Meatballs made readily available large-scale industry. Ranging from traditional markets, modern markets, until the restaurant. However, homemade meatballs cottage industry remains the most savory. Chairman of the Merchants Association Noodles and Meatballs (APMISO) Indonesia has a reason.
According to the Chairman APMISO Trisetyo Budiman, tasty meatballs least determined by the purity of beef used. For meatballs, commonly used secondary cut of beef, such as topside, knuckle, and rump. In fact, those who use the primary cut of meat like a cube roll or tenderloin.
Sure, the price is not cheap raw materials. Moreover, a good meat for meatball ingredients is minimal fat meat. In addition, the composition of which is true meatball is more meat than flour. “8-10 kg of meat at the most appropriate sagunya 4-5 ounces, half a kilo,” Tri said when met at the office detikfood APMISO (29.04.13).
This is where the point distinction meatballs from large industries and cottage industries, namely the composition of meat and flour. Tri argues, large industries that supply supermarkets to sell their products at a low price in order to sell. This is done by increasing the flour over the meat. “More comfortable home industry for daring to give the meatballs with 99% beef,” said Tri.
Tri confident cottage industry will be equivalent to the branded companies. “It is possible, because of the taste (cottage industry) win,” he said optimistically. However, Tri recognizes small businesses still lost the other factors.
An example is the ignorance of a good business location because they do not have access to the information. “If the silent branded’ve visited, emailed, in-fuel,” he said. And he lamented, serving 20% of SMEs in the malls now only discourse. “Policy makers should be encouraged, to provide support to SMEs to the next grade,” he continued.
Tri alone has venture Meatballs Ino who had scattered in Jakarta and outside the city. Most of the home-based industry-made meatballs sold in stores Meatballs Ino. However, those that are sold at retail raw.
In Jakarta, the brand meatballs are quite popular cottage industry in the traditional market is Monalisa. In Bandung, there Midshipman and Meatballs Meatballs Cihampelas. Modern market that target the middle class is usually filled with names like Meatballs Meatballs Kebun Kusno and Orange, which, according to Tri relatively large-scale industry.
PT Pertamina (Persero) South Sumatra asked people not to panic about the availability of fuel oil (BBM). Pertamina guarantee enough stock of fuel, although oil production of pipe-Plaju Tempino stopped due to looting or theft.
“There’s no problem so stock enough for South Sumatra,” said Pertamina’s Marketing and Commercial Director Hanung Budya during the discussion with the media at the Hotel Grand Hyatt, Jakarta, Tuesday (07/30/2013).
According to Hanung, crude oil production (crude oil) from Tempino-Plaju only 12,000 barrels / day or 2,000 kiloliters (KL) crude oil refined per day. Of that number only 70% or 1,400 KL which can be fuel oil (BBM).
While the current stock of fuel remaining 4 million KL. Production of oil through pipelines Tempino-Plaju accidentally closed by Pertamina due to rampant theft of crude oil in the region.
“So 2,000 KL of crude oil produced, 70% is a fuel, or about 1,400 KL per day. Stock fuel we’re still 4 million KL. 1,400 KL less if need, there’s no problem. So enough stock,” he added.
Pertamina continues to check and re-look at the inventory and increase the amount of fuel consumption especially before Eid. However, if the fuel is not sufficient, it is ready to bring up to 200,000 barrels of fuel imports.
“We continue to check every day we have to keep a minimum stock. Cessation of operations actually no impact on fuel supplies in South Sumatra. Reduced if indeed we are probably going to import one cargo of 200,000 barrels and finished (are wrong),” Hanung said.
JAKARTA – G-Resource, the mining company that manages the Martabe Gold Mine in the District of Batang Toru, North Sumatra province, the company posted revenue during the second quarter of 2013 amounted to 98.5 million U.S. dollars.
Acquisition performance was bolstered by gold and silver production. President Director of G-Resources Martabe Gold Mine, Peter Albert, in a press statement on Wednesday (31/07/2013), said the company was able to produce above nameplate capacity targets guide the design and revise the company this year.
It shows a variety of operational efficiencies achieved since we began trial production in just 12 months.
“We are proud of the achievement of high performance and dedication of our team during this first year. We will continue to develop Martabe move into one of the leading gold mining in Asia, “he said.
Senior Manager Corporate Communications G-Resource Katarina Hardono, said G-Resource production in the second quarter to reach full operating life of 70 212 ounces of gold and 382,320 ounces of silver.
Catherine explains, benchmark expenditures under budget and will continue to be lowered. Operating cash costs decreased to U.S. $ 510 per ounce during the quarter, due to mining activities and ore treatment plant has exceeded the production target.
