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Looking at the Indonesian Garment Industry PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Tuesday, 30 May 2017

You know that some imported products sold at such exorbitant prices are made in Indonesia. In the garment or apparel sector some of the world's products especially fashion turned out to be made in the country. Examples of products such as Guess, Bershka, Zara, and Timberland are made at PT. Sri Rejeki Isman (Sritex). This is quite surprising, given the recognition of domestic production itself is not so great from the community.


Not only about the world's fashion products are done by PT. Sritex, a garment company from Jetis Village, Sukoharjo, Central Java is also working on some of the world's military products. At least until now there are about 30 countries that order uniform military forces. Each country must order different uniform capabilities, ranging from anti-radiation uniforms ordered by the United Arab Emirates to anti-infra-red uniforms ordered by Germany.


In line with PT. Sritex, PT. Pan Brothers, Tbk has also incised the ferocity of the garment industry in Indonesia in the eyes of the world. Pan Brothers together with its 10 subsidiaries has established a strong network of garments both domestically and internationally. Pan Brothers makes world-class products such as Nike, Adidas, The North Face, H & M, S. Oliver, Massimo Dutti, Prada, Under Armor and many more. The company has also tested the marketing with IKEA through a cover product on the sofa.


Regarding the size of the garment industry in Indonesia there must be some who consider this as a stumbling block for Indonesia. There is a judge that the giant fashion companies are choosing Indonesia as a place of manufacture due to wages paid workers in Indonesia are cheap. So they (the entrepreneurs fahion) can reap profits as much as possible. But still, on the other hand the ability of Indonesian workers to create high quality products it can not be underestimated. The existence of textile production with top quality has also become an important element in the development of garment industry in Indonesia.


In fact, the success of the garment industry in Indonesia can not be ruled out. The success of Indonesia flapping the wings with the label "Made in Indonesia" is also a proof that our workers are able to compete with other giant garment companies such as from China, Cambodia, Vietnam, India and even Bangladesh. Going forward, it may require the souls of entrepreneurs to develop this garment sector in the future. Hopefully not only great for producing overseas fashion, it would be great for producing local fashion.



Melihat Besarnya Industri Garmen Indonesia



Kamu tahu gak sih ternyata beberapa produk impor yang dijual dengan harga selangit tersebut beberapa dibuat di Indonesia. Di sektor garmen atau pakaian jadi beberapa produk dunia terutama fashion ternyata dibuat di dalam negeri. Contohnya produk seperti Guess, Bershka, Zara, dan Timberland dibuat di PT. Sri Rejeki Isman (Sritex). Hal tersebut lumayan mengejutkan, mengingat pengakuan produksi dalam negeri sendiri belum begitu besar dari masyarakatnya.


Tidak hanya mengenai produk fashion dunia yang dikerjakan oleh PT. Sritex, perusahaan garmen asal Desa Jetis, Sukoharjo, Jawa Tengah ini juga mengerjakan beberapa produk militer dunia. Setidaknya hingga kini sudah ada sekitar 30 negara yang memesan seragam pasukan militernya. Masing-masing negara tentunya memesan kemampuan seragam yang berbeda, mulai dari seragam anti radiasi yang dipesan Uni Emirat Arab hingga seragam anti infra merah yang dipesan negara Jerman.


Sejalan dengan PT. Sritex, PT. Pan Brothers, Tbk juga ikut menorehkan keganasan industri garmen di Indonesia di mata dunia. Pan Brothers bersama dengan 10 anak perusahaannya telah menancapkan jaringan kuat dalam bidang garmen baik di dalam negeri dan mancanegara. Pan Brothers membuat produk-produk kelas dunia seperti Nike, Adidas, The North Face, H & M, S. Oliver, Massimo Dutti, Prada, Under Armour dan masih banyak lagi. Perusahaan ini juga telah mengujicoba pemasaran dengan IKEA melalui produk cover pada sofa.


Mengenai besarnya industri garmen di Indonesia pasti ada saja yang menganggap hal ini sebagai batu sandungan tersendiri bagi Indonesia. Ada yang menilai bahwa para perusahaan fashion raksasa tersebut memilih Indonesia sebagai tempat pembuatannya dikarenakan upah bayar buruh di Indonesia yang murah. Sehingga mereka (para pengusaha fahion) bisa meraup untung sebesar-besarnya. Namun tetap saja, di sisi lain kemampuan pekerja Indonesia demi membuat produk berkualitas tinggi ternyata tidak bisa dipandang sebelah mata. Keberadaan produksi tekstil dengan kualitas wahid juga menjadi salah satu unsur penting dalam perkembangan industri garmen di Indonesia.


Pada kenyataannya, keberhasilan industri garmen di Indonesia memang tidak bisa dikesampingkan begitu saja. Berhasilnya Indonesia mengepakkan sayap dengan label “Made in Indonesia” tersebut juga menjadi bukti bahwa para pekerja kita mampu bersaing dengan perusahaan garmen raksasa lain seperti dari Tiongkok, Kamboja, Vietnam, India bahkan Bangladesh. Kedepannya, mungkin membutuhkan para jiwa-jiwa pengusaha demi mengembangkan sektor garmen ini di kemudian hari. Semoga saja bukan hanya besar karena memproduksi fashion luar negeri, alangkah baiknya besar karena memproduksifashion lokal.

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