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STUDI TENTANG KONDISI PASAR DAN PROSPEK INDUSTRI MINYAK SAWIT DAN TURUNANNYA DI INDONESIA, 2016
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STUDY ON THE MARKET CONDITIONS AND PROSPECTS OF PALM OIL 
AND IT'S DERIVATIVES INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA, 2016
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Kami tawarkan Buku tersebut kepada Anda seharga Rp. 7.000.000 (Tujuh juta rupiah), guna membantu para pelaku bisnis pada industri minyak sawit, membantu para Investor, membantu pihak Perbankan atau Kreditor, dan pihak lainnya yang terkait, dengan cara melihat peta kekuatan diantara para pesaing/partner Anda, baik pesaing dari luar negeri maupun dalam negeri, mempelajari perkembangan Ekspor dan Impor produk minyak sawit dan turunannya di Indonesia, mengetahui hambatan dan peluang bagi perusahaan yang kondisinya berfluktuasi, mengetahui main market dari setiap perusahaan minyak sawit, mengetahui pangsa pasar luar negeri, serta informasi lainnya yang perlu Anda ketahui.

Seberapa besar kontribusi perusahaan Anda dalam meningkatkan kapasitas produksi guna memenuhi pesanan dari para buyer baik lokal maupun internasional, mencermati setiap peluang yang ada, dan diharapkan dengan memiliki buku ini, perusahaan Anda menjadi lebih produktif, efisien, lebih maju dan bersaing secara sehat.

Studi ini tentunya kami dukung dengan data statistik, baik berbentuk tabel, grafik, dan gambar, agar para pembaca semakin jelas melihat perkembangan setiap lini produk utama dan turunannya dari minyak sawit yang menjadi produk unggulan Indonesia. 

KATA PENGANTAR

Industri minyak sawit merupakan industri strategis dalam perekonomian Indonesia, khususnya dimasa yang akan datang. Para ahli pertanian dunia telah lama mengakui, bahwa pertanian termasuk perkebunan kelapa sawit memiliki fungsi ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan bagi masyarakat. Berbagai studi baik dari lembaga internasional maupun lembaga di Indonesia, telah membuktikan bahwa industri minyak sawit Indonesia berkontribusi besar baik bagi perekonomian nasional, pembangunan ekonomi daerah, pengurangan kemiskinan maupun untuk pelestarian lingkungan hidup. Oleh karena itu, pengembangan industri minyak sawit perlu dilihat sebagai upaya memperbesar manfaat ekonomi, sosial dan kelestarian lingkungan hidup yang lebih besar dan lebih berkualitas.

Kedepan, selain meningkatkan peran yang telah ada selama ini, industri minyak sawit Indonesia juga dituntut pada peran baru yakni menyediakan energi sebagai pengganti energi fosil. Sebagaimana diketahui, bahwa ketergantungan Indonesia pada solar impor sudah sangat tinggi dan akan semakin tinggi kedepan jika tidak ada upaya untuk menggantikannya. Impor solar selain berisiko tinggi secara ekonomi, penggunaan solar juga menghasilkan emisi gas rumah kaca yang cukup besar dan secara global menjadi kontributor utama perubahan iklim global. Oleh karena itu, penggantian solar dengan biodiesel berbahan baku minyak sawit menjadi tuntutan baru kedepan. Selain membangun kemandirian energi, pengembangan biodiesel tersebut jauh lebih ramah lingkungan.

Dengan tambahan peran baru industri minyak sawit tersebut, yakni menyediakan biodiesel, tentu memerlukan peningkatan ketersediaan bahan baku berupa minyak sawit mentah (CPO). Sementara untuk kebutuhan hilirisasi oleopangan dan oleokimia juga terus meningkat seiring dengan pertumbuhan ekonomi dan pertambahan jumlah penduduk Indonesia. Dengan kata lain, hilirisasi dan pengembangan biodiesel perlu disertai dengan peningkatan produksi CPO agar tidak terjadi trade-off fuel-food sebagaimana dialami banyak negara. 

Industri pengolahan kelapa sawit
  1. Indonesia merupakan negara produsen minyak mentah sawit (CPO & CPKO) terbesar di dunia, dengan produksi CPO tahun 2013 sekitar 29,5 juta ton dan produksi CPKO tahun 2013 sekitar 3,9 juta ton;
  2. Produksi CPO diperkirakan mencapai 40 juta ton pada tahun 2020, dan mencapai 60 juta ton pada tahun 2030;
  3. Berdasarkan Peraturan Presiden No. 28 Tahun 2008 dan Peraturan Menteri Perindustrian No. 13 Tahun 2010, industri pengolahan minyak sawit merupakan industri prioritas nasional untuk dikembangkan dengan pertimbangan potensi penyediaan bahan baku yang melimpah;
  4. Potensi penyediaan bahan baku industri hilir kelapa sawit Indonesia (Sumber: Renstra Ditjen Bun Kementan/diolah, 2012).
 Tabel proyeksi area kelapa sawit di Indonesia

Pohon industri pengolahan kelapa sawit



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DAFTAR ISI


BAB I : PENDAHULUAN 
1.1. Latar belakang 
1.2. Tujuan dan ruang lingkup 
1.3. Sumber data dan informasi 

BAB II : PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI INDONESIA

BAB III : PERKEMBANGAN MINYAK SAWIT INDONESIA 
3.1. Pembenihan kelapa sawit
3.2. Perkembangan luas areal kelapa sawit
3.2.1. Menurut pengusahaan dan provinsi
3.2.2. Perkembangan komposisi umur kelapa sawit menurut pengusahaan dan provinsi
3.3. Perkembangan CPO
3.3.1. Penyebaran dan kapasitas produksi pabrikkelapa sawit
3.3.2. Perkembangan produksi CPO menurut pengusahaan dan provinsi
3.3.3. Perkembangan produktivitas CPO menurut pengusahaan dan provinsi
3.4. Perkembangan ekspor dan konsumsi domestik CPO
3.5. Industri hilir
3.5.1. Industri minyak goreng sawit/margarin/shortening 
3.5.2. Industri margarin/shortening 
3.6. Perkembangan industri oleokimia
3.6.1. Industri sabun/detergent 
3.7. Evolusi kebijakan pemerintah
3.8. Perkembangan harga energi dunia, pupuk dan rasio harga
3.8.1. Pergerakan harga energi dunia, minyak mentah
3.8.2. Pergerakan indeks harga pupuk
3.8.3. Pergerakan harga CPO dunia
3.9. Proyeksi produksi dan penggunaan minyak sawit
3.10. Proyeksi pengembangan perkebunan kelapa sawit 

BAB IV : PERKEMBANGAN MINYAK NABATI 
4.1. Produksi minyak nabati
4.2. Rata-rata produksi minyak hasil panen
4.3. Produksi minyak kelapa sawit oleh negara produsen utama
4.4. Ekspor minyak kelapa sawit oleh negara produsen utama
4.5. Impor minyak kelapa sawit oleh negara-negara
4.6. Konsumsi minyak kelapa sawit oleh negara-negara
4.7. Konsumsi minyak kelapa sawit dunia
4.8. Struktur anggota RSPO (Roundtable on SustainablePalm Oil)
4.9. Struktur RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil)
4.10. Model rantai suplai segregation
4.11. Pasar minyak nabati dunia
4.11.1. Penduduk dunia berdasarkan kawasan
4.11.2. Perkembangan konsumsi minyak nabati dunia
4.11.2.1. Perkembangan konsumsi minyak nabati per kawasan
4.11.3. Pola konsumsi minyak nabati berdasarkan kawasan 

