Sustainable development of the marinesector in Indonesia, today’s status and goalsby: Dr. Victor PH NikijuluwExecutive Sec...
Development Policy ObjectivesEnhancing living condition of fishers and fish-farmers.Increasing income and foreign exchan...
Table 1. Target Fish Production from                         Capture and Aquaculture                    2010    2011    20...
Indonesian Seafood Export, 2011                Value                         Value $     ShareProducts       $1,000 Share ...
Program to develop capture fisheries                      • Integrated fishing                        industry            ...
Indonesian Fishing Fleets                     Number       %     Number       %                       2006     2006      2...
MAIN CULTURED SPECIES Shrimp,         Milkfish, Grouper,        Sea bass, Seaweed,        Common carp Tilapia,        Catf...
A QU A CU LTU R E P R A CTI CES                        MARINE AQUACULTURE             Potency = 8.36 Millions Ha          ...
Policies to develop Aquaculture: Integrated farming (shrimp, tuna,  seaweed, pangasius, tilapia, cold-water  species) Ex...
FISH PROCESSING INDUSTRY
Policies to Enhance Export • Develop high competitive products according to quality     requirements demanded by the impor...
Potential of Local Seafood Market, 2012                                  800 Hotels                                0.2 mil...
Potential Collaborations• Researches on Fisheries and aquaculture• Investment in fuel-saving technologies, integrated fish...
Please avail yourself of these  marvelous opportunities
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  1. 1. Sustainable development of the marinesector in Indonesia, today’s status and goalsby: Dr. Victor PH NikijuluwExecutive Secretary CTI-CFFINDONESIA
  2. 2. Development Policy ObjectivesEnhancing living condition of fishers and fish-farmers.Increasing income and foreign exchange.Providing employment opportunityIncreasing fish supply and consumptionManaging fisheries resources optimallyIncreasing productivity, quality, added–value, and competitiveness of fisheries products.Guaranteeing raw materials for processing industries.Optimizing utilization of areas fit for aquaculture and protecting their environments from degradation.Ensuring sustainability of fisheries resources, fish farming areas, and implementing effective spatial management
  3. 3. Table 1. Target Fish Production from Capture and Aquaculture 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 PRODUCTION (million ton) 10.76 12.26 1485 18.49 22.39 27.32 Capture 5.38 5.41 5.44 5.47 5.50 5.50(million ton)Aquaculture 5.38 6.85 9.41 13.02 16.89 21.82(million ton)CONSUMPTION (kg/capita) 30.47 31.57 34.09 36.31 38.67 40.0 EXPORT ($ Billion) 2.9 3.2 3.6 4.2 5.0 6.0Source ; MOMAF-RI (2009)
  4. 4. Indonesian Seafood Export, 2011 Value Value $ ShareProducts $1,000 Share (%) Countries 1,000 (%) Shrimp 1,309,674 37.20 Japan 806,060 22.89 Tuna 498,591 14.16 USA 1,070,484 30.40Other fish 1,075,401 30.54 EU 459,923 13.06 Crabs 262,321 7.45 China 220,998 6.28 Others 375,105 10.65 Others 963,626 27.37 TOTAL 3,521,092 100.00 TOTAL 3,521,091 100.00
  5. 5. Program to develop capture fisheries • Integrated fishing industry • Replacement of traditional fleets • Distant water fishing • Develop eastern region • Sustainable fishing and resource management
  6. 6. Indonesian Fishing Fleets Number % Number % 2006 2006 2010 2010 TOTAL 590,317 100.00 570,826 100.00 Non-powered boat 249,955 42.34 172,907 30.29Outboard motor 185,983 31.51 231,333 40.53 < 30 GT Boats 149,735 25.37 159,875 28.01 30 - 300 GT Boats 4,495 0.76 6,557 1.15 > 300 GT Boats 149 0.03 154 0.03
  7. 7. MAIN CULTURED SPECIES Shrimp, Milkfish, Grouper, Sea bass, Seaweed, Common carp Tilapia, Catfish, Pearl oyster, Gouramy, Exotic fish, Macrobrachium Crabs Shellfish Eel Others .. Cobia
  8. 8. A QU A CU LTU R E P R A CTI CES MARINE AQUACULTURE Potency = 8.36 Millions Ha Total used = 84.46 Thousands Ha (1.01%) BRACKISH AQUACULTURE Potency = 1.22 Millions Ha Total used = 452.90 Thousands Ha (37.00%) FRESHWATER AQUACULTURE Potency = 2.22 Millions Ha Total used = 224.94 Thousands Ha (10.14%)
  9. 9. Policies to develop Aquaculture: Integrated farming (shrimp, tuna, seaweed, pangasius, tilapia, cold-water species) Extending farming areas (outside Java) Develop feed and hatchery industries New species domestication
  10. 10. FISH PROCESSING INDUSTRY
  11. 11. Policies to Enhance Export • Develop high competitive products according to quality requirements demanded by the importing countries. • Diversify products and reroute the markets • Improve capacity of processing firms, both industrial scale and small-size firms. • Develop bilateral and multilateral cooperation as an attempt to reduce import tariffs imposed by the importing countries • Maintain and expand USA, Japan, and EU markets that traditionally have been accessed. • Extend and penetrate new markets, especially in China, Korea, Middle East and Africa.
  12. 12. Potential of Local Seafood Market, 2012 800 Hotels 0.2 million tons Some imported fishes Institutional (temperate / cold water Market 15,000 Restaurants species) 3. 2 million ton 1.0 million tons / year Catering / parties Mostly local fishes 2.0 million tons Small Food Stalls 10 Million 660,000 stalls Mostly local fishes tons / year Households Mostly local fishes 240 million direct 5.0 million (raising import trend) consumers tons / year Potential demand 18.2 million tons per year
  13. 13. Potential Collaborations• Researches on Fisheries and aquaculture• Investment in fuel-saving technologies, integrated fishing.• Investment in aquaculture (salmon, tuna, hatchery and feed industries)• Investment in seafood processing industries, high-priced customized products, standardized products for domestic and international markets.• Develop sustainable organic products, common product branding,• NORWINDO-fish, INDONORWAY-fish
  14. 14. Please avail yourself of these marvelous opportunities

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