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Widodo Launches Roadmap for Industry 4.0: "Making Indonesia 4.0"
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The Indonesian government officially launched the roadmap called "Making Indonesia 4.0" earlier this week. Industry 4.0 is a term that refers to the fourth industrial revolution in manufacturing and industry. It includes major innovations in the digital technology, biology and hardware automations, and also implies that cyber-physical systems can make their own basic decisions, hence becoming increasingly self-ruling.

Industry 4.0 is supported by five key technological advances: Internet of things, artificial intelligence, human-machine interface, robot and sensor technology, and 3D printing.


The world is now experiencing Industry 4.0 and therefore Indonesia needs to be well prepared to join the new trend. Industry 4.0 is expected to result in very rapid and wide transformations. As such, countries, including Indonesia, need to be ready.

Per Wednesday (04/04) the "Making Indonesia 4.0" roadmap, which is led by the Industry Ministry, is an important element on the national agenda. Therefore, all sides have to support this roadmap and contribute to a more successful and developed nation.


In the "Making Indonesia 4.0" roadmap five sectors are named priority sectors: food and drinks, automotive, textile, electronics, and chemicals. These five sectors are all key sectors in the world economy and Indonesia should become among the leading global players in these sectors. As such, these sectors are envisaged to boost the country's exports in the future and cause a thriving role of the manufacturing sector towards Indonesia's gross domestic product (GDP).

The design of the "Making Indonesia 4.0" roadmap involved stakeholders from various segments, including the government, industry players, industry associations, tech companies, as well as research and educational organizations. The commitments and efforts of all sides involved is required to turn the roadmap into a success.



Hartarto expects to see quick results. If successful, then the roadmap will boost the real economy of Indonesia by between 1 - 2 percent. Hence, in the period 2018-2030 Indonesia's GDP growth rates should be at least 6-7 percent per year. Meanwhile, the manufacturing industry is targeted to contribute between 21-26 percent to the nation's GDP by 2030. Meanwhile, on the back of the thriving manufacturing industry and export performance, job creation through the roadmap is estimated at 7-19 million by 2030.

Indonesia's roadmap also involves ten cross-sectoral national initiatives:

(1) improve the flow of goods
(2) develop a roadmap for comprehensive and cross-sectoral industrial zones
(3) improve sustainability standards
(4) empower the small and medium-sized entrepreneurs
(5) build national, digital infrastructure
(6) attract foreign investment
(7) boost the quality of local human resources
(8) boost the development of ecosystem innovation
(9) design incentives for investment in technology
(10) harmonize regulations and policies

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Apindo Demands Govt to Explain Challenges in Industry 4.0
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TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Indonesia Employers Association (Apindo) Chairman Hariyadi Sukamdani demanded the government to explain in detail the Industry 4.0 during the 10th national meeting (Munas) of Apindo in Grand Sahid Jaya Hotel, South Jakarta today.

“In this Munas, we wanted to know the government’s preparation to face the challenges of Industry 4.0,” said Hariyadi in his opening speech at the meeting today.

Apindo national meeting that was opened by Vice President Jusuf Kalla will be held for two days. Some 34 representatives of Apindo from all regions will discuss the preparation prior to the fourth industrial revolution, known as industry 4.0, particularly in the human resources sector.

Also in the meeting were Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto and the head of the Investment Coordinating Board Thomas Trikasih Lembong.

According to Hariyadi, many businessmen or entrepreneurs have not acknowledged yet the focus of Industry 4.0 and the competencies they should have prepared in advance. “We expected Vice President and Ministers in this Munas will lighten us about those things, including its implication on the polarization of entrepreneur to the employee that naturally changed into millennial generation,” he explained.

Apindo Chairman Hariyadi argued the government’s administration towards the matter is important and that the ministries and related institutions should synergize to develop the human resources. The cooperation between regional government and central government is also needed to successfully develop the human resources to face the challenges of Industry 4.0.
 

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SUZUKI ERTIGA RIVAL MITSUBISHI XPANDER MPV EXPORTS BEGIN FROM INDONESIA
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The Mitsubishi Xpander is a compact MPV that is manufactured at the company's facility in Bekasi, Indonesia. Mitsubishi has recently announced its export plans to the Philippines that will become the first export market for the Xpander MPV. This will be then followed by Thailand, Vietnam and other international markets in the coming months. Mitsubishi plans to export a total of 30,000 units during the first year. The Mitsubishi Xpander MPV is equivalent of the Suzuki Ertiga and the Honda Mobilio MPVs sold in India.
 

