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Kemenperin value shipbuilding industry has not been ideal : http://www.antaranews.com/berita/452902/kemenperin-nilai-industri-galangan-kapal-belum-ideal/10 September 2014
Deputy Minister of Industry Alex Retraubun states domestic shipbuilding industry has not mancapai ideal conditions.

"Progress has been achieved in the domestic shipbuilding industry is still far from ideal conditions for a maritime country," Alex said when delivering a speech at the suave Marintec Indonesia 2014 in Jakarta, Wednesday.

Alex said the conditions were not ideal, especially when seen from the number or volume of vessels built in the country and is expected to ship in domestic production capacity will continue to increase.

According to Alex, this time in the country there are approximately 250 shipbuilding industry with an installed production capacity of approximately 900,000 dead weight tons (DWT) per year for maintenance and repair.

"The largest production facilities owned by the form of the size of 150,000 dwt graving dock and is currently a domestic shipyard is building two 300,000 dwt graving dock size," said Alex.

In addition, there is some commitment Alex added of the domestic shipbuilding industry which will build or expand shipyard outside Java and is expected to ship in domestic production capacity will continue to increase.

Alex stated several strategies and policies adopted by the Ministry of Industry (Ministry of Industry) in the development of the domestic shipbuilding industry, among others, securing and optimizing the utilization of the domestic market as a base load for the development of shipbuilding industry.

"Besides developing domestic supporting industries such as industrial raw materials and components and the ability of the vessel to improve product certification component industry in the country," said Alex.

Another strategy the Ministry of Industry, said Alex, that improve the skills and capabilities of human resources with the shipping industry human resources training and certification shipping industry.

Moreover, he added, is also an increasing mastery of technology, design and engineering through the development center of the National Ship Design and Engineering (PDRKN), develop a Special Area Industry Shipyard to attract foreign and local investors.
Advancing Maritime Shipping Industry Sector : http://news.analisadaily.com/read/industri-perkapalan-majukan-sektor-maritim/158648/2015/08/07/7 August 2015
Maritime shipping industry in Indonesia is like a "sewing machine", if the industry forward, then other industries will come up progress, so said education practitioners shipping engineering courses University of Indonesia Dr. Sunaryo.

Sunaryo said the shipping industry in Indonesia has a huge potential, but unfortunately the shipbuilding industry in the country has not seen promised by the manufacturer or the company in part.
 
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Pulley trackle and hoists other than skip hoists; winches and capstans; jacks. Other winches; capstans : Powered by electric motor.
PT. Dataindo Inti SwakarsaTelp : (62 - 21) 719 3832
3rd Floor, Gapura Raya BuildingTelp : (62 - 21) 719 3834
Jl. Bangka Raya No. 4, Pela Mampang Email : info@disb2b.com
Jakarta 12720, Indonesia
Chapter Headings US $ Select All
Import Duty 1.00
Value Added Tax 1.00
Total Tax 1.00
Import Trade Figures 5.00
Export Trade Figures 5.00
Countries of Origin [17] 1.70

Report Content
APPLICABLE TAXES AND DUTIES NORMAL RATE % PREFFERENTIAL RATE %
Import Duty 15.0 5.0
Value Added Tax 10.0 10.0
Luxury Tax 0.0 0.0
Total Tax 26.5 15.5
Ministerial Decree No. 133/PMK.01/2005 date December 23, 2005
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Current
IMPORTED INTO INDONESIA 2007 2008 2009
CIF (US) 23,027,318 19,067,348 20,447,454
Quantity (Unit) 2,123,329 3,698,379 5,453,456
Weight (Kg) 7,221,440 11,661,880 12,567,123
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Historical
IMPORTED INTO INDONESIA 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
CIF (US) 7,374,478 10,047,482 10,842,850 7,459,774 16,714,619
Quantity (Unit) 1,887,946 2,489,655 3,303,849 494,569 788,285
Weight (Kg) 4,905,807 6,478,645 7,073,154 6,222,921 11,604,996
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Current
EXPORTED FROM INDONESIA 2007 2008 2009
FOB (US) 110,581 130,768 135,342
Quantity (Unit) 100,465 246,561 144,567
Weight (Kg) 73,787 93,685 90,768
The data above is sample data only
Historical
EXPORTED FROM INDONESIA 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
FOB (US) 8,536,653 6,826,064 2,540,297 1,832,218 1,227,393
Quantity (Unit) 1,319,636 2,565,227 183,309 245,746 2,956,615
Weight (Kg) 8,496,901 5,326,395 1,861,318 1,497,720 1,404,649
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Current
COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN IN 2009 US %
Malaysia 9,024,355 53.99
Singapore 4,920,377 29.44
Philippines 2,386,376 14.28
Ireland 326,250 1.95
Netherlands 38,372 0.23
Australia 13,627 0.08
United Kingdom 4,229 0.02
United States 796 < 0.01
Taiwan 237 < 0.01
Total 16,714,619 100
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Current
COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION IN 2009 US %
Japan 967,895 78.86
Saudi Arabia 43,105 3.51
Kuwait 32,614 2.66
Malaysia 30,923 2.52
Australia 26,865 2.19
Romania 20,146 1.64
Timor Leste 17,964 1.46
Solomon Islands 17,216 1.4
Singapore 16,630 1.35
Eritrea 16,065 1.31
United Arab Emirates 13,419 1.09
Madagascar 7,928 0.65
India 4,840 0.39
Oman 4,640 0.38
United States 2,835 0.23
Qatar 2,786 0.23
Bangladesh 1,130 0.09
Hongkong 360 0.02
New Zealand 32 < 0.01
Total 1,227,393 100
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