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The Ministry of Industry and Jetro Agreed to Explore Manufacturing Sector PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 23 January 2019

The Ministry of Industry invites the Japanese External Trade Organization (Jetro) to strengthen cooperation in developing small and medium enterprises (IKM) and build vocational training in Indonesia. This strategic effort is to spur inclusive national economic growth.

 

"We convey to Jetro to continue to facilitate link and match between SMIs in Japan and Indonesia, so that the business and economic partnerships between the two countries are stronger. In addition, we also encourage capacity building programs for industrial vocational teachers, "said Minister of Industry Airlangga Hartarto.

 

In a series of events attending the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2019 in Davos, Switzerland, the Minister of Industry had a meeting with Jetro Chairman Hiroyuki Ishige. Both of them also agreed to deepen the structure of the manufacturing sector in Indonesia through increasing investment and facilitating the expansion of export market access.

 

"Hopefully there will be more collaboration between businessmen of both countries so that they can complement each other and our industry is more globally competitive," Airlangga said.

 

Steps that can be synergized, for example regarding the development of technology and human resources (HR). This effort not only targets large-scale companies, but also for the IKM sector.

 

Based on data from the Ministry of Industry, the number of small industrial sectors has increased, if in 2014 there were 3.52 million business units to 4.49 million business units in 2017. This means that it grew to 970 thousand small industries during the four years.

 

Moreover, the government has now issued a final tax of 0.5% for IKM. This is one of the tangible manifestations of government attention and support for the development of SMIs as the majority sector of the industrial population in the country.

 

Therefore, the Minister of Industry hopes that Jetro will more aggressively promote Indonesian IKM in Japan while facilitating partnerships between national entrepreneurs and business people from Sakura. During this time, Jetro has helped Indonesia through the implementation of a business matching program to bring together businessmen from both countries.

 

"Of course not only in the automotive sector and components, we also want cooperation in the textile, electronics and food and beverage industries. "In fact, you can go to the packaging sector," he said. In encouraging increased investment, the Ministry of Industry has offered a number of industrial estates to accommodate these investors.

 

In the period January-September 2018, Japan is the second largest investor in Indonesia with a value reaching US $ 3.8 billion for 2,731 projects. Then, more than 1,600 Japanese companies operating so far have opened jobs for five million Indonesians.

 

In addition, he also strives to establish cooperation in the vocational field. For example, increasing the ability of textile design, by presenting textile experts or IT design from Japan to Indonesia.

 

This can be applied at the STTT Polytechnic in Bandung, so that textile experts from Japan provide knowledge transfer to instructors or instructors at the Ministry of Industry's schools, so they can print quality human resources according to the needs of the industrial era 4.0.

 

 

 

Kemenperin dan Jetro sepakat memperdalam sektor manufaktur

 

 

 

Kementerian Perindustrian mengajak Organisasi Perdagangan Eksternal Jepang atau Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro) agar semakin menguatkan kerja sama dalam mengembangkan industri kecil dan menengah (IKM) serta membangun pelatihan vokasi di Indonesia. Upaya strategis ini guna memacu pertumbuhan ekonomi nasional yang inklusif.

 

“Kami menyampaikan kepada Jetro supaya terus memfasilitasi link and match antara IKM di Jepang dan Indonesia, sehingga kemitraan bisnis dan perekonomian kedua negara lebih kuat. Selain itu, kami juga mendorong program capacity building bagi guru-guru vokasi industri,” kata Menteri Perindustrian Airlangga Hartarto.

 

Dalam rangkaian kegiatan menghadiri World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2019 di Davos, Swiss, Menperin sempat melakukan pertemuan dengan Chairman Jetro Hiroyuki Ishige. Keduanya juga sepakat untuk memperdalam struktur sektor manufaktur di Indonesia melalui peningkatan investasi dan memfasilitasi perluasan akses pasar ekspor.

 

“Semoga semakin banyak kolaborasi yang terjalin antara pengusaha kedua negara sehingga bisa saling melengkapi dan industri kita lebih berdaya saing global,” ujar Airlangga.

 

Langkah yang dapat disinergikan, misalnya mengenai pengembangan teknologi dan sumber daya manusia (SDM). Upaya ini tidak hanya menyasar kepada perusahaan skala besar, tetapi juga untuk sektor IKM.

 

Berdasarkan data Kemenperin, jumlah sektor industri kecil mengalami penambahan, jika 2014 sebanyak 3,52 juta unit usaha menjadi 4,49 juta unit usaha di 2017. Artinya, tumbuh hingga 970 ribu industri kecil selama empat tahun tersebut.

 

Apalagi, pemerintah saat ini telah mengeluarkan pajak final 0,5% untuk IKM. Ini menjadi salah satu wujud nyata perhatian dan dukungan pemerintah terhadap pengembangan IKM selaku sektor mayoritas dari populasi industri di Tanah Air.

 

Oleh karena itu, Menperin berharap Jetro lebih gencar mempromosikan IKM Indonensia di Jepang sekaligus memfasilitasi kemitraan antara pengusaha nasional dengan pelaku usaha dari Negeri Sakura. Selama ini, Jetro telah membantu Indonesia melalui pelaksanaan program business matching untuk mempertemukan pengusaha kedua negara.

 

“Tentunya tidak hanya di sektor otomotif dan komponen saja, kami juga ingin adanya kerja sama di industri tekstil, elektronika, serta makanan dan minuman. Bahkan, bisa ke sektor pengemasan,” sebutnya. Dalam mendorong peningkatan investasi ini, Kemenperin sudah menawarkan sejumlah kawasan industri untuk menampung para investor tersebut.

 

Pada periode Januari-September 2018, Jepang merupakan investor kedua terbesar di Indonesia dengan nilai mencapai US$3,8 miliar untuk 2.731 proyek. Kemudian, lebih dari 1.600 perusahaan Jepang yang beroperasi selama ini telah membuka lapangan pekerjaan bagi lima juta penduduk Indonesia.

 

Selain itu, juga berupaya menjalin kerja sama di bidang vokasi. Misalnya, meningkatkan kemampuan tentang desain tekstil, dengan menghadirkan ahli tekstil atau desain IT dari Jepang ke Indonesia.

 

Hal itu bisa diaplikasikan di Politeknik STTT Bandung, agar para ahli tekstil dari Jepang itu memberikan transfer pengetahuan kepada para pengajar atau instruktur di sekolah milik Kemenperin tersebut, sehingga dapat mencetak SDM berkualitas sesuai kebutuhan era industri 4.0.

 
		
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