20 Inmates in Prison Class I Medaeng, Sidoarjo lucky. Instead of serving a sentence, they are trained in skills to successfully produce 400 pieces of bread in a day.
This gorgeous detainees from morning 06.30 am already looking busy in the kitchen. They make the dough, frying and oven tool set. Not only that, they even became executor team pack shredded bread, pineapple and strawberry with similar plastic bread sold in the market.
“I once had a bakery business before entering prison,” said Marina (32), a prisoner told reporters on Thursday (04/25/2013).
New Marina 3 months languishing in prisons. However, women who were convicted of embezzlement cases admitted fortunate to be elected to the prisoner who became employees ‘home industry’ in the crease.
Yes, Marina is one of the prisoners who passed the selection phase of election workers in the detention home industry bakery Class I Medaeng. Therefore, there are dozens of other inmates who failed to qualify.
“We see, the background of the prisoners who would we give skills. We select the best,” said Karutan Class I Medaeng, Agus Irianto on location.
Within a day, Marina Cs can produce 300-400 pieces of bread. Each bread is priced at Rp 3 thousand. The inmates provide a choice of 10 flavors of bread. Start shredded spicy flavor, sausage, blueberry, pineapple, strawberry, chocolate, cheese and vanilla sus.
“Jump up, fresh from the oven,” said Susi, one of the brothers who are also prisoners Marina.
Flashed a satisfied smile on the lips two beautiful women prisoners. Their pride, because they can do for the benefit around.
Jakarta – Perhaps there are many who are not familiar brown branded ‘Monggo’. However, these home-based gait chocolate brands in the downstream industry is apparently chocolate is no doubt.
Initially in 2003, the trademark only process around 200 kg of semi-finished cocoa beans per month to be a typical chocolate is dark chocolate Monggo. However, in 2011, this cottage industry has to process around 5 tonnes of semi-finished cocoa per month.
Edward Riando Picasauw, cofounder of Mango’s chocolate company declared an increase in its brand of chocolate consumption is due to a shift in public taste that was like chocolate with milk mixture, now became interested in international chocolate flavor that is pure cacao butter with a bitter taste sensation.
“The trend is that consumers prefer milk chocolate, but are now beginning to understand the true chocolate flavor. Monggo Brown’s adaptation of Belgian chocolate, then disinkkronkan with Indonesian taste, like Hazelnut replaced with cashews,” said the man who was fondly called Edo when met at the Chocolate Party on Sunday in the parking lot Sarinah Building, Jalan MH Thamrin, Jakarta, Sunday (11/12/2011).
Edo is not alone, she was with her friend from Belgium, Thierry Detournay produce chocolate with 80 percent of the work of human hands, only 20 percent use the machine. While the raw material comes from the island of Sulawesi, which is the largest cocoa producer in Indonesia.
“The machine we use is only to crush the beans out loud, the rest of the human hand,” he said.
Kotagede origin chocolate began to be marketed throughout Java and Bali. Not surprisingly, the turnover of the company is also translucent USD 1 million in a year. Did not want to stop there, it plans to deliver Edo Go International. With these opportunities, he expects production and turnover can be increased 2-fold.
“Yes hopefully get 2 times as much,” said Edo shy.
The plan, Brown’s home city will gudeg sambangi countries like the United States in 2012. However, Edo states the plan is still awaiting an export license from the Directorate General of Customs.
“There have been many requests to contact us, it’s from Sweden, USA, Holland, Germany, Greendland. Legality But this new aspect of our mismanagement, later only after in-ACC by the Customs, we will be exporting,” he explained.
As an entrepreneur brown, Edo noted several obstacles than in the field of venture capital to develop it. One is the inability of the Indonesian government in determining the price of the chocolate world. Though Indonesia’s position as the third largest producer of cocoa has been very strong in the eyes of the world.
As a result, employers are still brown domestic misgivings at any time if international prices of raw materials rose sharply brown. The reason, most employers will cocoa export to abroad because of the high prices tempted. It can disrupt the production of cocoa in the country if the raw material disappeared in the domestic market.
“Indonesia can not affect the price, it’s still hanging dollars, whereas our third countries cocoa producer, Ivory Coast and Ghana that war could set the price, but then if there is an increase in raw material prices, we are ruined,” he said.
PT Media Nusantara Citra Tbk (MNCN) posted a rise in net income for the period by 21.1 per cent to Rp1, 01 trillion, compared to the previous period in 2012 amounted to Rp834 billion. The increase in profit was also followed by an increase in revenue to Rp 3, 13 trillion compared to previous periods amounting to Rp3, 04 trillion.
