Monthly Archives: January 2017

Buy New Machine for Sugar Factory Sidoarjo, PTPN X dug Rp 145 Billion

jaysonhyd   January 31, 2017  
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Plantations PT Nusantara X (Persero) drizzle investment of Rp 145.3 billion to revitalize the sugar mill (PG) in PG Krembong, Sidoarjo. Investment includes the purchase of new machinery to increase capacity of 1,600 tons of cane per day (TCD) to 2,300 TCD.

Director of PTPN X Subiyono said the importance of pushing the PG to increase production capacity. Because there are 1847 sugar mills with small capacity in Indonesia. Where one of them is PG Krembong.

“Revitalization PG Kremboong will be PG-capacity model of the development of small to medium scale PG with large-scale business that is not only sugar but also produce electricity,” said Subiyono in a statement on Sunday (06/09/2013).

Prior PG Kremboong has 18 units of manual machines. Later changed to 2 units of automatic machine with a capacity of 1,500 kilograms per cycle. Sugar packing machine changed from an open to a closed system, so the more sterile and increase sugar production hygiene.

The machine will also serve for storage of energy by using turbines with a capacity of 4MW alternator that can produce surplus electricity. 2014 is expected to be realized by the program co-generation process bagasse into electricity to be sold to PLN.

“Program co-generation at PG Kremboong is part of an effort to optimize the economic potential of sugar cane produces not only sugar.’s Co-generation program complements a similar program that has been and will be held in PG and PG Ngadiredjo New Pesantren, Kediri,” he explained

Next is the installation of the boiler efficiency of high-pressure steam, so as to reduce loss of 2.8 percent to 2.3 percent.

In terms of quality, whiteness levels according to the scale ICUMSA (International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis) will drop from 180 IU to 100 IU. ICUMSA is a class standards of quality (grade) of sugar color is determined by a set of IU or International Units. Sugar ICUMSA intervals ranging 45-4600 IU. The lower the ICUMSA, the bright colors of sugar, and sugar in general is increasingly good quality.

Subiyono stated, PG Kremboong development will be integrated with other PG PG-exist in Sidoarjo, namely PG and PG Watoetoelis Toelangan. PG The third cluster included in Delta.

“In the scheme clusters, PG Kremboong be central to the development of co-generation process bagasse into electricity. Watoetoelis PG and PG Toelangan will be the supplier of sugarcane pulp. Accordingly, there is no resource is wasted in each PG,” said Subiyono

In 2013, PG Krembong targeting production of 29316.9 tons with a yield of sugar (sugar cane) is expected to reach 8.36 percent. In 2012 production reached 20 039 tons of sugar, up 7.94 percent from a year ago about 18558.5 tons.

Sugarcane land area within PG Kremboong reach 3,365 hectares in 2012, and this year is targeted to increase to 4,117 hectares. PG Krembong recorded profit growth of Rp 4, 55 billion in 2011 to Rp10, 01 billion in 2012.

University Of Bergamo Study Finds Over 75% Of Home Exchangers Agree “Most People Trustworthy”

jaysonhyd   January 29, 2017  
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For the first time, a detailed profile is available of the expanding demographic of home exchange travelers. The survey finds that the industry itself is making a deep impact on society. According to the researchers, “people are turning more and more to models of consumption that emphasize community over selfishness,” and home exchange “may help to make our societies work better towards a sustainable future.”

With 93% of respondents satisfied with their experience and 81% having swapped homes more than once, the future also looks bright for home exchange. No longer just looking for an inexpensive travel option, home exchangers possess a deep cultural curiosity (98% declare an interest in cultural heritage and 84% visit museums and nature parks).

While a savvy breed of traveler (with 62% stating a high level of education), home exchangers also represent a wide cross-section of the traveling public. For example, the typical home exchange participant travels as a family (49% of them with children) and comes from across five continents, with the USA, France, Spain, Canada and Italy being the top five countries of residency.

