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South Korea Build Textiles and Shoes Factory Value Rp 1.5 Trillion In Jepara PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Thursday, 12 May 2016

Companies from South Korea (ROK), is currently in the construction process to realize its investment in the textile sector and shoes valued at US $ 120 million or equivalent to Rp 1.5 trillion (exchange rate of Rp 13,000 per US dollar). Based on reports received by the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), the company is targeting in September 2016 can perform the commercial production stage.

 

Head of BKPM, Franky Sibarani welcomed the process of realization of the investment made by the company because it can contribute in terms of employment at the location of the investment, Jepara, Central Java.

 

"One of the companies that are in the construction phase, which is located in Jepara, Central Java, is expected commercial production in early September 2016. The company will absorb more than 20,000 workers with an investment plan of US $ 120 million. With the creation of jobs can help the government's goal to create 2 million jobs this year, "said Franky.

 

BKPM has been assisting and facilitating the investment process through coordination with the Provincial Government of Central Java, Jepara regency and PT PLN in relation to the distribution of electrical supplies.

 

"One of the company's main concern is related to the availability of sustainable electricity, without electricity they will be hard to optimize their production capacity," he said.

 

More Franky said that with the successful investors opened factories in Central Java, is expected to be followed by other companies from South Korea will expand their factories to Central Java. BKPM Chief Representative in South Korea, Imam Soejoedi added, many South Korean companies in the field of labor-intensive industries that asked prospective locations for relocating their factories.

 

"Some of the questions most often asked is about the availability of labor, how often workers demo in the area, UMR and the availability of infrastructure and SMEs," he said.

 

Imam considers that although some South Korean company already has a plant in Indonesia, but the expansion of investment decisions depend headquarters in South Korea.

 

"We as representatives of BKPM continue to coordinate with the Embassy in Seoul to establish intensive communication with the company," he concluded.

 

South Korean investors, including active investments in Indonesia. BKPM recorded for the first quarter period of 2016, South Korea was ranked sixth on the list of investment origin to Indonesia with an investment of US $ 188 million consisted of 435 projects and absorb 28 349 workers.

 

Investment coming from South Korea last year totaled US $ 1.2 billion, growing by 7.6% from the same period the previous year. Since 2010-2015, the value of the investment coming from South Korea reached US $ 8 billion. During the period, the incoming sector is dominated by the metal industry sector reached 45%.

 

 

Central Java Favorites Destination For Textiles Investment

 

 

Franky added, Central Java is currently a favorite investment destination for labor-intensive sectors, particularly textiles. He was referring to BKPM data in which the realization of investments in the textile sector is the highest in Central Java in Indonesia in the first quarter 2016.

 

BKPM recorded that the textile sector investment in Central Java reached Rp 2.1 trillion, or about 57.5%, and absorb 23 893 workers. Next West Java Rp 910 billion and absorb 10 603 workers, and Banten Rp 529 billion and absorb 1,137 workers.

 

Central Java continue the trend in 2015 as the region with the highest investment realization for the textile sector. BKPM recorded investment realization textile sectors in Central Java reached Rp 4.6 trillion and 79 131 workers. This figure surpassed West Java, with the realization of textile investment of Rp 2.8 trillion and 44 617 workers.

 

 

 

Korea Selatan Membangun Pabrik Tekstil dan Sepatu Senilai  Rp 1,5 Triliun Di Jepara

 

 

Perusahaan asal Korea Selatan (Korsel) saat ini dalam proses konstruksi untuk merealisasikan investasinya di sektor tekstil dan sepatu senilai US$ 120 Juta atau setara Rp 1,5 triliun (kurs Rp 13.000 per dolar AS). Berdasar laporan yang diterima Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal (BKPM), perusahaan menargetkan pada bulan September 2016 dapat melakukan tahap produksi komersial.

 

Kepala BKPM, Franky Sibarani menyambut baik proses realisasi investasi yang dilakukan perusahaan karena dapat memberi kontribusi dalam hal penyerapan tenaga kerja di lokasi investasinya, Jepara, Jawa Tengah.

