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The Ministry of Industry has issued an incentive for the purchase of production machinery for the textile and textile product (TPT) industry. Director General of Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Textile Industries (IKFT) Muhammad Khayam said that the provision of investment incentives was in the form of facilitating the use of machines and/or equipment that were more modern, more efficient and energy efficient as well as more environmentally friendly. Khayam said the program had boosted industrial performance by increasing investment in machinery and equipment by Rp13.82 trillion,

 

Problems in global maritime trade that trigger rising sea logistics costs are feared to affect the demand for export products in destination countries. Business actors do not have many options to deal with this situation. Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Export Companies (GPEI) Benny Soetrisno said the tangled threads of global trade that had been felt since the end of 2020 often made the delivery of goods late. The problem of the availability of containers and ship space makes shipping costs can swell up to 5 times.

 

The largest integrated viscose-rayon fiber producer in Indonesia, Asia Pacific Rayon (APR) has released its vision of sustainability in the next 10 years “APR2030". The main targets include: 20% of the total production of viscose fiber (VSF) is made from recycled materials,Achieving net-zero emissions from land use by emphasizing vertical integration with APRIL as a major supplier and halving the intensity of carbon emissions per tonne of VSF.,Together with APRIL we are helping to reduce extreme poverty levels within a 50 km radius of our area of ​​operation, and Support the conservation and protection of wildlife habitats in Indonesia.