Kebumen Regency

a. Geographical Condition

I. Location:

Between 7° 27’ – 7° 50’ S and 109° 33’ – 109° 50’ E II. Borderline :

  • East: Purworejo Regency & Wonosobo Regency
  • North: Banjarnegara Regency
  • West side: Banyumas Regency & Cilacap Regency
  • South: Indonesia Ocean

III. Area and Utilization

Kebumen Regency administratively consists of 26 Sub-district with an area of ​​128,111.50 ha2 or 1,281,115 km², with the landscape condition that some regions are categorized as coastal areas and hills, while most are lowlands. Of the total area of ​​Kebumen regency, in the year 2013 recorded 39,748.00 ha or about 31.03% is wetlands and 88,363.50 ha or 68.97% of drylands.

Viewed from the irrigation system and land utilization, most of the rice fields are technically irrigated (50.34%), and almost entirely cultivated twice a year, with semi-technical irrigation (9.23%), simple irrigation (5.77%), irrigated villages (2 , 65%) and part in the form of rainfed and tidal lowland (32.02%).

The use of dry land (not rice field) is divided into agricultural land for 42,799.50 ha (48.45%) and not for agriculture of 45,544.00 ha (51.55%). dry land for agriculture is divided further into 27,629,00 ha for dried riverbank land, dried land ricefield/opened-forest farm area of ​​745,00 ha, 1,159.00 ha of plantation, 3,011.00 ha of community forest, 24,00 ha of brackish water ponds, 53,50 ha of fresh water ponds, grazing area of ​​33,00 hectares, while not cultivated area of ​​231,00 ha, and others covering an area of ​​9,914.00 ha. While dry land is not for agriculture used for the building area of ​​26,021.00 ha, state forest area of ​​16,861.00 ha, swamps of 12.00 ha and other area of ​​2670 ha.

IV. Climate

In 2013, the number of rainfall and rainy days in Kebumen regency is lower than the previous year.

The recorded rainfall during this year (2013) amounted to 3,787.00 mm higher than the previous year of 2,328.43 mm and rainy days as much as 188 days more often than the previous year of 108 days.

The lowest temperatures observed at the Wadaslintang monitoring station in July with temperatures around 20.60 ° C and the highest 34.00 ° C in March. Average air humidity is 81.00% and average wind speed is 0.23 meter / second. While at the Sempor monitoring station the lowest temperature of 21.60 ° C occurred in August and the highest 33.60 ° C in February. Average air humidity of 84.00% and average wind speed of 1.99 meters / sec.

b. History

As with other regions in Indonesia with different cultural and historical backgrounds, Kabumen Regency has its own history of establishment, where the purpose is to conveyed a sense of pride and belonging to the people of Kebumen Regency which can encourage everyone’s passion and creativity to further develop the (existing) potency of Kebumen Regency in their respective fields.

The early history of Kebumen’s existence cannot be separated from the history of the Kingdom of Mataram Islam. This is due to the occurence of several events that happened and experienced by Mataram Kingdom that greatly influence the formation of Kebumen which was still a region within the authority of Mataram kingdom. Kebumen is included in the area of ​​Manca Negara Kulon (Kademangan Karanglo area) within the power structure of the Mataram kingdom at that time.

nevertheless, we now also have come to understand that there are several version of story or background to the establishment Kebumen Regency, based on the District Regulation of Kebumen Regency number 1 year 1990 about the Stipulation of Kebumen District Anniversary, and some other sources, among others, namely:

Version I

The first version of Kebumen history that tells the origin of the birth of Kebumen that was traced from the founding of Panjer.

According to its history, Panjer comes from a character named Ki Bagus Bodronolo. At the time when Sultan Agung stormed Batavia, Ki Bagus Bodronolo helped the invasion as the soldier who guard the food (logistic). He was later appointed as ‘senopati’ or warlord during the war.

When Panjer was made into a district with its first regent Ki Suwarno (from Mataram), Ki Bodronolo was appointed to become Ki Gede at Panjer Valley (Panjer Roma) with the title Ki Gede Panjer Roma I, thanks to his service to ward off a Dutch attack which were trying to land their troops at Petanahan Beach. Ki Gede Panjer Roma’s son, namely Ki Kertosuto, also appointed as Patih of The Regent, Ki Suwarno. While Ki Gede Panjer Roma’s other son, namely Ki Hastrosuto, appointed as Demang Panjer Gunung, work to help his father in Panjer Roma.

