Formalin-Free Cut Chicken Business typical Bang Nojeng

Getting a healthy and halal food is a demand and need for masyarat. However, still found rogue traders who sell food using dangerous preservatives like formalin chicken or chicken syringe.

Seeing these conditions, Suparno or familiarly called Bang Nojeng finally moved sells chicken pieces “ASUH” or short for safe, healthy, whole and halal for consumption.

“Based on information from the public that the chicken was still circulating in the community found using preservative-macem macem. Cuts I want to make a reply, I do not use formaldehyde can,” said Bang Nojeng to detikFinance in JCC Senayan Jakarta, Thursday (13/9 / 2012).

Bang Nojeng departing from home-based business since 1983 cutting chicken then decided to change the concept of business since December 20, 2011 by selling fresh chicken with quality cooling manufacturer yet economical prices.

“We’re packed with good packaging, I do not want to lose the packaging manufacturer,” he added.

Advantages that Nojeng Bang chicken pieces have been sold at 24 outlets in Jakarta has a different flavor than the chicken sold in the market.

“When using ice it closes the pores, protein-protein animal protein but it does not come out of the chicken was freshly cut open pores so there could be contaminated with the scent but if we are truly never alone fell onto the floor,” he added.

Thanks to hard work, Bang Nojeng can now supply fresh chicken for resotran and upper middle class consumers in Jakarta up to 3 tons per day. But the achievements of Bang Nojeng not stop there, he wanted to introduce the concept of healthy and fresh chicken at economical prices in traditional markets.

“We do not make a profit but selling lots and lots of booths in each market introducing traditional,” he concluded.

Are you interested in ordering or would like to know more about the products HEALTHY chicken ala Bang Nojeng. You can come to abattoirs (slaughterhouses) Crab Swamp Road.

Gets Pinasthika Profit Partners Rp 248 Billion, Up 36%

Net profit of the company-owned automotive parts Uno Uno, PT Mustika Pinasthika Mitra Tbk (MPMX) reached Rp 248.33 billion in the first half of 2013, growing 36.2% over the same period last year periodeyang Rp 182.31 miiliar.

In addition, the company also recorded a net income of Rp 6.78 trillion, up 31% from the same period in 2012 amounted to Rp 5.18 trillion.

Gross profit also rose by 35% from Rp 750.69 billion in the first half of 2012 to Rp 1.02 trillion in the first half of 2013.

Director MPMX Tossin Hima explains, a significant increase in financial performance is in line with the Company’s solid operating performance. For example, under the vehicle rental business MPMRent significantly increase its fleet to 74% in the first 6 months of 2013 reached 12,104 units.

He also mentioned, total assets also increased 20% from last year’s Rp 9.07 trillion to Rp 10.88 trillion in the first semester of 2013. According to him, a solid financial performance is the result of hard work, good strategy and strengthened by the excellent execution.

“Achieving good performance in the first semester of 2013 was above the average growth of the industry and consistent with the Company experienced growth in recent years. This proves MPMX commitment in keeping what is our promise to the stakeholders, particularly shareholders and investors, the growth of a healthy and sustainable business, “Tossin said in a statement in Jakarta, Monday (22/07/2013).

He said the vehicle rental business market in Indonesia is divided and spread out in various areas and MPMX MPMRent benefit from having more than 20 years experience in this business.

“The experience and deep understanding MPMRent makes us more observant and aggressive in capturing and realizing opportunities in the vehicle rental business, especially in the corporate sector nationwide,” said Tossin.

In addition, Honda motorcycles for distribution business, especially in the area of ​​East Java and East Nusa Tenggara, sales rose by 26% to reach 447,578 units in the first semester 2013.

Meanwhile, the Honda motorcycle sales nationwide rose 12% and sales of motorcycles grew only 6% of the months January to June 2013.

Increased sales of motorcycles as well as the number of middle-class people in Indonesia, helped push sales of lubricants business MPMX growing more than 10% to reach 32.12 million liters of oil.

Come Enjoy Good EMC Indonesia Industrial Properties

Industrial properties are very excited. Many buildings, malls, apartments and housing built everywhere.

Passion that turns a positive impact on EMC storage players. For the second quarter of this year, EMC has also enjoyed the delicious Indonesian property industry.

