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    • CommercialHead office: Sukamanah RT. 04/06Phone: +62 (0266) 9296038Branch office: Komplek Deppen Blok X/3 Harjamukti CimanggisOutline of Book ContentsSTUDYOF PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRYPelanggan yang kami cintai! Salam sejahtera.Semoga kita semua ada dalam lindungan Tuhan!Latar Belakang Commercial Global Data Research (CDR)Pelanggan yang kami cintai! Salam sejahtera.Semoga kita semua ada dalam lindungan Tuhan!Kami adalah sebuah lembaga Konsultan, Survey, Riset dandi bidang data riset secara global, menyajikan berbagai informasi bisnis aktualyang meliputi sektor Industri manufaktur, pertambangan, perbankan, asuransi,studi kelayakan, dan jasa riset lainnya.Kami hadir sebagai mitra konsultan Anda, untukinformasi aktual yang Anda perlukan guna menentukan arah kebijakan dalammengembangkan perusahaan Anda. Salah satu produk buku studi yang kamitawarkan kepada Anda adalah “Buku Studi tentang Kondisi Pasar danProspek Industri Pulp dan Kertas di Indonesia, 2013.Kami tawarkan Buku tersebut kepada Anda seharga(Tujuh juta rupiah), guna membantu para pelaku bisnis pada Industri Pulp danKertas, membantu para Investor, membantu pihak Perbankan atau Kreditor,dan pihak lainnya yang terkait, dengan cara melihat peta kekuatan diantarapara pesaing/partner Anda, baik pesaing dari luar negeri maupun dalamnegeri, mempelajari perkembangan Ekspor dan Impor produk Pulp dan Kertasdi Indonesia, mengetahui hambatan dan peluang bagi perusahaan ykondisinya berfluktuasi, mengetahui Main Market dari setiap perusahaan Pulpdan Kertas, mengetahui pangsa pasar luar negeri, mengetahui susunanDirektur dan Komisaris, serta informasi lainnya yang perlu Anda ketahui.(terlampir contoh Profil Perusahaan).Seberapa besar kontribusi perusahaan Anda dalam meningkatkankapasitas produksi guna memenuhi pesanan dari para buyer baik lokalmaupun internasional, mencermati setiap peluang yang ada, dan diharapkandengan memiliki buku ini, perusahaan Anda menjadi lebih produktif, efisien,lebih maju dan bersaing secara sehat.Kata PengantarIndustri Agro memiliki peranan strategis dalam struktur industri danekonomi Indonesia. Hal ini dapat dilihat dari kontribusi Industri Agro dalamPDB, ekspor, dan penyerapan tenaga kerja. Peranan lainnya adalah dalam halmendukung ketahanan pangan, mendukung pengembangan ekonomi danpemerataan industri ke seluruh wilayah Indonesia.Perkembangan industri selama ini telah menunjukkan kemajuankemajuan, namun belum optimal sebagaimana diharapkan. Hal ini disebabkanberbagai tantangan dan permasalahan yang dihadapi, antara lain:1. Masih berbasis comparative advantage;2. Kelangkaan bahan baku, karena banyak diekspor dalam bentuk produkprimer;3. Persaingan yang semakin ketat;4. Adanya hambatan tarif dan non tarif, sehingga masih diperlukan upayaCommercial Global DataConsultant – Survey –Sukamanah RT. 04/06 No. 199 Cisaat, SukabumiWebsite: http://commercialglobaldataresearch.blogspot.com/Phone: +62 (0266) 9296038, Fax: +62 (0266) 241346 Email:Komplek Deppen Blok X/3 Harjamukti Cimanggis, Kota DepokGaris Besar Isi BukuSTUDI TENTANG KONDISI PASAR DAN PROSPEKINDUSTRI PULP DAN PAPEROutline of Book ContentsSTUDY ON THE MARKET CONDITIONS AND PROSPECTSPULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA, 201Kami adalah sebuah lembaga Konsultan, Survey, Riset dan Pelaporandi bidang data riset secara global, menyajikan berbagai informasi bisnis aktualyang meliputi sektor Industri manufaktur, pertambangan, perbankan, asuransi,Kami hadir sebagai mitra konsultan Anda, untuk memberikaninformasi aktual yang Anda perlukan guna menentukan arah kebijakan dalammengembangkan perusahaan Anda. Salah satu produk buku studi yang kami“Buku Studi tentang Kondisi Pasar danKami tawarkan Buku tersebut kepada Anda seharga Rp. 7.000.000, guna membantu para pelaku bisnis pada Industri Pulp danKertas, membantu para Investor, membantu pihak Perbankan atau Kreditor,rkait, dengan cara melihat peta kekuatan diantarapara pesaing/partner Anda, baik pesaing dari luar negeri maupun dalamnegeri, mempelajari perkembangan Ekspor dan Impor produk Pulp dan Kertasdi Indonesia, mengetahui hambatan dan peluang bagi perusahaan yangkondisinya berfluktuasi, mengetahui Main Market dari setiap perusahaan Pulpdan Kertas, mengetahui pangsa pasar luar negeri, mengetahui susunanDirektur dan Komisaris, serta informasi lainnya yang perlu Anda ketahui.Seberapa besar kontribusi perusahaan Anda dalam meningkatkankapasitas produksi guna memenuhi pesanan dari para buyer baik lokalmaupun internasional, mencermati setiap peluang yang ada, dan diharapkanlebih produktif, efisien,Industri Agro memiliki peranan strategis dalam struktur industri danekonomi Indonesia. Hal ini dapat dilihat dari kontribusi Industri Agro dalamtenaga kerja. Peranan lainnya adalah dalam halmendukung ketahanan pangan, mendukung pengembangan ekonomi danPerkembangan industri selama ini telah menunjukkan kemajuan-gaimana diharapkan. Hal ini disebabkanberbagai tantangan dan permasalahan yang dihadapi, antara lain:Kelangkaan bahan baku, karena banyak diekspor dalam bentuk produkAdanya hambatan tarif dan non tarif, sehingga masih diperlukan upayaOur customers love! Peace.May we all exist in the shadow of God!Background: Commercial Global Data Research (CDR)Our customers love! Peace.May we all exist in the shadow of God!We are an agency consultant, Survey, Research and Reporting in theareas of global research data, presenting a variety of realinformation that includes the manufacturing industry sector, mining, bankininsurance, feasibility studies, and other research services.We present as your consultant partner, to provide realthat you need in order to determine the direction of policy in developing yourcompany. One study book products that we offer to you isMarket Conditions and Prospects of Pulp and Paper Industry inIndonesia, 2013.We offer these books to you forrupiahs), to help businesses in the Pulp and Paper Industry, helping theinvestors, help the banks or creditors, and other relevant parties, bythe map of power among the competitors / your partner, both competitors fromabroad and within the country, studying the development of Export and Importproducts Pulp and Paper in Indonesia, knowing the obstacles and opportunitiesfor companies whose condition fluctuates, find out the Main Market of anycompanys Pulp and Paper, know the market share abroad, knowing the Boardof Directors and Commissioners , as well as the other information you need toknow. (Company Profile attached example).How big is your companys contribution in increasing productioncapacity to meet orders from buyers both locally and internationally, look at allthe opportunities that exist, and are expected to have this book, your companybecome more productive, efficient, more advanced and compete fairly.ForewordAgro Industry has a strategic role in the Indonesian economy andindustrial structure. It can be seen from the contribution of Agriculture in GDP,exports, and employment. Other role is in support of food seeconomic development and equitable distribution to the industry throughoutIndonesia.Industrial development had been showing progress, but not optimal,as expected. This is due to a variety of challenges and problems faced, amongothers:1. Still