Fair trade food (63%) and organic food (73%) are important to home exchangers, and 69% prepare their own meals while traveling, taking advantage of their access to a fully equipped kitchen. When not on the road, they are active contributors to their communities, with 59% reporting that they participate in community services, wildlife preservation, youth services, cultural preservation or animal welfare.

Given the strong sense of trust found among respondents (75% agree that “most people are trustworthy”), collaborative consumption and home exchange should continue to grow in popularity. As stated in the survey:

Swapping houses is one of the most significant boundaries of modern tourism, because it incorporates some of the dynamics that characterize the tourist of the new millennium: the increasingly felt desire to travel several times a year, even with limited budgets, the need to organize tailor-made trips as personalized as possible and the desire to make the trip an authentic experience… not only to know a new country with all its attractions, but also to immerse yourself in a new culture”

About the Researchers at the University of Bergamo

Francesca Forno, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Sociology of Consumption, is also Director of the CORES LAB (Research Group on Consumption, Networks and Practices of Sustainable Economies).

Roberta Garibaldi, Assistant Professor of Marketing and Tourism Marketing, is also a member of CeSTIT (Centro studi per il turismo e l’interpretazione del territorio).

The study was conducted from April to May 2013, surveying 46,000 HomeExchange.com members with an unprecedented answer rate of 16% (7,000 respondents).

About HomeExchange.com

Started in 1992 by Ed Kushins, HomeExchange.com has evolved into the largest and fastest growing online home exchange travel company in the world. This year their 46,000+ Members will make over 75,000 home swaps across 154 countries. HomeExchange.com makes it easy to plan and enjoy a home exchange vacation in almost any country, city or area of interest and offers travelers a memorable, authentic ‘live like a local’ experience. The site is available in 16 different languages. HomeExchangeGold.com, serving the luxury market, launched in 2012.

Metland Rp 40 Billion Dividend

jaysonhyd   January 26, 2017  
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PT Metropolitan Land Tbk (MTLA) will distribute profits or dividends to shareholders amounting to Rp 40.47 billion or USD 5.37 per share. The amount of dividends equal to 20% of the company’s net profit of Rp 203.69 billion in 2012 to 7.57 billion stockholders.

Director Metland Nanda Widya said dividend decision has been approved in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held by the company at the Hotel Mulia, Jakarta, Thursday (16/05/2013).

“The dividends will be distributed on July 5, 2013,” he said.

In addition, the shareholders also approved a net profit in 2012 was allocated to the reserve fund of Rp 2 billion company to a business development company. While the remainder recorded as retained earnings to increase working capital.

The Company recorded income of $ 678.729 billion in 2012, up 25.3% compared to 2011 revenue of Rp 541.781 billion. While the value of the company’s assets in 2012 grew 16.5% to Rp 2.016 trillion from Rp 1.73 trillion.

CPO production in 2013 Projected 27.5 Million Tons

jaysonhyd   January 23, 2017  
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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. .

Click once, Colibri Bird Cake Pun Fly Home!

jaysonhyd   January 21, 2017  
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Jakarta – For fans of cake, cakes gently biting it feels very nice. Especially if his cake moist, not too sweet, and beautiful. It feels twice the bribe is not enough! His cake delivered to the house. No need to get stuck in traffic! Yum, yum!

Along with the development of technology, now many cottage industry selling food online. Cake is one of the many products offered through the website or social networking. Cakes and packaging quality is not lost with renowned cake shop.

Buy cake online from a lot of choice. No need to go to where he tired. Stay browsing the website, select the product from the catalog, then book via the Internet or telephone. Payment is usually made via transfer or COD (cash on delivery). At the appointed time, Meals to the desired location!

One of the online cake business is Minilovebites.com. The business is run by Venita Daben, radio show host and announcer, with his youngest sister, Ifa Daben. They sell the whole cake and cupcake pieces as well as a variety of flavors. We also tried to spoil the tongue with their homemade cake without getting out of the office.

