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Written by Maizer   
Thursday, 24 January 2019

The Indonesian Traditional Textile Community (KTTI) calls domestic traditional weaving industries to be attacked by imported products. These conditions can kill domestic industries.

 

The Chairman of the KTTI Tengku Ryo Rizqan said, artificial weaving products originating from imported mass-produced using machines.

 

"For example, for example, trying to check the fabric of our local products is almost difficult to access, almost all of them are imported. Now this is what we must observe. We have not been able to reduce it, too complex," he said when met at the Textile Museum, Jakarta.

 

If using a manufacturing machine, the cost of producing artificial weaving from abroad is automatically cheaper.

 

"Certainly (cheaper), the working time is different, different working patterns will certainly reduce the cost of production," he said.

 

He gave an example, for traditional woven cloth products in Indonesia, the cheapest is IDR 1 million to IDR 2 million. While imports only range from Rp. 100 thousand to Rp. 200 thousand.

 

"It could be (imported products) only IDR 100 thousand to IDR 200 thousand," he said.

 

On the same occasion, Member of KTTI Boy Abdul said, imported products controlled up to 75% of woven fabric products in Indonesia. The imported products come from India, Thailand and China.

 

"Products are generally 75% from the outside," he added.

 

 

Tenun Tradisional RI Digempur Produk Impor

 

 

 

Komunitas Tekstil Tradisional Indonesia (KTTI) menyebut industri tenun tradisional dalam negeri digempur produk impor. Kondisi tersebut bisa mematikan industri dalam negeri.

 

Ketua Umum KTTI Tengku Ryo Rizqan menyebut, produk tenun tiruan yang berasal dari impor diproduksi secara massal menggunakan mesin.

 

"Seperti kain misalnya coba cek kain produk lokal kita hampir dibilang sulit diakses, hampir semuanya impor. Nah ini yang harus kita amati. Kita belum mampu lah untuk bisa meredam itu, terlalu kompleks persoalannya," katanya saat ditemui di Museum Tekstil, Jakarta.

 

Jika menggunakan mesin pabrikan, otomatis ongkos produksi tenun tiruan dari luar negeri jauh lebih murah.

 

"Pasti (lebih murah), kan waktu kerja itu berbeda, pola kerja berbeda tentu akan mereduksi ongkos produksi kan," sebutnya.

 

Dia mencontohkan, untuk produk kain tenun tradisional di Indonesia saja paling murah Rp 1 juta hingga Rp 2 juta. Sedangkan impor hanya berkisar Rp 100 ribu hingga Rp 200 ribu.

 

"Bisa jadi (produk impor) hanya Rp 100 ribu sampai Rp 200 ribu kan," sebutnya.

 

Dalam kesempatan yang sama, Anggota KTTI Boy Abdul menyebut, produk impor menguasai hingga 75% produk kain tenun di Indonesia. Produk impor itu berasal dari India, Thailand dan China.

 

"Produk jadinya umumnya 75% dari luar," tambahnya.

 

 
		
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