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Potential Indramayu-Subang Area for Industrial Development PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Friday, 19 July 2019

Areas in Indramayu and Subang Districts of West Java are considered potential locations in the development of manufacturing industries. Moreover, the location has been made an Industrial Allocation Zone (KPI) as a plan to open the door to massive investment.

 

"The Indramayu Regency Government is very serious in preparing industrial estates. In fact, they have landed and there are regulations and changes in regional spatial planning," said Minister of Industry Airlangga Hartarto.

 

Airlangga has accepted the idea directly from the Regent of Indramayu Supendi who is serious about carrying out strategic steps in making a broad impact on the national economy. Based on Government Regulation Number 14 of 2015 concerning the 2015-2035 National Industrial Development Master Plan (RIPIN), Indramayu Regency is included in the Central Industrial Growth Region (WPPI) in West Java.

 

The Regent of Indramayu explained that the entry of Indramayu into the WPPI together with Cirebon and Majalengka has now been taken seriously by the Indramayu Regency Government by changing the Spatial Plan (RTRW) for industrial estates.

 

In the revision of Indramayu Regency's 2011-2031 RTRW, it has accommodated aspects of the central government's policy in developing WPPI, then in the KPI an area of ​​approximately 20,000 hectares (Ha) has spread across 10 sub-districts.

 

"In 2018, the Indramayu Regency Government has drafted a Regional Regulation on District Industrial Development Plans (RPIK) and there are already Industrial Estate Development Plans spread across 10 sub-districts," said Supendi.

 

The 10 sub-districts, namely Sukra Subdistrict covering 2,814 Ha, Patrol 1,385 Ha, Kandanghaur 2,025 Ha, Losarang 4,523 Ha, Balongan 1,438 Ha, Juntinyuat 643.1 Ha, Krangkeng 3.507 Ha, Tukdana 664.1 Ha, Filled 1,379 Ha, and Gantar 1,574 Ha.

 

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Industry also welcomed the planned construction of an industrial area of ​​more than 11,000 ha in Subang, which will be developed by three state-owned enterprises (BUMN) companies. The three BUMNs are PT Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk, PT Perkebunan Nusantara (PTPN) VIII (Persero) and PT Rajawali Nusantara Indonesia (Persero).

 

Director of the Industrial Regional Directorate of the Directorate General of Resilience, Regional and International Industrial Access (KPAII) Ministry of Industry, Ignatius Warsito, said the plan was in accordance with the mandate of Law Number 3 Year 2014 concerning Industry.

 

The goal is to accelerate spread and equity of  industry and reduce inequality in economic growth and spread of employment in West Java.

 

"Subang Regency will be a strategic area. The presence of Patimban Port, Cipali toll road access, and the existence of Kertajati Airport will attract investors to develop industrial estates around the region," he said.

 

Regarding industries that have the potential to be developed, Warsito said, as stated in PP 14/2015, industrial development in Subang is directed at high technology based industries, which are environmentally friendly and labor intensive. "Among them are prospective industries such as automotive, electronics, food and beverages, textiles and textile products, and chemicals," he concluded.

 
		
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