There are six flavors offered cake. Strawberry Shortcake is a classic, and Salted Caramel Walnut Hummingbird containing peanuts, as well as Ra

PTPP Rp 92.94 billion Dividend Coverage

jaysonhyd   January 21, 2017  
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PT PP (Persero) Tbk (PTPP) will pay dividends of Rp 92.94 billion. The dividend equivalent to 30% of the net profit of Rp 309.68 billion in 2012.

Director PTPP, Bambang Triwibowo said net profit last year rose by 29% compared to previous year profit of Rp 240.22 billion.

“The increase in net income was bolstered by the acquisition of new contracts, increase revenue and efficiency and continuous innovation company,” Bambang said in a press conference at Headquarters PTPP, Pasar Rebo, East Jakarta, Tuesday (30/04/2013).

The plan, the dividend will be distributed to shareholders in June 2013. To revenue in the year 2012, the issuer’s stock PTPP coded, managed to reap Rp 8 trillion.

This revenue, an increase of 28.43%, when compared to last year’s Rp 6.23 trillion.

“To support the company’s long-term target of the future will be supported by the construction of 5 business, property, EPC, investment and other businesses such as industry,” he said.

Ministry of Industry: Industrial Area Outside Java Push Equity

jaysonhyd   January 19, 2017  
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Secretary of the Directorate General for Development zoning Budhi Setyanto Industry Ministry said construction of an industrial area outside Java is important to encourage the growth of the industrial sector of national equity.
“There is no other way to encourage the spread of the industry outside of Java, in addition to developing industrial areas outside Java,” said Budhi Setyanto in a meeting with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) Indonesia, in Jakarta on Wednesday.
He said so far the industrial area on the island of Java is the largest that as many as 55 pieces, 16 pieces while in Sumatra, Sulawesi two, and Kalimantan only one industrial area.
The director this resulted in inequality between the industrial development in Java and outside Java.
“Whereas in the Greater Jakarta area less competitive, so it is necessary the development of regions outside Java,” he said.
He describes the challenges of developing industrial areas outside Java, are also constrained to limited land and limited carrying capacity as water. While outside Java development challenges that inadequate infrastructure, lack of human resources capability, not all districts / cities have good spatial planning, as well as the lack of interest of private investment outside Java.
“Special stimulate the development of industrial areas outside Java, like it or not the government should intervene directly, because to date none of the private sector who want to build an industrial area outside Java,” he said.

PT. Develop RNI Beef Production in Lombok

jaysonhyd   January 18, 2017  
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Slaughterhouse capacity (RPH) Banyumulek, West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, improved. Before managed by PT. Cattle Rajawali Indonesia (SRI) – from state-owned PT group. Rajawali Nusantara Indonesia (RNI), only 25 birds per day, to 100 head per day. Could even reach the target of 60 thousand head per year.
Director of PT RNI Ismed Hasan Putro explain, to meet the needs before Eid, RPH Banyumulek optimistic capable of supplying 10 tons of meat.
That’s why, in addition to increasing the capacity cut, PT. SRI also continue to increase the production of beef cattle. In land area covering 26 hectares Banyumulek RPH, 5 acres of which are currently being prepared for construction of cattle shed.
Beef from slaughterhouses Banyumulek with the trademark ‘King of Meat’ has entered the market as much as 5 tons Jakarta last week. »We’ve sold five variants of the flesh,” he told Tempo in Mataram, Wednesday, July 31, 2013.
Variant ‘King of Meat’ in between the outer meat, tenderloin, sirloin, until back to the material rendang dishes. The price varies, from Rp 70 thousand to Rp 120 thousand per kilogram.
Ismed also explains, in cooperation with PT PT SRI Golden Gate NTB (PT GNE), remedy the freezing process the meat before it is supplied to the market, particularly to the island of Java. As for the beef cattle breeding activities, are woven kersama with local farmers as breeders plasma.
According Ismed, PT. SRI initial disburse Rp 65 billion to buy 15,000 head of beef cattle. While in the area is currently available Banyumulek RPH 150 head of cows 1500 plan to be developed. »In the year 6000 produced a tail,” he said.
The next stage, said Ismed, is a diversified business, such as producing meatballs to sausage, which will be marketed to various areas in Java, including Jakarta and Bali. Also for local needs on the island of Lombok.
Head of Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health NTB Hery Erpan mnengatakan Rayes, the work done by PT. RNI is appropriate because NTB is a source of beef cattle. Tail of the potential 106,000 cattle, 32,500 NTB can set quotas tail.
Potential of beef cattle in NTB does not include unrecorded about 45,000 birds. While the beef quota seeds, both males and females up to 22,000 head of as many as 41,000 potential tail.