BAB V : PERANAN INDUSTRI MINYAK SAWIT DALAM PEREKONOMIAN INDONESIA 
5.1. Kontribusi persawitan Indonesia dalam pertumbuhan ekonomi
5.1.1. Keterkaitan pertumbuhan perkebunan kelapa sawit dengan sektor lain
5.1.2. Dampak perkebunan kelapa sawit pada sektor lain
5.1.3. Peran ekspor minyak sawit dalam perekonomian
5.1.4. Menyediakan minyak nabati yang kompetitif bagi dunia : Feeding the world  
5.2. Peran industri minyak sawit dalam pembangunan pedesaan
5.2.1. Perkebunan kelapa sawit: menumbuhkan pusat pertumbuhan baru pedesaan
5.2.2. Menarik pertumbuhan sektor lain di kawasan pedesaan
5.2.3. Pertumbuhan produksi CPO memacu pertumbuhan ekonomi sentra sawit
5.2.4. Perekonomian sentra sawit bertumbuh lebih cepat dibanding non sentra sawit
5.3. Peranan perkebunan kelapa sawit dalam mengurangi kemiskinan
5.3.1. Merubah petani miskin menjadi pengusaha
5.3.2. Menciptakan kesempatan kerja di kawasan pedesaan
5.3.3. Pendapatan petani sawit meningkat cepat
5.3.4. Pertumbuhan asset petani sawit
5.3.5. Pendapatan rumah tangga petani sawit lebih tinggi dari petani non sawit
5.3.6. Mengatasi kemiskinan dan menciptakan kelas ekonomi menengah di pedesaan
5.3.7. Perkebunan kelapa sawit menurunkan kemiskinan di pedesaan
5.4. Kontribusi industri minyak sawit dalam pelestarian lingkungan
5.4.1. Kebijakan dan regulasi tata kelola perkebunan kelapa sawit Indonesia yang berkelanjutan
5.4.2. Asal-usul lahan perkebunan kelapa sawit dari degraded land dan low carbon 
5.4.3. Perkebunan kelapa sawit berfungsi ekologis
5.4.4. Perkebunan kelapa sawit menyerap CO2 dari atmosfir bumi
5.4.5. Perkebunan kelapa sawit mengurangi emisi GHG degraded peat land 
5.4.6. Pelestarian biodiversity pada perkebunan kelapa sawit
5.4.7. Industri minyak sawit hemat sumber daya dan minimum polusi 

BAB VI : KONDISI PASAR INDONESIA 
6.1. Pemain utama perkebunan kelapa sawit nasional
6.2. Minyak nabati dunia bergantung kepada CPO Indonesia
6.3. Produksi minyak sawit Indonesia mencapai 31,5 juta ton
6.4. GAPKI minta aturan pembakaran lahan direvisi
6.5. DPR usulkan rancangan Undang-undang perlindungan sawit
6.6. Perpanjangan hak guna usaha cukup 14 hari
6.7. Proyek hilirisasi sawit Indonesia - Malaysia
6.8. Aturan SNI minyak goreng akan dirombak
6.9. Peran institusi akademisi sangat dibutuhkan untuk mendukung industri sawit nasional
6.10. Korea Selatan berminat investasi di sektor listrik sampai kelapa sawit
6.11. Program penghiliran kelapa sawit perlu direstrukturisasi
6.12. Enam perusahaan biofuel terancam menghentikan pasokan ke Pertamina
6.13. Empat produk ekspor strategis wajib L/C
6.14. Tantangan ekspor minyak sawit 
6.15. Antisipasi surplus di industri kelapa sawit 
6.16. Belanda tertarik investasi industri hilir minyak sawit di Indonesia
6.17. Industri sawit menjaga defisit perdagangan Indonesia
6.18. Lindungi industri sawit nasional
6.19. Pemerintah mendorong industri pengembangan kelapa sawit
6.20. Potensi kelapa sawit Indonesia
6.21. Kebijakan pembiayaan ekspor minyak sawit
6.22. Sosialisasi SNI minyak goreng sawit secara wajib oleh Kementerian Perindustrian
6.23. Pengusaha minyak sawit mendukung Mandatori B-15
6.24. SNI minyak goreng kemasan bisa meningkatkan daya saing produk
6.25. Manfaat minyak sawit untuk industri non pangan
6.26. Refleksi industri kelapa sawit 2014 dan prospek 2015
6.27. Eropa syaratkan RSPO-RED bagi produsen CPO
6.28. Perkebunan sawit rakyat perlu dibina
6.29. Perbaikan infrastruktur
6.30. Biodiesel, alternatif BBM
6.31. Tahun 2015, semua kebun sawit AALI memperoleh sertifikat ISPO
6.32. Permintaan benih sawit hanya 100 juta butir
6.33. Darwin Indigo, Direktur Wilmar Internasional : Dongkrak penggunaan biodiesel, CPO bisa fokus pada pasar domestik
6.34. Sawit bukan perusak, tetapi penyerap karbon yang lebih ramah lingkungan
6.35. Sekjen APKASINDO : Isu global tekan petanikelapa sawit
6.36. PT Sumbermas Sarana, Tbk. membukukan laba Rp 735 miliar
6.37. Indonesia sebagai produsen CSPO terbesar di dunia
6.38. KADIN dorong perusahaan sawit bebas deforestasi
6.39. Semua kebun sawit milik Asian Agri telah memperoleh sertifikat ISPO
6.40. Seratus perusahaan sawit telah mengantongi sertifikat ISPO
6.41. Sawit menyumbang devisa bagi negara sebesar Rp 170 triliun
6.42. Ekspor non migas Indonesia ke Mesir tumbuh 10,48%
6.43. PT Socfin Indonesia produksi benih sawit tahan ganoderma
6.44. Asian Agri mengelola 20 ribu hektar kebun petani swadaya 