Ki Gede Panjer Roma or Ki Bodronolo then handed over his authority, when he was retired, to Ki Hastrosuto and titled him Ki Panjer Roma II. This character is very meritorious for giving a land to Pangeran Bumidirja. The land which lies to the north of Kelokan Sungai Lukulo was then become a very famous ‘padepokan’ or hermitage.

However, the arrival of (Kyai ) Pangeran Bumidirja (to the land as well as his hermitage’s fame) has caused fear and prejudice, therefore, Pangeran Bumidirja left to the Lundong village, while Ki panjer Roma II with Tumenggung Wongsonegoro, the Panjer Gunung, also evaded from the pursuit of the Mataram.

As the result, Ki Kertowongso, the newly appointed Demang Panjer Gunung was forced to obey Mataram and was handed over the authority from the two previous Panjer rulers, as Ki Gede Panjer III, who later held the title Tumenggung Kolopaking I (for his service of giving aking coconut to Sunan Amangkurat I). It is from Version I story the conclusion that the birth of Kebumen started from the birth of Panjer on Juni 26, 1677.

Version II

The history of Kebumen Regency began from Tumenggung Arung Binang I who was named JAKA SANGKRIP when he was young, a Mataram descent who was raised by his uncle Demang Kutawinangun. After reaching maturity, he went to search for his father to the Mataram Kingdom Palace and after proving his lineage that truly comes from the royal bloodline of the King of Mataram then he was appointed Mantri Gladag, who then became the Regent of Nayaka and given the title Hanggawangsa. after taken into a son-in- law by Patih Surakarta, Kyai Hanggawangsa then appointed to become Tumenggung Arung Binang I to his third descendant. while the IV to VIII was officially inaugurated the Regent of Kebumen.

Version III

The origin of the name Kebumen comes from of a KYAI figures. PANGERAN BUMIDIRJA.

He is a clergy nobleman from Mataram, Sultan Agung Hanyokro Kusumo’s little brother. He is known as the king's adviser who dares to convey that what is right is right and what is wrong is wrong. Kyai P Bumidirja often warns the king when the king himself violates the boundaries of justice and truth.

He adheres to the principle so that the king is just and wise. He is also is very affectionate and loving to the his people, peasant, common people. Kyai P Bumidirja even dared to warn his niece, Sunan Amangkurat I when his niece has violated Kyai P Bumudirja’s sense justice and act ruthless and cruel to his own people. Even to compromise with the VOC (Dutch) and becoming hostile to nobles, clerics and people. His warning made Sunan Amangkurat I angry and planned to kill Kyai P Bumidirja, for impeding the qishos law against Kyai P Pekik and his family (Amangkurat I own father-in- law).

Faced with his niece’s wrath, Kyai P Bumidirja fled from the pursuit of Sunan Amangkurat I. In his run, he did not wear the name of nobility, but used only the name of Kyai Bumi. Kyai P Bumidirja got to Panjer and got the prize of land on the north side of the river Lukulo, in 1670. In that year also built padepokan / cottage / hermitage which became known as Ki earth or KiBumi-An, became KABUMEN or KEBUMEN.

Therefore, when the birth of Kebumen is taken from the aspect of the name, the Kyai Bumidirja version can be used and be remembered as the background of the event dated June 26, 1677.

Based on the historical evidence that Kebumen derived from the word Earth, the name of Kyai P Bumidirja, and the suffix that states the place. This means that Kabumen was originally the residence of P Bumidirjo.

In the course of Indonesia's history at the time of the Dutch East Indies government there has been ups and downs in the procurement and execution of state expenditure, the condition peaked in its climax around 1930. One manifestation of the tightening of the state budget is the simplification of governance with the merger of regency regions (regentschaap). Similarly, the Karanganyar Regency and Kebumen Regency has been merged into one district into just Kebumen regency. The decision letter on the merger of these two regions was recorded in the Dutch East Indies sheet of 1935 number 629. With the stipulation of the Decree, the previous decree dated 21 July 1929 number 253 article number 121 which contains the determination of the district of Kebumen is declared revoked or no longer valid. The new provisions have been approved by the Dutch East Indies Assembly and the People's Representative (Volksraad).