Oliver Wyman analysis of the automotive industry’s structural change 2.0: Fine line for medium-sized suppliers

jaysonhyd   January 18, 2017  
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The automotive industry will be facing enormous challenges over the next few years. In the wake of the expected growth, OEMs and suppliers will have to deal with the next wave of structural change. While this will open up new opportunities, it will also require huge investments. Even today, the financial scope for manoeuvre of many suppliers is limited – not least due to low profitability and increasingly demanding investors. This means that the classic medium-sized automotive suppliers are walking a fine line. If they want to accept structural change 2.0 and the associated costs, they will have to work primarily on their strategic orientation and operational excellence, thereby ensuring their profitability and creditworthiness. These are the findings of the Oliver Wyman study on the impact of the structural change involving the supplier industry.

In the next few years, globalization and technological progress will bring dynamism and growth to the automotive industry across the world. The major emerging countries are still developing rapidly, and so further accelerating the regional market shift. In China alone, annual car production volume will almost double by 2020 (from 18 to 33 million vehicles). In India it is expected to nearly triple from four to 11 million. Traditional automotive regions such as Western and Southern Europe are stagnating due, in particular, to low sales. In June 2013, for instance, the Western European car market lost more than five percent compared to June 2012.

Furthermore, OEMs, owing to their increasing focus, will in the future assign an increasing number of tasks to suppliers. Especially in research and development and in production, suppliers will gain additional value components. According to Oliver Wyman, automotive value creation in 2025 will amount to 1.25 billion euros. Of this amount, 69 percent will go to suppliers – a clear increase as against the 61 percent from 840 billion euros in 2012. Ultimately, the complexity of the product range is taking on new dimensions. More than ever, the automotive industry will be shaped in the next few years by new vehicle concepts, new models and new technologies.

High capital requirements – cheap debt financing but only with an intact business model

The imminent growth will trigger the next wave of structural change. For all players in the automotive industry, this will open up major opportunities. But the fact is that only profitable and financially strong suppliers will be able to make the necessary investments in global structures and new technologies. “It is precisely the medium-sized supplier landscape that is under huge pressure from the creation of structures for the expected growth outside their home region,” emphasizes Lars Stolz, a partner at Oliver Wyman. “Many could see their profitability severely impaired for a long time”. In fact, over the next few years there will be high investment requirements. Even the structural adjustments of recent years required enormous expenditure and had significant consequences for profitability. Total depreciation on investments in value-creation structures and expenditure on research, product development and management increased from 2008 to 2011 on an annual average from 19.1 to 20.3 percent of sales, while operating income fell internationally on average from 7.5 to 5.5 percent.

However, much higher investment and additional expenses will be needed for the forthcoming structural change and the related, but repeated, transition to a new value system. This will put profitability once again, and much more severely, under pressure. According to calculations by Oliver Wyman these structurally related costs could amount in the transitional phase to up to 23.3 percent of sales and push down operating profit to only 2.5 percent on average. For a supplier with a turnover of 300 million euros, for example, such an increase would mean an additional cost of around 10 million euros and make the profits shrink accordingly. An operating margin of 2.5 percent will only in the rarest cases be sufficient to achieve a positive result after interest and tax.