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Penerapan Teknologi Industri 4.0 Tak Perlu 100%

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Pemerintah meluncurkan peta jalan (road map) bertajuk Making Indonesia 4.0, dalam acara Indonesia Industrial Summit (IIS) 2018, Jakarta, Rabu (4/4). Dalam acara tersebut, CEO PT Sri Rejeki Isman Tbk atau Sritex Iwan Setiawan Lukminto merupakan salah satu pebisnis yang membagi pengalamannya dalam menerapkan industri 4.0 di perusahaannya.

Sritex sebagai produsen tekstil dan produk tekstil skala internasional telah menerapkan teknologi industri 4.0 dan berhasil mencapai efisiensi sekaligus menjaga kualitas produk. Selama lima tahun terakhir Sritex menghabiskan US$ 100 juta dalam menerapkan otomatisasi, robotisasi, dan digitalisasi hampir di sebagian lini produksi.
 

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Kunjungi Ceko dan Jerman, Menperin Fokus Industri 4.0 Serta Investasi
Sumber: https://www.merdeka.com/uang/kunjun...s-implementasi-industri-40-dan-investasi.html

"Jerman menjadi negara pertama yang telah membuat roadmap mengenai implementasi ekonomi digital. Untuk itu, kami ingin berdiskusi dengan mereka karena sebagai salah satu pionir, agar bisa dapat masukan yang positif," kata Airlangga di Jakarta akhir pekan kemarin.

Menurut dia, pemerintah tengah melaksanakan langkah-langkah strategis yang ditetapkan berdasarkan peta jalan Making Indonesia 4.0. Upaya ini guna mempercepat terwujudnya aspirasi nasional yang telah ditargetkan karena memanfaatkan peluang di era revolusi industri keempat.

"Dengan Making Indonesia 4.0, salah satu aspirasinya adalah menjadikan Indonesia masuk dalam jajaran 10 besar negara yang memiliki perekonomian terkuat di dunia pada tahun 2030," ujarnya. Airlangga optimistis, target itu bisa tercapai apabila 10 langkah prioritas nasional dijalankan secara terintegrasi.

Misalnya, kata dia, Indonesia harus mampu membangun industri manufaktur nasional yang berdaya saing global dengan menerapkan standar-standar keberlanjutan. Untuk itu, diperlukan penggunaan teknologi terkini khususnya yang berkonsep ramah lingkungan.

"Kami akan mengunjungi Fraunhofer, yaitu lembaga riset yang ada di Jerman. Lembaga riset Jerman ini sedang mengembangkan satu jenis algae yang bisa mengkonversi palm oil mill effluent (POME) menjadi gasoline. Itu beberapa riset yang nanti kami lihat," ujarnya.

Penemuan tersebut dinilai dapat menekan emisi gas buang kendaraan dan mengurangi ketergantungan impor bahan bakar minyak (BBM).

Hal ini seiring dengan program yang telah diinisiasi oleh Kementerian Perindustrian, yakni low carbon emission vehicle (LCEV) untuk mendorong industri otomotif di Indonesia memproduksi kendaraan ramah lingkungan.
 

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Trade mission records $279.19 m potential in Dhaka
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The Indonesian trade mission on Apr. 26-28 to Dhaka, Bangladesh, has recorded US$279.19 million in potential transactions, which includes train cars, automotive products, food and beverage products and spices.

“As an emerging market, Bangladesh gives Indonesia an opportunity to increase trade and investment,” Arlinda, the Trade Ministry's national export development director general, said in a statement The Jakarta Post received on Monday.

The Indonesian Fair saw some 10,000 visitors, as well as a memorandum of understanding that state-owned airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I and PT Angkasa Pura Property signed with Bangladesh’s Zaman Company Limited on developing property to support the tourism industry.

Indonesia and Bangladesh recorded US$1.67 billion in trade in 2017, of which $160 billion was in Indonesian exports and $73.19 million in imports. (bbn)
 

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Chandra Asri prepares new US$5 billion factory
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Jakarta: PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical, a chemical company owned by PT Barito Pacific and Siam Cement Group, is preparing for a new factory, which needs total investment of US$5 billion.

Chandra Asri president director Erwin Ciputra said on Sunday the company's subsidiary PT Chandra Asri Perkasa had begun the basic engineering design and aimed to finish it by the end of 2018. The final investment decision would be made in 2020 then the commercial operation would begin in 2024.

He added that Chandra Asri Perkasa had signed six license and engineering design agreements including with Chicago Bridge & Iron Company subsidiary Lummus Technology for a naphtha cracker and butadiene plant, GTC Technology for an aromatics recovery plant, Texplore for a high density polyethylene (HDPE) plant and Lyondellbasell for Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) and Polypropylene (PP) plants.