based on comparative advantage;2. Scarcity of raw materials, as widely exported in the form of primaryproducts;3. Increasing competition;4. The existence of tariff and non-tariff barriers, thus still needed developmentData Research– Research – ReportSukabumi 43152, Jawa BaratWebsite: http://commercialglobaldataresearch.blogspot.com/cg.dataresearch@gmail.comKota Depok Phone: 085793929829Garis Besar Isi BukuSTUDI TENTANG KONDISI PASAR DAN PROSPEKINDUSTRI PULP DAN PAPER DI INDONESIA, 2013PROSPECTS2013May we all exist in the shadow of God!Background: Commercial Global Data Research (CDR)We are an agency consultant, Survey, Research and Reporting in theareas of global research data, presenting a variety of real-time businessinformation that includes the manufacturing industry sector, mining, banking,insurance, feasibility studies, and other research services.We present as your consultant partner, to provide real-time informationthat you need in order to determine the direction of policy in developing yourcompany. One study book products that we offer to you is "Book Study on thets of Pulp and Paper Industry inWe offer these books to you for Rp. 7,000,000 (seven million, to help businesses in the Pulp and Paper Industry, helping theinvestors, help the banks or creditors, and other relevant parties, by looking atthe map of power among the competitors / your partner, both competitors fromabroad and within the country, studying the development of Export and Importproducts Pulp and Paper in Indonesia, knowing the obstacles and opportunitieswhose condition fluctuates, find out the Main Market of anycompanys Pulp and Paper, know the market share abroad, knowing the Boardof Directors and Commissioners , as well as the other information you need toknow. (Company Profile attached example).How big is your companys contribution in increasing productioncapacity to meet orders from buyers both locally and internationally, look at allthe opportunities that exist, and are expected to have this book, your companynt, more advanced and compete fairly.Agro Industry has a strategic role in the Indonesian economy andindustrial structure. It can be seen from the contribution of Agriculture in GDP,exports, and employment. Other role is in support of food security, supporteconomic development and equitable distribution to the industry throughoutIndustrial development had been showing progress, but not optimal,as expected. This is due to a variety of challenges and problems faced, amongStill based on comparative advantage;Scarcity of raw materials, as widely exported in the form of primarytariff barriers, thus still needed development
    • Industri Pulp dan Kertas juga merupakan salah satu industri yangmempunyai peranan penting dan merupakan produk unggulan dalammenunjang perekonomian Indonesia. Ada 3 alasan utama yangmelatarbelakangi pentingnya sumbangan industri ini, Pertama: produk pulpdan kertas harganya banyak ditentukan dalam nilai dolar; Kedua: komponenimpor yang digunakan dalam proses produksi nilainya tidak lebih dari 30%; danKetiga: produk pulp dan kertas cenderung banyak yang ditujukan untuk pasarekspor. Sehingga dalam masa krisis ekonomi global yang dihadapi Indonesiasaat itu, industri ini masih dapat diandalkan dalam membantu penerimaaandevisa negara.Pentingnya industri pulp dan kertas yang besar tidak terlepas darikondisi yang dimilikinya. Sampai saat ini industri pulp dan kertas Indonesiamemiliki keunggulan komparatif dibandingkan dengan negara lain. Keunggulanyang lebih banyak mengandalkan sumber bahan baku yang berlimpah denganharga yang relatif murah serta tenaga kerja dengan upah buruh yang relatifrendah. Dalam hal bahan baku misalnya, Indonesia termasuk negara penyediabahan baku pulp terbesar, karena mempunyai hutan terluas kedua di dunia.Sehingga bahan baku (kayu) untuk pembuatan pulp dan kertas tersediabanyak di Indonesia. Begitu juga dalam hal tenaga kerja, angkatan kerjaproduktif di Indonesia mencapai puluhan juta orang. Keunggulan komparatiftersebut sebagai akibat dari kondisi alam dan demografi. Tetapi keuntungankomparatif belum merupakan syarat cukup untuk bisa bersaing dimasamendatang. Untuk mampu berkompetisi dengan industri sejenis dari negaralain dimasa mendatang, maka keunggulan komparatif harus ditingkatkanmenjadi keunggulan kompetitif. Keunggulan kompetitif ini akan lebihmengandalkan kepada inovasi produk, proses dan jasa, penggunaan teknologiyang ramah lingkungan, perluasan pasar serta benchmarking denganperusahaan bereputasi internasional.Dilihat dari pangsa produksi dan ekspor penguasaan jaringan pasarluar negeri, masih menjadi kelemahan bagi sebagian besar produsen pulp dankertas Indonesia. Meskipun demikian, beberapa (group) perusahaan telahmencoba menembus pasar luar negeri, terutama pasar Asia, denganmelakukan ekspansi ke negara-negara di kawasan ini. Kelompok Sinarmemasuki pasar Asia dengan mendirikan kelompok perusahaan melaluibendera APP (Asia Pulp and Paper) di Singapura, China, Malaysia, dan India.Begitu juga dengan keluarga Tanoto dan Tanjung Enim Lestari (TEL) yangmengibarkan bendera APRIL (Asia Pacific Resources International HoldingLtd). Kedua kelompok ini memilih Singapura sebagai kantor pusat perusahaanmereka.Pentingnya jaringan pemasaran lebih dipicu terutama pada pasarbebas di kawasan Asia Tenggara (AFTA) tahun 2003, dan kawasan AsiaPasifik (APEC) tahun 2010 yang lalu. Pasar bebas tersebut akan memaksapara produsen pulp dan kertas Indonesia untuk mampu bersaingmemperebutkan pasar Asia Pasifik yang terbuka. Kawasan Asia Pasifikmerupakan kawasan dengan pasar pulp terbesar di dunia. Oleh karena itu,perlu dilakukan analisis mengenai kondisi pasar luar negeri terutama pasarAsia, dan bagaimana strategi untuk memasuki dan mengembangkan pasar dikawasan tersebut. Selain itu pasar dalam negeri juga perlu dikaji karenamerupakan basis untuk memperkuat daya saing secara nasional.Saat ini, Indonesia berpotensi untuk menjadi produsen 3 besar dalamindustri pulp dan kertas di dunia, antara lain karena produksi pulp dan kertas ditanah air diuntungkan oleh berbagai kondisi alam dan geografis di khatulistiwaini. Saat ini Indonesia menempati peringkat 11 dunia untuk industri kertas danperingkat 9 dunia untuk industri pulp.Indonesia diuntungkan karena letak geografis Indonesia yang beradadi garis khatulistiwa yang rata-rata memiliki pepohonan yang tumbuh tiga kalilebih cepat dibandingkan di negara-negara yang berada di daerah dingin,sehingga tersedia hutan yang luas sebagai sumber bahan baku, selain ituIndonesia juga berada di tengah-tengah Asia yang sedang berkembangmenjadi raksasa ekonomi baru yang menjadi pasar terbesar pulp dan kertasdunia dimasa depan.Persaingan global dalam bisnis pulp dan kertas sangat tinggi danpersyaratan lingkungan yang diterapkan juga semakin lama semakin ketat.Apalagi program hemat energi dan ramah lingkungan sekarang ini telahmenjadi tuntutan bisnis, karena negara-negara tujuan ekspor dan para pembeliproduk semakin menuntut adanya pulp dan kertas yang diproduksi dari sumberyang legal, yang dilengkapi dengan sertifikasi resmi mengenai legalitasnya.Tahun 2013 saja, ekspor kertas dari Indonesia masih akan diwarnaidengan tuduhan dumping, karena harga kertas Indonesia sangat kompetitif dibeberapa negara tujuan ekspor. Setiap