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Business people in Indonesia have transformed their operations over the past few years through Industry 4.0.

The Regent of Klaten, Sri Mulyani, asked the industrial sector to follow the rules for the Implementation of Emergency Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM).

“The roads have been closed, traders have been asked to close, but the industry still has a night shift. I ask that production only lasts a maximum of 20.00 WIB, according to the Emergency PPKM rules. Only as long as Emergency PPKM is in effect, please help us," Sri explained.

Sri asked the company to arrange new working hours during Emergency PPKM.

“Please adjust, because the rules are clear. Immediately create new operating hours, so that there will be no more production activities at night," he said.

The Regent on Tuesday (13/7/2021) night visited a number of factory locations. Among them PT. Macanan Jaya Brilliant, PT. JJ Glove Indo, PT. Hermosa Garment International, and PT. Surya Blessing Indonesia. These factories are mainly engaged in the garment sector.

In addition to highlighting factory working hours that pass the Emergency PPKM rules, Sri also mentioned that there are still companies that have not obeyed the rules for limiting incoming employees.

“This is also our focus, it turns out that there are still 100 percent who enter even though they are divided into shifts. It shouldn't be like this. Do not let company policies actually have a negative impact on the efforts of the Klaten Regency Government, which is trying to suppress the spread of Covid-19, "explained Sri.

Previously, Sri mentioned that there were 853 companies operating in Klaten Regency. Where 62 companies have permits for industrial activities, with details of 17 companies in the non-essential category, 15 companies in the essential category, and 30 companies in the critical category.

In the Yustisi Operation briefing which was conducted some time ago, Sri said that his party would take firm action against violators of the Emergency PPKM rules. The reason is that the Klaten Regency Government has the authority and a strong legal basis.

"Our work is not just 'gobras gabrus ra eneng Dasare'. We work with a basis, there is a legal umbrella. The essential sector has been determined to be 50 percent WFO (Work From Office). Our task today is to control 50 percent of the essential sectors," said Sri while directing the Yustisi Operation.

Lukas Jayadi (72), the defendant who shot the textile boss on Jalan Mongonsidi Gilingan Banjarsari, was recently sentenced to 12 years in prison in a trial at the Surakarta District Court.

The DKI Jakarta High Court granted the appeal of the public prosecutor (JPU) against one of the defendants in the textile import corruption case, named Irianto.

Governor of West Java (Jabar) Ridwan Kamil together with Forkopimda Jabar conducted inspections of two textile factories in Bandung Regency, Saturday (10/7). An inspection was carried out to ensure that the rules for the Implementation of Emergency Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) were implemented.