“One of the significant business (growth) is not in the leading sectors such as telecommunications and banking, but the property industry is hot. Many transactions. Also in the financial and telecommunications industries, “said Adi Rusli (Country Manager, EMC Indonesia) on the achievement of the company ahead of time to break the fast together in Jakarta yesterday (07/30/2013).

Adi insisted, EMC revenue spearhead Indonesia remains the financial and telecommunications sectors. “But there is a rising industrial properties (growth) with demand virtualization to cloud storage consolidation,” he explained.

Compared to the first quarter of this year, said Adi, EMC’s total revenue in the country grew by 8.2%. “It should be bigger,” said Adi. Greater constraints on growth, he said, is not economic factors. “But because many projects are backed up to the third quarter. Usually January to July slowed somewhat, “he explained.

For storage business, said Adi, achieving EMC in the first half of 2013 grew 24% compared to the same period last year. While in total, EMC revenue in Indonesia for the first half of this year grew 25.4% compared to the first half of 2012.

Citing data from research institutions IDC for the first quarter of 2013, Adi mentioned that the EMC is now sitting in third. “In Indonesia, EMC is not number one,” he admitted. “But there is a significant growth. First, four years ago, EMC no ranking (in Indonesia), “he explained.

Currently, there are about EMC focuses on the business of big data, cloud and security. EMC’s business is divided into the field of storage, virtualization and Pivotal (big data). Confused what is Pivotal? Pivotal is a new platform, where all the virtualized infrastructure and presented as a service (service) and complete control through software. Pivotal is a new business entity EMC, the EMC’s ownership of 60%, 20% and 10% GE VMware.

Soybean production RI Low, This explanation Kementan

Productivity of soybean in Indonesia is still relatively lacking. Per year, the total production of soybean Indonesia only reached about 600 thousand tons. Still far below the needs of up to 1.5 million tons / year. What causes it?

Head of Research and Development of the Ministry of Agriculture Haryono said, the lack of production of soybean is caused due to several factors. Therefore, soy is not going to be able to meet the self-sufficiency by 2014.

“Soy is the first difficulty for nothing. For the price, but thank God there is now Rp 7,000 COGS so farmers excited again although a bit slow,” Haryono said when met at the Central Bureau of Research and Development of Ministry of Agriculture, Jalan Ragunan, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Thursday (25 / 7/2013).

Haryono said, farmers had planted soybeans are less excited because the price is relatively lower than other commodities such as onion, garlic, corn, and other horticultural products.

In addition, continued Haryono, land issues were a major obstacle. Soybean plantations in Indonesia currently available only about 500 thousand hectares.

“Back then it was 1.2 million hectares, down by itself as competing with corn and others,” he explained.

Third, the lack of factors that affect the productivity of soybean in Indonesia is a seed. Seed and soybean crops vulnerable to pests and diseases.

“In general, soybean planting is more difficult than growing rice and corn. Due to many pests and diseases, rice can last 6 months, if soy just 3 months,” he said.

Bank Mega Syariah Aims Rp 265 Billion Profit in 2013

PT Bank Mega Syariah perseoran target by 2013 will reach 265 billion USD before taxes. The Company believes it is able to achieve the target.

This was revealed by the President Director of PT Bank Mega Syariah, Benny Witjaksono time press conference at Menara Bank Mega, Capt. Tendean Road, Jakarta (12/4/2013).

“In 2013, we have reached the target grossnya profit at Rp 265 billion, or after tax of Rp 198 billion. Course to secure this we have step by step,” he said.

Benny did not mention what the expansion to be able to achieve these targets. “We have also reached earlier illustrates that God willing will be up,” he added.

The target is higher than the company’s profit after tax in 2012, which reached Rp 184.8 billion. Said to Benny, corporate profits continue to experience positive trends. Characterized by increased earnings in 2012 amounted to 243.2% in 2011 compared to the previous which only reached Rp 53.8 billion.

Furthermore Benny said, profit after tax increased performance company supported by 3 main things. Among them is the better performance of the company, also in terms of business growth.

“First petumbuhan business itself. Both increase employee productivity, the third, we are very successful in controlling operating costs,” he concluded.

High Spin enthusiasts, GM Pursue Production

JAKARTA Chevrolet Spin-Demand is high, making General Motors (GM) Indonesia pursue its production capacity, to meet all the demands of consumers.