tahun selalu ada negara tujuan eksporkertas Indonesia yang melakukan tuduhan dumping. Industri kertas danpemerintah terus melakukan perlawanan, antara lain melalui lembagainternasional seperti WTO.Perlawanan juga dilakukan langsung terhadap negara-negarapenuduh, karena apabila negara tujuan ekspor berhasil mengenakan BeaMasuk Anti Dumping (BMAD) terhadap suatu jenis kertas, dikhawatirkantuduhan dumping akan berkembang kepada jenis-jenis kertas dan komoditiekspor Indonesia lainnya.Pulp and paper industry is also one industry which has an importantrole and is the flagship product in supporting the Indonesian economy. Thereare 3 main reasons behind the importance of the contribution of this industry,First: pulp and paper product prices are determined in the value of the dollar;Second: imported components used in the production process is worth no morethan 30%, and Third: pulp and paper products tend to be much intended for theexport market. So that in times of global economic crisis facing Indonesia atthat time, the industry is still reliable in helping the acceptance of foreignexchange.Importance of the pulp and paper industry is not large regardless ofthe condition they have. Until now the Indonesian pulp and paper industry hasa comparative advantage compared to other countries. The advantages aremore reliant on abundant sources of raw materials at a relatively cheap andlabor with relatively low labor costs. In terms of raw materials, for example,Indonesia is the countrys largest provider of pulp raw material, because it hasthe second largest forest in the world. So that the raw material (wood) for themanufacture of pulp and paper available lot in Indonesia. So also in the case oflabor, productive labor force in Indonesia reaches tens of millions of people.The comparative advantage as a result of natural conditions anddemographics. But comparative advantage has not been a sufficient conditionto be able to compete in the future. To be able to compete with similarindustries of other countries in the future, it should be increased comparativeadvantage into competitive advantage. This competitive advantage will berelying on the innovation of products, processes and services, the use ofenvironmentally friendly technologies, market expansion, and benchmarkingwith internationally reputed companies.Judging from the share of the production and export control networksoverseas markets, is still a weakness for most of the Indonesian pulp andpaper manufacturers. Even so, some (group) company has been trying topenetrate foreign markets, especially the Asian market, by expanding intocountries in the region. Sinar group entered the Asian market by setting up agroup of companies through flag APP (Asia Pulp and Paper) in Singapore,China, Malaysia, and India. So also with the family Tanoto and Tanjung EnimLestari (TEL) is flying the flag APRIL (Asia Pacific Resources InternationalHoldings Ltd). Both groups chose Singapore as their corporate headquarters.The importance of network marketing is more driven primarily on thefree market in Southeast Asia (AFTA) in 2003, and the Asia Pacific region(APEC) in 2010. The free market will force the Indonesian pulp and papermanufacturers to be able to compete for the Asia Pacific markets are open.Asia Pacific is the region with the worlds largest pulp market. Therefore, it isnecessary to analyze the condition of overseas markets, especially the Asianmarket, and how strategies to enter and develop the market in the region.Besides the domestic market also needs to be studied because it is the basisfor strengthening national competitiveness.Currently, Indonesia has the potential to be a top 3 manufacturers inthe pulp and paper industry in the world, partly because of the production ofpulp and paper in the country benefited by various natural and geographicalconditions at the equator. Currently, Indonesia is ranked 11th for the paperindustry and 9th world for the pulp industry.Indonesia benefited from Indonesias geographical location at theequator on average have trees that grow three times faster than in thecountries that are in cold regions, making available vast forests as a source ofraw materials, but it is also located in Indonesia the middle of the emergingAsian economic giant into new markets the worlds largest pulp and paper inthe future.Global competition in the pulp and paper business is very high andenvironmental requirements applicable also becoming increasingly stringent.Moreover, energy-saving programs and environmentally friendly is today thedemands of business, because the export destination countries and the buyersare increasingly demanding the pulp and paper produced from legal sources,which comes with an official certification regarding its legality.In 2013 alone, exports of Indonesian paper will still tinged withallegations of dumping, because the price is very competitive Indonesian paperin some export destinations. Every year there is always a paper Indonesianexport destination countries are doing the dumping charges. Paper industryand government continue to take the fight, including through internationalinstitutions such as the WTO.Resistance also be made directly to the accuser states, since ifsuccessful export destination countries impose anti-dumping duty (BMAD) to atype of paper, it is feared dumping charges will evolve to the types of paper andother Indonesian export commodities.
    • Indonesia telah menjadi bulan-bulanan tuduhan dumping dari negara-negara tujuan ekspor kertas. Meskipun sebagian besar tuduhan tersebut dapatdipatahkan, tetapi untuk menghadapi tuduhan tersebut memakan waktu,tenaga, dan biaya. Industri kertas Indonesia juga harus menghadapipengenaan Bea Masuk Anti Dumping (BMAD) dan Countervailing Duty (CVD),dimana negara-negara pesaing tidak mau mencabutnya, seperti yang terjaditerhadap ekspor kertas tulis-cetak ke Korea Selatan dan kertas koran keMalaysia. Kedua negara tersebut tetap mengenakan BMAD meskipun sudahmelewati batas waktu 5 tahun yang ditetapkan WTO.Baru-baru ini, APKI meminta dukungan Kementerian Perdagangandan Perindustrian agar mencermati banyaknya perjanjian perdagangan antaranegara di dunia seperti PTA (Preferential Trade Agreement) dan FTA (FreeTrade Agreement), apakah berpotensi memberikan dampak negatif atau positifterhadap neraca perdagangan Indonesia.Misalnya PTA Pakistan-China, ternyata Pakistan memberikanpenurunan bea-masuk terhadap kertas dari China. Tetapi karena belum adaPTA Pakistan - Indonesia, kertas Indonesia ke Pakistan tetap dikenakan bea-masuk normal. Nilai ekspor kertas Indonesia ke Pakistan dalam beberapatahun ini sekitar USD55 juta/tahun. Sementara itu dengan PTA Pakistan-China,Pakistan mengenakan bea-masuk terhadap kertas packaging China sebesar17%, sedang untuk kertas packaging ex. Indonesia dikenakan bea masuknormal sebesar 40%. Dengan ditandatanganinya PTA Pakistan-China dapatdiperkirakan pembeli kertas Pakistan akan lebih memilih mengimpor kertas dariChina, dibandingkan dari Indonesia.Tabel 1Kapasitas Produksi Pulp dan Kertas, 2007-2012NoJenisIndustri/KomoditiKapasitas Produksi (Ton/Tahun)2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 20121 Pulp 6.697.100 7.902.100 7.902.100 7.902.100 7.902.100 7.902.1002 Kertas 10.359.481 12.178.650 12.178.650 12.178.650 14.427.830 14.427.830Sumber: Direktorat Jenderal Industri AgroTabel 2Realisasi Produksi Pulp dan Kertas, 2007-2012NoJenisIndustri/KomoditiRealisasi Produksi (Ton/Tahun)2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 20121 Pulp 6.282.330 5.910.416 6.525.099 7.047.107 7.140.537 7.516.1292 Kertas 8.680.804 8.251.972 9.308.225 10.518.294 12.446.090 13.482.849Sumber: Direktorat Jenderal Industri AgroDAFTAR ISIBAB I PENDAHULUAN1.1. Latar Belakang1.2. Tujuan dan Ruang Lingkup1.3. Sumber Data dan Informasi1.4. Struktur Industri Pulp dan Kertas1.5. Pemain utama Industri Pulp dan Kertas1.6. Aspek ProduksiBAB II PERTUMBUHAN PEREKONOMIAN DAN PENDUDUKINDONESIA2.1. Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Indonesia Triwulan III-20122.1.1. Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Triwulan III-20122.1.2. Nilai PDB atas Dasar Harga Berlaku dan HargaKonstan 2000 Triwulan III-20122.1.3. Struktur PDB menurut Lapangan Usaha Triwulan IIITahun 2011 dan 20122.1.4. PDB menurut Pengeluaran Triwulan III-20122.1.5. Profil Spasial Ekonomi Indonesia menurut KelompokProvinsi, Triwulan III-20122.2. Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Indonesia Triwulan IV-20122.2.1. Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Tahun 20122.2.2. Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Triwulan IV-20122.2.3. Struktur PDB menurut lapangan usaha, Tahun 2010-20122.2.4. PDB menurut Penggunaan2.2.5. PDB dan Produk Nasional Bruto Per Kapita2.2.6. Profil Spasial Ekonomi Indonesia menurut KelompokProvinsi Triwulan IV-20122.3. Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Indonesia Triwulan I-2013 tumbuh6,3-6,8 Persen2.4. Perkembangan indeks harga konsumen/inflasi2.5. Penduduk Indonesia bisa mencapai lebih dari 257 Juta JiwaTahun 2013BAB III PULP DAN KERTAS ASAL HUTAN INDONESIA3.1. Sejarah Pengelolaan Hutan di Indonesia3.2. Fungsi Hutan3.3. Kerusakan Hutan Indonesia3.3.1. Ekspansi Industri Pulp dan Kertas besar-besaran3.3.2. Empat jagoan Pulp dan KertasIndonesia has become the butt of the alleged dumping of exportdestination countries of the paper. Although most of the charges can bedismissed, but to face the charges takes time, effort, and cost. Indonesianpaper industry also has to face the imposition of anti-dumping duty (BMAD)and Countervailing Duty (CVD), in which the competing countries do not wantto pull out, as happened to the printing-writing paper exports to South Korea toMalaysia and newsprint. Both countries are still wearing BMAD despite beingover the limit of 5 years specified WTO.Recently, APKI requested support from the Ministry of Trade andIndustry in order to look at the many trade agreements between the countriesin the world such as the PTA (Preferential Trade Agreement) and the FTA(Free Trade Agreement), whether the potential negative or positive impact onIndonesias trade balance.Pakistan-China PTA for example, it turns out Pakistan giving duty-logreduction on paper from China. But because there is no Pakistan PTA -Indonesian, Indonesian paper to Pakistan remains subject to import-enternormal. The export value of Indonesian paper to Pakistan in recent years,approximately $ 55 million/year. Meanwhile the Pakistan-China PTA, Pakistan-enter impose duties on Chinese paper packaging by 17%, while for the paperpackaging ex. Indonesia normal duty levied at 40%. With the signing of thePakistan-China PTA can be expected buyers would prefer a Pakistan paperpaper imports from China, than from Indonesia.Table 1Pulp and Paper Production Capacity, 2007-2012NoType ofindustry/commo-dityProduction capacity (Ton/Year)2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 20121 Pulp 6,697,100 7,902,100 7,902,100 7,902,100 7,902,100 7,902,1002 Paper 10,359,481 12,178,650 12,178,650 12,178,650 14,427,830 14,427,830Source: Directorate general of agricultureTabel 2Realization of the Pulp and Paper Production, 2007-2012NoType ofindustry/commo-dityRealization of Production (Ton/Year)2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 20121 Pulp 6,282,330 5,910,416 6,525,099 7,047,107 7,140,537 7,516,1292 Paper 8,680,804 8,251,972 9,308,225 10,518,294 12,446,090 13,482,849Source: Directorate general of agricultureLIST OF CONTENTSCHAPTER I INTRODUCTION1.1. Background1.2. Purpose and Scope1.3. Source of Data and Information1.4. Structure of the Pulp and Paper Industry1,5. The main players Pulp and Paper Industry1.6. Aspects of ProductionCHAPTER II POPULATION GROWTH AND INDONESIA2.1. Indonesian Economic Growth Third Quarter 20122.1.1. Economic Growth in Third Quarter 20122.1.2. Value of GDP at Current Prices and Constant2000 Quarter III-20122.1.3. Structure of GDP by Sectors Third Quarter2011 and 20122.1.4. GDP by Expenditure Quarter III-20122.1.5. Indonesian Economic Spatial profile accordingto Provincial Group, Third Quarter 20122.2. Economic growth in Indonesia in Quarter IV-20122.2.1. Economic Growth In 20122.2.2. Economic Growth in Fourth Quarter of 20122.2.3. Structure of GDP by economic activities, 2010-2012 Year2.2.4. GDP by expenditure2.2.5. GDP and Per Capita Gross National Product2.2.6. Spatial profile of Indonesian EconomicQuarterly Province by Group IV-20122.3. Indonesian Economic Growth First Quarter-2013 grewfrom 6.3 to 6.8 Percent2.4. Development of the consumer price index / inflation2.5. Indonesias population could reach more than 257Million People in 2013CHAPTER III PULP AND PAPER FOREST INDONESIA ORIGIN3.1. History of Forest Management in Indonesia3.2. Forests function3.3. Damage to Forests Indonesia3.3.1. Pulp and Paper Industry Expansion massive3.3.2. Four whiz Pulp and Paper
    • 3.3.3. Menelusuri jejak rusaknya Hutan Indonesia3.4. Industri Kehutanan membutuhkan momentum investasi3.5. Perkembangan pengelolaan hutan di Indonesia3.6. Pemanfaatan hutan alam terbesar di Kalimantan3.6.1. Kalimantan Timur memiliki hutan tanaman terbesar3.7. BUMN dominasi IUPHHK hutan alam3.8. Perusahaan chip mills memberikan tekanan lebih pada hutan-hutan dan kehidupan di Kalimantan Selatan3.8.1. Kesenjangan pasokan3.8.2. Mengganti hutan dengan chip kayu3.8.3. Gambaran satu sisi saja untuk masyarakat desa-desa di Pulau Laut3.8.4. Dukungan Internasional3.9. Jumlah Perusahaan Hak Pengusahaan Hutan menurutProvinsi3.10. Luas areal perusahaan Hak Pengusahaan Hutan3.11. Produksi Kayu Bulat oleh Perusahaan Hak PengusahaanHutan menurut Jenis Kayu3.12. Sebaran Hutan Tanaman Industri (HTI) di Indonesia3.13. Standar Nasional Indonesia (SNI) tentang Hasil HutanBAB IV TEORI TENTANG INDUSTRI PULP DAN KERTAS4.1. Pengertian Kertas4.1.1. Sejarah Kertas4.1.2. Nicholas Louis Robert, penemu proses pembuatankertas4.1.3. Ukuran kertas4.1.4. Kertas Washi4.1.5. Kertas Daluwang4.1.6. Kertas Lontar4.2. Ruang Lingkup Industri Pulp dan Kertas4.2.1. Cakupan industri pulp4.2.2. Cakupan industri kertas4.3. Pengelompokan Industri Kertas4.3.1. Kelompok Industri Hulu4.3.2. Kelompok Industri Antara4.3.3. Kelompok Industri Hilir4.3.4. KBLI Produk Industri Pulp dan Kertas4.4. Standarisasi Industri Pulp dan KertasBAB V BAHAN BAKU DAN PROSES PEMBUATAN PULP DAN KERTAS5.1. Bahan Baku5.1.1. Selulosa5.1.2. Jenis-jenis kertas5.2. Proses Pembuatan Pulp dan Kertas5.2.1. Proses Pembuatan Bubur Kertas (Pulp)5.2.2. Proses Pembuatan Kertas (Paper machine)5.2.3. Beberapa fakta untuk menghargai