Traditional lunkhead this one is not a regular lunkhead. Elongated shape wrapped in dried corn leaves are fragrant aroma. Not only is demand-sweet as the dish but also a lot of religious ceremonies was bought as souvenirs.
Not only that Betawi and got lunkhead Garut. Bali also has an icon lunkhead Buleleng famous enough even among guests. Buleleng lunkhead characterized tersediri than on the wrapper also lies in raw materials of manufacture.
Lunkhead Bali or also known as the lunkhead Buleleng has a distinctive taste that sweet sticky and fragrant. The raw material is black rice, coconut milk, and brown sugar. Lunkhead-making process is still quite traditional as done in home-based industries in Buleleng, North Bali is the home city of manufacture.
No wonder if the packaging is very traditional and unique. Each lunkhead wrapped with ‘klobot’ or dried corn leaves. Made slightly elongated shape with both sides tied up using a rope. The smell of dried corn leaves as a wrapper that gives fragrant sensation while enjoying the lunkhead who is solid black.
Another uniqueness, lunkhead Buleleng not packed in boxes or plastic. This lunkhead direnceng so each one lengthwise 10 pieces and hung with raffia. Each renceng sold at Rp 10.000,00. In Bali, Buleleng lunkhead often used as complementary offerings religious ceremonies. Over time this lunkhead much taken by the travelers who come as souvenirs typical of Bali.
This lunkhead can be retained for up to 3 weeks old. Well, if the streets to make sure you buy the resort island of Bali this lunkhead. Besides suitable as a gift because it is distinctive and delicious, reckoning you also have to help preserve traditional cuisine.
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
PT Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk posted a first half net profit of Rp 2.58 trillion or Rp 436 per share, an increase of 22.9% from the same period in 2012. The revenue stood at Rp 11.4 trillion, an increase of 31.9 percent over the same period last year which stood at Rp 8, 6 trillion.
The increase in revenues was supported by the total sales volume increased by 18.3 percent to 12.23 million tons in the first half of 2013. Domestic turnover amounted to 12.14 million tons (up 18.0 percent) and export sales of 0.09 million tonnes (up 170 percent). While the national cement sales volumes (industry) grew 7.5 percent to 27.83 million tons compared to the previous period, which stood at 25.89 million tonnes.
“The increase in sales is outpacing the growth of the Indonesian Cement industry plant operations supported by Tonasa Tuban IV and V and the solid synergies, especially in the field of marketing and distribution in Indonesia Cement Group, so we were able domestic market share increased to 43.6 percent from last year’s 40 , 9 percent, “said President Director of Semen Indonesia, Dwi Soetjipto in a written statement received by Tempo, July 29, 2013.
Of the domestic market, the composition of the Indonesian Cement revenues derived from customers in Java and outside Java almost equal. In the first half of 2013, the Java market accounted for revenue of Rp 5.72 trillion (52.43 percent of total domestic sales), while consumers outside of Java contribute to the revenue of Rp 5.19 trillion or 47.57 percent of the total domestic sales .
In addition to maintaining dominance in the domestic market, Indonesian Cement continues to boost sales to foreign markets, especially countries in Southeast Asia. From January to June this year, Indonesian Cement has achieved record revenues in foreign markets amounted to Rp 511.64 billion. This number jumped 170 percent compared to overseas sales in the first half of last year which was only Rp 30.34 billion.
Is ground transportation services brand Express, Express Transindo Main Tbk PT (TAXI) earned a net profit of Rp 60.5 billion. The amount of net income increased 54% when compared to net income in the same period in 2012 amounting to Rp 39 billion. This achievement exceeded the company’s target of Rp 59 billion.
The rise in net profit driven by the acquisition of the company’s total revenue per June 30, 2013 which reached Rp 331.3 billion, an increase of 40% when compared to the same period of the previous year of Rp 237 billion.
“The Company’s financial performance this semester boast, revenue growth and significant earnings thanks to the success and efficiency of the Company’s expansion strategy, in addition to our success was due to maintaining the quality of service,” said Chief Financial Officer Taxi Express David Santoso in a press release, in Jakarta, Friday (2 / 8/2013).
He said the biggest contribution is still dominated by regular taxi which reached 84%. The rest of the Business Value Added Business Transportation Limousine dominated by vehicles that are in Bali, Lombok, Bandung and Jakarta.
Express regular cab fleet itself which operates to this day more than 8,800 units, which is targeted to reach 10 035 units by year-end.
“This year we expect to be able to add to our regular fleet of 2,000 units,” added David.
For this year, he said, the company aims to add 5 new pool in the area Jadetabek.
According to him, from the target, the Company has been getting 3 new locations for the pool. The Company is currently looking for a location for a second pool. Indeed most current pool still in Jadetabek. In addition to the Jadetabek, Express Group also has a pool in the other areas, namely in Bali, Lombok, Medan, Surabaya and Semarang.
Meanwhile, with regard to the new tariff set Express Group, David explained that it does not affect the Company’s financial.
This is because the Express Group implemented a partnership scheme with the driver, so that the new tariff solely to adjust the driver’s income and maintain the welfare of each individual driver’s partner.