 

"Salah satu perusahaan yang sedang dalam tahap konstruksi, yang berlokasi di Kabupaten Jepara, Jawa Tengah, diperkirakan akan produksi komersial awal September 2016. Perusahaan ini akan menyerap lebih dari 20.000 tenaga kerja dengan rencana investasi sebesar US$ 120 juta. Dengan penciptaan lapangan kerja tersebut dapat membantu target pemerintah untuk menciptakan 2 juta lapangan kerja tahun ini," ujar Franky .

 

BKPM telah membantu dan memfasilitasi proses investasi ini melalui koordinasi dengan Pemprov Jawa Tengah, Pemkab Jepara serta PT PLN terkait dengan distribusi pasokan listrik.

 

"Salah satu concern utama perusahaan adalah terkait ketersediaan listrik yang berkelanjutan, tanpa listrik mereka akan sulit mengoptimalkan kapasitas produksi mereka," katanya.

 

Lebih lanjut Franky menyampaikan bahwa dengan suksesnya investor membuka pabrik di Jawa Tengah, nantinya diharapkan akan diikuti perusahaan dari Korsel lainnya yang akan melakukan ekspansi pabrik mereka ke Jawa Tengah. Kepala Perwakilan BKPM di Korsel, Imam Soejoedi menambahkan, banyak perusahaan Korsel di bidang industri padat karya yang menanyakan lokasi prospektif untuk relokasi pabrik mereka.

 

"Beberapa pertanyaan yang paling sering diajukan adalah mengenai ketersediaan tenaga kerja, sering tidaknya demo buruh di daerah tersebut, ketersediaan infrastruktur serta UMR dan UMK," paparnya.

 

Imam menilai bahwa meskipun beberapa perusahaan Korsel sudah memiliki pabrik di Indonesia namun keputusan ekspansi investasi tergantung kantor pusatnya di Korsel.

 

"Kami sebagai perwakilan BKPM terus berkoordinasi dengan KBRI Seoul untuk menjalin komunikasi intensif dengan perusahaan tersebut," pungkasnya.

 

Investor Korea Selatan termasuk yang aktif melakukan penanaman modal di Indonesia. BKPM mencatat untuk periode triwulan pertama 2016, Korsel berada di peringkat 6 dari daftar asal investasi ke Indonesia dengan nilai investasi mencapai US$ 188 juta terdiri dari 435 proyek dan menyerap 28.349 tenaga kerja.

 

Investasi yang masuk dari Korsel tahun lalu mencapai US$ 1,2 miliar, tumbuh sebesar 7,6% dari periode yang sama tahun sebelumnya. Sejak 2010-2015, nilai investasi yang masuk dari Korsel mencapai angka US$ 8 miliar. Dalam periode tersebut sektor yang masuk didominasi oleh sektor industri logam mencapai 45%.

 

 

Jawa Tengah Tujuan Investasi Favorit Tekstil

 

 

Franky menambahkan, Jawa Tengah saat ini menjadi tujuan investasi favorit untuk sektor padat karya, khususnya tekstil. Dia merujuk kepada data BKPM di mana realisasi investasi sektor tekstil di Jawa Tengah merupakan yang tertinggi di Indonesia pada Triwulan I 2016.

 

BKPM mencatat realisasi investasi sektor tekstil di Jawa Tengah mencapai Rp 2,1 triliun atau sekitar 57,5%, dan menyerap 23.893 tenaga kerja. Berikutnya Jawa Barat Rp 910 miliar dan menyerap 10.603 tenaga kerja, serta Banten Rp 529 miliar dan menyerap 1.137 tenaga kerja.

 

Jawa Tengah melanjutkan tren di 2015 sebagai wilayah dengan realisasi investasi tertinggi untuk sektor tekstil. BKPM mencatat realisasi investasi sektor tesktil di Jawa Tengah mencapai Rp 4,6 triliun dan menyerap 79.131 tenaga kerja. Angka ini mengungguli Jawa Barat dengan realisasi investasi tekstil sebesar Rp 2,8 triliun dan menyerap 44.617 tenaga kerja.

 
		
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