Friday, February 3, 2023

Tag: Primary

The government has requested state owned oil and gas giant PT Pertamina Tbk to be more pro-active in seeking investors for the development of oil refineries in Indonesia. The company should not rely solely on its own funds to finance the projects. […]
Despite its unpopularity in the domestic market, seaweed has become the top export commodity in fisheries industry. Out of 38 provinces in Indonesia, 23 have seaweed production. The fact has made the country a top exporter for seaweed products. The government and the World Bank are helping coastal communities to increase seaweed products. […]
A diverse range of companies in various industries, from natural resources and manufacturing to banking and telecommunications, plays a significant role in the Indonesian economy. These companies also serve as major employers in the country. […]
The government has decided to restructure state-owned plantation company PT Perkebunan Nusantara (PTPN) III into three subholdings and would launch an IPO for one of them, which is the oil palm plantation PalmCo. Deputy Minister for State-Owned Enterprises Pahala Mansury said that the establishment of PalmCo should be completed by the end of 2022 and the IPO will take place in the […]
The Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises has planned to launch an IPO for its fertilizer company PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur (Pupuk Kaltim) in the first semester of 2023. The IPO proceeds will finance the construction of a urea plant with a production capacity of 1.15 million tons and 1 million tons of methanol per year. […]
Aquaculture company PT Central Proteina Prima Tbk (CP Prima) has allocated capital expenditure (Capex) of about IDR 120 billion for its new food processing plant in Kendal Industrial Zone, Central Java. […]
East Kalimantan has been developing its fishery sector – including by financing a fish auction building in Muara Badak district, Kutai Kartanegara regency – since 2017 with a total investment of IDR 165.39 billion. The project is part of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)’s 47 national projects. […]
Kutai Kartanegara regency has been expanding its fishery sector in Kota Bangun district since 2017 with an investment of IDR 59.74 billion. It is part of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)’s 47 national projects. […]
West Papua has been developing a fish cannery industry in Sorong Special Economic Zone (SEZ) with an investment of IDR 1.67 trillion since 2020. The industry is part of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)’s 47 national projects.  […]
Indramayu regency, assisted by the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), is developing a canned fish manufacturing industry in the Losarang district. The project was established in 2018 with an investment worth IDR 1.36 billion. […]
A fish processing industry is being develop in Cirebon regency, a place with high potential for fisheries that is known in the international market. The investment is worth IDR 66 billion and the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) investment project started since 2020. […]
Nunukan is developing a seaweed processing industry development in Nunukan which was established in 2019 with an investment worth IDR19.54 billion said BKPM in the Nunukan area of North Kalimantan. […]
The Province of Banten is developing agroindustry in Cibadak Regency since 2021 with an investment worth IDR179.29 billion. The region is well-known as a rice field producer in Indonesia. The area is highly potential to invest in the food industry. […]
Pangkalan Baru District is having a new animal/fish feed factory developed by Central Bangka Regency, it was established in 2021 with an investment worth IDR5.89 billion. […]
The massive amount of illegal fishing poses a genuine threat to the sovereignty of the Indo-Pacific countries, the majority of which have coastlines and the fisheries sector, which is the source of their economy and food security. This encourages these countries to combat illegal fishing in a variety of ways […]
The Anambas Islands boast a lot of high potentials that have not been fully tapped by Indonesia, it contains a lot of wealth of natural resources and investment opportunities. The island contains Oil and Gas that are abundant in the area, which is managed by foreign and domestic companies. On other sectors, there are opportunities in the fisheries where 98.65% […]
As an archipelagic country that are covered more than half in water, it is more than reasonable for the government of Indonesia to produce maritime products. In this case, they wish to develop a fish canning industry in Sorong Special Economic Zone which is still in development to keep up with the global demand. […]
Honorary titles become less and less popular. Being addressed with those titles is also seen as a snobbish act. The abolition of honorary titles has made interactions a lot simpler and avoiding embarrassment when the incorrect title was used. […]