Face widths, Fueling Team Empowerment and Family Welfare (PKK) Purbalingga held a bazaar. This time it was held in the village of Losari District Apex court over two days, Tuesday – Wednesday (30-31/7).
Chairman PKK Purbalingga, Sudarli Sudjatmoko Heru said the activity is a concern held by the PKK against cheap basic food needs for the community, especially the poor.
“In order to ensure cheap food packages on target, we give coupons to those entitled to purchase,” he said.
Overall, further Sudarli, turnover of sales of goods that are provided for low market activity reached USD 158.475 million. With total subsidies provided by the Department and women’s organizations market participants priced Rp 40.975 million.
Meanwhile, Purbalingga Regent Heru Sudjatmoko, when opening the asking people who have better financial capability, providing opportunities brothers underprivileged citizens, to first utilize the facilities provided cheap groceries.
“That is, give an opportunity to the people who duitnya bit. Allow their first purchase, so that they can be assisted in meeting their needs before Eid,” he said.
Face widths, Fueling Team Empowerment and Family Welfare (PKK) Purbalingga held a bazaar. This time it was held in the village of Losari District Apex court over two days, Tuesday – Wednesday (30-31/7).
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.
JAKARTA– Customers can complain to the Financial Services Authority (FSA) if aggrieved by the financial industry. In addition, the FSA will also provide facilities to the settlement of a dispute with a customer related financial services company.
The field of Education and the Commissioner of Consumer Protection Kusumaningtuti Soetiono FSA said the facility’s completion of customer complaints made to the complaint which indicate disputes in the financial services sector.
“But there are conditions that must be met if the customers want to complain about cases of negligence related to the financial services industry, both banks, non-banks, insurance and capital markets to us,” said Kusumaningtuti during a press conference in his office, Jakarta, Tuesday (30/7 / 2013).
Terms include a maximum nominal value of Rp 500 million loss for customers in banking, capital markets, pension funds, life insurance, financing, mortgage companies or guarantees.
Meanwhile, general insurance, could face losses reported to the FSA maximum of Rp 750 million.
To that end, the aggrieved customer can submit a written application along with supporting documents related to the complaint. On the other hand, financial services businesses has also made efforts to resolve the complaint.
“However, customers are not able to accept the settlement or have passed the deadline as stipulated in the rules of the FSA,” he added.
Kusumaningtuti adds, filed this complaint is not a dispute that is being or has been decided by the courts or other mediating institutions.
In addition, the complaint merely civil, have never facilitated FSA and the complaint does not exceed 60 working days from the date of settlement of complaints result businesses of financial services to consumers.
Performance PT Garam (Persero) until the first quarter of 2013 was still less than satisfactory due to the decreased production of salt. This was stated by Minister of State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Dahlan Iskan. Even so, the former president director of PLN is informed with the condition.
“Salt is still bad performance. See it continues to rain, wet dry so it can not harvest the salt. These three months can not be production, but because of the weather so what can we do,” Dahlan said in Jakarta on Monday (22/7).
Dahlan stated that the manufacturer and distributor of salt salt production recorded a decrease to 40 percent due to weather uncertainty. In addition to salt, some sugar mills owned owned company also decreased production.
“If the sugar factory is still good, but not as good as planned. Farmers can not harvest cane, difficult and high cost of transport, wet mud and cane sweetness level is also declining,” said Dahlan.
Eating, Dahlan says, red plate sugar financial statements have not been better than last year. “Growth slumped 30 percent,” he said.
Freddy Budiman name drug kingpin back to attention. Was sentenced to death for allegedly getting special facilities languishing in prisons Narcotics Prison. Woman claiming to be his close friend, Vanny Rossyanne, reveals, there is a special room which is used in prisons with Freddy. Vanny’s recognition also resulted in dismissal of the Head of the Narcotics Prison, Thurman Hutapea.
Not just about to do with Freddy, Vanny also mentioned, Freddy is still in control of its business in the prison. 2012 last year, Freddy is known to bring in large quantities of ecstasy pills from China. He could still organize smuggling 1,412,475 ecstasy pills from China and 400,000 ecstasy from the Netherlands.
Alleged business run from behind prison reminiscent of the stories that have been revealed by the ex-convict case Bulog funds, Rahardi Ramelan, which had languished in Cipinang. In 2008, he launched a book Cipinang Underdeveloped Villages. Business Rahardi expressed in the book is not a big business that operated as Freddy.
This paper has also been published in Kompas.com in August 2008.
DJ a prisoner who has long been Palkam (Head Room), control of oil trading land and drinking water, and reputedly derived turnover up to 15 million per day.
For two years in Cipinang, in addition to support two wives with 5 children, it can help finance the manufacture of his family home in the village.
All trade turnover estimated at Cipinang could reach USD 100 million per day. Biggest business is the sale of cigarettes, because not only serve inmates but also staff and officials.
That footage stories poured ex-convict case Bulog funds, Rahardi Ramelan in his village Cipinang Disadvantaged.