selembar Kertas5.2.4. Pembuatan kertas basah-kering5.2.5. Pengeringan dalam mesin Fourdrinier5.2.6. Aspek ekonomisBAB VI KONDISI PASAR INDUSTRI PULP DAN KERTAS DI INDONESIA6.1. Indonesia berpeluang menyusul Skandinavia di Pasar BuburKertas6.2. Pasar Kertas Domestik tumbuh 4,2% tahun ini6.3. Sinarmas bangun Pabrik Kertas 27 Triliun Rupiah6.4. Menteri Perindustrian pelajari boikot kertas oleh Walt Disney6.5. Industri Percetakan tumbuh Negatif6.6. Harga Kertas dan Bubur Kertas merosot6.7. Peluang Indonesia menjadi pemasok utama Pulp dan Kertas6.8. Produksi Kertas bisa mencapai 13 Juta Ton6.9. Indonesia menuju Net Importer Kertas6.10. Pulp dan Kertas perlu adopsi Teknologi Hijau6.11. Produsen Kertas harus ikuti Prosedur WTO6.12. Produksi Pulp naik 5,26 Persen6.13. Momentum kebangkitan Industri Pulp dan Kertas Indonesia6.14. KADI Investigasi Impor Kertas6.15. Produksi kertas nasional dalam prosesnya mengacu kepadaSyarat Verifikasi Legalitas Kayu (SVLK)6.16. Taiwan membuat kertas dari beras dan batang gandum6.17. Industri Pulp butuh 1,5 Juta Hektar6.18. Permintaan naik, APP memacu produksinya6.19. Eco-Labeling dan Otonomi Daerah6.19.1. Pengertian dari ECO-LABELING6.19.2. Sejarah Perkembangan Ekolabel6.19.3. Permasalahan dengan Pengembangan AgribisnisPulp dan Kertas dalam Era Eco-Labeling danOtonomi Daerah6.19.4. Hasil Analisa Eco-Labeling pada Industri Pulp danKertas6.20. Pembangunan Industri Pulp dan Kertas: Jangan menggangguKelestarian Hutan Alam Indonesia3.3.3. Trace the destruction of Indonesias forests3.4. Forestry industry requires investment momentum3.5. Development of forest management in Indonesia3.6. Utilization of the largest natural forests in Borneo3.6.1. East Kalimantan has the largest plantation3.7. SOE dominance of natural forest IUPHHK3.8. Chip mills company put even more pressure on forestsand life in South Kalimantan3.8.1. Supply gap3.8.2. Replacing forests with wood chips3.8.3. Picture of one side to the villages in Sea Island3.8.4. International Support3.9. Amount Forest Concession Companies by Province3:10. The area of forest concession companies3.11. By Round Wood Production Forest ConcessionCompany by Wood Type3.12. Distribution of Industrial Plantation Forest (HTI) inIndonesia3.13. Indonesian National Standard (SNI) of Forest ProductsCHAPTER IV THEORY OF PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY4.1. Definition Paper4.1.1. History of Paper4.1.2. Nicholas Louis Robert, the inventor of paper-making process4.1.3. Paper size4.1.4. Washi paper4.1.5. Paper Daluwang4.1.6. Papyrus paper4.2. Scope of the Pulp and Paper Industry4.2.1. Coverage pulp industry4.2.2. Coverage paper industry4.3. Paper Industry Grouping4.3.1. Upstream Industry Group4.3.2. Between Industry Group4.3.3. Downstream Industry Group4.3.4. ISIC Products Pulp and Paper Industry4.4. Standardization of Pulp and Paper IndustryCHAPTER V RAW MATERIAL AND PROCESS OF PULP AND PAPER5.1. Raw Materials5.1.1. Cellulose5.1.2. The types of paper5.2. Pulp and Paper Making Process5.2.1. Pulp Making Process (Pulp)5.2.2. Papermaking (paper machine)5.2.3. Some facts to appreciate a piece of paper5.2.4. Papermaking wet-dry5.2.5. Drying the Fourdrinier machine5.2.6. Economical aspectsCHAPTER VI CONDITIONS MARKET PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY ININDONESIA6.1. Indonesia likely to follow in the Scandinavian MarketPulp6.2. Paper domestic market grew 4.2% this year6.3. Sinarmas up 27 Trillion Dollar Paper Factory6.4. Industry Minister learned boycott the paper by WaltDisney6.5. Printing Industry growing Negative6.6. Paper and Pulp prices decline6.7. Opportunities Indonesia became a major supplier ofPulp and Paper6.8. Paper production could reach 13 million tonnes6.9. Indonesia to Net Importer Paper6.10. Pulp and Paper Green Technology needs adoption6.11. Paper manufacturers have to follow the procedure ofWTO6.12. Pulp production rose 5.26 Percent6.13. Momentum resurrection Indonesian Pulp and PaperIndustry6.14. Investigation committee is Import Paper6.15. National paper production process to our Terms ofTimber Legality Verification (SVLK)6.16. Taiwan to make paper from rice and wheat stalks6.17. Pulp need 1.5 Million Hectares6.18. Demand rose, spurring APP production6.19. Eco-Labeling and Autonomy6.19.1. Understanding of ECO-LABELING6.19.2. History of Ecolabel6.19.3. Problems with Agribusiness Pulp and Paper inthe Age of Eco-Labeling and Autonomy6.19.4. Results Analysis of Eco-Labeling on the Pulpand Paper Industry6.20. Pulp and Paper Industry Development: Do not disturbIndonesia Natural Forest Sustainability
    • 6.20.1. Ekspor dan konsumsi Pulp dan Kertas Indonesiasemakin meningkat6.20.2. Bahan baku Pulp dan Kertas dari hutan alamIndonesia6.20.3. Realisasi pembangunan Hutan Tanaman Industri(HTI) terlalu lambat6.20.4. Semakin merusak hutan alam6.20.5. Jalan Keluar6.21. Tiga unit usaha APP meraih penghargaan Industri Hijau 20126.22. Menteri Perindustrian menyikapi boikot Kertas oleh WaltDisney6.23. Sinarmas membangun Pabrik Kertas Rp 27 Triliun6.24. Indonesia menuju Net Importer Kertas6.25. Pembangunan Pabrik Kertas terbesar di Asia6.26. Industri Pulp membutuhkan tambahan 1,5 Juta Hektar6.27. Produsen kertas harus mengikuti prosedur WTO6.28. Ekspor Pulp dan Kertas ditargetkan naik US$2,64 Miliar6.29. Industri Pulp dan Kertas menarik Investasi US$ 16 miliar6.30. Sebagian Pengusaha Pulp dan Kertas keluhkan minimnyapasokan bahan baku kayu6.31. Pasar dunia mengandalkan kayu asal Indonesia6.32. Ekspor pulp dan kertas diprediksi tumbuh 4%6.33. Luas Hutan Tanaman Industri (HTI) turun, Hutan Rakyat naik6.33.1. Nilai Investasi pada Industri Kehutanan naik 10%6.33.2. Kehutanan: SVLK tidak menghambat kinerja eksporkayu Indonesia6.34. Industri Indonesia diprediksi tidak akan mampu menggarappeluang Pulp dan Kertas di Asia6.35. Target Produksi RAPP bakal stagnan 2,8 juta ton6.36. Investasi Industri Kertas diharapkan naik 8%6.37. Pulp dan Kertas, komoditi ekspor non migas andalanIndonesia6.38. Pembangunan Pabrik Kertas “OKI Pulp dan Paper Mills”,terbesar di Asia6.39. Industri Kertas dan Bubur Kertas Genjot Produksi6.40. Industri kertas diharapkan meningkat 8 persen tahun 20136.41. Pengusaha Pulp dan Paper meminta kepada Pemerintah,agar Peraturan Verifikasi Legalitas Kayu diperjelas6.42. Permintaan bertambah, Produksi Pulp naik 5,26%6.43. Pengusaha Pulp dan Kertas, mengeluhkan minimnyapasokan bahan baku Kayu6.44. Diterpa isu miring, ekspor kertas bangkit6.45. Isu Lingkungan NGO Internasional Lemahkan Ekspor Kertas6.46. Permintaan naik, APP menggenjot produksinya6.47. Perusahaan Taiwan membuat kertas dari beras dan batanggandum6.48. Momentum kebangkitan Industri Pulp dan Kertas Indonesia6.49. Produksi Kertas bisa mencapai 13 Juta Ton6.50. Pabrik Kertas milik Prabowo terbesar di ASEAN6.51. Industri Tembakau (Rokok)6.51.1. Perkembangan Nilai Ekspor Tembakau6.51.2. Trend Nilai Ekspor Tembakau6.51.3. Perkembangan Volume Ekspor Tembakau6.51.4. Trend Volume Ekspor Tembakau6.51.5. Perkembangan Nilai Impor Tembakau6.51.6. Trend Nilai Impor Tembakau6.51.7. Perkembangan Volume Impor Tembakau6.51.8 Perkembangan jumlah tenaga kerja pada IndustriTembakau dan Rokok6.51.9. Trend jumlah tenaga kerja pada Industri Tembakaudan Rokok6.51.10. Perkembangan Nilai Ekspor Rokok menurut NegaraTujuan6.51.11. Perkembangan