"These technology licenses are a significant milestone reinforcing our plan to expand our petrochemical footprint. We are confident that the selected technologies will ensure robust productivity and efficiency for the new complex” Erwin said. -- JP
 

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Menteri Airlangga Segera Terapkan Regulasi Low Carbon Emission Vehicle
Sumber: http://m.tribunnews.com/bisnis/2018...terapkan-regulasi-low-carbon-emission-vehicle

TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA -- Menteri Perindustrian Airlangga Hartarto, berkunjung ke Fraunhofer Gesellschaft di Munich, Jerman terkait persiapan regulasi low carbon emission vehicle (LCEV) yang tak kunjung rampung.
Selain itu, lawatan ini juga upaya sekaligus bagian dari upaya pemerintah menerapkan peta jalan industri 4.0 di Indonesia.

Menurut Airlangga, Indonesia sudah seharusnya bisa membangun industri manufaktur nasional yang berdaya saing global dengan menerapkan standar-standar keberlanjutan.
Untuk itu, diperlukan penggunaan teknologi terkini khususnya yang berkonsep pada ramah lingkungan.
 

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^^ saya malah pengen industri dalam negeri ekspansi di sektor2 industri yang dibutuhkan masyarakat luas. kaya road sweeper, kapal2 pembersih sungai berteknologi modern mumpung isu2 pencemaran lingkungan lagi panas2nya. sayangnya kita serba ketinggalan, dan selalu terkesan gak kepikiran sampe kesitu.
 

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mesin foto copy bahkan yg bekaspun diimpor...
komponen2 untuk smartphone itu berapa persen yg dibuat dalam negeri? Ato bahkan plastik bodinya juga diimpor?
Gak ada BUMN ato swasta yg tertarik invest disini??
itu PT Inti kerjaannya ngapain y??
 

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Airlangga Hartarto Ajak Siemens Tingkatkan Investasi dan Pendidikan Kejuruan
Sumber: https://m.antaranews.com/berita/707...-tingkatkan-investasi-dan-pendidikan-kejuruan

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Menteri Perindustrian, Airlangga Hartarto, mendorong perusahaan manufaktur besar yang berasal dari Jerman, Siemens AG, untuk terus meningkatkan investasi di Indonesia dan kemitraannya dengan industri dalam negeri.

“Kami juga meminta mereka agar semakin memperkuat kerja sama di bidang pendidikan dan pelatihan kejuruan. Upaya ini sekaligus untuk memantapkan implementasi industri 4.0 di Tanah Air,” kata dia, melalui keterangannya diterima di Jakarta, Jumat.

Airlangga menyampaikan hal utu usai melakukan pertemuan dengan anggota Dewan Direksi Siemens AG, Cedrik Neike, di Berlin, Jerman, Kamis waktu setempat (3/5).

Siemens AG l bergerak di sektor industri teknik listrik, elektronik, peralatan energi, transportasi, telekomunikasi, teknologi informasi, lampu, dan peralatan medis.

Menurut Airlangga, di dalam peta jalan Making Indonesia 4.0, pemerintah telah menetapkan industri elektronik sebagai salah satu dari lima sektor prioritas yang akan menjadi percontohan pada penerapan teknologi industri generasi keempat.

“Kita perlu belajar juga dengan Siemens, yang mempunyai pusat vokasi terbesar dan terbaik. Selain itu sudah melakukan pelatihan di lebih 20 negara di dunia,” ujarnya.
 

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mesin foto copy bahkan yg bekaspun diimpor...
komponen2 untuk smartphone itu berapa persen yg dibuat dalam negeri? Ato bahkan plastik bodinya juga diimpor?
Gak ada BUMN ato swasta yg tertarik invest disini??
itu PT Inti kerjaannya ngapain y??
PT INTI ga usah ditanya, sangat jauh dari kodratnya.

Indonesia kayaknya minim sekali riset yang berkaitan dengan Consumer electronics. Walaupun ada brand lokal, tapi hampir semua komponen masih impor.
 

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"Pada tahun 2017 produksi bus dan truk mencapai 93.000 unit dengan penjualan sebanyak 89.000 unit, naik cukup pesat dibanding tahun 2016 untuk produksi dan penjualannya sebesar 70.000 unit," kata Menperin melalui keterangan resmi, Kamis (1/3/2018).

Dengan itu, Menperin menargetkan, ekspor kendaraan komersial tersebut dapat menembus hingga 35.000 unit pada tahun 2018, meningkat dibanding tahun sebelumnya yang berada di angka 27.000 unit.
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mesin foto copy bahkan yg bekaspun diimpor...
komponen2 untuk smartphone itu berapa persen yg dibuat dalam negeri? Ato bahkan plastik bodinya juga diimpor?
Gak ada BUMN ato swasta yg tertarik invest disini??
itu PT Inti kerjaannya ngapain y??
Padahal tinggal di pretelin tuh mesin terus di jiplak dan di kaish tambahan sedikit saja biar gak 100% sama. Kurang tenaga ahli? Hire aja dari seluruh dunia.
 
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