While the driver of the Company’s
Mobile operator Telkomsel recorded a net profit of Rp 15.7 trillion in 2012, growing 22% over the previous year with the growth of 17% to 125 million.
It is delivered in the General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) held recently at the Head Office and attended by the Board of Commissioners Telkomsel Telkomsel.
Noted, all aspects of double-digit growth and exceeded the average Indonesian telecommunications industry, with revenue growth of 12% to Rp 54.5 trillion, including EBITDA in 2012 were also increased to Rp 30.6 trillion, or 11%.
Telkomsel continued positive growth is believed to be a strong foundation to face competition in the telecommunications industry in 2013, is getting tougher by doing a variety of groundbreaking products and services.
“The high confidence to Telkomsel subscribers increasingly cemented as a market leader by the number of subscribers reached 125 million and a 55% market share of the three largest mobile operators in Indonesia,” said Original Brahmin, Corporate Secretary of Telkomsel, Tuesday (04/16/2013).
With 125 million subscribers, Telkomsel is arguably the operator by the number of customers in the world’s sixth largest.
Subsidiary of Telkom also conduct a variety of innovations beyond telco and mobile services and digital data-based businesses, such as by supporting less cash society such as T-Cash and creative industries such as mobile applications and Value Added Services (VAS) other.
Throughout the 2012 SingTel has deployed more than 11,675 3G base stations to fulfill the number of Vodacom 3G base stations to 15 thousand units. Vodacom currently has a total of approximately 54 297 base stations throughout Indonesia.
“Telkomsel has consistently implementing technology roadmap of 3G, HSDPA, HSPA +, as well as being the first operator in Indonesia which successfully tested the service Long Term Evolution (LTE),” First said.
Telkomsel will trust the quality of service has received recognition both nationally and internationally with a number of awards to more than 100 within a period of 18 years serving Indonesia.
Profit before tax Perhutani to end first semester of 2013 reached Rp466 billion, up 179 percent from Renca Budget Work Company (CBP) has been determined.
According to a press release from Perhutani received by AFP in Jakarta, on Saturday, the profit of the many donated from round timber sales in the country reached Rp882 billion and Rp520 billion overseas reach.
In addition, sales of other industries in the country reached Rp232 billion, sales of finished wood products industry from abroad totaled Rp50 billion and sales of processed wood (raw sawn timber) in the country reached 30 billion.
Gondorukem products, processed pine resin is the second largest income producer for Perhutani with the value of exports jumped 12 per cent of the target in the CBP. Perhutani gondorukem export markets are Europe, Japan, China and several other countries. Gondorukem Perhutani is the largest producer in Indonesia and Southeast Asia.
Director Sukmananto Perhutani Bambang said targets and business outlook for the second half of 2013 Perhutani directed at four things, ie achieve the production target node exceeds the first half, giving priority to the principles of sustainable forest management, the industry will begin to prepare for productive use and make savings in anticipation of price increases oil to the forest industry.
Perhutani also has several projects such as the completion of construction of the plant in Pemalang gondorukem derivatives, sago factory in Sorong, Papua Perhutani headquarters and development in collaboration with other state-owned enterprises.
Jakarta – Almost all the boys love toy cars. Who would have thought that nearly all wooden toy cars that are sold in the markets of Jakarta, is the result of handicraft factory UD Glad Son of Mr. Marsa’ad.
“I started this business in 1977. Originally a fad because my previous job bankrupt,” said detikFinance Marsa’ad when met at his shop, Kalibata, Jakarta, Sunday (03/08/2008).
57-year-old inspiration comes from his desire to make an effort to please the kids.
“I thought, who does not like toy cars,” said Marsa’ad.
With a modest capital, entrepreneurs whose real name is Omar is starting to open this business. He then worked with landowners in the Sky View to open a store there.
“So I was working with landowners. He provided land, my products. Distribution system with the results,” said Marsa’ad.
This toy factory located in Karawang. The manufacturer was not a big factory with advanced technology, but a cottage industry factories.
“So in Karawang, I apply a bulk messaging system at home factories there,” said Marsa’ad.
Bulk messaging system is Marsa’ad is purchasing system based on the unit, and the payment is made based on the number of units made. In modern terminology, the system outright Marsa’ad pack style is similar to the system of outsourcing.
“Because if we are using the system pay a bit troublesome. Again if they are lazy, the results of the unit a bit, I still have to pay them,” said Marsa’ad.
Integrated production mechanism is not retained by Marsa’ad for 30 years. Along the way, apparently by a mechanism like that, sir effort Marsa’ad never experienced the glory.
“The number of craftsmen we’ve reached 200 people. When the production very much at all, even exported to the Netherlands, Germany, Australia and Japan,” said Marsa’ad.
When it was the style of pack Marsa’ad craft products are sold in various cities in Indonesia such as Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang, Palembang, Cirebon to Semarang.
“Even now, the actual demand is still very high, but we can not meet because our craftsmen now numbers only 40 puppets,” said Marsa’ad.
According to Mr. Marsa’ad, economic conditions became the main factor that led to the shrinking amount of