As for the company’s direct expenses decreased to Rp1, 31 trillion, compared with the previous Rp1, 45 trillion. While the company’s gross profit increased to Rp1, 81 trillion compared to the previous period in 2012 amounted to Rp1, 59 trillion. Comprehensive income also rose to Rp969 billion compared to the previous amount of Rp849 billion.
Cash and cash equivalents per the company’s June 30, 2013 amounted to Rp381 billion from Rp809 billion for the previous. The company’s total current assets as at 30 June Rp 7, 88 trillion compared to December 31, 2012 amounting to Rp 6, 76 trillion. The amount of non-current assets by June 30, 2013 amounted to Rp2, 37 trillion from Rp2, 19 trillion.
The company’s total current liabilities per June 30, 2013 amounted to Rp2, 36 trillion compared to December 31, 2012 amounted to Rp1, 25 trillion. Long-term liabilities the company June 30, 2013 amounted to Rp291 billion compared to December 31, 2012 amounted to Rp413 billion.
While the total equity of the company June 30, 2013 amounted to Rp 7, 60 trillion, compared with the previous December 31, 2012 amounting to Rp 7, 29 trillion.
PT Bakrie & Brothers Tbk (Bakrie) recorded a profit of Rp 8.36 billion in the first half of 2013, this profit plunged 96% compared to the same period last year of Rp 214.35 billion. The company’s revenue in the same period also fell.
Bakrie Group revenue was recorded Rp 1.95 trillion, down from the acquisition of the first half of 2012 which reached Rp 11.39 trillion.
“It is down when compared to the first half of 2012 revenue gains. This is due to the deconsolidation of our subsidiaries, namely Bakrie Petroleum International Pte. Ltd.. and Subsidiaries, “said President Director of Bakrie and Brothers Bobby Gafur in a press release on Wednesday (07/31/2013).
While the Company’s profit attributable to the parent entity, in the same period also fell from Rp 61.23 billion to Rp 4.86 billion.
“This solid base we believe will further solidify BNBR performance in the future. We will continue to try to push spending and increase business efficiency, “said Bobby.
Bobby explained, during the first six months of 2013, the management company of Bakrie & Brothers has been pressing burden significantly, interest expense and finance in particular through the reduction of the debt portion.
Therefore the Company’s interest expense and finance fell by 78% or Rp 603 billion from Rp 775.79 billion in the first half of 2012, to just stay Rp. 172.78 billion at the end of the first half of this 2013.
Social Security PT (Persero) posted a profit after tax in the first semester of 2013 amounted to Rp 1.69 trillion or 95 percent jump compared to the first half of 2012 amounted to Rp 870 billion. Director of Social Security Masasya G Masassya said that the increase in fee revenue over the first half of 2013 rose 64 percent to Rp 2.87 trillion in the same period last year to Rp 1.75 trillion.
»In the first half of 2013 we recorded a net income contribution of Rp 914.5 billion, surged 205 percent,” he said in a written statement, August 5, 2013.
Total revenue per June 2013 rose 202 percent to Rp 916 billion. Social Security investment income recorded a non-collateral (JHT) in the first semester of 2013 amounted to Rp 1.36 trillion, up 59 percent and revenue management of the investment fund old age insurance up 20 percent.
Social Security an operating profit in the first semester of 2013 rose 84 percent to Rp 3.14 trillion and profit before tax also rose 84 percent to Rp 1.97 trillion.
Director of Finance Social Security Trisanto Herdy adds up to June 2013 the company has been realizing managed fund of Rp 143.6 trillion. That figure represents 96.31 percent of the 2013 target of Rp 149.1 trillion. Additionally in June 2013, the company posted revenue of Rp 9.02 trillion investment or representing 61.72 percent of the 2013 target of Rp 14.6 trillion.
»The results of the development of old-age benefits by June 2013 amounting to Rp 6.32 trillion or 60.06 percent realize the 2013 target of Rp 10.5 trillion,” he said in a written statement.
In terms of net income, Social Security also booked Rp 1.69 trillion as of June 2013, representing 77.43 percent of the 2013 target of Rp 2.19 trillion. Acceptance of Social Security contributions by June 2013 amounted to Rp 12.3 trillion, representing 49.62 per cent of the 2013 target of Rp 24.84 trillion. And payment guarantees by June 2013 amounted to Rp 6.21 trillion or 59.75 percent of the realization of the 2013 target of Rp 10.4 trillion.