BAB VII : MARKET BRIEF MINYAK KELAPA SAWIT INDONESIA DI BEBERAPA NEGARA 
7.1. Korea Selatan
7.1.1. Pemilihan negara
7.1.2. Pemilihan produk
7.1.3. Profil singkat negara Korea Selatan
7.1.4. Potensi pasar minyak kelapa sawit di Korea Selatan
7.1.4.1. Ekspor minyak kelapa sawit dari Korea Selatan ke dunia
7.1.4.2. Potensi pasar minyak kelapa sawit di Korea Selatan
7.1.4.3. Regulasi produk minyak kelapa sawit di Korea Selatan
7.1.4.3.1. Kebijakan impor minyak kelapa sawit di Korea Selatan
7.1.4.3.2. Pengurusan ijin impor (import clearance)
7.1.5. Standarisasi Korea Selatan
7.1.6. Hambatan lainnya
7.1.7. Peluang dan strategi
7.1.7.1. Peluang
7.1.8. Strategi
7.1.8.1. Fokus pasar
7.1.8.2. Partisipasi pada pameran dagang
7.1.8.3. Menjalin kerjasama dengan lembaga/institusi di Korea Selatan
7.1.8.4. Memiliki website perusahaan
7.1.8.5. Peningkatan promosi dan pemasaran lainnya
7.1.8.6. Mempelajari budaya Korea Selatan
7.1.9. Informasi penting
7.1.9.1. Perwakilan Korea Selatan di Indonesia
7.1.9.2. Perwakilan Indonesia di Korea Selatan
7.1.10. Lembaga / asosiasi berkaitan dengan minyak kelapa sawit di Korea Selatan (RSPO)
7.1.11. Daftar importir
7.2. Uni Eropa
7.2.1. Ekspor produk kelapa sawit dan olahannya dari Indonesia ke Uni Eropa
7.2.2. HS code
7.2.3. Negara-negara pemasok utama kelapa sawit dan olahannya ke Jerman
7.2.4. Negara-negara tujuan utama ekspor Jerman untuk produk kelapa sawit dan olahannya
7.2.5. Ekspor Jerman ke dunia serta impor dari dunia untuk produk kelapa sawit dan olahannya
7.2.6. Ekspor produk kelapa sawit dan olahannya dari Indonesia ke Jerman
7.2.7. Kebijakan impor produk kelapa sawit dan olahannya di Jerman
7.2.8. Persyaratan mutu, label dan kemasan
7.2.9. Perwakilan Jerman di Indonesia
7.2.10. Perwakilan Indonesia di Jerman
7.2.11. Daftar pameran produk kelapa sawit dan olahannya di Jerman
7.2.12. Daftar importir produk kelapa sawit dan olahannya di Jerman
7.3. Australia
7.3.1. Perekonomian Australia
7.3.2. Definisi produk
7.3.3. Pasar Australia
7.3.3.1. Industri minyak kelapa sawit dan turunannya
7.3.3.2. Industri minyak goreng dan mentega
7.3.4. Impor dari dunia
7.3.5. Peluang/potensi pasar
7.3.6. Regulasi terkait
7.3.7. Segmen produk
7.3.8. Saluran distribusi
7.3.9. Strategi
7.3.10. Pameran
7.3.11. Daftar importir
7.3.12. Perwakilan Republik Indonesia 

BAB VIII :  ROADMAP INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN CPO 
8.1. Pengelompokan industri CPO 
8.1.1. Kelompok industri hulu
8.1.2. Kelompok industri antara
8.1.3. Kelompok industri hilir
8.2. Kecenderungan global industri CPO 
8.2.1. Kecenderungan yang telah terjadi
8.2.2. Kecenderungan yang akan terjadi
8.2.3. Analisis terhadap kecenderungan yang telah dan akan terjadi dalam perkembangan CPO 
8.3. Permasalahan yang dihadapi industri CPO 
8.4. Faktor daya saing
8.4.1. Permintaan dan penawaran
8.4.1.1. Permintaan dunia dan domestik
8.4.1.2. Analisis gap
8.4.1.3. Perilaku pasar
8.4.2. Faktor kondisi (input)
8.4.2.1. Sumber daya alam 
8.4.2.2. Sumber daya modal 
8.4.2.3. Sumber daya manusia
8.4.2.4. Infrastruktur
8.4.3. Industri inti, pendukung dan terkait
8.4.4. Strategi pengusaha dan perusahaan
8.5. Analisis SWOT 
8.5.1. Kekuatan 
8.5.2. Kelemahan
8.5.3. Peluang
8.5.4. Ancaman
8.6. Sasaran
8.6.1. Jangka menengah (2010-2014)
8.6.2. Jangka panjang (2015-2025)
8.7. Strategi dan kebijakan
8.7.1. Visi dan arah pengembangan industri CPO
8.7.2. Indikator pencapaian
8.7.3. Tahapan implementasi
8.8. Program / rencana aksi
8.8.1. Jangka menengah (2010-2014)
8.8.2. Jangka panjang (2015-2025) 

BAB IX : PROSPEK DAN IKLIM INVESTASI MINYAK SAWIT DI INDONESIA 
9.1. Prospek investasi
9.2. Masalah iklim investasi
9.3. Peran dunia usaha dan investasi 

BAB X : PERKEMBANGAN INDUSTRI MINYAK GORENG
10.1. Faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi kinerja industri minyak goreng sawit di Indonesia
10.2. Permasalah kinerja yang dihadapi industri minyak goreng sawit di Indonesia
10.3. Distribusi produksi minyak goreng dunia
10.4. Jenis minyak dengan pertumbuhan paling tinggi
10.5. Rantai aktivitas dari kebun sawit (TBS) sampai dengan minyak goreng dan produk lain yang dihasilkan
10.6. Teknis produksi
10.7. Analisis finansial kelayakan industri minyak goreng kelapa sawit
10.7.1. Biaya investasi
10.7.2. Biaya operasional
10.7.3. Hasil analisis finansial 

BAB XI : KEBIJAKAN STRATEGIS INDUSTRI MINYAK SAWIT 
11.1. Paket kebijakan big push industri minyak sawit nasional
11.2. Kebijakan tata ruang
11.3. Kebijakan pertanahan
11.4. Kebijakan perizinan industri minyak sawit
11.5. Kebijakan suku bunga kredit
11.6 Kebijakan infrastruktur dan pelabuhan
11.7. Kebijakan subsitusi solar dengan biodiesel (mandatory biodiesel)
11.8. Kebijakan perdagangan internasional
11.9. Kebijakan perpajakan
11.10. Kebijakan riset dan pengembangan
11.11. Kebijakan lingkungan dan pembangunan berkelanjutan (sustainable development) 
11.12. Kebijakan kelembagaan dan organisasi ekonomi petani sawit

BAB XII : PERDAGANGAN KOMODITAS STRATEGIS
12.1. Marjin perdagangan minyak goreng 3,86 %, terigu 5,92% garam 23,74 persen, dan susu bubuk 13,02 persen
12.1.1. Pola distribusi perdagangan
12.1.2. Papua penerima pasokan minyak goreng terbesar
12.1.3. Marjin perdagangan dan pengangkutan (MPP)
12.1.3.1. Pola distribusi perdagangan nasional
12.1.3.2. Peta distribusi perdagangan provinsi
12.1.4. Marjin perdagangan dan pengangkutan (MPP) minyak goreng 

BAB XIII : MASYARAKAT EKONOMI ASEAN 2015 (PENYAMAAN KEBIJAKAN PAJAK EKSPOR MINYAK SAWIT INDONESIA-MALAYSIA) 
13.1. MEA sebagai bentuk kesatuan ekonomi
13.2. Penyamaan pajak ekspor sawit
13.3. Nasib pungutan CPO
13.4. Penyesuaian 

BAB XIV : KEBIJAKAN DUKUNGAN KEUANGAN UNTUK CPO 
14.1. Faktor penentu perilaku harga CPO
14.2. Dampak pungutan CSF 

