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Caught Illegally Used Clothing Sign in Jakarta Through Riau PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 03 August 2016

A total of two thousand bales of used textiles are imported from Japan and South Korea are smuggled by traffickers from the port of mice(illegal port)  in Riau. The amount of the rat lines make a gap for the perpetrators to smuggle goods illegally imported into Indonesia.

 

"We annunciator still a lot of goods from abroad into Indonesia illegally, more specifically through the east coast of Sumatra. If we look at the map of this stuff can come from Korea, China and Japan," said Director Reskrimsus City Police Commissioner Fadil Imran on site Jl Inspection raids in the East Flood Canal, Pulogebang, Cakung, East Jakarta, yesterday.

 

Goods such as clothing, bags and shoes are imported from Japan and South Korea, which then dropped in Malaysia. From Malaysia, the goods are entered through the port of Riau province mice.

 

"From Province Riau to Jakarta, they use the land route across the east coast of Sumatra, through Palembang, Lampung, Bakauheuni then go to Jakarta," said Fadil.

 

In addition to used goods, it also indicated that the syndicate not only import goods used clothing (balpres). "But also to import other goods such as toys, sports shoes, although not as big as balpres," he said.

 

HS suspects as the owner make a profit of up to billions of rupiah per month from sales of clothing and bags as well as the used shoes. Only with a capital of USD 1-1.5 million per bale, the suspect can benefit exponentially.

 

"I think it is quite a big capital. The purchase price or selling in Riau was Rp 1-1.5 million. After arriving in Jakarta that could be sold at USD 2-3 million per bale. If we perceive this 2,216 bales of stay multiplied by Rp 1 -1.5 million USD 6 M means, "he said.

 

Used goods are being distributed by the suspect to a number of traders thrift in Jakarta, Surabaya and Semarang and West Java.

 

Meanwhile, Head of Polda Metro Jaya Sumdaling Ditreskrimsus AKBP Sutarmo say, smuggling junk was revealed from the results of the police investigation against a number of second-hand clothing stall in Pasar Senen, Central Jakarta.

 

"We do reconnaissance against traders in Senen during one instead and it turned out they take junk from here (Cakung)," said Sutarmo.

 

On Friday (29/7) and then, the team then raided a warehouse located behind the Flat Rawabebek. At the site, the police confiscated 2,216 bales of clothing, underwear, pants, bags and used shoes.

 

"From the results of the investigation, interrogation, and check out the scene at this warehouse delivery activities take this item had lasted about three years," added Sutarmo.

 

While relating this mouse paths, the Director of Enforcement and Supervision Directorate General of Customs Harry Mulya said, in anticipation of smuggling illegal import of his office on a routine patrol in eastern Sumatra .

 

"In the last 3 months we integrated patrol from Aceh to southern Sumatra. At that time we were a lot of crack from Aceh, Karimin Hall, a total of 5 thousand bales," said Harry.

 

Although routine patrol activities, but Harry did not dismiss their smuggling because of the many paths that pass mice. Strip mice port is then used by the perpetrators.

 

"Modus find loopholes. As we patrol, they look for a difficult path. Many gap for our beaches and harbor many of our mice are also a lot," he continued

 

While Head of Prosecution and Investigation Customs Riau Abdul Karim said, there are 100 ports in Tembilahan mice, Riau.

 

"The Port of mice very much, in Tembilahan alone more than 100 means along the coast of Sumatra that mice that harbor the potential need extra supervision, meaning that their potential for very large sign with the limitations of our human resources," said Abdul Karim.

 

 

 

 

Tertangkap Baju Bekas Ilegal Masuk Jakarta Melalui Riau

 

 

 

 

Sebanyak 2 Ribu koli tekstil bekas yang diimpor dari Jepang dan Korea Selatan diselundupkan oleh para pelaku lewat pelabuhan tikus di Riau. Banyaknya jalur tikus tersebut menjadikan celah bagi para pelaku untuk menyelundupkan barang-barang impor secara ilegal ke Indonesia.

 

"Kami sinyalir masih banyak barang dari luar negeri yang masuk ke Indonesia secara ilegal, lebih khusus melalui pantai timur Sumatera. Kalau lihat dari peta barang ini bisa datang dari Korea, China dan Jepang," jelas Direktur Reskrimsus Polda Metro Jaya Kombes Fadil Imran di lokasi penggerebekan di Jl Inspeksi Banjir Kanal Timur, Pulogebang, Cakung, Jakarta Timur, kemarin.