In addition, the global automotive industry does not enjoy linear growth, but is subject to considerable fluctuations. If revenues fail to meet expectations in periods of high investment, the profit could slip even faster below the zero line. Without adequate profitability cushions, however, most suppliers are unlikely to be able to handle structural change 2.0 on their own. External financing is in turn experiencing certain difficulties. Due to the tightening of risk management requirements, banks are required to scrutinize the creditworthiness of companies more closely. This will also be felt by the automotive suppliers. Successful and profitable suppliers currently benefit from low interest rates and good availability of debt. Companies with an unclear business model or an unfavorable competitive position, however, are finding access to much-needed external funding more difficult.

Localized globalization required

Especially small suppliers maintaining strong customer relationships with manufacturers headquartered in their home region have only occasionally driven the structural change in recent years and participate in the international expansion mostly through exports. This was possible because the OEMs frequently still supplied new markets from their home region. In the future, however, the clocks of globalization will be ticking differently. The automakers will establish an increasing number of development centers and numerous production locations in te major emerging economies, especially China, but also in America, something they now also expect from their suppliers.

If small suppliers want to continue to benefit from the global volume growth, they need to swim in the waters of their customers and create the corresponding structures on site. But most of them have neither the financial resources nor the profitability to make the necessary investments. “For many medium-sized suppliers, it is five to twelve,” said Tom Sieber of Oliver Wyman. “Now they are paying for having, in the past, mostly stood by and watched the decline of their profitability. If they do not act rapidly, they will be putting the existence of their company at risk because they lack the resources for future growth.”

Rethinking needed

More rigorously than ever the medium-sized suppliers now have to work on their strategic positioning – and from a long-term perspective. This includes, among other things, clear footprint and portfolio strategies, but also the strategic definition of high-value activities and their own value-creation contribution. At the same time, it is important to be well prepared not only in purchasing, production or development. The challenge is to be better than the competition in all segments of the entire value chain in order to be able to set yourself apart. This includes the optimal selection and prioritization of projects, a professional purchasing organization, strict cost management, optimizing production efficiency and quality and the outsourcing of logistics processes.

Moreover, medium-sized suppliers should be open to all financing options – whether corporate bonds or subordinated loans, or capital inflow through private equity partnerships, or other strategic investors. “The line between getting through and crashing is extremely narrow,” admits Mr. Stolz. “Anyone who does not want to slip into the red and risk a liquidity bottleneck should now adopt the right strategic orientation and, in operational terms, concentrate massively on profitability”.

ABOUT OLIVER WYMAN

Oliver Wyman is a leading global management consulting firm with 3,000 employees worldwide in more than 50 offices in 25 countries. The company combines in-depth industry knowledge with specialized expertise in strategy development, process design, risk management and organizational consultancy. Together with its clients, Oliver Wyman designs and implements sustainable growth strategies. We help companies to improve their business models, processes, IT, risk structures and organizations, accelerate processing and to leverage market opportunities. Oliver Wyman is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies (NYSE:MMC – News). For more information, seewww.oliverwyman.de. Follow Oliver Wyman on Twitter @OliverWyman.

It is precisely the classic medium-sized automotive suppliers who are having to walk a fine line. If they want to overcome structural change 2.0 and curb the associated costs, they will have to work above all on their strategic orientation and operational excellence, thereby ensuring their profitability and creditworthiness.

Gold mining production Mauritania Normal Walking

jaysonhyd   January 18, 2017  
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A gold mining strike in Mauritania, the third largest company-owned Kinross, Canada, did not have an impact on production, the company said on Friday.

A union spokesman said Thursday that the strike was triggered wages and working conditions over 1,500 local staff and making production in the mining Tasiat within 400 kilometers northeast of the capital of Mauritania, Nouakchott stalled.

But a spokesman for Tasiast Mauritanie Limited SA, a unit of Kinross said the process is still running and???? Production is maintained at the planned level.

He said an agreement has been reached five of the six demands of the strikers.

Open pit mine producing 185 334 ounces of gold in 2012, it is owned by Kinross, according to the company website.