BAB XV : PERKEMBANGAN EKSPOR – IMPOR 
15.1. Perkembangan ekspor minyak kelapa sawit menurut negara tujuan dalam lima tahun terakhir
15.2. Perkembangan ekspor minyak sawit dan turunannya (Kode HS 1511-1518), 2011-2015
15.3. Rekap perkembangan ekspor minyak sawit dan turunannya (Kode HS 1511-1518), 2011-2015
15.4. Perkembangan impor minyak sawit dan turunannya (Kode HS 1511-1515), 2011-2015
15.5. Rekap perkembangan impor minyak sawit dan turunannya (Kode HS 1511-1518), 2011-2015
15.6. Perkembangan ekspor lemak dan minyak hewani (Kode HS 1516000000-1516209900), 2011-2015
15.7. Rekap perkembangan ekspor lemak dan minyak hewani (Kode HS 1516000000-1516209900), 2011-2015
15.8. Perkembangan impor lemak dan minyak hewani (Kode HS 1516101000-1516209600), 2011-2015
15.9. Rekap perkembangan impor lemak dan minyak hewani (Kode HS 1516101000-1516209600), 2011-2015
15.10. Perkembangan ekspor margarine (Kode HS 1517000000-1517909000), 2011-2015
15.11. Rekap perkembangan ekspor margarine (Kode HS 1517000000-1517909000), 2011-2015
15.12. Perkembangan impor margarine (Kode HS 1517000000-1517909000), 2011-2015
15.13. Rekap perkembangan impor margarine (Kode HS 1517000000-1517909000), 2011-2015
15.14. Perkembangan ekspor lemak dan minyak hewani/nabati (Kode HS 1518001400-1518006000), 2011-2015
15.15. Perkembangan ekspor lemak dan minyak hewani/nabati serta fraksinya (Kode HS 1518000000-1518009000), 2011-2015
15.16. Rekap perkembangan ekspor lemak dan minyak hewani atau nabati serta fraksinya (Kode HS 1518000000-1518009000), 2011-2015
15.17. Perkembangan impor lemak dan minyak hewani atau nabati serta fraksinya (Kode HS 1518000000-1518009000), 2011-2015
15.18. Ekspor komoditi pertanian sub sektor perkebunan, 2012-2015
15.19. Ekspor komoditi pertanian sub sektor perkebunan menurut negara tujuan, 2012-2015
15.20. Neraca perdagangan kelapa sawit, 2012-2015 

BAB : XVI  PROSPEK INDUSTRI MINYAK SAWIT DAN IKLIM INVESTASI DI INDONESIA 
16.1. Prospek investasi
16.2. Kendala iklim investasi
16.3. Peranan strategis
16.4. Ekspor minyak sawit dan turunannya, berperan menyelamatkan defisit transaksi berjalan Indonesia
16.5. Penerimaan bea keluar dari ekspor CPO dan produk turunannya
16.6. Hubungan kondisi ekonomi dunia dengan ekspor produk sawit Indonesia
16.7. Perlunya pemahaman dan dukungan atas peran dunia usaha dan investasi bagi pembangunan ekonomi di Indonesia 

BAB XVII : PENGEMBANGAN INDUSTRI HILIR/OLEOKIMIA DASAR BERBASIS MINYAK KELAPA SAWIT 
17.1. Potensi pengembangan turunan CPO di Kalimantan Timur
17.1.1. Situasi pemasaran
17.1.1.1. Pasar dunia
17.1.1.2. Pasar domestik
17.1.1.2.1. Gambaran produk
17.1.1.2.2.  Kapasitas produksi oleokimia
17.1.1.2.3. Ketersediaan bahan baku oleokimia
17.1.1.3. Struktur industri
17.1.2. Potensi daerah dan teknis produksi
17.1.2.1. Potensi lokasi
17.1.2.2. Potensi produksi dan ketersediaan sumber daya
17.1.2.3. Teknis produksi
17.1.3. Kebijakan dan infrastruktur pendukung
17.1.3.1. Infrastruktur
17.1.3.2. Legalitas
17.1.3.3. Aspek sosial ekonomi & lingkungan
17.1.4. Analisis finansial
17.1.4.1. Asumsi
17.1.4.2. Kebutuhan biaya investasi
17.1.4.3. Proyeksi rugi laba dan cash flow 
17.1.4.4. Kriteria kelayakan proyek dan analisis sensitivitas 

BAB XVIIIINDONESIAN SUSTAINABLE PALM OIL SYSTEM
18.1. Penunjukan lembaga sertifikasi ISPO
18.2. Permohonan pengakuan lembaga sertifikasi
18.3. Konsultasi publik ISPO
18.3.1. Tujuan ISPO
18.4. Pengakuan sertifikat lembaga sertifikasi ISPO
18.4.1. Daftar perusahaan perkebunan kelapa sawit berkelanjutan di Indonesia
18.5. Proses penilaian ISPO 
18.6. Daftar perusahaan yang mendaftar sertifikasi ISPO 
18.7. Pengumuman publik
18.8. Inisiatif SPO 

BAB XIXPENUTUP
19.1. Kesimpulan
19.2. Saran
19.3. Perlunya inovasi menghadapi tantangan
19.4. Proyeksi prospek 5 tahun ke depan

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SAMPLE OF COMPANY PROFILE


BONANZA MEGAH Ltd., PT

A d d r e s s                                 :    Head Office & Factory
                                                         Kawasan Industri Terboyo Blok N.3 Semarang 50118
                                                         Central Java – Indonesia
                                                         Telp.          : +62-24-6590820 – 25
                                                         Fax.           : +62-24-6590824
                                                         e-mail        : info@bonanzamegahoil.com
                                                                            sales@bonanzamegahoil.com
                                                         Website     : http://bonanzamegahoil.com/
Date of Establishment                :    2 March 1972
Legal Status                                :    PT (Limited Liability Company)
Category                                     :    National Private and Domestic Investment
                                                         (PMDN) Company
P e r m i t s                                  :    The Capital Investment Coordinating Board
                                                         – No. 1086/Sekr/SP.PMDN/1972, Dated 19 July 1972
                                                         – No. 108/II/PMDN/1994, Dated 27 April 1994
                                                         – No. 347/III/PMDN/1994, Dated 22 August 1994
                                                         – No. 19/III/PMDN/1995, Dated 18 January 1995
                                                         The Department of Industry
                                                         – No. 556/DJAI/IUT/I/Non Fas/XII/83,
                                                            Dated 9 December 1983
                                                         – No. 51/DJAI/IUT-1/Non PMA-PMDN/II/1989
                                                            Dated 7 February 1989
Line of Business                         :    Edible oil industry – Coconut - Palm Oil - Margarine
Production Capacity                   :    a. Coconut Oil                  – 69,000 tons p.a.
                                                         b. Olein                                9,100 tons p.a.
                                                         c. Stearin                             2,400 tons p.a.
Market                                         :    Domestic
Capitalization                              :    a. Authorized Capital       - Rp. 375,000,000
                                                         b. Issued Capital               - Rp. 375,000,000
                                                         c. Paid Up Capital            - Rp. 375,000,000
Shareholder (s)                            :    a. Mr. Tjipta Wijaya Gautama
                                                         b. Mr. Drs. Irawan Satria Gautama
                                                         c. Mr. Arifin Setiawan Gautama
                                                         d. Mr. Mulyono Sutedjo
Total Investment                         :    a. Equity Capital               – Rp.    375 million
                                                         b. Loan Capital                 Rp. 4,434 million
                                                             Total Investment           – Rp. 4,809 million
B a n k e r (s)                               :    PT Bank NEGARA INDONESIA Tbk.
Started Operation                       :    1974
Total Employees                         :    160 persons
Board of Management                :    President Director – Mr. Tjipta Widjaja Gautama
                                                         Director (s) –         Mr. Drs. Irawan Satria Gautama
                                                                                       Mr. Arifin Setiawan Gautama
                                                                                       Mr. Adhi Nugroho Gautama

