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The Ministry of Marine and Fisheries Aquaculture Development Support Pearl Shells: http://www.medanbisnisdaily.com/news/read/2015/08/15/180829/kkp-dukung-pengembangan-budidaya-kerang-mutiara/#.V3ZE9RK-VvE/15 August 2015


Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Susi Pudjiastuti, saying, pearl farming must be encouraged, so that people are not constantly catching or taking of natural pearl oysters. Pearl farming is also expected to involve the fishing communities and coastal communities in general. In accordance with the directives of the Minister of Marine and Fisheries, the Directorate General of Aquaculture, Slamet Soebjakto, invited the businessmen who are members of Pearl Farming Association of Indonesia, to involve the community in the vicinity of his business, so that the public is increasingly prosperous and cultivation of pearl oysters will continue to run.
KKP Spreads 15 Thousand Seeds of Rare Pearl Shells in Lombok: http://katadata.co.id/berita/2017/07/26/kkp-sebar-15-ribu-benih-kerang-mutiara-langka-di-lombok/26 July 2017


The government distributed 15 thousand pearl shell seeds with Pinctada Maxima type. The decline in the number of mother-of-pearls in nature triggered the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (CTF) to take conservation measures.

Director General of Aquaculture KKP Slamet Soebjakto states the stock return of pearl shells in nature is a crucial step. "Exploitative fishing using environmentally destructive materials causes the presence of mother of pearls in nature to be very rare," Slamet said at the CTF office in Jakarta on Wednesday (26/7).
 

Shellfish and Mollusc Fishing in Indonesia
Indonesia Industry Report and Market Research
April 12, 2018
Industry Code : A1713
Forecast to : 2022

Definition
Shellfish and Mollusc Fishing in Indonesia This class consists of units mainly engaged in catching mollusks in the ocean, estuaries, lagoons and other tidal waters.
Activities
The primary activities of firms in this industry are:
- Catching types of mollusks in the ocean, estuaries, lagoons and other tidal waters.
- Catching types of pearl oysters in the ocean, estuaries, lagoons and other tidal waters.
- Catching types of squid in the shallow waters of the ocean, estuaries, lagoons and other tidal waters.
- Catching types of cuttlefish in the shallow waters of the ocean, estuaries, lagoons and other tidal waters.
- Catching types of octopus in the shallow waters of the ocean, estuaries, lagoons and other tidal waters.
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Jakarta 12720, Indonesia
Chapter Headings US $ Select All
Industry Outlook 60.50
Key Statistics 60.50
Market Characteristics 36.30
Segmentation 36.30
Industry Conditions 60.50
Industry Performance 60.50
Key Factors 27.50
News
Shellfish Cultivation Still Favorable 0.39
Morotai Island Regency offer investment for cultured pearls 0.39
Tiger Conch Sea Gesing Penetrate Abroad, http 0.39
Soon Sumbar Develop pearl shells 0.39
Pearl oyster farming opportunities 0.39
Mollusks Has Great Potentials 0.39
Operational Costs for Fishing Rises by 15 Percent 0.39
Fishery Needs Rp.13.4 Trillion 0.39
Government Will Apply Maximum Fixed for Fishery 0.39
Thailand Accepts RI Fishery Offer of Investment 0.39

Report Content

The Shellfish and Mollusc Fishing industry in Indonesia research report contain trend analysis, statistics, market size information, industry growth rates as well as major competitors.

Major market segments are identified and also those forces affecting demand and supply within this industry. Performance analysis includes emerging industry trends as well as recent results and performance of each key company. Drawing on the depth of information DIS also provides 5 year forecasts for this industry.

The comprehensive study also examines details such as the barriers to entry, operating cost structure, technology & systems and domestic & international markets. Tables and statistics include: Industry revenue, exports, imports, wages and number of companies in the industry, Industry growth and geographic regional data.


KEY STATISTICS 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Industry Revenue 107,942 104,367 131,689 158,085 169,151 Rp.Billion
Industry Gross Product 7,016 6,784 8,560 10,276 10,995 Rp.Billion
Number of Establishments 110 120 130 130 130 Units
Employment 109,600 101,200 85, 81,000 85,400 Units
Exports 2,856 3,457 6,481 6,521 7,820 Rp.Billion
Imports 10,926 10,899 25,482 30,419 35,880 Rp.Billion
Total Wages 1,425 1,316 1,114 1,010 1,109 Rp.Billion
Domestic Demand 116,012 111,809 150,690 181,983 197,211 Rp.Billion
The data above is sample data only

COST STRUCTURE % OF SALES COST STRUCTURE % OF SALES
Cost of Goods Sold 67.13 Gross Profit 32.87
Operating Expense 21.5 Profit (Loss) Before Tax 11.36
Administration 1.58 Depreciation 0.56
Electricity 0.66 Freight 1.99
Fuel, Parking, Toll & Retribution 1.62 Interest 3.09
Land and Building Rental 2.74 Marketing 2.69
Repairs and Maintenance 0.54 Service Fee 0.7
Staff Welfare Allowance 1.38 Other Expenses 0.92
Stationery & Inventory 0.48 Telephone 0.8
Utensils and Equipment 1.24 Wages and Salaries 0.5
The data above is sample data only

ESTABLISHMENTS IN (%) ESTABLISHMENTS IN (%)
Central Java 13.4 DKI Jakarta 6.5
East Java 22.4 North Sumatra 17.9
Papua 2.0 Bali 3.0
South Sulawesi 6.0 West Java 28.8
The data above is sample data only
TOTAL PRICE (US$)(RP)
Price 500.006.250.000
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About this Report
Outlook
Key Statistics
Segmentation
Market Characteristics
Industry Conditions
Key Factors
Key Competitors
Industry Performance