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Many industry in West Java Will Move to Central Java PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Tuesday, 06 December 2016

Many of the mill plant is planning to pull out of West Java and moved to the industrial area in Central Java. This was in line with the high value of wages in West Java.This was stated by Chairman of the Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo), West Java Dedy Widjaja.

 

"One of the areas which is the goal relocation is to Central Java. Last month, Prime Minister of Singapore and President Jokowi newly opened industrial park in Kendal in Central Java. Purpose and tujuanya was clear to encourage potential industrial areas there, even today, from abroad also glanced Jatenag not to Jabar. Even once the relocation abroad would also happens to Java, "said Dedy.

 

"The move to Java, it gradually. From Bekasi seven companies, five have moved away and 2 more preparation. From Falkirk 10 and 2've moved all of about 20 companies. Yet from other areas, and most of the garment and footwear, "he said.

 

He said the departure of entrepreneurs to jatenag is not separated from employment climate in West Java that are less conducive for entrepreneurs. In addition to its high wages, in Jabar had many labor demonstrations.

 

"Wages in Central Java was far are very cheap compared to the West Java. In fact, the difference can be almost doubled and no demo. As in West Java was the highest wages in Karawang, but there are also demo the most, "he said.

 

Related to that, it hoped the government could keep the investment climate in West Java. So also with the workers, the workers can be expected to understand the condition of employers. So that entrepreneurs can run their business with ease.

 

"The climate is very high labor in West Java. It must be vigilant not to fall into the trap of foreign cargo political content to drop Indonesia in the eyes of the world, so that investors are so reluctant to go to West Java. Edges goods so expensive, it must be maintained, not to lose competitiveness. Though outside the safe safe country, not a demo of workers, "he said.

 

 

Banyak Industri di Jabar bakal Hengkang ke Jateng

 

 

Puluhan pabrik tekstik berencana hengkang dari Jawa Barat dan pindah ke kawasan industri di Jawa Tengah. Hal itu seiring dengan tingginya nilai upah di Jawa Barat.
Hal ini diungkapkan Ketua Asosiasi Pengusaha Indonesia (Apindo) Jawa Barat Dedy Widjaya. Ia  mengatakan, iklim usaha di Jabar saat ini sangat membebani para pengusaha. Sehingga para pengusaha pun saat ini banyak yang berniat untuk merelokasi pabriknya ke daerah lain.

“Salah satu daerah yang menjadi tujuan relokasi adalah ke Jawa Tengah. Bulan lalu, Perdana Menteri Singapura dan Presiden Jokowi baru membuka kawasan industri di kendal Jateng. Maksud dan tujuanya sudah jelas untuk mendorong potensi kawasan industri di sana, bahkan sekarang ini dari luar negeri juga melirik ke Jatenag bukan ke Jabar. Bahkan tadinya yang mau relokasi ke luar negeri pun jadinya ke Jateng,” jelas Dedy.


“Yang pindah ke Jateng, itu bertahap. Dari Bekasi 7 perusahaan, 5 sudah pindah dan 2 lagi persiapan. Dari Karawang 10 dan 2 sudah pindah, semuanya sekitar 20 perusahaan. Belum dari daerah lainnya, dan kebanyakan itu perusahaan garmen dan sepatu,” katanya.


Dikatakannya, hengkangnya para pengusaha ke jatenag memang tidaklah lepas dari iklim ketenagakerjaan di Jabar yang kurang kondusif bagi para pengusaha. Selain karena upahnya yang tinggi, di Jabar pun banyak aksi demo buruh.


“Upah di Jateng itu jauh sangat murah dibandingkan Jawa Barat. Bahkan selisihnya bisa hampir dua kali lipat dan tidak ada demo. Seperti halnya di Jabar upah tertinggi itu ada di Karawang, tapi disana juga demonya yang paling banyak,” katanya.

Terkait itu, pihaknya berharap pemerintah bisa menjaga iklim investasi di Jabar. Begitu juga dengan para buruh, diharapkan para buruh pun bisa mengerti kondisi para pengusaha. Sehingga para pengusaha pun bisa menjalankan usahanya dengan nyaman.

“Iklim perburuhan di Jabar sangat tinggi. Ini harus waspada jangan sampai masuk perangkap muatan muatan politik luar negeri untuk menjatuhkan Indonesia di mata dunia, sehingga dengan itu investor jadi enggan masuk ke Jabar. Ujung-ujungnya barang barang jadi mahal, itu harus dijaga, jangan sampai kehilangan daya saing. Padahal diluar negeri aman aman saja, gak ada demo buruh,” katanya. 

 
		
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