R E M A R K S :
The Pioneers 
PT. Bonanza Megah is proud to have pioneered the manufacture of Shortening, Margarine, BOS (Butter Oil Substitute), Coconut & Palm Oil. The company has received the ISO 9001 – 2008 Quality Management Systems.

Maintaining Leadership Profile
PT. Bonanza Megah maintains Leadership Profile in the Manufacture of a Wide Range of Quality  Products  for global market.

Our Commitment
1. To produce high quality of products
2. Providing human resources that have a high competence so as to effectively make continuous improvement
3. Interact with  suppliers to obtain high quality of raw materials
4. Manufacture products according to ISO 9001-2008 Quality Management Systems.
5. Always make improvements and development for customers satisfaction.

We are also ISO 9001:2008 for Quality Management Certified company

PT. Bonanza Megah is proud to have pioneered the manufacture of Shortening, Margarine, BOM, Coconut Palm Oil. The Company  has received the ISO 9001 – 2008 Quality Management Systems.

It is the policy of our factory to attain such a high level of quality that customers will have no hesitation in continuing to use our products.

Moreover, we promise to always provide our customers with high-quality products by constantly reviewing quality levels, eliminating inefficiencies, and speeding up processes.

All of our employees work together to design, develop, manufacture, and supply products that will meet the customers' needs and surpass their expectations. We are also committed to carrying out ongoing quality improvement activities aimed at pinpointing the ever-changing needs and expectations of our customers and supplying products that satisfy those needs, by which we can not only contribute to the betterment of society, but also to our own survival as a business.

As society has become more aware of the need to protect and preserve the environment, the corporate sector has realized that, as part of the global community, not only does it have to take steps to reduce its collective impact on the environment and carry out environmental conservation activities, but that companies also need some kind of system to indicate their stance on the environment and report the results of their activities to local communities, stakeholders, and society at large. Recognizing that the ISO 2001 standard would be an extremely effective tool in meeting the above needs, PT. Bonanza Megah launched a project to obtain ISO 2001 certification.

ISO 2001 is a standard pertaining to the operation of systems and aims to help companies build and implement systems for reducing their environmental impact; it is not legally binding. Acquisition of the environmental ISO standard is therefore voluntary, and it is even possible to make an autonomous declaration of environmental ISO compliance (along the lines of "We declare that our environmental management system meets the ISO 2001 requirements"). However, deciding that it would be better to be evaluated by a fair and objective third-party certification authority, PT. Bonanza Megah factory received a certification audit from the IQA (Indonesian Quality Assurance Organization) and was granted ISO 2001 certification in August 2001.


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FOREWORD

The palm oil industry is a strategic industry in the economy of Indonesia, in particular in the future. World agricultural experts have long recognized that agriculture including palm oil is a function of economic, social and environment for the community. Various studies from both international organizations and institutions in Indonesia, has proven that the Indonesian palm oil industry contributes a great good for the national economy, regional economic development, poverty reduction as well as for the preservation of the environment. Therefore, the development of the palm oil industry needs to be seen as an effort to increase economic benefits, social and environmental sustainability are larger and higher quality.

In the future, in addition to increasing the role that has been there all along, the Indonesian palm oil industry is also required on the new role of providing energy as a substitute for fossil energy. As we know, that Indonesia's dependence on diesel imports is already very high and will be even higher in the future if nothing is done to replace it. Imports of diesel in addition to high-risk economically, the use of diesel fuel also results in emissions of greenhouse gases and global large enough to be major contributors to global climate change. Therefore, the replacement of diesel with biodiesel made from palm oil to the new demands of the future. In addition to establishing energy independence, development of biodiesel is much more environmentally friendly.

With the addition of the new role of the palm oil industry, which provides biodiesel, would require an increase in the availability of raw materials such as crude palm oil (CPO). As for downstream needs oleopangan and oleochemical also continues to increase along with economic growth and population growth in Indonesia. In other words, the downstream and the development of biodiesel must be accompanied by an increase in CPO production in order to avoid trade-off fuel-food, as experienced by many countries.Palm oil processing industry
  1. Indonesia is a country producer of crude palm oil (CPO & CPKO) in the world, with CPO production in 2013 of about 29.5 million tonnes and production CPKO in 2013 approximately 3.9 million tons;
  2. CPO production is estimated to reach 40 million tons by 2020, and reach 60 million tonnes in 2030;
  3. Based on Presidential Decree No. 28 Year 2008 and the Regulation of the Minister of Industry No. 13 In 2010, palm oil processing industry is an industry of national priorities to be developed with consideration of the potential of the abundant supply of raw materials;
  4. Potential supply of raw materials downstream palm oil industry Indonesia.
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LIST OF CONTENTS




CHAPTER I : INTRODUCTION
1.1. Background 
1.2. Objectives and scope 
1.3. Sources of data and information

CHAPTER II: ECONOMIC GROWTH IN INDONESIA


 CHAPTER III: DEVELOPMENT OF INDONESIAN PALM OIL
3.1. Oil palm seeding 
3.2. The development of oil palm acreage 
3.2.1. According to the concession and provinces 
3.2.2. The development of oil palm age composition according to exploitation and province 
3.3. CPO development 
3.3.1. Deployment and production capacity of oil pabrikkelapa 
3.3.2. The development of cultivation and production of CPO by province 
3.3.3. The development of cultivation and productivity of CPO by province 
3.4. The development of export and domestic consumption CPO 
3.5. Downstream industries 
3.5.1. Industrial palm oil / margarine / shortening 
3.5.2. Industrial margarine / shortening 
3.6. The development of the oleochemical industry 
3.6.1. Industrial soap / detergent 
3.7. The evolution of government policy
3.8. The development of world energy prices, the fertilizer and the price ratio 
3.8.1. The movement of world energy prices, crude 
3.8.2. The movement of the fertilizer price index 
3.8.3. World CPO price movements 
3.9. Projections of production and use of palm oil3.10. The projection of the development of oil palm plantations 