Jakarta – Meatballs made readily available large-scale industry. Ranging from traditional markets, modern markets, until the restaurant. However, homemade meatballs cottage industry remains the most savory. Chairman of the Merchants Association Noodles and Meatballs (APMISO) Indonesia has a reason.
According to the Chairman APMISO Trisetyo Budiman, tasty meatballs least determined by the purity of beef used. For meatballs, commonly used secondary cut of beef, such as topside, knuckle, and rump. In fact, those who use the primary cut of meat like a cube roll or tenderloin.
Sure, the price is not cheap raw materials. Moreover, a good meat for meatball ingredients is minimal fat meat. In addition, the composition of which is true meatball is more meat than flour. “8-10 kg of meat at the most appropriate sagunya 4-5 ounces, half a kilo,” Tri said when met at the office detikfood APMISO (29.04.13).
This is where the point distinction meatballs from large industries and cottage industries, namely the composition of meat and flour. Tri argues, large industries that supply supermarkets to sell their products at a low price in order to sell. This is done by increasing the flour over the meat. “More comfortable home industry for daring to give the meatballs with 99% beef,” said Tri.
Tri confident cottage industry will be equivalent to the branded companies. “It is possible, because of the taste (cottage industry) win,” he said optimistically. However, Tri recognizes small businesses still lost the other factors.
An example is the ignorance of a good business location because they do not have access to the information. “If the silent branded’ve visited, emailed, in-fuel,” he said. And he lamented, serving 20% of SMEs in the malls now only discourse. “Policy makers should be encouraged, to provide support to SMEs to the next grade,” he continued.
Tri alone has venture Meatballs Ino who had scattered in Jakarta and outside the city. Most of the home-based industry-made meatballs sold in stores Meatballs Ino. However, those that are sold at retail raw.
In Jakarta, the brand meatballs are quite popular cottage industry in the traditional market is Monalisa. In Bandung, there Midshipman and Meatballs Meatballs Cihampelas. Modern market that target the middle class is usually filled with names like Meatballs Meatballs Kebun Kusno and Orange, which, according to Tri relatively large-scale industry.
JAKARTA,- Menteri Perindustrian RI MS Hidayat menilai prospek investasi di sektor industri akan sangat menjanjikan. Hal ini dilihat baik dari Penanaman Modal Dalam Negeri (PMDN) maupun Penanaman Modal Asing (PMA).
“Prospek investasi, khususnya di sektor industri baik PMDN maupun PMA ke depan sangat menjanjikan,” kata Hidayat dalam siaran pers di Jakarta, Rabu (31/7/2013).
Hidayat mengatakan, sebagai indikator dapat dilihat nilai investasi PMDN sektor industri non migas sampai dengan paruh pertama tahun 2013 sebesar Rp 26,92 triliun. Angka ini meningkat 30,61 persen dibanding periode yang sama tahun lalu.
Di tahun 2010, investasi PMDN yang masuk ke sektor industri sebesar 42,25 persen. Ia juga menyatakan investasi sektor industri berkontribusi 44,40 persen dari total investasi PMDN di semester I tahun 2013.
Di semester I tahun ini, investor dalam negeri banyak berinvestasi pada cabang-cabang industri seperti industri makanan (33,20 persen), industri kertas dan percetakan (18,11 persen), industri logam, mesin, dan elektronik (16,99 persen), dan industri mineral non logam (12,76 persen).
Sementara itu, terjadi peningkatan sebesar 46,7 persen pada nilai investasi PMA di sektor industri non migas sepanjang semester I tahun 2013 dibanding periode yang sama tahun lalu. Tahun 2010 investasi PMA yang masuk ke sektor industri sebesar 20,58 persen.
“Nilai investasi PMA sektor non migas sepanjang semester I tahun 2013 mencapai 8,01 miliar dollar AS,” kata Hidayat.
Adapun cabang-cabang industri yang diminati investor asing pada paruh pertama tahun 2013 ini antara lain industri kendaraan bermotor dan alat transportasi lain (23,37 persen), industri kimia dan farmasi (22,13 persen), industri logam, mesin, dan elektronik (21,54 persen), serta industri makanan (11,83 persen).
Mortgage PT (Persero) recorded a decrease in net income to Rp 718 billion in the first half of 2013. The number is down about 22% when compared with net income in the same period of the previous year of Rp 929 billion. Profit decline was due to a continued decline in the price of gold on the market.