Nilai Impor Industri Rokok menurutNegara Asal6.52. Industri Kemasan Karton6.52.1. Anthoni Salim Gandeng Jepang Operasikan PabrikKemasan Karton6.52.2. Melihat bisnis kemasan sebagai peluang usahamenguntungkan6.53. Daftar Perusahaan Industri Pulp dan Kertas, KapasitasTerpasang dan Jenis ProdukBAB VII PROSPEK DAN TANTANGAN INDUSTRI PULP DAN KERTASINDONESIA7.1. Industri Kertas Indonesia masih prospektif7.2. Kecenderungan Global7.2.1. Kecenderungan yang telah terjadi7.2.2. Kecenderungan yang akan terjadi7.2.3. Analisis terhadap kecenderungan yang telah danakan terjadi dalam perkembangan Industri Kertas7.3. Permasalahan yang dihadapi Industri Kertas7.4. Faktor Daya Saing6.20.1. Exports and consumption Indonesian Pulp andPaper has increased6.20.2. Pulp and Paper raw materials from Indonesiasnatural forests6.20.3. The realization of the development of industrialtimber estates (HTI) is too slow6.20.4. Increasingly destructive natural forest6.20.5. Way out6.21. Three business units APP awarded the Green Industry in20126.22. Paper Industry Minister to address a boycott by WaltDisney6.23. Sinarmas build a Rp 27 Trillion Paper Factory6.24. Indonesia to Net Importer Paper6.25. Construction of Asias largest paper factory6.26. Pulp industry requires an additional 1.5 million hectares6.27. Paper producers must follow the procedures of WTO6.28. Pulp and paper exports targeted to U.S. $ 2.64 Billion6.29. Pulp and Paper Industry Investment attract U.S. $ 16billion6.30. Most entrepreneurs are complaining about the lack of Pulpand Paper supply of wood raw material6.31. World markets rely on wood from Indonesia6.32. Pulp and paper exports is expected to grow 4%6.33. Widespread industrial timber estates (HTI) down, Forestryride6.33.1. Investments in Forest Industry value up 10%6.33.2. Forestry: TLVS not hamper the performance ofIndonesias timber exports6.34. Indonesian industry predicted would not be able to workopportunities in the Asia Pulp and Paper6.35. Production targets will RAPP stagnant 2.8 million tons6.36. Paper Industry investment is expected to rise 8%6.37. Pulp and Paper, exports of non-oil commodities areIndonesia6.38. Development Paper Factory "OIC Pulp and Paper Mills",the largest in Asia6.39. Paper and Pulp Industry Boosts Production6.40. The paper industry is expected to increase 8 percent in20136.41. Pulp and Paper Entrepreneur ask the Government, inorder to clarify the Timber Legality Verification Regulations6.42. Demand increases, production rose 5.26% Pulp6.43. Pulp and Paper Entrepreneur, complained about the lackof raw material supply Wood6.44. Buffeted by rumors, paper exports rose6.45. International Environmental NGO Issues Paper weakeningexports6.46. Demand up, ramped APP6.47. Taiwan firm to make paper from rice and wheat stalks6.48. Momentum resurrection Indonesian Pulp and PaperIndustry6.49. Paper production could reach 13 million tonnes6.50. Paper mill owned by Prabowo largest in ASEAN6.51. Industry Tobacco (Smoking)6.51.1. Development of Export Value Tobacco6.51.2. Trend Tobacco Exports6.51.3. Development Tobacco Export Volumes6.51.4. Volume Trend Tobacco Exports6.51.5. Development Tobacco Import Value6.51.6. Trend Import Value of Tobacco6.51.7. Development Tobacco Import Volume6.51.8 The number of workers on Tobacco andCigarette Industry6.51.9. Trend amount of labor in Tobacco and CigaretteIndustry6.51.10. Development of Export Value by DestinationCountry Cigarette6.51.11. Development of the Cigarette Industry ImportValue by Country of Origin6.52. Industrial Packaging Cardboard6.52.1. Anthoni Salim Cooperate with Japan OperateCarton Packaging Plant6.52.2. Looking at the packaging business as a lucrativebusiness opportunity6.53. List of Pulp and Paper Industry, Installed Capacity andProduct TypesCHAPTER VII PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF PULP AND PAPERINDUSTRY INDONESIA7.1. Indonesian paper industry is still prospective7.2. Global Trends7.2.1. Trends that have occurred7.2.2. Tendency to expect7.2.3. Analysis of the trends that have and will occur inthe development of Paper Industry7.3. Problems faced Paper Industry7.4. Competitiveness Factors
    • 7.4.1. Permintaan dan Penawaran7.4.2. Faktor Kondisi (Input)7.4.2.1. Sumber Daya Alam7.4.2.2. Sumber Daya Modal7.4.2.3. Sumber Daya Manusia7.4.2.4. Infrastruktur7.4.2.5. Teknologi7.5. Industri Inti, Pendukung dan Terkait7.6. Strategi Pengusaha dan Perusahaan7.7. Analisis SWOT7.7.1. Kekuatan7.7.2. Kelemahan7.7.3. Peluang7.7.4. Ancaman7.8. Sasaran7.8.1. Jangka Menengah (2010-2014)7.8.2. Jangka Panjang (2010-2025)7.9. Strategi dan Kebijakan7.9.1. Visi dan arah pengembangan Industri Kertas7.9.2. Indikator Pencapaian7.9.3. Tahapan Implementasi7.10. Program7.10.1. Jangka Menengah (2010-2014)7.10.2. Jangka Panjang (2010-2025)7.11. Kelembagaan7.12. Daftar Perusahaan/Produsen Board Industrial7.13. Daftar Perusahaan/Produsen Cigarette Paper7.14. Daftar Perusahaan/Produsen Corrugating Medium7.15. Daftar Perusahaan Produsen Joss Paper7.16. Daftar Perusahaan Produsen Kraft Liner and Fluting7.17. Daftar Perusahaan/Produsen Newsprint7.18. Daftar Perusahaan/Produsen Printing/Writing Uncoated7.19. Daftar Perusahaan/Produsen Printing/Writing Coated7.20. Daftar Perusahaan Produsen Sack Kraft (Kertas Semen)7.21. Daftar Perusahaan Produsen Security Paper7.22. Daftar Perusahaan Produsen Specialty PaperBAB VIII PERKEMBANGAN EKSPOR-IMPOR DAN KINERJA INDUSTRIPULP DAN KERTAS8.1. Pulp8.2. Kertas8.2.1. Kertas Budaya8.2.2. Kertas Industri8.2.3. Kertas Tissue8.3. Realisasi Produksi8.3.1. Pulp8.3.2. Kertas8.4. Indeks Kinerja Industri Pulp dan Kertas8.5. Pemantauan Impor Sub Kelompok Hasil Industri KertasBudaya8.6. Pemantauan Impor Sub Kelompok Hasil Industri Barang darikertas/karton lainnya8.7. Perkembangan Ekspor Komoditi pulp Hasil Industri ke Negara8.8. Perkembangan Impor Komoditi Pulp Hasil Industri dariNegara8.9. Perkembangan Ekspor Komoditi paper Hasil Industri keNegara8.10. Perkembangan Impor Komoditi paper Hasil Industri dariNegara8.11. Perusahaan Eksportir Pulp Indonesia8.12. Perusahaan Eksportir Kertas Indonesia8.13. Pemantauan Impor: 31 Kelompok Hasil Industri8.14. Perkembangan Nilai Produksi Industri Besar dan SedangIndonesia8.15. Realisasi Ekspor Pulp dan Kertas ke Amerika Serikat (JutaUS$)BAB IX REALISASI INVESTASI PADA INDUSTRI PULP DAN KERTAS9.1. Investasi Industri Kertas ditaksir tumbuh 8%9.2. Perkembangan Realisasi Investasi PMA berdasarkanLaporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal (LKPM) menurut SektorTriwulan IV 20129.3. Perkembangan Realisasi Investasi PMA berdasarkanLaporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal (LKPM) menurut LokasiTriwulan IV 20129.4. Perkembangan Realisasi Investasi Pma BerdasarkanLaporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal (LKPM) menurutNegara Triwulan IV 20129.5. Perkembangan Realisasi Investasi PMDN berdasarkanLaporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal (LKPM) menurut SektorTriwulan IV 20129.6. Perkembangan Realisasi Investasi PMDN berdasarkanLaporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal (LKPM) menurut lokasiTriwulan IV 20127.4.1. Supply and Demand7.4.2. The condition factor (Input)7.4.2.1. Natural Resources7.4.2.2. Capital Resources7.4.2.3. Human