Former head of Bulog, said he was likened Cipinang tub underdeveloped villages. Why?
“Yes, because in it there are educational baseball, baseball’s okay, just behind the village rich,” said Rahardi, Wednesday (20/08/2008).
Story in 190 pages thick book that is the story of his experiences while serving a sentence since August 2005 until September 2006. “During my LP instead in fat, added weight 4 pounds because baseball thinking anything,” he continued.
One of the stories are quite interesting diutarakannya matter of business is in prison in East Jakarta numbers. Description Rahardi described, in almost every residential block long Cipinang there are many stalls that provide all the necessities of life like a supermarket.
Various goods supplied ranging from fast food, instant noodles, coffee, rice, and wheat. In fact, fresh vegetables and necessities like toothbrush, flip-flops, and was full of drugs available. This stalls flourished because of the food supplied Prison inmates are considered less standard.
“The quality and taste is very drab, no flavor other than salt,” writes Rahardi.
When new prisons were in operation, conditions are not much different. In new prison, not allowed to cook in the room, despite the fact that there are many kitchens that operate there. There are no less than 10 stalls and stalls selling a variety of foods, such as satay stalls, grilled fish, food stall, vegetables, up to a phone repair stall.
In addition to business stalls, Rahardi also tells how the penjenguk collected money (although the numbers seikhlasnya) will now visit detained relatives. Which is, of course, being the business of the prison officers.
“It’s time to come clean about the situation in the penitentiary or other government agencies. Actors who do not always blame. System we have created such a circumstance. Required overall settlement, including the welfare of employees,” said Rahardi. When asked whether he was not afraid to reveal the practices that take place in prisons, Chairman of Indonesian Association of Prisoners is just laughing. “Enggaklah, why be afraid. I’m just writing what I know, what I experienced during my imprisonment,” he said briefly.
In addition to all the food stalls and daily necessities, one of the lively business and serve as a way to transfer the money by inmates is selling pulses. How can that be?
Family or relatives to use way to transfer a number of pulses to the cell phone number of the inmates. Pulse that has been transferred is then sold to other inmates. In order to get cash fast manner, often times the pulses are sold much cheaper than the market price.
Pulse with a value of Rp 100 thousand sold at Rp 80 thousand, and at certain times can drop to Rp 75 thousand. “Every morning and afternoon, I heard cries of ‘sympathy, emtri, Eksel cepe’. Cry is not only one time but several times and made a few people. Apparently, they are the peddlers pulse trace around the halls of LP in residential blocks, as well as itinerant traders offering satay skewers in the surrounding residential areas, “writes Rahardi.
They are used to peddle pulse is mostly “under the child”, the lowest caste among the prisoners. “Children under” rarely visited family and did not provide a financial contribution for the purposes of room. The main buyers of these pulses are officers and officials and their families.
The rise of trade credit is not due to the high level of mobile phone use in prison, but because the inmates forced their daily financial needs. At the very least, they should provide the cost for money rooms, meal money, buy water, cigarettes, and others. Not to mention for the levies that often occur.
Most of the inmates hang financial fulfillment of families who visit. Transferring money via pulses considered safest of the various “circumcision”. Imagine, if directly give cash during a visit, perhaps none are up to half the inmates.
Productivity of soybean in Indonesia is still relatively lacking. Per year, the total production of soybean Indonesia only reached about 600 thousand tons. Still far below the needs of up to 1.5 million tons / year. What causes it?
Head of Research and Development of the Ministry of Agriculture Haryono said, the lack of production of soybean is caused due to several factors. Therefore, soy is not going to be able to meet the self-sufficiency by 2014.
“Soy is the first difficulty for nothing. For the price, but thank God there is now Rp 7,000 COGS so farmers excited again although a bit slow,” Haryono said when met at the Central Bureau of Research and Development of Ministry of Agriculture, Jalan Ragunan, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Thursday (25 / 7/2013).
Haryono said, farmers had planted soybeans are less excited because the price is relatively lower than other commodities such as onion, garlic, corn, and other horticultural products.
In addition, continued Haryono, land issues were a major obstacle. Soybean plantations in Indonesia currently available only about 500 thousand hectares.
“Back then it was 1.2 million hectares, down by itself as competing with corn and others,” he explained.
Third, the lack of factors that affect the productivity of soybean in Indonesia is a seed. Seed and soybean crops vulnerable to pests and diseases.
“In general, soybean planting is more difficult than growing rice and corn. Due to many pests and diseases, rice can last 6 months, if soy just 3 months,” he said.
PT Pertamina EP record oil and condensate production in the first half of 2013 reached 122,000 barrels per day.
Vice President Exploitation Pertamina EP Herutama Trikoranto in Jakarta on Thursday, said that the production was slightly lower than the target of 123,000 barrels per day.
“We seek the achievement of the target in the second half. Fact, the production until the end of the year is optimistic of 127000-128000 barrels per day,” he said.