As stated Marketing Director of PT General Motors Indonesia, Yuniadi Hartono, the current production capacity of Chevrolet assembly plant in Pondok Ungu Bekasi Spin, reaching a maximum of 40 thousand units.

“Today we have added a two-shift production, from initially only for one shift. This was done in order to pursue a market demand for the Chevrolet Spin-increasing,” said Hartono Yuniadi, in Jakarta.

The same thing also expressed by Maria Sidabutar, Public Relations Director of GM Indonesia, he saw significant demand for a Spin. This could make the Spin as the new flagship, accompanied Chevrolet Captiva and Aveo.

“Sales of Chevrolet itself in June this year compared to June of last year increased by 377 persen.Hal is also driven by demand Spin the go fast enough,” concludes Maria Sidabutar.

Aspac win this season NBL Awards

Surabaya – Jakarta Aspac scooped seven awards event title National Basketball League (NBL) from 2012 to 2013. Young players Andakara Prastawa be collecting the most awards, capturing three titles.

Aspac arguably appear dominant in the regular season the NBL this year. The team from the capital it has established himself a champion of regular half guard and led them, Pringgo Regowo, won the Most Valuable Player (MVP).

It increases the success-after title was followed by pelar Coach of the Year award is attributed to architect Aspac, Rastafari Horongbala.

Not quite there, Aspac young guard who is also the son of Rastafari, Andakara, crowned Rookie of the Year. 20-year-old basketball player was also successfully achieved the Sixth Man of the Year and included in the 2012-2013 NBL First Team.

Other players nominated in the first team this season is Dimas Aryo Morrow (Pelita Jaya Jakarta Energy-MP), Pringgo Regowo (Dell Aspac Jakarta), Rizky Ardiansyah Way (Milky Nikko Steel Malang), and Rony Gunawan (Satria Muda Britama Jakarta).

The last award was given to Aspac title of Best Management Award this season. All new trophy that will be awarded as Indonesia NBL Championship Series held at GOR UNY Yogyakarta, May 18 to 26 next.

Here is a complete list of Award winners NBL 2012-2013:

MVP (Most Valuable Player)
Pringgo Regowo (Dell Aspac Jakarta)

Coach of The Year
Rastafari Horongbala (Dell Aspac Jakarta)

Defensive Player of the Year
Galank Gunawan (Satria Muda Britama Jakarta)

Sixth Man of the Year
Andakara Prastawa Dhyaksa (Dell Aspac Jakarta)

Sportsmanship Award
Max Yanto (NSH GMC Riau)

Rookie Of The Year
Andakara Prastawa Dhyaksa (Dell Aspac Jakarta)

Speedy NBL Indonesia 2012-2013 First Team
Andakara Prastawa Dhyaksa (Dell Aspac Jakarta)
Dimas Aryo Morrow (Pelita Jaya Jakarta Energy-MP)
Pringgo Regowo (Dell Aspac Jakarta)
Bima Rizky Ardiansyah (Milky Way Nikko Steel Malang)
Rony Gunawan (Satria Muda Britama Jakarta)

