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Stake Holder : Textile Industry Needs Fundamental Changes

The Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) believes that the production performance of the footwear industry will fully recover this year. This is in line with the projection of the Indonesian Footwear Association (Aprisindo) which states that footwear production will return to 1.2 billion pairs in 2022. Director of Textile, Leather and Footwear at the Ministry of Industry, Elis Masitoh, said that there will be a flood of orders to the domestic footwear industry this year and 2023. This year, one of the brands added orders to 67 million pairs, and will increase again next year.

The government continues to boost the use of domestic products (P3DN) and increase the level of domestic components (TKDN). This step is to realize the independence of the domestic industrial sector. TKDN certification provides a number of advantages for the industry. Most importantly, more of the products will be absorbed through government procurement of goods and services. In 2022, the Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) will facilitate domestic industrial companies to obtain TKDN certificates in 2022 as many as 1,250 product certificates.

The owner of the Texmaco Group, Marimutu Sinivasan, has officially sued the Office of the State Assets and Auction Service or KPKNL Jakarta III, the Ministry of Finance, to the Central Jakarta District Court. The lawsuit was filed because Sinivasan wants to get great certainty of the amount of debt that is appropriate to be paid to the state, which is also called not the debt of Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance or BLBI. "As a compliant and responsible Indonesian citizen, I have good intentions to settle my (debt) obligations to the state.

The Indonesian Filament Fiber and Yarn Association (APSyFI) welcomes the government's decision to ban coal exports for 1–31 January 2022. Secretary General of APSyFI Redma Gita Wirawasta said the ban on coal exports would have an impact on stabilizing textile production utilization, which currently has reached 80-95 percent, including export-oriented ones. "The ban on coal exports will not increase the utilization because it is already high, but if it is not prohibited, our utilization could collapse," he said, Tuesday (4/1/2022).

PT Trisula International Tbk (TRIS), an integrated apparel provider engaged in the textile and garment sector, continues to focus on implementing sustainable business practices. One of TRIS's steps is to use environmentally friendly fuel, namely compressed natural gas or CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) in the steam engine at its subsidiary factory, namely PT Trisco Tailored Apparel Manufacturing. The CNG engine aims to reduce emissions which are much lower when compared to ordinary fuel. This is also a preparation for TRIS to welcome the carbon tax era in 2022.