Appropriate work program and budget (work program and budget) 2013, Pertamina EP is targeted to produce 132,000 barrels of oil per day.
However, the figure has been revised to 123,000 barrels per day, as the national oil production target derived from the 900,000 to 840,000 barrels per day.
Heru said the achievement of production constraints in the first half mainly due to non-technical problems of land acquisition and licensing, especially in protected forests.
Meanwhile, the technical constraints such as delays in drilling due to “loss of circulation” and below the surface of the issues that make the production is not as expected.
As a result of these constraints, plans to increase production by 11,000 barrels in the first half of 2013, only reached 4,200 barrels per day.
In 2012, Pertamina EP recorded additional production up to 13,500 barrels of the target of 14,200 barrels per day.
“Last year was better, as it has not appeared nontechnical problems,” he said.
According to him, it will increase the re-work (work-over) to the production wells to avoid the constraints of the land acquisition and licensing.
“Work does not need to re-land acquisition and licensing,” he said.
Heru said it expects to produce in the second half to increase again to reach 4,000 barrels per day.
Jakarta – The impact of the recent decline in gold prices makes PT Antam (Persero) Tbk boost production of precious metals in order not to erode the company’s revenue.
“The price of gold is currently down due to the economic turmoil in the U.S. and Europe, but to offset the decline in revenue we actually have to boost gold production, the formula P x V the right price x volume, price drops production should be increased,” said President Director of PT Antam Tattoos Miraza in gathering with the media in Cikini, Jakarta, Thursday (18/07/2013)
Tattoos disclosed, for gold production of the company’s first half of 2013 was 51% above last year’s production of the same period of 2012 (unaudited).
“Gold production in 2012 reached 3.6 tons, compared to last year’s production has already reached 51% in the first half of 2013,” said Tato.
It also occurs in other commodities such as silver produced by Antam is 97% compared to the same period in 2012 and 120% coal.
“The rising price of minerals is still dependent economy America and Europe, specifically the gold market also depends on whether gold is still glancing first or look for alternatives to gold,” he said.
PT Astra International Tbk (ASII) posted a net profit of Rp 8, 8 trillion in the first semester of 2013, down nine percent compared to the same period in 2012 Rp9, 7 trillion.
“The performance of the company and its subsidiaries in the first semester of 2013 showed a slight decrease compared to the first half of 2012,” said President Director ASII, Prijono Sugiarto in a press release here on Tuesday.
He added that Astra’s net income during the first six months of 2013 also decreased by two per cent to Rp94, 3 trillion, compared to the same period in 2012 amounted to Rp95, 9 trillion,
“Although the outlook remains positive domestic demand, increased competition in the automobile market, rising labor costs and declining commodity prices expected to affect the performance of the business in the second half of this year,” he said.
He argues Astra Group activities remain focused on six core business lines, namely the automotive division, financial services, heavy equipment and mining, agribusiness, infrastructure and logistics, and information technology.
Mentioned, several divisions which decreased net income in the first semester of 2013 the automotive division fell by 10 percent to Rp 4, 4 trillion. Net income and mining equipment division fell 24 percent to R1, 4 billion.
Then, the net profit agribusiness division decreased by 25 percent to Rp571 billion. And the net profit and logistics infrastructure division fell by 29 percent to Rp223 billion.
Meanwhile, the division has increased, the financial services division’s net profit rose 19 per cent to Rp2, 1 billion. And, net income and information technology division of Rp55 billion, up two percent compared to the first half of 2012.
Craftsmen cap in Garut regency, West Java, flooded with orders. Their turnover also increased significantly by up to 80 percent of the day usually. “Orders have started much before entering the fast,” said one craftsman, Uus Saefulloh, 34, of Kampung Barileuk, District Samarang, Saturday, July 20, 2013.
According to him, the more ordered cap made of cotton fabric and knitted materials. However, to meet the market demand, he claimed to produce 10 kinds of cap. Goods sold many of them hired skullcap An-Nur and knitted silk screening, screen printing opal, opal knitted, and copies of zam-zam or popularly called Madun Si cap.
In one day, Uus claimed capable of producing 250 to 400 scores to employ more than 10 employees. Price per kodinya varies, depending on the material and the level of difficulty in the making. Start up Rp80.000 50,000 per kodinya. “In sebulun like today, can get a turnover amounting to Rp48 million,” he said.
Other craftsmen, Dian Kusdinar, 40 years old, resident Sukapadang, Tarogong Kidul, admitted, increasing the ordered items will take up ahead of Eid al-Adha. The reason is because many Muslims who used to worship tarawih and silat Id. If before the pilgrimage season, skullcap is usually used as a souvenir. “The business of this production is a routine every year,” he said.
Skullcap from Garut has penetrated the market in Jakarta, Surabaya, Jambi and Padang. Not only that, there are also among the large employers who send skullcap from Garut to be exported to foreign countries such as Middle East countries.