Hussen.

Surrounding communities also assess the presence of PR is a form of mutualism Fertile economy, especially in providing alternative livelihoods.

Livelihoods of the majority of the population around the plant is in agriculture and plantations. Well, almost all the workers in the factory packing pelintingan to pack Nawi is the mother-housewife.

“With this plant, our free time could be used to gain additional revenue,” said one factory worker.

Personally, Hussen is an exemplary employer. He had not been tempted to use fake excise stamps.

“Oh, not at all kepikiran. Wong fortunately not much, if discovered might corrupt all of our efforts so far,” said Hussen.

Food and Beverage Distribution Gain Revenue U.S. $ 865.2 Million…

JAKARTA – PT Petrojaya Boral Plasterboard preparing inaugurated its new factory in Cilegon, Banten. The plan to increase production capacity in Indonesia gypsum board.

Marketing Manager Teresa F. Petrojaya Boral Plasterboard Lilya said, the plan was to increase the production capacity to double, from 35 million square meters to 65 million square meters. Right now we should be able to increase the supply to its biggest market in Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya, and Makassar.

“So far we are still the market leader for gypsum products in Indonesia with a market share of 50 percent,” said Theresia in Jakarta, Wednesday (24/07/2013).

“For the market segment dominated in Jakarta 60 percent retail, while 40 per cent for high end projects,” he added.

Theresia said, for gypsum product sales, growth rate averaged 15 percent per year. The rapid growth of residential property projects ranging, apartments and offices currently contributed to the increasing demand for gypsum products from Jayaboard.

“However, we have not been able to explain the sales figures,” he said.

CPO production in 2013 Projected 27.5 Million Tons

Production of crude palm oil (CPO) is projected nationally at 27.5 million tonnes by the end of the year, an increase over 2012, which reached 26.5 million tonnes.
“Until the first half production was down about 6-7 percent. But usually the second half production rose, probably to around 27.5 million tonnes by December,” said Secretary General of the Indonesian Palm Oil Association (Gapki) Joko Supriyono in Jakarta on Sunday.
Thus, he continued, the national CPO production in 2013 will continue to grow, although only one million tons.
“The increase in production of one million tons of CPO (2013) was a moderate,” said Joko.
Though he acknowledges, national CPO production last year rose quite large about three million tonnes from the year 2011 amounted to 23.5 million tons. Weather factors, it called, simply influence CPO production this year.
CPO production growth are only one million tonnes, he added, have an impact on national CPO stocks projected down in Inia.
“Last year the stock of CPO reached about five million tonnes. Years estimated at around two million tonnes,” he said.
Due to the large stock of last year, until the first half of this year the national CPO exports, he said, continues to grow about 29 percent, although production in the same period down 6-7 percent.
“Exports account for about 10.6 million tonnes by the first half, continued to grow approximately 29 percent over the same period of 2012, because there is a carry-over of stock last year,” he said. .