Along with a significant increase in production from the previous quarter, the company revised its production target gold guide that will be produced in the year 2013 to 280,000 ounces, exceeding the previous target of 250,000 ounces.
“One year marked the first gold pouring commemorated on July 24, 2013 ago,” he said.
Since the trial began production on July 24, 2012, Martabe Gold Mine has produced over 200,000 ounces of gold and nearly 1 million ounces of silver, so far beyond expectations.
Income earned from the sale of G-Resources gold and silver during the second quarter reached 98.5 million U.S. dollars.
Martabe Gold Mine is located on the west side of the island of Sumatra, District of Batang Toru, North Sumatra Province, with an area of 1,639 square kilometers, below the sixth generation Contract of Work signed in April 1997.
Martabe Gold Mine now has a resource of 8.05 million oz of gold and 77 million oz of silver and is targeted to start production in early 2013, with an annual capacity of 250,000 oz gold and 2-3 million oz of silver lower cost.
Shareholders Martabe Gold Mine is G-Resources Group Ltd by 95 percent, and 5 percent other stake holders is PT Artha Nugraha Agung, which is 70
PHE WMO continues to increase production, the target chasing SKK Migas. Entering the second half of this year PHE WMO back to drill two new oil wells to boost production.
PHE WMO production by mid of this month has gone up again to 22,500 barrels per day (bpd). Number of production. This increase relative to production in the early month high of 22,200 (bpd),
Even so PHE WMO is still trying to raise production to 24,000 bpd to 27,000 bpd by the end of this 2013.
Head of Production PHE WMO, Agus Sudarmanto said in July they are targeting to add two new wells. By the operation of two new wells could increase total production.
Agus explained, in 2013 the PHE WMO target drill 21 production wells. Now there are 11 production wells were drilled.
Overall there. Approximately 77 wells are worked in WMO block. Of the total number of wells, 36 producing wells in antaranyasudah not.
He explained that, in the three months beginning in 2013, the production of PHE WMO average is still in the range of 10,000. Away from the target SKK Migas. Significantly increase new production achieved from April until July.
Since April 1, PHE WMO continues to increase production from 9,000 bpd to 12,000 bpd. After the break in May and 20,300 bpd 17,000 bpd in June. Peak at the beginning of production back in July increased to 22,200 bpd and 25,500 bpd now broken.
“Declining block rate in WMO relatively high, so the addition of this production in addition to menutut old debt also against declaining a relatively high rate,” said Agus, Monday (22/07/2013) night.
Agus hoped, with increased production, at the end of 2013, the average daily production of PHE WMO SKK gas could meet the target. “Our main target SKK how to reach the target gas. We still have the debt, which hopefully we can continue to pursue with increased production, “he said.
He added that the increased production expected to be achieved from the two new wells that are ready to increase production.
This additional production is expected to be optimal with the completion of the installation of a new pipeline connecting new wells with Poleng Processing Platform (PPP).
Head of Industry Trade and Mines, Banyuwangi regency, East Java, Cahyo Hary Purnomo said many small and medium industrial products in the region are less hygienic.
It was, he said, based on the results of government-facilitated product test lab Banyuwangi in Research and Industry Standards Surabaya. Of 52 food and beverage products that are tested only 27 small and medium industries that pass quality standards of products. “The rest do not yet qualify as poor hygiene and sanitation,” he told reporters on Thursday, July 4, 2013.
Hary explained, they were considered not hygienic products for the manufacture not wear gloves, masks and headgear. Small and medium industries also use a lot of water that has been contaminated with the bacteria Escherichia coli. Though product E-coli contaminated prone cause stomach infection.
Even so, Hary claims will not pull the products that did not pass the quality standards. Government, according to Hary, new on stage to socialize about product quality standards to small industries. Department also continued to provide opportunities for small and medium industries which will be testing its products in Research and Industry Standards Surabaya.
In Banyuwangi, there were 16 792 small and medium industries, but only 5,012 are active. Of these 52 new small and medium industries which followed the test product quality standards.
Head of Standardization and Certification Quality System Certification Body Surabaya Siti Rohmah Siregar, recognize products of small and medium industries are still far from the standards of quality. “Their problem is quite complex,” he said in Banyuwangi.
According to Siti majority of small and medium industries yet have a quality management system so as to maintain the quality of the starting raw material to processing is not fixed. Moreover, awareness of small and medium industries for testing this product is very low. During this test a lot of small and medium industry products facilitated by the local government. “Government should provide facilities to the many small and medium industries that testing this product,” he said.
Suliyani, a pastry maker admits not been testing out products to the laboratory. According to him, in addition to the cost of the lab, is also burdened with the cost of transport between Banyuwangi-Surabaya commute. “The cost of transportation is to Rp 500 thousand,” he said.