Food and Beverage Distribution Gain Revenue U.S. $ 865.2 Million…

JAKARTA – PT Petrojaya Boral Plasterboard preparing inaugurated its new factory in Cilegon, Banten. The plan to increase production capacity in Indonesia gypsum board.

Marketing Manager Teresa F. Petrojaya Boral Plasterboard Lilya said, the plan was to increase the production capacity to double, from 35 million square meters to 65 million square meters. Right now we should be able to increase the supply to its biggest market in Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya, and Makassar.

“So far we are still the market leader for gypsum products in Indonesia with a market share of 50 percent,” said Theresia in Jakarta, Wednesday (24/07/2013).

“For the market segment dominated in Jakarta 60 percent retail, while 40 per cent for high end projects,” he added.

Theresia said, for gypsum product sales, growth rate averaged 15 percent per year. The rapid growth of residential property projects ranging, apartments and offices currently contributed to the increasing demand for gypsum products from Jayaboard.

“However, we have not been able to explain the sales figures,” he said.

Global Mediacom Earnings Grow 16.6% So Rp982 Billion

PT Global Mediacom Tbk (BMTR) posted a profit for the year in the first half of 2013 amounted to Rp982 billion, up by 16.6 percent compared to the acquisition in 2012 of Rp842 billion.

The company’s revenue also rose to Rp 4, 81 trillion in the first half of 2013 compared with the previous Rp 4, 15 trillion. Direct cost the company up to Rp2, 56 trillion, compared with the previous 2012 amounted to Rp2, 26 trillion.

The company’s gross profit increased to Rp2, 25 trillion in the first half of 2013 compared with the previous year 2012 amounting to Rp1, 89 trillion.

Cash and cash equivalents per the company’s June 30, 2013 amounted to Rp870 billion compared to the previous year 2012 amounting to Rp862 billion.

Current assets of the company by June 30, 2013 amounted to Rp11, 90 trillion, compared with the previous December 31, 2012 amounting to Rp10, 78 trillion. The amount of the company’s non-current assets as at 30 June 2013 to Rp 9, 87 trillion compared to December 31, 2012 amounting to Rp 9, 21 trillion.

Total liabilities of the company as at 30 June 2013 to Rp 6, 39 trillion, compared with the previous December 31, 2012 amounting to Rp 5, 69 trillion. While the company’s total equity as at 30 June 2013 to Rp15, 38 trillion compared to the previous December 31, 2012 amounted to Rp14, 29 trillion.

Dividend Coverage Telkom Rp 7.1 Trillion to Shareholders

PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Persero) will distribute a cash dividend of 55% of net income in 2012. The dividend equivalent to Rp 7.1 trillion, or a minimum of USD 369.1 per share.

In late 2012, the state-owned company posted a net profit of Rp 12.9 trillion or 17.2% when compared with net income in 2011 reached Rp 11 trillion.

Managing Director of Telkom, said Arief Yahya, profit growth was driven by the performance of the company’s subsidiary, Telkomsel, which performs continuous plume.

“Entities subsidiary, Telkomsel is still a major contributor to the company’s business,” Arief said the AGM in 2013, at the Ritz Carlton Pacific Place, Sudirman CBD, Jakarta, Friday (04/19/2013).

“In addition, a special cash dividend of 10% of net income of Rp 1.3 trillion, or at least Rp 67.1 per share,” he said.

The company also set aside retained earnings amounting to Rp 4.5 trillion, which would be used to finance the company’s business development.

In this meeting also approved the addition of members of the Board of Commissioners, by lifting the Commissioner Gatot Trihargo TLKM coded it.

EMC Gets USD 5.29 bln in Q1

EMC Corporation posted a fairly promising financial results in the first quarter of 2013. EMC Q1 revenues reached USD 5.39 billion, an increase of 6% ​​over the same quarter last year.

The GAAP net income of USD 580 million and first quarter GAAP earnings per weighted average number of diluted shares is USD 0.26.

Non-GAAP net income EMC reached USD 850 million, an increase of 4% compared to the same quarter the previous year. Non-GAAP earnings per weighted average number of diluted shares was USD 0.39, up 5% from year to year.

Joe Tucci, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EMC said EMC’s solid financial results in the first quarter illustrates the power and precision of their execution strategy that offers efficiency, control, choice and greater agility to customers.

“Our three business federation – EMC Information Infrastructure, VMware and Pivotal – focusing on the IT sector is expected to experience high growth in the next decade: cloud computing, Big Data and IT reliable,” he added, in a written statement on Thursday (16 / 5/2013).

Oliver Wyman analysis of the automotive industry’s structural change 2.0: Fine line for medium-sized suppliers

The automotive industry will be facing enormous challenges over the next few years. In the wake of the expected growth, OEMs and suppliers will have to deal with the next wave of structural change. While this will open up new opportunities, it will also require huge investments. Even today, the financial scope for manoeuvre of many suppliers is limited – not least due to low profitability and increasingly demanding investors. This means that the classic medium-sized automotive suppliers are walking a fine line. If they want to accept structural change 2.0 and the associated costs, they will have to work primarily on their strategic orientation and operational excellence, thereby ensuring their profitability and creditworthiness. These are the findings of the Oliver Wyman study on the impact of the structural change involving the supplier industry.