CHAPTER IV: DEVELOPMENT OF VEGETABLE OIL 
4.1. Vegetable oil production 
4.2. Average production of oil crops 
4.3. Palm oil production by major producing countries 
4.4. Exports of palm oil by the main producer countries
4.5. Palm oil imports by countries 
4.6. Consumption of palm oil by countries 
4.7. World consumption of palm oil 
4.8. Structure member of RSPO (Roundtable on SustainablePalm Oil) 
4.9. The structure of RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) 
4.10. Supply chain model segregation 
4.11. World vegetable oil markets 
4.11.1. The world's population by region 
4.11.2. The development of world vegetable oil consumption 
4.11.2.1. The development of vegetable oil consumption per region 
4.11.3. Vegetable oil consumption patterns by region 

CHAPTER V: ROLE OF PALM OIL INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA'S ECONOMY 
5.1. Contributions persawitan Indonesia in economic growth 
5.1.1. Linkage growth of oil palm plantations with other sectors 
5.1.2. The impact of oil palm plantations in other sectors
5.1.3. The role of palm oil exports in the economy 
5.1.4. Providing competitive vegetable oil to the world: Feeding the world 
5.2. Palm oil industry's role in rural development 
5.2.1. Oil palm plantations: cultivate new growth center of the countryside 
5.2.2. Another interesting sector growth in rural areas 
5.2.3. CPO production growth spur economic growth center for oil 
5.2.4. Oil centers of the economy is growing faster than non oil centers 
5.3. The role of oil palm plantations in reducing poverty 
5.3.1. Changing poor farmers become entrepreneurs 
5.3.2. Creating employment opportunities in rural areas 
5.3.3. Palm farmers' income is rising fast 
5.3.4. Asset growth smallholders 
5.3.5. Household income of smallholders higher than non oil palm growers 
5.3.6. Overcoming poverty and creating a middle class in the rural economy 
5.3.7. Oil palm plantations in rural poverty reduction 
5.4. Contribution of the palm oil industry in environmental conservation 
5.4.1. Policy and regulatory governance of Indonesian oil palm plantations are sustainable 
5.4.2. The origins of oil palm plantations on degraded land and low carbon 
5.4.3. Oil palm plantations ecological function 
5.4.4. Oil palm plantations to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere of the earth 
5.4.5. Oil palm plantations reduce GHG emissions degraded peat land 
5.4.6. The preservation of biodiversity in oil palm plantations 
5.4.7. Palm oil industry resource-saving and minimum pollution 

CHAPTER VI: INDONESIA MARKET CONDITIONS
6.1. The main players of the national oil palm plantations
6.2. Vegetable oil depends on Indonesian CPO 
6.3. Indonesian palm oil production reached 31.5 million tons 
6.4. GAPKI asking for the burning of the revised land 
6.5. Parliament proposed a draft law of oil protection 
6.6. Extension of the right to cultivate enough 14 days 
6.7. Indonesian palm oil downstream projects - Malaysia 
6.8. SNI rules of cooking oil will be overhauled 
6.9. The role of academic institutions is needed to support the national oil industry 
6.10. South Korea interested in investing in the power sector to the oil palm 
6.11. Palm oil penghiliran program needs to be restructured 
6.12. Six biofuel company threatened to stop the supply to Pertamina 
6.13. Four strategic export products required L / C 
6.14. Challenges palm oil exports 
6.15. Anticipation surplus in the oil palm industry 
6.16. Netherlands attracted investments downstream palm oil industry in Indonesia 
6.17. Oil industry maintain trade deficit Indonesia 
6.18. Protect national oil industry 
6.19. The Government encourages the development of palm oil industry 
6.20. The potential of oil palm Indonesia 
6.21. Palm oil export financing policy 
6.22. SNI socialization palm olein is required by the Ministry of Industry 
6.23. Palm oil businessmen supporting Mandatory B-15 
6.24. SNI bottled cooking oil can enhance product competitiveness 
6.25. The benefits of palm oil for non-food industry 
6.26. Reflection of palm oil industry in 2014 and prospects for 2015 
6.27. European otherwise require RSPO-RED for CPO producers 
6.28. Oil palm plantations of the people needs to be fostered 
6.29. Improvements in infrastructure 
6.30. Biodiesel, an alternative fuel 
6.31. In 2015, all oil palm plantations AALI obtain a certificate of ISPO 
6.32. Oil seed demand is only 100 million eggs 
6.33. Darwin Indigo, director of Wilmar International: Boost the use of biodiesel, CPO can focus on domestic market 
6.34. Oil is not a destroyer, but the carbon sinks that are more environmentally friendly 
6.35. Secretary General Apkasindo: Global Issues petanikelapa press oil 
6.36. Sumbermas PT Sarana, Tbk. posted a profit of Rp 735 billion 
6.37. Indonesia as the world's largest producer CSPO 
6.38. Chamber push the oil companies free of deforestation 
6.39. All oil palm plantations belonging to Asian Agri has obtained the certificate of ISPO 
6.40. Hundred oil companies have obtained the certificate of ISPO
6.41. Oil accounted for the country's foreign exchange amounting to Rp 170 trillion 
6.42. Indonesian non-oil exports to Egypt grew 10.48% 
6.43. PT Socfin Indonesia oil palm seed production resistant ganoderma 
6.44. Asian Agri manages 20 thousand hectares of farmers' self-help 

CHAPTER VII: MARKET BRIEF PALM OIL INDONESIA IN SOME COUNTRIES 
7.1. South Korea 
7.1.1. Selection of country 
7.1.2. Product selection 
7.1.3. A brief profile of the country South Korea 
7.1.4. The market potential of palm oil in South Korea 
7.1.4.1. Exports of palm oil from South Korea to the world 
7.1.4.2. The market potential of palm oil in South Korea 
7.1.4.3. Regulation palm oil products in South Korea 
7.1.4.3.1. Palm oil import policy in South Korea 
7.1.4.3.2. Permits imports (import clearance) 
7.1.5. Standardization South Korea 
7.1.6. Other barriers 
7.1.7. Opportunities and strategies 
7.1.7.1. Chance 
7.1.8. Strategy
7.1.8.1. Market Focus 
7.1.8.2. Participation in trade shows
7.1.8.3. Establish cooperation with organizations / institutions in South Korea 
7.1.8.4. Having a company website 
7.1.8.5. Increased promotion and other marketing 
7.1.8.6. Learn the culture of South Korea
7.1.9. Important information 
7.1.9.1. South Korea's representative in Indonesia 
7.1.9.2. Indonesia's representative in South Korea 
7.1.10. Institutions / associations related to palm oil in South Korea (RSPO) 
7.1.11. The list of importers 
7.2. The European Union
7.2.1. Exports of palm oil products and processed products from Indonesia to the European Union
7.2.2. HS code
7.2.3. Countries the main suppliers of palm oil and its products to Germany 
7.2.4. The main destination countries for German exports of palm oil and other dairy products 
7.2.5. German exports to the world as well as imports from the world for palm oil and other dairy products 
7.2.6. Exports of palm oil products and processed products from Indonesia to Germany 
7.2.7. Import policies and processed palm oil products in Germany 
7.2.8. Quality requirements, labeling and packaging 
7.2.9. German representative in Indonesia 
7.2.10. Indonesian representatives in Germany 
7.2.11. List of exhibitions and processed palm oil products in Germany 
7.2.12. The list of importers of palm oil and other dairy products in Germany 
7.3. Australia
7.3.1. Australia's economy 
7.3.2. Product definition 
7.3.3. Australian Market 
7.3.3.1. The palm oil industry and its derivatives 
7.3.3.2. Cooking oil and butter 
7.3.4. Imports of the world 
7.3.5. Opportunities / potential market 
7.3.6. Related regulations 
7.3.7. Product segment 
7.3.8. Distribution channel 
7.3.9. Strategy 
7.3.10. Exhibition 
7.3.11. The list of importers 
7.3.12. Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia 

