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.
JAKARTA – PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk (DSNG) increase the production of crude palm oil (CPO) to 145 397 tonnes in the first half of 2013, an increase of 31.1 percent compared with the same period last year.
Director of Dharma Satya Nusantara, Djojo Boentoro, revealing CPO sales volume also increased significantly by 30.5 percent to 147 693 tonnes. The Company also recorded an increase in the production of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) during the period January to June 2013 reached 555,570 tons, an increase of 28 percent year on year.
“TBS is processed to reach 600 350 tonnes, up 35.0% from a year ago, which is obtained from the core plantations, smallholders and third parties,” he said in a press release on Tuesday (30/07/2013).
He explained that the increase in FFB production volume due to increased crop area grown and the age of the company’s plants. Mature plants increased the total area of 42 333 hectares in 2012 to 48,470 hectares in 2013. Meanwhile, the productivity of FFB per hectare to 11.9 tonnes per hectare increased by 9% over the same period the previous year.
The company targets the padatahun new planting could be 8,000 acres, consisting of the core consisting of 4,200 and 3,800 for a plasma.
Related to financial performance, DSNG successfully posted net sales of Rp 1.7 trillion, or relatively equal to sales in the same period last year, in the midst of the recent decline in CPO prices.
JAKARTA – PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk (DSNG) in the first semester of 2013 successfully increased CPO production to 145.397 tonnes, up 31.1% over the same period last year. While CPO sales volume increased 30.5% to 147.693 tons.
The Company also recorded an increase in the production of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) during the period January to June 2013, which reached 555,570 tons, an increase of 28% compared to the same period the previous year. FFB processed while reaching 600 350 tonnes, up 35% from a year ago, which is obtained from the core plantations, smallholders and third parties. In terms of efficiency, up to June 2013, the company also managed to maintain the Oil Extraction Rate (OER) CPO average level of 24.2% and an average of Free Fatty Acids (FFA) of about 2.6%.
Djojo Boentoro, President Director of PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk, said in a press release FFB production volume increases due to increasing crop area is mature and age of the Company’s plants. Mature plants increased the total area of 42 333 hectares in 2012 to 48,470 hectares in 2013, while the productivity of FFB per hectare to 11.9 tonnes per hectare increased by 9% over the same period the previous year.
The expansion of the Company is still in accordance with the schedule. “Progress of new plantings which the Company achieved in the period January to June 2013 reached 4,195 hectares, an increase of 116% over the same period last year, so the amount of acreage planted until June 2013 has reached 65,247 hectares.
Until the end of 2013, the company expects the new plantings to 8,000 hectares, which comprised consists of 4,200 to 3,800 for the core and plasma.
In order to enhance its production, Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) of Japan through its subsidiary PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN) announced it will begin production of engines for vehicles other than * IMV (Innovative International Multi-Purpose Vehicle) series in a new plant that will operate at half early 2016.
Location of a new plant adjacent to the factory in Karawang TMMIN existing. Previously, Toyota has announced the purchase of 150 hectares of land to be used for the construction of a new engine plant in November of 2012.
Plant with a production capacity of 216,000 units this year with an investment of 2.3 trillion rupiah, or about 23 billion yen. TMMIN also plans to increase the workforce by 400 people in line with the production activities at the plant. More than 50 percent of the production will be exported to the global market, Toyota released Friday (26/07).
Construction of this plant in order for the development of Indonesia’s automotive industry. In addition, Toyota also always developing products that exceed customer expectations in line with the spirit to contribute significantly in the development of Indonesia’s automotive industry.
For now TMMIN engine producing around 195,000 units per year for vehicle type 1 IMV in Sunter, North Jakarta factory to meet the needs of the domestic market and also exports to several countries in the ASEAN region, Latin America and Africa. Combination existing engine plant and a new engine plant will make TMMIN as one of the production bases and supply are very important for Toyota globally.
Central Bureau of Statistics Provisni Jambi noted that soybean production in the region in 2012 decreased by 37.98 percent or as much as 2,153 tons of dry beans than in 2011.
“Jambi soybean production in 2012 totaled only 3,516 tons of dried beans or decreased production of 2,153 tons of dry beans 37.98 percent over the previous year,” said Head of BPS Jambi in Jambi Rusdiansyah Jos on Monday.
Decline in soybean production is due to decrease in harvested area of 1,754 hectares or 38.44 percent, while productivity rose by 0.10 quintals per hectare (0.81 per cent), he said.
Meanwhile, in 2013, soybean production is expected to increase to 3,525 tons of dry beans or an increase of 9 tonnes (0.26 per cent).
Jambi soybean production in 2012 contributed to the national soybean production of 0.42 per cent while the contribution of the island of Sumatra to the national soybean production in 2012 amounted to only 10.45 per cent and more than 50 percent is produced in Java.
In the year 2013 based on forecast figures (Aram I) soybean production is expected to be increased slightly to 3,525 tons, up by 0.26 percent compared to the year 2012.
This increase is expected to be achieved through the increase in harvested area and productivity through a variety of programs the Department of Crop related to an increase in soybean production.
Patterns of different soybean harvest rice and corn harvest patterns, where the pattern occurs at the highest soybean harvest subround II (May to August).
So that the three crops (rice, corn and soybeans) have a different pattern of harvesting the crops with other crops.
As for the highest harvest area in each subround not the same. Pattern soybean harvest in 2013 is estimated to harvest highest in sub round III, in contrast to the pattern of the 2011 harvest and 2012 where the highest harvest in subround II.
Differences in the pattern in which the highest yielding crop in 2013 subround III expected because of the shift in the growing season, he said.
Indian motorcycle manufacturer TVS already has an assembly plant in Karawang. The factory started up since 2007 in 2.5 minutes could give birth to 1 unit of TVS motors.
The factory is located in Industrial area Suryacipta City Jl. Surya Madya I Kav. 1-30 Kutanegara Village, cikampek 41 361 East Karawang, West Java.
It was announced by TVS Motor Vehicle Assembling Indonesia, Agus Ahmad Yani told reporters on the sidelines of TVS factory visits, on Tuesday (07/23/2013).
“Every 2.5 minutes of birth 1 unit of TVS motors here. Granted my opinion is still quite long but it was good enough for us,” said Agus.
In one day the factory has an area of 20 hectares, is capable of producing 150 to 200 units of TVS Motor and consists of 1 line to 1 line for import and export.
“If the 1-year total of approximately 30,000 units and 40 percent for domestic, and 60 percent more for export,” he explained.
To export itself, TVS factory in Karawang cater to several countries in Southeast Asia such as Myanmar, Iran to the Philippines.
“For one month export around 1,000 to 2,000 units and send the type of motor sport ducks and the TVS Rockz, Sport Apache,” he added.
Meanwhile, there are 2 parts to export the CKD and SKD. “For our full part CKD, SKD form that unit but removable front and rear tires,” he concluded.