In the next few years, globalization and technological progress will bring dynamism and growth to the automotive industry across the world. The major emerging countries are still developing rapidly, and so further accelerating the regional market shift. In China alone, annual car production volume will almost double by 2020 (from 18 to 33 million vehicles). In India it is expected to nearly triple from four to 11 million. Traditional automotive regions such as Western and Southern Europe are stagnating due, in particular, to low sales. In June 2013, for instance, the Western European car market lost more than five percent compared to June 2012.

Furthermore, OEMs, owing to their increasing focus, will in the future assign an increasing number of tasks to suppliers. Especially in research and development and in production, suppliers will gain additional value components. According to Oliver Wyman, automotive value creation in 2025 will amount to 1.25 billion euros. Of this amount, 69 percent will go to suppliers – a clear increase as against the 61 percent from 840 billion euros in 2012. Ultimately, the complexity of the product range is taking on new dimensions. More than ever, the automotive industry will be shaped in the next few years by new vehicle concepts, new models and new technologies.

High capital requirements – cheap debt financing but only with an intact business model

The imminent growth will trigger the next wave of structural change. For all players in the automotive industry, this will open up major opportunities. But the fact is that only profitable and financially strong suppliers will be able to make the necessary investments in global structures and new technologies. “It is precisely the medium-sized supplier landscape that is under huge pressure from the creation of structures for the expected growth outside their home region,” emphasizes Lars Stolz, a partner at Oliver Wyman. “Many could see their profitability severely impaired for a long time”. In fact, over the next few years there will be high investment requirements. Even the structural adjustments of recent years required enormous expenditure and had significant consequences for profitability. Total depreciation on investments in value-creation structures and expenditure on research, product development and management increased from 2008 to 2011 on an annual average from 19.1 to 20.3 percent of sales, while operating income fell internationally on average from 7.5 to 5.5 percent.

However, much higher investment and additional expenses will be needed for the forthcoming structural change and the related, but repeated, transition to a new value system. This will put profitability once

Yunanto and Nia Not Know the Benefits of Wood Telasih which they distilled

The husband and wife, aka Yunanto Sarnu (41) and Nia Vermiasari (35) the owner of the essential oil distillation plant (glued) resident of the Village / District Jenangan, Ponorogo confessed to this day do not know and do not believe if the distillates telasih wood and roots are raw materials world-class best ecstasy.
However, NIA hopes not happen with her team brought the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) after a raid 5 locations refining his tube on Wednesday (24/7) yesterday.
Moreover, since the location of the existing refineries in the backyard of the house was fitted with a line of police line, Nida and his work was not able to carry out activities to distill essential oils (glued), eucalyptus, cloves, betel leaves, and others that have been used as raw materials medicine and has been occupied since the year 2006.
“I wish my husband was okay because my husband does not know if the wood oil telasih raw materials that are prohibited countries. I wish my husband could return home as soon as possible,” said Nia Velmiasari to Surya, Thursday (25/07/2013) .
Nia further refining tell if the plant roots and the wood began to distill telasih since meeting with the Madison citizens Siti Sundari dimembengkelkan telasihnya wood to be grease.
Nia and her husband immediately believed and menyulingan demand Siti Sundari who just knew it because it was the reason for insecticide raw materials.
“Yes I was shocked and surprised when suddenly officers from BNN and the police came. Moreover, immediately see a distillery patchouli behind the house. Getting shocked when I explained that refined wood since three months ago it was the oil as a raw material for making ecstasy. Currently My husband was also brought to Jakarta, “added the woman’s shoulder-length hair.
Additionally Nia revealed that she and her husband and several workers at refineries located in the back of his house doing wood distillation telasih since there is a young woman who claimed to be from Madison.
At that time, young wanit who called Siti Sundari was asked to menyulingkan telasih wood that has been purchased from the District Ngebel.
“If the oil has become my husband will be rewarded Rp 250,000 per kilogram,” he said.
When pressed for the umpteenth kalinnya telasih wood refined oil turns a raw material for making ecstasy class number 1 in the world, Nia said he did not know at all.
According to him, that they do business with her husband since 2006 is like a seamstress. If there is a message dibikinkan clothes at her request.
“We are the proverbial tailor clothes. If anyone sew their own clothing with fabric and yarn to bring themselves living without spending the fabric of his hire. Similarly, we do not know if we’ve distilled the ecstasy drug ingredient,” he explained.
“I know the family and the young woman named Siti Sundari was due to come into my home. Currently I think student research. Currently claimed to have met the direct orders of the wood distillates telasih. Due to the refining work that has long struggled when we can offer our not suspicious at all. Moreover, every month is taken Siti Sundari here without him. So we’d trust with the smooth payment of money, “said the wife of this Yunanto.
Team of the BNN,

Sweet sour the Torakur

His name is unique. Having eaten maybe you will be confused, this tomato or dates? Yes processed tomato and sweet sour bite is guaranteed addictive. The color is very similar to the exact date but it was tomatoes. LHA how come? See the info below?