 

Barang berupa pakaian, tas dan sepatu tersebut diimpor dari Jepang dan Korea Selatan, yang kemudian didrop di Malaysia. Dari Malaysia, barang tersebut masuk ke Provinsi Riau melalui jalur pelabuhan tikus.

 

"Dari Provonsi Riau ke Jakarta, mereka gunakan jalur darat melintasi pantai timur Sumatera, melalui Palembang, Lampung, Bakauheuni lalu masuk ke Jakarta," imbuh Fadil.

 

Selain barang-barang bekas, pihaknya juga mensinyalir sindikat itu tidak hanya mengimpor barang pakaian bekas (balpres). "Tetapi juga melakukan importasi barang lainnya seperti mainan, sepatu olahraga, walaupun tidak sebesar balpres," cetusnya.

 

Tersangka HS selaku pemilik meraup keuntungan hingga miliaran rupiah per bulannya dari penjualan pakaian dan tas serta sepatu bekas tersebut. Hanya dengan modal Rp 1-1,5 juta per koli, tersangka bisa mendapatkan keuntungan berlipat ganda.

 

"Modal saya kira cukup besar. Harga beli atau jual di Riau itu Rp 1-1,5 juta. Setelah sampai di Jakarta itu bisa dijual Rp 2-3 juta per bal. Kalau yang kita tangkap ini 2.216 bal tinggal dikalikan saja dengan Rp 1-1,5 juta berarti Rp 6 M," paparnya.

 

Barang bekas tersebut didistribusikan oleh tersangka ke sejumlah pedagang barang bekas di kawasan Jakarta, Surabaya dan Semarang serta Jawa Barat.

 

Sementara itu, Kasubdit Sumdaling Ditreskrimsus Polda Metro Jaya AKBP Sutarmo mengatakan, penyelundupan barang bekas itu terungkap dari hasil penyelidikan polisi terhadap sejumlah lapak pakaian bekas di Pasar Senen, Jakpus.

 

"Kami lakukan pengintaian terhadap pedagang di Senen ini selama 1 bukan dan ternyata mereka mengambil barang bekas dari sini (Cakung)," ujar Sutarmo.

 

Pada Jumat (29/7) lalu, timnya kemudian menggerebek gudang yang berada di belakang Rusun Rawabebek itu. Di lokasi, polisi menyita 2.216 koli pakaian, pakaian dalam, celana, tas dan sepatu bekas.

 

"Dari hasil investigasi, interogasi, dan cek TKP di gudang ini aktivitas pengiriman barang bekas ini sudah berlangsung sekitar 3 tahun," imbuh Sutarmo.

 

Sementara terkait jalur tikus ini, Direktur Penindakan dan Pengawasan Ditjen Bea Cukai Harry Mulya mengatakan, untuk mengantisipasi penyelundupan impor ilegal ini pihaknya melakukan patroli rutin di perarian timur Sumatera.

 

"Dalam 3 bulan terakhir kita patroli terpadu mulai dari Aceh sampai Sumatera bagian selatan. Pada saat itu kami banyak menindak mulai dari Aceh, Balai Karimin, total 5 ribuan bal," ujar Harry.

 

Meski rutin dilakukan kegiatan patroli, namun Harry tidak menampik adanya penyelundupan yang lolos karena banyaknya jalur tikus. Jalur pelabuhan tikus ini kemudian dimanfaatkan oleh para pelaku.

 

"Modusnya cari celah. Saat kami patroli ini, mereka mencari jalur yang sulit. Banyak celah karena pantai kita banyak dan pelabuhan tikus kita juga banyak," lanjutnya

 

Sementara Kabid Penindakan dan Penyidikan Bea Cukai Riau Abdul Karim mengatakan, ada 100 pelabuhan tikus di Tembilahan, Riau.

 

"Pelabuhan tikus sangat banyak, di Tembilahan saja lebih dari 100 artinya di sepanjang pantai Sumatera itu potensi pelabuhan tikus sehingga perlu pengawasan ekstra, artinya potensi mereka untuk masuk sangat besar dengan keterbatasan SDM kami," ujar Abdul Karim
 
		
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