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Written by Maizer   
Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Apindo Secretary Martin B. Chandra said West Java potential to develop the upstream textile industry discussion is great because most of natural resources (SDA) to human resources (HR) is located in West Java. Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo), West Java prompted the government to develop the upstream textile industry in the country.

 

However, to make the upstream industry needs a strong commitment from the government to implement consistently the implementation of regulation does not interfere with other policies.

 

Implementation of the regulations in favor of the development of upstream industries needed due to processing raw materials into semi-finished high costs need.

 

"The value of investments in the upstream sector is much higher than the downstream. Not an easy task when the upstream sector could be developed, for investors who have invested billions of dollars later the United States," he.

 

He gave an example, to process fiber from petroleum as raw material for the manufacture of textiles and textile products (TPT) in the downstream sector as well as the equipment requires highly sophisticated processing machines. This step requires a very high cost to make it happen.

 

However, if regulations were applied inconsistently adversely impact investors. "So in essence, investors want certainty how the upstream sector could be strengthened."

 

With the current state of the downstream textile industry in the country still prefer imported raw materials from outside because they are relatively cheaper.

 

 

Industri Tekstil di Jawa Barat Masih Bisa Berkembang

 

 

Asosiasi Pengusaha Indonesia (Apindo) Jawa Barat mendorong pemerintah untuk mengembangkan industri hulu tekstil di dalam negeri.

 

Sekretaris Apindo Jabar Martin B. Chandra mengatakan potensi Jabar untuk mengembangkan industri hulu tekstil angat besar karena sebagian besar sumber daya alam (SDA) hingga sumber daya manusia (SDM) berada di Jabar.

 

Akan tetapi, untuk membuat industri hulu perlu komitmen kuat dari pemerintah untuk menerapkan implementasi regulasi secara konsisten dengan tidak terganggu dengan kebijakan lain.

 

Implementasi regulasi yang berpihak pada pengembangan industri hulu diperlukan karena untuk mengolah bahan baku menjadi setengah jadi butuh biaya tinggi.

 

"Nilai investasi di sektor hulu jauh lebih tinggi dibandingkan dengan hilir. Bukan perkara mudah apabila sektor hulu bisa dikembangkan, karena investor yang menanamkan modal nantinya mencapai miliaran dolar Amerika Serikat," katanya .

 

Dia mencontohkan, untuk mengolah fiber dari minyak bumi sebagai bahan baku pembuatan tekstil dan produk tekstil (TPT) di sektor hilir memerlukan peralatan serta mesin pengolah yang sangat canggih. Langkah ini memerlukan biaya sangat tinggi untuk merealisasikannya.

 

Akan tetapi, apabila regulasi yang diterapkan tidak konsisten berdampak merugikan bagi investor. "Jadi pada intinya investor ingin ada kepastian bagaimana sektor hulu itu bisa menguat."

 

Dengan keadaan saat ini industri hilir TPT di dalam negeri masih memilih impor bahan baku dari luar karena harganya relatif lebih murah.

 
		
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