Top Scorer
Bima Rizky Ardiansyah (Milky Way Nikko Steel Malang) 16:52 PPG

Top Rebound
Galank Gunawan (Satria Muda Britama Jakarta) 10.00 RPG

Top Assist
Kelly Purwanto Ari Nugroho (Pelita Jaya Jakarta Energy-MP) 5:09 APG

Top Block
Ruslan (Stadium Jakarta) 2:48 BPG

Top Steal
Dimaz Muharri (CLS Knights Surabaya) 3:15 SPG

Best Management Award
Dell Aspac Jakarta

Pertamina EP Production of 122 Thousand Barrels

PT Pertamina EP oil and condensate production record during the first half of 2013 reached 122 thousand barrels per day. Or 92 per cent of the target has been corrected to 123 thousand barrels per day.
“We’ve made ​​every effort to achieve the specified targets SKK Migas,” said Vice President of Exploitation, Herutama Trikoranto in Jakarta, Thursday, July 4, 2013.
Special Unit Manager for Upstream Oil and Gas (Migas SKK) Pertamina EP production target at the end of the year amounted to 132 thousand barrels per day. Worried difficult to achieve, at a meeting with the Energy Commission of the House of Representatives last June, the target was reduced to 123 thousand barrels per day.
Herutama explains, inhibiting the production of a number of things in the first half, both technical and non-technical. Non-technical issues, faced with the difficulty of drilling performance licensing and bureaucracy in the field. “Especially in land acquisition and licensing of protected forest,” he said.
Technical problems caused by drilling late due to operational problems. He cited the loss circulation problems and subsurface (subsurface) which makes the production does not match expectations.
“It turns out there is the subsurface fairly tight. Thus, for example, the production of which was estimated at 100, because the tight layer, the realization was only 50.”
Target production increase by 11 thousand barrels also can be realized only 4,200 barrels per day from January to June. In fact, in 2012, the addition of the targeted production of 14,200 barrels per day, could be realized 13,500 barrels per day. “More good because it has not appeared non-technical issues,” he said.

Mr. Marsa’ad Wooden Car Business

Jakarta – Almost all the boys love toy cars. Who would have thought that nearly all wooden toy cars that are sold in the markets of Jakarta, is the result of handicraft factory UD Glad Son of Mr. Marsa’ad.

“I started this business in 1977. Originally a fad because my previous job bankrupt,” said detikFinance Marsa’ad when met at his shop, Kalibata, Jakarta, Sunday (03/08/2008).

57-year-old inspiration comes from his desire to make an effort to please the kids.

“I thought, who does not like toy cars,” said Marsa’ad.

With a modest capital, entrepreneurs whose real name is Omar is starting to open this business. He then worked with landowners in the Sky View to open a store there.

“So I was working with landowners. He provided land, my products. Distribution system with the results,” said Marsa’ad.

This toy factory located in Karawang. The manufacturer was not a big factory with advanced technology, but a cottage industry factories.

“So in Karawang, I apply a bulk messaging system at home factories there,” said Marsa’ad.

Bulk messaging system is Marsa’ad is purchasing system based on the unit, and the payment is made based on the number of units made. In modern terminology, the system outright Marsa’ad pack style is similar to the system of outsourcing.

“Because if we are using the system pay a bit troublesome. Again if they are lazy, the results of the unit a bit, I still have to pay them,” said Marsa’ad.

Integrated production mechanism is not retained by Marsa’ad for 30 years. Along the way, apparently by a mechanism like that, sir effort Marsa’ad never experienced the glory.

“The number of craftsmen we’ve reached 200 people. When the production very much at all, even exported to the Netherlands, Germany, Australia and Japan,” said Marsa’ad.

When it was the style of pack Marsa’ad craft products are sold in various cities in Indonesia such as Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang, Palembang, Cirebon to Semarang.

“Even now, the actual demand is still very high, but we can not meet because our craftsmen now numbers only 40 puppets,” said Marsa’ad.

According to Mr. Marsa’ad, economic conditions became the main factor that led to the shrinking amount of factory labor. If the first UD Happy Child is able to produce 37 types of cars, now reduced by half to 18 types only.

Depreciation amount also cut production craftsman toy cars to a maximum of 500 units a month.

“In fact, the Dutch or German for example, they usually ask for 200 units once per country,” said Marsa’ad.

Labor issues apparently quite hamper business development Marsa’ad pack. Not factory integrated system that has been running for 30 years has been questioned by Marsa’ad pack.

“In these circumstances, I think to make a factory. However large enough capital around USD 300-500 million. Equity is to buy the warehouse, mesian and forth,” said Marsa’ad.

Had an integrated plant is realized, of course labor issues can be controlled. Moreover, according to Mr. Marsa’ad, in terms of the number of very high demand, so the future prospects of this business is not a thing to worry about.

“The proof, in the middle of the fuel price hike like this, when we raise prices, demand has not diminished,” said Marsa’ad.

Currently selling price pack Marsa’ad between Rp 35 thousand to Rp 175 thousand per unit. Required capital ranging from Rp 23 thousand to Rp 125 thousand per unit.

“But to make the factory, we hit the capital. Want to submit to the bank, but we do not have collateral. Moreover, banks also do not believe in this effort,” said Marsa’ad.

Even though it has still been a dream factory, but he hopes to realize her dream someday, either with their own capital as well as working with external financiers.