As a result of the stipulation of the Decree, the area of ​​Kebumen Regency is new: Kutowingun, Ambal, Karanganyar and Kebumen. Thus the Decree of Governor-General De Jonge Number 3 dated 31 December 1935 and came into force on 1 January 1936 and has not changed to this day.

Kebumen Regency has had Tumenggung / Duke / Regent already up to 29 times until now.

c. Population

The population of Kebumen Regency in 2014 is 1,180,890 people and then up to 1,184,880 inhabitants in 2015.

The number of male population in Kebumen Regency in 2015 is as many as 590,090 people and the number of female population is 594,790 inhabitants.

d. Employment

In the year 2014 Number of population aged 15 years and above (workforce age) in Kebumen Regency are as many as 646,434 people and in 2015, the number decreased to 616.089 inhabitants.

For the minimum wage applied in Kebumen Regency in 2015 is Rp. 1.157.500 and then increased in 2016 to Rp. 1.324.600.

e. Education

One of the factors supporting the success of development is the existence of qualified human resources. Through education, the government strives to produce and improve quality human resources. Improvement of human resources is now preferred by providing opportunities for the population to follow the broadest education, especially in the age group 7-24 years ie school age group.

In this chapter the data / information in the field of education shown originates from data obtained from the Department of Education, Youth and Sport of Kebumen Regency, the Office of the Ministry of Religious Affairs of Kebumen Regency, and the Higher Education Institution in Kebumen Regency.

One of the weaknesses of data obtained from agencies / educational institutions for the purposes of analysis is the problem of coverage.

What is meant by the students here is a child who attended the Education Institution in Kebumen District regardless the domicile of the student. So it is still possible that students from other districts attend school in Kebumen district or vice versa.

In the academic year 2010/2011 at the Pre School (kindergarten) level, the number of schools decreased by 18 units or decreased by 2.73%, the decrease was due to the lack of students in some places but in total districts the number of students increased by 1.61% from 20,402 in 2009 to 20,731 in 2010, while the number of teachers/mentors decreased by 3.99%.

At the elementary school (SD)level there was a decrease in the number of schools by 13 units (1.42%) from 918 units in the previous year to 905 units. This decline in primary school is the result of regrouping from several state primary schools.

The number of pupils decreased by 2.06% and the number of teachers increased by 0.83%. At the Junior High School (SMP) level. There is also a decrease in the number of schools by 0.99%, as well as the number of students decreased by 4.15% and teachers decreased by 2.33%.

For senior high school (SMA) level, the number of schools is still the same as in 2009 that is 105 units. While the number of students increased by 3.98% and the number of teachers increased by 2.78%.

The number of room rehabilitation and RKB during 2010-2013 amounts to 1,537 rooms consisting of 1,118 rooms in 251 SD, 200 rooms in 92 junior high schools, 219 rooms in 86 SMA / SMK.

Higher Education in Kebumen District

1. PGSD Kebumen District

Address: Jl. Kepodang Panjer Kebumen

2. AMIK PGRI Kebumen

Address: Jl. Kaswari No. 26 Kebumen

Tel. : 0287 386630

Website: www.amik-kebumen.ac.id

3. Dharma Patria Polytechnic

Address: Jl. General Ahmad Yani no. 1 Kebumen

Tel. : 0287 381116

email: info@politeknik-kebumen.ac.id, website: www.politeknik-kebumen.ac.id 4. STAINU Kebumen

Address: Jl. Student Army Number 55 B Kebumen

Tel: (0287) 385902

email: stainuke@stainukebumen.ac.id, website: http://stainukebumen.ac.id 5. STIE Putra Bangsa

Address: Jl. Ronggowarsito No. 18 Kebumne Stunt

Tel: Telephone (0287) 384011. Fax (0287) 386675

website: http://stieputrabangsa.ac.id

6. STIKES Muhammadiyah Gombong

Address: Jln Yos Sudarso 461 Gombong

Tel: 0287 472433

website: http://stikesmuhgombong.ac.id

KEBUMEN REGENCY’S FEATURED PRODUCTS

CROPS

1. Watermelon

Located in the area of ​​Urut Sewu Village in Mirit Sub-district, the available land area of ​​± 1.000 Ha for watermelon plantation, while the current capacity to manage the production is limited to ± 300 Ha on average per year, therefore, it is still an open opportunities to manage the other ± 700 Ha of land.