Resources7.4.2.4. Infrastructure7.4.2.5. Technology7.5. Industrial Core, Supporting and Related7.6. Entrepreneurs and Corporate Strategy7.7. SWOT Analysis7.7.1. Strength7.7.2. Weakness7.7.3. Chance7.7.4. Threat7.8. Target7.8.1. Medium Term (2010-2014)7.8.2. Long-term (2010-2025)7.9. Strategy and Policy7.9.1. Vision and direction of the development ofPaper Industry7.9.2. Indicators of Achievement7.9.3. Stages of Implementation7.10. Program7.10.1. Medium Term (2010-2014)7.10.2. Long-term (2010-2025)7.11. Institutional7.12. List of Companies / Manufacturers Industrial Board7.13. List of Companies / Manufacturers Cigarette Paper7.14. List of Companies / Manufacturers of CorrugatingMedium7.15. List of Manufacturers Joss Paper7.16. List of Manufacturers Kraft Liner and Fluting7.17. List of Companies / Manufacturers Newsprint7.18. List of Companies / Manufacturers Printing / WritingUncoated7.19. List of Companies / Manufacturers Printing / WritingCoated7.20. List of Manufacturers Sack Kraft (Paper Cement)7.21. List of Manufacturers Security Paper7.22. List of Manufacturers of Specialty Paper CompanyCHAPTER VIII THE EXPORT-IMPORT AND PULP AND PAPERINDUSTRY PERFORMANCE8.1. Pulp8.2. Paper8.2.1. Paper Culture8.2.2. Paper Industry8.2.3. Tissue Paper8.3. Realization of Production8.3.1. Pulp8.3.2. Paper8.4. Performance index Pulp and Paper Industry8.5. Import Monitoring Sub Group Industrial Products PaperCulture8.6. Monitoring Sub Group Industrial Products ImportGoods of paper / paperboard8.7. Commodity Exports pulp industry results to State8.8. Pulp Commodity Imports from State Industrial Products8.9. Commodity Exports paper industry results to State8.10. Commodity Imports paper from State IndustrialProducts8.11. Indonesian Pulp Exporters company8.12. Paper Company Exporter Indonesia8.13. Monitoring Imports: 31 of Industrial Products Group8.14. The Development of Large and Medium IndustrialProduction Indonesian8.15. Realization of the Pulp and Paper Exports to the UnitedStates (U.S. $ Million)CHAPTER IX REALIZED INVESTMENT IN PULP AND PAPER9.1. Paper Industry investment is estimated to grow 8%9.2. Realization of Foreign Direct Investment by InvestmentActivity Report (LKPM) by Sector Fourth Quarter 20129.3. Realization of Foreign Direct Investment by InvestmentActivity Report (LKPM) according Location FourthQuarter 20129.4. Foreign Direct Investment Realization Based onInvestment Activity Report (LKPM) by Country FourthQuarter 20129.5. Actual development of the Domestic Investment byInvestment Activity Report (LKPM) by Sector FourthQuarter 20129.6. Actual development of the Domestic Investment byInvestment Activity Report (LKPM) according to thelocation of Fourth Quarter 2012
    • BAB X ERA ECO-LABELING DAN OTONOMI DAERAH10.1. Pengertian dari Eco-Labeling10.2. Sejarah Perkembangan Ekolabel10.3. Permasalahan dengan Pengembangan Agribisnis Pulp danKertas dalam Era Eco-Labeling dan Otonomi Daerah10.4. Produsen Pabrik Pulp dan Kertas Indonesia yang telahmenerapkan EkolabelBAB XI PERKEMBANGAN INDUSTRI PULP DAN KERTAS DUNIA11.1. Peluang Bisnis (Sektor Kertas dan Pulp di India)11.1.1. Pasar berkembang untuk Kertas11.1.2. Fokus11.1.3. Faktor dibalik pertumbuhan11.1.4. Ikhtisar Industri11.2. Outlook sektor Pulp dan Kertas Kanada, 2011-202011.3. Industri Pulp dan Kertas Brazil11.4. Industri Pulp dan Kertas di ChinaBAB XII KEBIJAKAN PEMERINTAH PADA INDUSTRI PULP DANKERTAS12.1. Green Industry: Pemerintah Dorong Penerapan Industri Hijauuntuk Pulp dan Kertas12.2. SK Menteri Kehutanan Republik Indonesia No.SK.101/Menhut-II/2004 tentang Percepatan PembangunanHutan Tanaman untuk Pemenuhan Bahan Baku Industri Pulpdan Kertas12.3. Rencana Strategis Balai Besar Pulp dan Kertas Tahun2010-2014BAB XIII POTENSI KONSERVASI ENERGI DAN REDUKSI EMISI PADABEBERAPA PRODUSEN INDUSTRI PULP DAN KERTAS13.1. Peluang Penghematan Energi pada Industri Pulp dan Kertas13.2. Potensi Konsumsi Energi dan Reduksi Emisi pada IndustriPulp13.2.1. Tanjung Enim Lestari13.2.2. Toba Pulp Lestari13.3. Potensi Konservasi Energi dan Reduksi Emisi di IndustriKertas13.3.1. Adiprima Suraprinta13.3.2. Aspec Kumbong13.3.3. Bekasi Teguh13.3.4. Fajar Surya Wisesa13.3.5. Indah Kiat – Serang13.3.6. Pakerin13.3.7. Pindo Deli13.3.8. Pura Nusa Persada13.3.9. Pura Barutama13.3.9. Surya Zigzag13.4. Potensi Konservasi Energi dan Reduksi Emisi di Industri Pulpdan Kertas Terpadu13.4.1. Indah Kiat Perawang Pulp and Paper13.4.2. Lontar Papyrus13.4.3. Riau Andalan Pulp and PaperBAB XIV PENELITIAN DAN PENGEMBANGAN TEKNOLOGI PULP,KERTAS, DERIVAT SELULOSA DAN LINGKUNGAN14.1. Bidang Sarana Riset dan Standardisasi14.2. PenelitianBAB XV LIMBAH INDUSTRI PULP DAN KERTAS15.1. Aturan Limbah Industri: Undang-Undang Nomor 32/2009tentang Perlindungan dan Pengelolaan Lingkungan Hidup15.2. Dunia Usaha keberatan RPP Limbah B315.3. Asia Pulp dan Paper mempunyai Teknologi Penyaring AirBersih IPAG6015.4. Pemanfaatan campuran limbah padat dengan lindi hitamsebagai bahan Bio Briket15.5. Konsep Zero WasteBAB XVI PENGGUNAAN BAHAN BAKU INDUSTRI PULP DANKERTAS PADA PERUSAHAAN SKALA BESAR16.1. Fokus perhatian Dunia pada HTI Indonesia16.2. Kawasan Hutan dan Pemanfaatannya16.2.1. Luas Kawasan Hutan Indonesia16.2.2. Trend Perkembangan Pembangunan IUPHHK-HutanAlam dan Hutan Tanaman16.3. Industri Pulp dan Kebutuhan Bahan Baku16.3.1. Kebutuhan Bahan Baku untuk Industri Pulp RAPPdan IKPP16.3.2. Membandingkan kontribusi HTI dan Hutan Alam bagiPT. RAPP dan PT. IKPP16.4. Pemenuhan Bahan Baku, dan Kondisi Hutan Alam RiauCHAPTER X ERA ECO-LABELING AND AUTONOMY REGIONAL10.1. Understanding from Eco-Labeling10.2. History of Ecolabel10.3. Problems with Agribusiness Pulp and Paper in the Ageof Eco-Labeling and Autonomy10.4. Manufacturers Factory Pulp and Paper Indonesian whohave implemented EkolabelCHAPTER XI DEVELOPMENTS INDUSTRY PULP AND PAPER THEWORLD11.1. Opportunity Business (Sector Paper and Pulp in India)11.1.1. Market is growing for Paper11.1.2. Focus11.1.3. Factor is reversed growth11.1.4. Overview Industry11.2. Outlook sectors Pulp and Paper Canadian, 2011-202011.3. Brazilian Pulp and Paper Industry11.4. Industry Pulp and Paper in ChinaCHAPTER XII GOVERNMENT POLICY ON PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY12.1. Green Industry: The Government Push the Applicationof Green Industry for Pulp and Paper12.2. SK Minister of of Forestry Republic of Indonesia No..SK.101/Menhut-II/2004 about Acceleration the ForestDevelopment Plant for Fulfillment Materials IndustrialRaw Pulp and Paper12.3. Center for Strategic Plan Year 2010-2014 Pulp andPaperCHAPTER XIII POTENCY CONSERVATION OF ENERGY ANDREDUCTION EMISSION ON SOME MANUFACTURERINDUSTRY PULP AND PAPER13.1. Opportunities Energy Saving on Industry Pulp andPaper13.2. Potential Energy Consumption and Emission Reductionin the Pulp Industry13.2.1. Tanjung Enim Lestari13.2.2. Toba Pulp Lestari13.3. Potency Energy Conservation and EmissionsReductions in Industry Paper13.3.1. Adiprima Suraprinta13.3.2. Aspec Kumbong13.3.3. Bekasi Teguh13.3.4. Fajar Surya Wisesa13.3.5. Indah Kiat – Serang13.3.6. Pakerin13.3.7. Pindo Deli13.3.8. Pura Nusa Persada13.3.9. Pura Barutama13.3.9. Surya Zigzag13.4. Potency Energy Conservation and EmissionsReductions in the Industry Pulp and Paper Integrated13.4.1. Indah Kiat Perawang Pulp and Paper13.4.2. Lontar Papyrus13.4.3. Riau