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Beef Distribution in Indonesia Daerah are divided into several areas : Jawa, Sumatera, Bali dan Nusa Tenggara, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, as well as Maluku dan Papua. For each point of distribution, it receives additional supply from other regions, such as Sumatera, it receives supply from Java as well as Bali and Nusa Tenggara. National Beef Distribution can be seen in this following table:

No. Region Supply From Distribute To
1 Java Bali and Nusa Tenggara, South Sumatera (Lampung), Local Java, Import North Sumatera, Java local Market
2 Sumatera Java, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Local Sumatera, Import Java, Sumatera Local Market
3 Bali and Nusa Tenggara (BNT) Local BNT, Import Java, Kalimantan, Sumatera, Sulawesi, Maluku and Papua, Local Market, BNT Local Market
4 Kalimantan Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Local Kalimantan, Import Kalimatan Local Market
5 Sulawesi Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Local Sulawesi, Import Kalimatan Kalimantan, Sulawesi Local Market
6 Maluku and Papua Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Import Maluku and Papua Local Market

We currently import “Live Cattle” and “Frozen Meat” from other contries. Live cattle will go to “Beef Processing Plant” and will be delivered to processing industry such as hotel, restaurant, and catering; super market; as well as wet market. Meanwhile, frozen meat is delivered to processing industry such as hotel, restaurant, and catering.

Note: Compile from any sources.

Soybean production concentrated in small pockets are distant from each other. The marketing system has interconnectedness and dependence of the production system. Distribution of production is in small pockets complicate the efficiency of transport and marketing. Developing marketing system should have been in line with the production system. This is because the marketing system will be improved if production increased. However the increase in output also depends on the availability of the necessary services, including reliable marketing system. In terms of utilization of soybean, it was found that the increasing number of industrial and farm investments that attract foreign investors has brought about an increase in the feed industry and livestock. This situation contrasts with the industry of soy sauce, tofu, tempeh, oncom, because the feed industry seems to be the scope of coverage of large enterprises that can not be rivaled by small companies.

Note: Compile from any sources.
Based on information reported by Indonesian major dairy products importer, Post revised the CY (Calender Year) 2011 Indonesian NFDM (Non Fat Dairy Mik) imports to 198,000 MT (Metric Tons). Continued demand from newly expanded, major dairy manufacturers increased Indonesia’s imports of NFDM in CY 2012 by approximately 3.5 percent to 205,000 MT. It is expected to further increase to 220,000 MT in CY 2013. Indonesia continues sourcing significant levels of dairy products from New Zealand and Australia, mainly because of the closer geographical proximity. Relatively new marketing strategies from New Zealand dairy suppliers have also assisted in maintaining the marketshare in Indonesian. As prices are more competitive, major Indonesian dairy products importers reported that some Oceania NFDM exports to Indonesia have been displaced by product from Europe and the United States. The quality of U.S. dairy products is recognized by Indonesian end users and U.S. dairy has become more accepted in Indonesia. As a result, U.S. exports of NFDM to Indonesia are estimated to remain prospective.

Source: Indonesia Dairy and Products Annual Report, 2012

Raw sugar can only be imported by processors that will use it for their own refining, while refined sugar may be imported by food processors for their own production. Also, whenever it deems necessary, the GOI (Government of Indonesia) can grant sugar mills permission to import raw sugar for white sugar production, provided that it is used to reduce idle capacity due to domestic cane production shortfalls. In MY (Marketing Year) 2014/1 5 no raw sugar import approv al was granted to sugar mills. Furthermore, on December 23, 2015, MOT (Ministry of Trade) issued regulation number 117/2015 stating that imports of plantation white sugar can only be conducted by state owned companies. The GOI is also prohibited fr om issuing raw sugar import approval s to sugar mills to reduce idle capacity in the future.

Source: Indonesia Sugar Annual Report, 2016

Here is the distribution flow of Subsidized Fertilizer :

  1. Distributor submits a redemption request accompanied with proof of payment transfer from Bank to Fertilizer Company.
  2. Distributor makes payment through Bank.
  3. Fertilizer company issues Delivery Order (DO) which is addressed to Grain Warehouse with copy to Distributor as order of fertilizer.
  4. Distributor contacts the Warehouse with a copy of DO for fertilizer taking.
  5. Warehouse Buffer verifies the copy of DO carried by Distributor with DO received from Fertilizer Company. Once declared true fertilizer submitted to the Distributor.
Source: compile from any sources