Average production capacity of 1 (one) year is 12 ton / Ha. Watermelons or semangka (Citrullus lanatus, family of Cucumber or Cucurbitaceae) are vines originating from the semi desert area of southern Africa. This plant is still related to melon (Cucumis melo) and cucumber (Cucumis sativus).

Watermelon is usually harvested to be eaten as fresh fruit or made into juice. The dried and roasted watermelon seeds’ content (cotyledon) can also be eaten as a delicacy, named quaci.

2. Peanut

Peanut plants spread throughout the Sub-districts in Kebumen, while the centre is in Puring, Petanahan, Ambal, Mirit, Buluspesantren and Klirong sub-district. Production capacity for peanuts is 9,129,986 tons / year, while local consumption absorb 4,009,519 tons / year, therefore, there is a production surplus of 5,120,467 tons / year. As a cultivated plant, peanuts are mainly harvested for their rich-in- protein-and- fat seeds. These seeds can be eaten raw, boiled (inside pods), fried, or roasted. In the United States, peanut seeds are processed into a kind of jam and it is a lucrative food industry. Peanut oil production accounted for about 10% of the world's cooking oil market in 2003 according to FAO. In addition to the harvested seeds or pods, peanuts are also harvested for forage (its leaves and stems) for fodder or a green manure.

PLANTATION

1. Coconut

Kebumen regency is the center of coconut commodity, both deres coconut (for coconut sugar) and vegetables coconut (for palm oil industry or coconut husk). There are total area for 916 Ha of deres coconut with a production of 10,305 tons/year or 28,625 kg/day. This plantation is spread in 11 subdistricts, where the development for deres coconut until 2005 was going to cover an area of ​​2,215 Ha with production of 29,916 tons/year. While, the total area for vegetable coconut is 32,393 Ha with production capacity 24,897 tons/year spread in 22 sub-districts.

2. Fisheries

Kebumen Regency has a 57.55 km long of coastline, stretching from Mirit sub-district to Ayah subdistrict, it has the potential for various types of fish and shrimp such as Lobster Prawn, Jerbung Prawn, White Bawal Fish, Tengiri, Tongkol, Kakap, Layur and others. According to research, the potency of sea fisheries in Kebumen regency is at least 264,133.18 tons/year, in comparison with the actual sea fisheries production in 2001 which amounted to 1,844.17 tons/year or only 0.60% of the potential. The featured product of Kebumen Regency’s marine fishery is Lobster Shrimp.

MINERALS

Based on research conducted by the Government as well as the Private sector, quantitatively, they have managed to detect fourteen (14) different kind of rocks/minerals and their location, as follows: 1. Group of Building Materials: Andesite, Dlabes, Basalt, Sirtu, Marble, Breksi, and Serpentinit Location: Buayan, Ayah, Sadang and Pejagoan sub-district

2. Ceramic Material Group: Kaolin and Clay, Location: Sadang, Kebumen, Pejagoan, Rowokele and Buayan sub-district

3. Industrial Minerals Group: Limestone, Phosphate, Bentonite, Asbestos and Semiaxial Stones Location: Buayan, Ayah, Rowokele, Sadang and Kranggayam sub-district

LIVESTOCK

1. Horse

Horse Farming in Kebumen Regency has similarities with the horse farm in Purworejo Regency, which is mostly to meet the needs of the traditional transportation and horse racing.

The horse population in Kebumen Regency reached 540 in 2003 and is expected to increase annually. The development of tourism sector in Kebumen Regency also supports the increasing demand of horses as horseback ride is one of the popular tourist attraction.