CHAPTER VIII: PROCESSING INDUSTRY ROADMAP CPO 
8.1. CPO industry grouping 
8.1.1. The upstream industry group 
8.1.2. Among industry groups 
8.1.3. Downstream industrial group 
8.2. The global trend of CPO industry 
8.2.1. A trend that has occurred 
8.2.2. A trend that will occur
8.2.3. Analysis of the trends that have and will occur in the development of CPO 
8.3. The problem faced by the industry CPO 
8.4. Competitiveness factors 
8.4.1. Demand and supply 
8.4.1.1. World demand and domestic 
8.4.1.2. Gap analysis 
8.4.1.3. Market behavior 
8.4.2. The condition factor (input) 
8.4.2.1. Natural resources 
8.4.2.2. Capital resources 
8.4.2.3. Human Resources 
8.4.2.4. Infrastructure 
8.4.3. Core industries, and related support
8.4.4. Entrepreneurs and corporate strategy 
8.5. SWOT analysis 
8.5.1. Power 
8.5.2. Weakness 
8.5.3. Chance 
8.5.4. Threat 
8.6. Target 
8.6.1. Medium-term (2010-2014) 
8.6.2. Long-term (2015-2025) 
8.7. Strategy and policy 
8.7.1. Vision and direction of the development of palm oil industry 
8.7.2. Indicators of achievement 
8.7.3. Stages of implementation 
8.8. Program / action plan 
8.8.1. Medium-term (2010-2014) 
8.8.2. Long-term (2015-2025) 

CHAPTER IX: INVESTMENT CLIMATE OUTLOOK AND PALM OIL IN INDONESIA 
9.1. Investment prospects 
9.2. Investment climate issues 
9.3. The role of business and investment 

CHAPTER X: DEVELOPMENT OF COOKING OIL INDUSTRY 
10.1. Factors that affect the performance of the palm oil industry in Indonesia 
10.2. Problems facing the industry performance of palm oil in Indonesia 
10.3. Distribution of world edible oil production 
10.4. Oils with the highest growth 
10.5. Chain activities of oil palm plantations (TBS) to the cooking oil and other products produced 
10.6. Technical production 
10.7. Analysis of financial feasibility of the palm oil industry
10.7.1. Investment costs 
10.7.2. Operating costs 
10.7.3. The results of the financial analysis 

CHAPTER XI: STRATEGIC POLICY PALM OIL INDUSTRY 
11.1. The policy package big push national palm oil industry 
11.2. Spatial policy 
11.3. Land policy 
11.4. Licensing policy palm oil industry 
11.5. Policy lending rates
11.6 Policies and port infrastructure 
11.7. Policies substituting diesel with biodiesel (biodiesel mandatory) 
11.8. International trade policy 
11.9. Taxation policy 
11.10. Research and development policy 
11.11. Environmental policy and sustainable development (sustainable development) 
11.12. Institutional policies and economic organization of smallholders 

CHAPTER XII: STRATEGIC COMMODITIES TRADE 
12.1. Cooking oil trading margin of 3.86%, 5.92% salt flour 23.74 percent, 13.02 percent and milk powder 
12.1.1. The distribution pattern of trade 
12.1.2. Papua receiver largest supply of cooking oil 
12.1.3. Trade and transportation margins (MPP)
12.1.3.1. The distribution pattern of national trade 
12.1.3.2. Map of the distribution of provincial trade 
12.1.4. Trade and transportation margins (MPP) of cooking oil 

CHAPTER XIII: 2015 ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (Match PALM OIL EXPORT TAX POLICY INDONESIA-MALAYSIA) 
13.1. MEA as a form of economic unity 
13.2. Match palm oil export tax 
13.3. The fate of the levy CPO 
13.4. Adjustments 

CHAPTER XIV: POLICY FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR CPO
14.1. Behavioral determinants CPO price 
14.2. Impact levy CSF

CHAPTER XV: THE DEVELOPMENT OF EXPORT - IMPORT 
15.1. The development of palm oil exports by country of destination in the last five years 
15.2. The development of exports of palm oil and its derivatives (HS Code 1511-1518), 2011-2015 
15.3. Recap the development of exports of palm oil and its derivatives (HS Code 1511 to 1518), 2011-2015 
15.4. The development of imports of palm oil and its derivatives (HS Code 1511-1515), 2011-2015 
15.5. Recap developmental import of palm oil and its derivatives (HS Code 1511 to 1518), 2011-2015
15.6. The development of animal fats and oils exports (HS Code 1516000000 to 1516209900), 2011-2015 
15.7. Recap the development of exports of animal fats and oils (HS Code 1516000000-1516209900), 2011-2015 
15.8. The development of imports of animal fats and oils (HS Code 1516101000-1516209600), 2011-2015 
15.9. Recap developmental import of animal fats and oils (HS Code 1516101000 to 1516209600), 2011-2015 
15.10. The development of margarine exports (HS Code 1517000000-1517909000), 2011-2015 
15.11. Recap development margarine exports (HS Code 1517000000-1517909000), 2011-2015 
15.12. The development of margarine imports (HS Code 1517000000-1517909000), 2011-2015 
15.13. Recap development margarine imports (HS Code 1517000000-1517909000), 2011-2015 
15.14. The development of exports of fats and oils of animal / vegetable (HS Code 1518001400 to 1518006000), 2011-2015 
15.15. The development of exports of fats and oils of animal / vegetable and their fractions (HS Code 1518000000 to 1518009000), 2011-2015 
15.16. Recap export development fats and oils and their fractions of animal or vegetable (HS Code 1518000000-1518009000), 2011-2015 
15.17. The development of import fats and oils and their fractions of animal or vegetable (HS Code 1518000000-1518009000), 2011-2015 
15.18. Exports of agricultural commodities plantation sub-sector, 2012-2015
15.19. Exports of agricultural commodities plantation sub-sector according to the country of destination, 2012-2015 
15.20. Palm oil trade balance, 2012-2015 

CHAPTER XVI : INDUSTRY OUTLOOK PALM OIL AND INVESTMENT CLIMATE IN INDONESIA
16.1. Investment prospects 
16.2. Investment climate constraints
16.3. Strategic role 
16.4. Exports of palm oil and its derivatives, act to save the current account deficit Indonesia 
16.5. Acceptance of the export duty for CPO and its derivatives 
16.6. Relations in the world economy with exports of Indonesian palm oil products 
16.7. The need for understanding and support for the role of business and investment for economic development in Indonesia 