Andalan Pulp and PaperCHAPTER XIV RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY PULP,PAPER, DERIVAT SELULOSA AND ENVIRONMENT14.1. Field of Sarana Research and Standardization14.2. ResearchCHAPTER XV INDUSTRIAL WASTE PULP AND PAPER15.1. Rules Industrial Waste: to Law Number 32/2009concerning Protection and Environmental ManagementLiving15.2. World Enterprises objection RPP Waste B315.3. Asia Pulp and Paper have the Technology Filters areWater Clean IPAG6015.4. Utilization mixture solid waste with black liquor asingredient Bio Briquette15.5. Concept Zero WasteCHAPTER XVI USE OF RAW MATERIALS INDUSTRY PULP AND PAPERON COMPANY SKALA LARGE16.1. Focus of attention the World on HTI Indonesian16.2. Forest Areas and Its Usage16.2.1. Broad Forest Estate Indonesian16.2.2. Trend The development of Construction ofIUPHHK-Forests Alam and Forests Plants16.3. Industrial Pulp and Needs Raw Materials16.3.1. Raw Materials for the Industry requirementPulp RAPP and IKPP16.3.2. Comparing contribution of HTI and ForestsAlam for PT. RAPP and PT. IKPP16.4. Fulfillment Raw Materials, and Conditions NaturalForest Riau
    • BAB XVII PENUTUP17.1. Kesimpulan17.2. Implikasi Kebijakan17.3. Prospek 5 tahun ke depanRUJUKAN REGULASICHAPTER XVII CLOSING17.1. Conclusion17.2. Policy implications17.3. Prospects for the next 5 yearsREGULATORY REFERENCESAMPLE OF DIRECTORYCompany : PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI, Integrated Sistercompany ofPT. PAKERIN (PABRIK KERTAS INDONESIA) inSurabaya.Date of establishment : 16th December 1996Address : Jl. Kasir II No. 7, Kelurahan Pasir JayaKecamatan JatiuwungTANGERANG 15135Phone : ++ 62 - 21 5903362 (Hunting)F a x : ++ 62 - 21 5903363, 5905508N P W P : 1.679.499.2-402Type of Product : Corrugated Carton Box, Capacity 3500 Tons/monthPaper Tube / Bobbin, Capacity 1500 Tons/monthNo. of employee : 550 peopleTotal Investment : US$. 10,000,000.00Land area : 39,625 m²Board of Director : David S. KurniawanPerson in charge : Hengky Somali - General ManagerM. Anwar - Vice Sales ManagerN. A. Hamdani - Accounting ManagerMa Ani - Technical ManagerLie Jiauw Tek - PPIC ManagerEndang S. - Production Manager for CorrugatedCarton BoxTaufik - Production Manager for Paper TubeInstalled machineries :No. TYPE OF MACHINE MAKER SPECIFICATION QTY.1 Corrugating Machine Hsieh Hsu Width : 1800 mm 12 Flexo Printer Slotter Ming Wei 2 Color 13 Flexo Printer Slotter Hsieh Hsu 2 Color 14 Flexo Printer Slotter TCY 3 Color 15Long Way PrintingmachineHsieh Hsu 2 Color 16 Pounch 67 Rotary Die Cut Ming Wei Width : 1600 mm 18 Glue Machine 19 Stitching Machine 2010 Strapping Machine 1511 Tying Machine 1012 Paper Slitting Machine 413Paper Tube WindingMachine10THE FACTORYPT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI located in the industrial area in Pasar Kemis, Jl. Kasir IINo. 7, TANGERANG, on the land about 4 Ha. The location is very strategic for theaccess towards Tangerang city, Highway Gate Bitung / Curug as well as to theinternational Airport Sukarno-Hatta Cengkareng.Presently PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI employs about 550 employee, which devidedinto 2 shift operation. With the support from PAKERINs group for the supply of paper asraw material as well as the support through its experiences PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARIhas grown to be a reliable partner for its customers to supply their demand for thecorrugated carton boxes and paper tubes.MACHINERYCorrugated Carton Board / sheet machine with high speed and capacity produces highquality of corrugated carton sheets. Using a corrugating machine with 1800 mm paperwidth and installed speed about 150 m/min PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI is able toachieve production capacity of over 3500 Tons per month.Our 2 and 3 color automatic Flexo Printer Slotter machines can print 2 - 3 colorinstantaneously with high quality and precision. Additionally the high precision automaticGluing Machine assures the high quality and reliable product.AUTOMATIC GLUING MACHINEIn the other side, the Paper Tube Division of PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI uses 4 unitsSlitting machines and 10 units Winders. Supported by long term working experience thePaper Tube Division is able to achieve the production capacity of about 1500 Tons highquality Paper Tube per month with various sizes of Tube and quality upon the customersrequest.QUALITYPT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI is fully supported by PT. PAKERIN, which builds a fullyintegrated Corrugated Carton Box and Paper Tube company with a paper manufacturingcompany, therefore we have significant advantages, i.e.:1. Stable quality and assurance of paper supply as raw material, which supported bypaper manufacturing company as integrated Headquarters.2. If any problems occur with the paper, the problem can be solved immediately due tothe factory integration.On the other hand, with our laboratory equipment and the experts in its field we arealways controlling the quality of our finished products in order to assure our customerssatisfaction. Testing in our laboratory starts from the raw material test up to the finishedgoods test.The following tests can be performed at PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARIs QC-Lab :1. Box Compression Test (BCT)2. Bursting Test3. Edgewise Crush Test (ECT)4. Flat Crush Test (FCT)5. Pin Adhesion Test (PAT)6. Moisture Test7. Etc.COMMITMENTTo serve our customers with high quality of product and on time delivery to assure ourcustomers satisfaction.PRODUCTSCorrugated Carton BoxPT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI manufactures high Quality of Corrugated Carton Boxes, forthe Box Quality as well as the Printing; therefore we are able to serve our Customersrequirement and our Customers Satisfaction.PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI manufactures various kind of Corrugated Carton Boxeswith various Quality Grades and Sizes to suit the Customers requirement. Our ProductRanges consist of :From the simple Standard BoxesUp to the Complicated Chicken BoxesThe following table will give you the Information about the Paper Grade and Weight,which are commonly used in PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI.No. TYPE OF PAPER WEIGHT1. KRAFT LINER (KL) 125 gsm, 150 gsm, 200 gsm and 300 gsm2. MEDIUM LINER (ML) 125 gsm, 150 gsm, 250 gsm3. WHITE LINER (WL) 150 gsm, 200 gsmNEW PRODUCTPAPER PALLETFor our concern to the surrounding Nature we introduce herewith our New Product, i.e.the Paper Pallet in order to replace the wooden Pallet.ADVANTAGES• Termites Free• Bark Free• Environmental Friendly• Fully Recyclable• Light Weight• Paper TubesPT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI manufactures Paper Tubes with various Sizes and TubeThickness in order to suit the Customers requirements. The Diameter, which can bemanufactured in PT. ASIA CARTON LESTARI, is from the smallest 13 mm up to 375mm, and the Tube Thickness can be fom 1 mm up to 15 mm.Beside the Diameter and the Thickness of the Paper Tubes, PT. ASIA CARTONLESTARI manufactures various kind of Paper Tubes, from the simple standard type,Up to the complicated type like BULL NOSE.
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