“The decline in gold prices greatly affect the performance of the company’s significant because when the price of gold fell Mortgage loan disbursement will face obstacles because its value will go down as the price of gold down,” said Director of Mortgage Finance Agus Dwi Pramoedya when met at the Central Office Pawn Kramat, Jakarta, Thursday (01/08/2013).
However, he said, although besih profit declined but remains the company’s turnover rose. In the first half of this year, the company’s revenue still grew by 6.5% to Rp 4.1 trillion over the same period the previous year which only Rp 3.8 trillion.
Total assets also go up to Rp 33 trillion in the first half of 2013, an increase of 13% when compared to its total assets in the same period the previous year which reached Rp 29.1 trillion.
From the business side, Pawn is able to achieve a turnover in the pawning business of gold amounting to Rp 46 trillion in the first half of 2013, an increase of 6% from the same period last year of Rp 43 trillion.
“It is conventional. If sharia as of June 2013 was Rp 6 trillion, Rp 5.5 trillion last year finished up 8.6%,” he said.
In addition, the company’s customers also increased 15% to 14.4 million in the first half of 2013, when compared to the same period of the previous year which only 13.7 million.
“Seeing this increase, we believe the mortgage business will continue to grow,” he said.
Head of Industry Trade and Mines, Banyuwangi regency, East Java, Cahyo Hary Purnomo said many small and medium industrial products in the region are less hygienic.
It was, he said, based on the results of government-facilitated product test lab Banyuwangi in Research and Industry Standards Surabaya. Of 52 food and beverage products that are tested only 27 small and medium industries that pass quality standards of products. “The rest do not yet qualify as poor hygiene and sanitation,” he told reporters on Thursday, July 4, 2013.
Hary explained, they were considered not hygienic products for the manufacture not wear gloves, masks and headgear. Small and medium industries also use a lot of water that has been contaminated with the bacteria Escherichia coli. Though product E-coli contaminated prone cause stomach infection.
Even so, Hary claims will not pull the products that did not pass the quality standards. Government, according to Hary, new on stage to socialize about product quality standards to small industries. Department also continued to provide opportunities for small and medium industries which will be testing its products in Research and Industry Standards Surabaya.
In Banyuwangi, there were 16 792 small and medium industries, but only 5,012 are active. Of these 52 new small and medium industries which followed the test product quality standards.
Head of Standardization and Certification Quality System Certification Body Surabaya Siti Rohmah Siregar, recognize products of small and medium industries are still far from the standards of quality. “Their problem is quite complex,” he said in Banyuwangi.
According to Siti majority of small and medium industries yet have a quality management system so as to maintain the quality of the starting raw material to processing is not fixed. Moreover, awareness of small and medium industries for testing this product is very low. During this test a lot of small and medium industry products facilitated by the local government. “Government should provide facilities to the many small and medium industries that testing this product,” he said.
Suliyani, a pastry maker admits not been testing out products to the laboratory. According to him, in addition to the cost of the lab, is also burdened with the cost of transport between Banyuwangi-Surabaya commute. “The cost of transportation is to Rp 500 thousand,” he said.
If you often find is made of shredded chicken and beef, now can be made from the shredded duck meat. It was tasty delicious meal fit friends kemepul warm white rice. As a souvenir was also delicious!
When they travel to the city of Solo, shredded beef definitely be one of the unforgettable souvenirs before returning to Jakarta. Unlike the Solo, Singkawang located in West Kalimantan has a pretty unique souvenir, the shredded duck. Duck is quite easily found in Borneo, and a lot of farmed in rivers.
Snacks made from duck meat is indeed unknown to the outside of Borneo. However, a new cottage industry developed in recent years began to market its products outside the region of the island of Borneo through food fairs held in Jakarta. Starting from these exhibitions, shredded duck began to be known and in demand by masayrakat outside Kalimantan.
When viewed at a glance the shredded duck is like shredded chicken, it’s just that the color is a little darker but not as dark as shredded beef. Duck meat that has been separated from the bones, then mashed and given spices such as garlic, onion, sugar and coconut milk to taste the delicious. Only then dried duck meat fried until browned.
Shredded duck are well known in the area Singkawang is branded Shredded Duck Family. Shredded duck sold in plastic containers with sizes ranging from 100gr. The price also varies mulaid ari Rp Rp 20,000 to Rp 70,000 per pack. If you are visiting the city Singkawang, so make sure these pieces of shredded duck your hand to family and friends.