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Turnover rose ahead of the holiday cookies

  • Posted on September 9, 2017 at 10:26 am

The traders claimed pastry turnover could reach 50 percent larger than normal days with many Jakarta residents hunt cookies need for the holiday from mid-Ramadan.

“Lebaran such turnover could rise to 50 percent, the buyer is also getting crowded. Especially in the H-7 and H-3 buyers will get crowded again to hunt cookies or snacks,” said pastry sellers in the Market Lower Dam , Qonita told Reuters on Friday.

The price of each type of cookie range from 20,000 to Rp110.000/kg depending on its type. In addition to the soaring prices of basic commodities, the price of cookies also increased by Rp 4,000 to Rp10.000/kg.

“From the distributor everything has gone up, I have to naikin price the seller also, if you can not lose. However the average buyer does not mind the price goes up because the average need too. If I sell up Rp 4,000 to Rp 10,000,” said Qonita.

However, customers do not mind the prices are up because of cookie cake is considered a mandatory requirement when Eid arrives.

“I still buy despite riding, if there is no cake during Lebaran something was missing. Especially if a lot of you who have been there a light meal,” said Frida, a housewife.

Pastries are also annually has its own trends are much in demand by buyers. Cakes that appear this year include paris rice cake, cendol three flavors of cheese and crackers. Prices are set high enough that Rp110.000/kg.

Pastries like nastar, cheese cake, cake sago, cat’s tongue, and sumpia still the target of the buyers ahead of the holiday. All cakes are also increased to an average price Rp110.000/kg previously sold for Rp100.000/kg.

“I still buy nastar and sumpia every year because many families are like. All prices go up then I reduce the amount of purchases the cake, but the kind propagated,” said Susan, a private employee.

ISSI pengda Jakarta Holds Open Sprint Championship

  • Posted on September 3, 2017 at 1:01 pm

Pengda ISSI DKI Jakarta Gelar Sprint Open Championship

ISSI pengda Jakarta will hold sprint cycling championships or the Sprint Open Championships in Velodome, Rawamangun, East Jakarta, on 28-29 September to map the strength sprinter sprinter-national.
According to one board member ISSI DKI Jakarta, Inu Febiana, championships conducted ISSI Jakarta to revive the sport of cycling in Jakarta that had been dropped.
“Because of the nature of open so everyone can take part, not just cyclists, cycling enthusiasts and community members can also participate. From this activity we will map out national sprinter sprinter-because there has been no data yet. And for the record in sprint has not been solved for 12 years because no championship is held, “said Inu Febiana on the sidelines of an iftar together at the residence of Sports Promoters who is also chairman of ISSI DKI Jakarta, Raja Sapta Oktohari, in West Housing, Sunday (21/7 ) night.
Inu said that the decline in achievement and interest in bicycle racing lovers in Jakarta due to the lack of a championship that was held in Jakarta.
For that it would hold an Open Sprint Championships event on a regular basis once per three months.
“This activity is also to add a championship so that it can improve the performance of cyclists DKI Jakarta,” he said.
Inu further said that his department has recruited 12 cyclists to tier II to be developed as a professional athlete.
“We’ve cut one generation in the second tier and now we have to get a new best athletes of the selection results.
They are still our coaching to be able to compete in the national and international arena. Our target they can win at the Asian level, “Inu said.
To be able to bring the Indonesian athlete to appear in the world takes time and a lot of fund.
But there are two ways to overcome that cycling championships held in Indonesia that Indonesian athletes could easily collect points.
“As staged event like the Tour or Tour d d Batur Indonesia. However to do so requires funding not less. Another way is to establish a continental team and follow world events,” he said.

Projected industry growth of 6.5 percent

  • Posted on August 17, 2017 at 5:42 pm

National industry growth is projected to end the year at 6.5 percent, in line with national economic growth sought to remain above six per cent.

“I am optimistic the industry growth of 6.5 per cent until the end of the year,” Industry Minister MS Hidayat said after giving the poor kapada Eid gifts and employee groups I and II in the Ministry of Industry, said here on Thursday.

He asserted that the target can only be achieved if other ministries involved escorting a number of investment plans in the industry in order teralisasi this year.

Ministry of Industry, he added, still rely on labor-intensive industries, such as textiles and footwear, as well as other technology-intensive industries and are able to give effect to the creation of the industry chain and new business growth as a draft.

“Labor-intensive industries absolutely must be maintained and are allowed to survive,” said Hidayat. It was judged too important to keep going no huge unemployment in the country.

Hidayat believes processing industry, including the furniture industry, still has a growing trend, compared to primary raw materials-based industries whose prices are falling. Moreover, he said, consumption in the domestic sector is still a mainstay of the national economy, in addition to investment and exports.

“The government agreed to seek national economic growth of not less than six percent,” said Hidayat, who had previously participated in a meeting with the Governor of Bank Indonesia five economic ministers to discuss the current macroeconomic situation.

To keep the national economic growth remained above six per cent, he said, among other things to keep the unemployment rate did not increase, so labor-intensive industries play an important role.

Taxi Express Gets Rp 60 Billion Profit, Grow 54%

  • Posted on March 30, 2017 at 4:58 pm

Is ground transportation services brand Express, Express Transindo Main Tbk PT (TAXI) earned a net profit of Rp 60.5 billion. The amount of net income increased 54% when compared to net income in the same period in 2012 amounting to Rp 39 billion. This achievement exceeded the company’s target of Rp 59 billion.

The rise in net profit driven by the acquisition of the company’s total revenue per June 30, 2013 which reached Rp 331.3 billion, an increase of 40% when compared to the same period of the previous year of Rp 237 billion.

“The Company’s financial performance this semester boast, revenue growth and significant earnings thanks to the success and efficiency of the Company’s expansion strategy, in addition to our success was due to maintaining the quality of service,” said Chief Financial Officer Taxi Express David Santoso in a press release, in Jakarta, Friday (2 / 8/2013).

He said the biggest contribution is still dominated by regular taxi which reached 84%. The rest of the Business Value Added Business Transportation Limousine dominated by vehicles that are in Bali, Lombok, Bandung and Jakarta.

Express regular cab fleet itself which operates to this day more than 8,800 units, which is targeted to reach 10 035 units by year-end.

“This year we expect to be able to add to our regular fleet of 2,000 units,” added David.

For this year, he said, the company aims to add 5 new pool in the area Jadetabek.

According to him, from the target, the Company has been getting 3 new locations for the pool. The Company is currently looking for a location for a second pool. Indeed most current pool still in Jadetabek. In addition to the Jadetabek, Express Group also has a pool in the other areas, namely in Bali, Lombok, Medan, Surabaya and Semarang.

Meanwhile, with regard to the new tariff set Express Group, David explained that it does not affect the Company’s financial.

This is because the Express Group implemented a partnership scheme with the driver, so that the new tariff solely to adjust the driver’s income and maintain the welfare of each individual driver’s partner.

While the driver of the Company’s partners deposit value remained elevated and did not participate. “We will continue to focus on improving service to our customers. We are confident in the consistency of the Company’s future financial performance has continued to increase, especially taxi business in Indonesia is very potential, “he explained.