The East Java Provincial Government through the Provincial Office of Industry and Trade (Disperindag) appealed to the Regency/City to be able to draw up a Regency/City Industrial Development Plan (RPIK) in accordance with applicable regulations.
This is done in accordance with the mandate of Law No. 3 of 2014 which has mandated that every regional government, both Provincial and Regency/City, is required to stipulate Regional Regulations for Industrial Development Plans.
In addition, regulations governing the preparation of RPIP and RPIK are contained in Minister of Industry Regulation number 110 of 2015 and Minister of Home Affairs Regulation number 113 of 2018.
Drajat Irawan, Head of the East Java Disperindag, said that RPIK contains directions for developing industrial estates in an area.
“Economic development, including the industrial sector, must go hand in hand with sustainable environmental management. The East Java Provincial Government continues to strive to grow and develop the industrial sector," said Drajat.
He said that the mainstay industry in East Java consisted of various types of industries, including the food and beverage industry, textile and footwear industry, paper industry, pharmaceutical and traditional medicine industry, rubber and plastic goods industry, electrical equipment industry, machinery and equipment industry, and the industry. conveyance industry.
In East Java alone, several areas that have implemented the RPIK Regional Regulation, among others, are the City of Mojokerto, the City of Kediri, Kab. Nganjuk, Kab. Mojokerto, and Kab. Lamongan. Other Regencies/Cities are expected to immediately compile and stipulate Regional Regulations on Industrial Development Plans, so that they can be used as guidelines for business apparatus, industry players and the community in developing industries in the regions.
"Hopefully, with the Regional Regulation on RPIK, it can help business actors to get legal certainty in running their business. So that it can encourage an increase in East Java's economic movement," concluded Drajat.