CHAPTER XVII: INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT DOWNSTREAM / basic oleochemicals BASED PALM OIL
17.1. Potential development of derivative in East Kalimantan
17.1.1. Marketing situation 
17.1.1.1. The world market 
17.1.1.2. Domestic market 
17.1.1.2.1. Product overview 
17.1.1.2.2. Oleochemical production capacity 
17.1.1.2.3. Availability of raw materials oleochemicals 
17.1.1.3. Industry structure 
17.1.2. Technical and production potential of the region 
17.1.2.1. Potential locations 
17.1.2.2. Production potential and resource availability 
17.1.2.3. Technical production17.1.3. Policies and supporting infrastructure 
17.1.3.1. Infrastructure
17.1.3.2. Legality 
17.1.3.3. Socio-economic and environmental aspects
17.1.4. Financial analysis 
17.1.4.1. Assumptions
17.1.4.2. Needs investment costs
17.1.4.3. Projections of profit and loss and cash flow 
17.1.4.4. Project eligibility criteria and sensitivity analysis 

CHAPTER XVIII: INDONESIAN SUSTAINABLE PALM OIL SYSTEM
18.1. The designation of certification bodies ISPO 
18.2. Request for recognition of a certification body 
18.3. Public consultation ISPO 
18.3.1. ISPO destination 
18.4. Recognition certificate ISPO certification bodies 
18.4.1. List of sustainable oil palm plantation companies in Indonesia 
18.5. ISPO assessment process 
18.6. List of companies registering ISPO certification 
18.7. Public announcement 
18.8. SPO initiatives 

CHAPTER XIX: CLOSING
19.1. Conclusion 
19.2. Suggestion 
19.3. The need for innovation to face the challenges 
19.4. Projection prospects for the next 5 years

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SAMPLE OF COMPANY PROFILE


BONANZA MEGAH Ltd., PT

A d d r e s s                                 :    Head Office & Factory
                                                         Kawasan Industri Terboyo Blok N.3 Semarang 50118
                                                         Central Java – Indonesia
                                                         Telp.          : +62-24-6590820 – 25
                                                         Fax.           : +62-24-6590824
                                                         e-mail        : info@bonanzamegahoil.com
                                                                            sales@bonanzamegahoil.com
                                                         Website     : http://bonanzamegahoil.com/
Date of Establishment                :    2 March 1972
Legal Status                                :    PT (Limited Liability Company)
Category                                     :    National Private and Domestic Investment
                                                         (PMDN) Company
P e r m i t s                                  :    The Capital Investment Coordinating Board
                                                         – No. 1086/Sekr/SP.PMDN/1972, Dated 19 July 1972
                                                         – No. 108/II/PMDN/1994, Dated 27 April 1994
                                                         – No. 347/III/PMDN/1994, Dated 22 August 1994
                                                         – No. 19/III/PMDN/1995, Dated 18 January 1995
                                                         The Department of Industry
                                                         – No. 556/DJAI/IUT/I/Non Fas/XII/83,
                                                            Dated 9 December 1983
                                                         – No. 51/DJAI/IUT-1/Non PMA-PMDN/II/1989
                                                            Dated 7 February 1989
Line of Business                         :    Edible oil industry – Coconut - Palm Oil - Margarine
Production Capacity                   :    a. Coconut Oil                  – 69,000 tons p.a.
                                                         b. Olein                                9,100 tons p.a.
                                                         c. Stearin                             2,400 tons p.a.
Market                                         :    Domestic
Capitalization                              :    a. Authorized Capital       - Rp. 375,000,000
                                                         b. Issued Capital               - Rp. 375,000,000
                                                         c. Paid Up Capital            - Rp. 375,000,000
Shareholder (s)                            :    a. Mr. Tjipta Wijaya Gautama
                                                         b. Mr. Drs. Irawan Satria Gautama
                                                         c. Mr. Arifin Setiawan Gautama
                                                         d. Mr. Mulyono Sutedjo
Total Investment                         :    a. Equity Capital               – Rp.    375 million
                                                         b. Loan Capital                 Rp. 4,434 million
                                                             Total Investment           – Rp. 4,809 million
B a n k e r (s)                               :    PT Bank NEGARA INDONESIA Tbk.
Started Operation                       :    1974
Total Employees                         :    160 persons
Board of Management                :    President Director – Mr. Tjipta Widjaja Gautama
                                                         Director (s) –         Mr. Drs. Irawan Satria Gautama
                                                                                       Mr. Arifin Setiawan Gautama
                                                                                       Mr. Adhi Nugroho Gautama

R E M A R K S :
The Pioneers 
PT. Bonanza Megah is proud to have pioneered the manufacture of Shortening, Margarine, BOS (Butter Oil Substitute), Coconut & Palm Oil. The company has received the ISO 9001 – 2008 Quality Management Systems.

Maintaining Leadership Profile
PT. Bonanza Megah maintains Leadership Profile in the Manufacture of a Wide Range of Quality  Products  for global market.

Our Commitment
1. To produce high quality of products
2. Providing human resources that have a high competence so as to effectively make continuous improvement
3. Interact with  suppliers to obtain high quality of raw materials
4. Manufacture products according to ISO 9001-2008 Quality Management Systems.
5. Always make improvements and development for customers satisfaction.

We are also ISO 9001:2008 for Quality Management Certified company

PT. Bonanza Megah is proud to have pioneered the manufacture of Shortening, Margarine, BOM, Coconut Palm Oil. The Company  has received the ISO 9001 – 2008 Quality Management Systems.

It is the policy of our factory to attain such a high level of quality that customers will have no hesitation in continuing to use our products.

Moreover, we promise to always provide our customers with high-quality products by constantly reviewing quality levels, eliminating inefficiencies, and speeding up processes.

All of our employees work together to design, develop, manufacture, and supply products that will meet the customers' needs and surpass their expectations. We are also committed to carrying out ongoing quality improvement activities aimed at pinpointing the ever-changing needs and expectations of our customers and supplying products that satisfy those needs, by which we can not only contribute to the betterment of society, but also to our own survival as a business.

As society has become more aware of the need to protect and preserve the environment, the corporate sector has realized that, as part of the global community, not only does it have to take steps to reduce its collective impact on the environment and carry out environmental conservation activities, but that companies also need some kind of system to indicate their stance on the environment and report the results of their activities to local communities, stakeholders, and society at large. Recognizing that the ISO 2001 standard would be an extremely effective tool in meeting the above needs, PT. Bonanza Megah launched a project to obtain ISO 2001 certification.

ISO 2001 is a standard pertaining to the operation of systems and aims to help companies build and implement systems for reducing their environmental impact; it is not legally binding. Acquisition of the environmental ISO standard is therefore voluntary, and it is even possible to make an autonomous declaration of environmental ISO compliance (along the lines of "We declare that our environmental management system meets the ISO 2001 requirements"). However, deciding that it would be better to be evaluated by a fair and objective third-party certification authority, PT. Bonanza Megah factory received a certification audit from the IQA (Indonesian Quality Assurance Organization) and was granted ISO 2001 certification in August 2001.


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