2. Beef Cattle

Similarly, beef demand is also increasing. Although the presence of beef cattle farms in Kebumen regency is not as big as beef cattle farms in the Boyolali Regency, it still very promising, especially to meet the needs of beef in the western part Central Jawa province. The population of beef cattle in Kebumen Regency in 2003 reached 30,016.

3. Dairy Cattle

The existence of dairy cattle in Kebumen District is intended to meet the needs of cow milk from the surrounding communities and regencies/cities.

The population of dairy cattle in Kebumen district in 2003 reached 24.

4. Buffalo

Buffalo population in Kebumen regency reaches 1,031. Buffalo is meant for tools to plow the fields and some for the consumption of meat.

5. Goat

The population of goats in 2003 reached 31,948. The demand for goat meat continues to increase especially during special event in Islamic calender. and of course will increase goat population in farms. Usually, this goat farm is a sideline business of the farmers in Kebumen Regency.

6. Sheep

Sheep breeding is also growing in Kebumen district.

This farm is intended to meet the needs of textile’s raw materials especially for the woll industry.

The sheep population until the year 2003 reached 27,991. The number of sheep with goats is almost identical, and both are expected to continue to grow.

7. Kampong Chicken or free range chicken

kampong-chicken breeding became one of the characteristics in the Kebumen community. Most of the citizens, whether in the city or in many villages, breed this chicken. The population is also quite large that is 1.422.519 in 2003. The large size of this chicken population is caused by the tradition of the population to raise kampong chickens themselves.

8. Quail

The food industry that continues to grow especially in tourism site as well as in big cities to make quail eggs needs also increased. Even those requests did not come only from Kebumen Regency but also from other regions outside Kebumen Regency.

The presence of quail farms became one of the suppliers and the fulfillment of these requests. The quail population itself in 2003 reached 8,458.

9. Rabbit

Similarly, the rabbit, which also provides a great influence on the provision of rabbit meat, especially for food typical to Kebumen regency, namely rabbit satay. The population of rabbits itself in 2003 reached 2,658.

3. Tourism Kebumen District

a. Ayah Beach

Logending Beach, 8 km south of Jatijajar Cave, or 53 km from the capital of Kebumen Regency, at the Ayah Village, in Ayah Sub-district, is a beach tourism that has a very charming natural beauty. From its condition, which lies between the southern sea and a teak forest area belonging to Perum Perhutani KPH ‘Kedu Selatan’ or South Kedu, is a combination or a fusion of beach and forest, which is a rare sight. It is only exist here in the city with the slogan “BERIMAN” in the entire Central Jawa Province.

The beach tourism site is quite vast, especially with the prohibition of establishing stalls in the central view. Visiors can now have a free view and unobstructed view, they can have more fun in enjoying the scenery without the less pleasant view. In addition, the beach is now quite roomy, visitors can also enjoy the beautiful river Bodo estuary, by taking part in a boat cruise tour provided by local fishermen with traditional boats or outboard boats, visitors can trace the Bodo river estuary which is a divider between Kebumen Regency and Cilacap Regency. A part from the tranquil Bodo river water, Visitor will also enjoy the view of the lush playau trees on the river banks, as well as the lush teak forests of Perhutani, that complete the beauty of the scenery.

b. Karangbolong Beach

Karangbolong Beach is a fairly wide sandy beach, bounded by hills composed by clastic sedimentary rocks from volcano. The gray-sized gray sand comes from the rock. The sweeping waves crashing against the hill walls resulted in enough energy to mingle, transport and re-settle the rock grains.

The high degree of weathering of this region accelerates the abrasion process.

Locally or only in some spot, the outcrop of lava breccia on the edge of the coast is eroded, resulting in a unique shape of rock abrasion. Pantai karangbolong has the potential to form a strong backflow, therefore, it is a dangerous area for swimming. One other activity that tourists can do is fishing, where some types of reef fish are quite abundant in this beach.

In this coastal area also the location Karangbolong Cave, situated in the east side where a long corridor is formed on the brittle lava layer. Karangbolong Cave is 30 m long, 10 m wide and about 5 m high. The breccias, known as the Gabon Formation, were as old as Oligo-Miocene or between 3015 million years ago, exposed along with sandstone and claystone inserts.