While in the area Bandungan, I had stopped in Semarang Bandungan market. I accidentally found ‘Torakur’ which had become the talk of some time ago. Torakur which means ‘Tomato Taste Dates’ This is one of the specialties Kopeng, Central Java.

Like dates of Arab Torakur pretty packed in cardboard boxes and neatly laid out. Applying glue tomatoes that long-term to make it look like a date. Initially preserves udaha process was spearheaded by a mother in the Banyumas area in 1998 to deal with an expensive price palm while tomatoes are very abundant.

It looks almost identical, only the flesh of the fruit of the date palm is thicker and does not have seeds torakur. So it’s even more delicious and when eaten. To make it not too difficult because of the cottage industry are scattered in almost all areas of Central Java.

The first ripe tomato, seeds removed and washed. The tomatoes will be one torakur. After the water soaked chunks of tomato that goal whiting makes tomatoes so chewy texture and not easily destroyed during cooking. Once this is then cooked in sugar water until the sugar becomes thick brown and red-brown color change tomatpun like dates.

The next process torakur dijemus in the sun to dry. Afterwards, packed in cardboard and wrapped in plastic. Although not wearing a mixture of dates, taste exactly like dates torakur legit. No wonder the fasting month, torakur highly sought after for iftar meals.

Torakur now been sold to major cities in Sumatra and Sulawesi, and even this growing cottage industry to various regions in Central Java. One small box sells for Rp. USD 10,000.00 and a large box. 20,000.00. Prices are affordable and taste like dates make torakur so popular. If you want to taste this torakur can buy in the gift shop in the area of ​​Central Java.

Kobexindo Spread Rp 11.4 Billion Dividend to Shareholders

Kobexindo Tractors Tbk PT (KOBX) plans to distribute dividends of U.S. $ 1.2 million or equivalent to Rp 11.4 billion. This dividend equal 23% of the company’s net profit in 2012.

Each shareholder will receive dividends KOBX Rp 5 per share. The Company will put about 77% or U.S. $ 3.99 million of net income as retained earnings and general reserves.

The funding will be used to strengthen the Company’s capital structure, especially in business development and financing of the Company’s operations and its subsidiary entities.

“The decision has considered the need for capital to fund the Company’s business and operational expansion.” Explained Director of Public Relations Kobexindo Soputro in a written statement on Wednesday (06/12/2013).

Throughout 2012, the Company posted revenue of U.S. $ 131 million. Revenue was driven by sales of heavy equipment, parts, and revenues from repair services.

Heavy equipment sales segment revenue in 2012 was U.S. $ 114 million dollars. This segment is the largest revenue contribution by donating 87% of the Company’s total revenues in 2012.

The second contributor to revenues derived from spare parts and service segment of U.

Ramadan, Home Based Cake Industry Emerges

SOLO– Arrival of Ramadan is not wasted some people to carry out seasonal business. One is a cottage industry cake proliferation. Utilizing the home kitchen, turnover of up to tens of millions of dollars could be obtained.

Endang Paryanti is one that utilizes baking hobby into an extra source of income. Since before the fast, he got busy with the flour and butter in the house which is located in Jalan Sapodilla III No. 6 Karangasem. He expertly made cakes nastar, Kastengel and snow princess. Currently, without hiring employees he can still fulfill the orders kept coming. One day, he alone could produce 20 jars of cookies.
“It will start the third week, there may be an additional two employees to help make the cake. If alone, fear can not serve demand more and more,” he said.
Endang, was three years in a row to make each cake using a label Aura Lebaran Cookies. Every Eid, he can accept orders up to 500 jars. Assorted pastries are sold for Rp 35,000 for each of the jar. He believes, orders will continue to come to close to Lebaran. Because this year he’s doing more extensive promotion.
“In the past only by word of mouth promotion. Now I use facebook and blackberry messenger. Besides in Solo, the buyer also come from Jakarta, Semarang, Yogyakarta and Jepara,” he said.
The same is done Rahayu. Together with his brother, he used to market the Idul Fitri various pastries. On an average day, more sisters make snacks for the kids, such as donuts vegetable or vegetable noodles.
Unfortunately, he was not able to accept orders in large quantities due to limited production capacity.
“Cake made our family at home in Kartasura. Was looking for an additional year hard labor. Mostly people prefer seasonal work in printing rather than making the cake,” he said.
To date, he has received 200 orders a variety of pastries. Starting from nastar, Kastengel, corn cookies, cheese and sago. The cakes are sold at varying prices, from Rp 35,000 to Rp 55,000 per jar.