The formation of the Karangbolong Cave is influenced by the collapse occurring along the boundary between the breccia and the sandstone or the claystone. The collapsing hole will be even greater because the rock layers that hang on the roof of the hole always collapse due to its own weight. The process is also triggered by the existing crack, whose presence weakens the connectivity between rock components. The process of forming the cave can be well-observed at the eastern and southern ends of Goa Karangbolong, where on a small scale, rocks collapse occur along different layer of rock boundaries. Howver, since it is not a limestone cave, the Karangbolong cave is without any ornaments (such as talactites and stalagmites).

c. Petanahan Beach

Petanahan Beach is an annual tourist attraction. It is because most visitors who come to visit the the beach only come twice a year: during Idul Fitri and Idul Adha, or Qurban holiday. This tourist attraction does have its own uniqueness compared to other tourist attraction in Kebumen Regency.

It is its calm yet majestic atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy the waves and watch the carpet of this southern sea as if there is no limit. This alone feels satisfying, and after a long walk through the vast beach, watching the waves pounding the sea, visitors can watch it by lounging in the coastal mountains that are surrounded by mythical-looking pines and pandanus trees. Or by sitting, chatting, and joking with friends and loved ones or new friends who we have not met before, and just let the time flies and forget about all the problems we face. For some, the beach will remind us of the greatness of God who has created the earth and its contents, including the Petanahan sea that the visitors are witnessing with their family or loved ones.

Visitors are not only from outside Kebumen district, but also the people from around the location, namely the Petanahan Sub-district residents whom still take the time to come to the beach. The beach is located at the village of Karanggadung in Petanahan Sub-district

d. Suwuk Beach

Suwuk Beach is located in Tambakmulyo Village in Puring Subdistrict. To reach the location of the beach, there are many alternative paths that can be used. If visitor comes from the direction of Gombong then it takes about 45 minutes, but if coming from the direction of Kebumen then it takes about half 30 minutes to get to land and another 30 minutes to go to the Suwuk beach.

The tourist attraction in Suwuk Beach is basically no different from other beach tourism in Kebumen.

The scenery of the beautiful limestone mountains extends from north to south, and directly borders the mountains and Karangbolong Beach. To further pamper the eyes, it would be a good idea to ride a horseback to comb this beautiful Suwuk beach. When tired and satisfied from enjoying the beach, visitors then can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere with some typical food dish in the stalls along the beach. There is a selection of menu such as pecel and lontong, green coconut ice, and more, such as a deep fried jellyfish and various other types of rempeyek or “deepfried savoury Javanese cracker”

4. Licensing and Financing

Legal basis

  1. Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 96 Year 2012 Concerning the Implementation of Law Number 25 Year 2009 About Public Service
  2. Regulation of the President of the Republic of Indonesia Number 25 Year 2013 on Public Service Complaint Management
  3. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 25 Year 2007 on the Guidelines for Handling Public Complaints within the Ministry of Home Affairs and Local Government
  4. Regulation of the Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucracy Reform Number 35 Year 2012 About the Guidelines for Formulating Standard Operational Procedures
  5. Regulation of Kebumen Regent Number 128 Year 2013 About the Guidelines for Formulating Standard Operational Procedures.

1. Licensing Procedure

Permission application in Kebumen District may use a permit application letter submitted to the Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Kebumen Regency (Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu). In addition to using letters, Kebumen regency has also implemented an online system for licensing applications for business actors in Kebumen Regency.

The following is the existing permit application flow in Kebumen District Investment (???)

Investment Opportunity in Kebumen Regency

A. Jatijajar Cave Tourism Area

The ​​jatijajar cave tourist area is located in Ayah Sub-district, Kebumen. It has became a tourist destination since 1975. Inside the cave there is a Kamandaka Legend diorama, four springs, and an underground river.

Market analysis

The Jatijajar Cave tourism Area occupies an area of ​ ​about 9 Ha, with two different nature tourism which is is a deep cave tourism with its springs and underground river, and the other, is a panorama of natural hill forest. Facilities like stalls of food and souvenirs, parking area, toilet, and praying room are available.

Jatijajar Cave Tourism Area is a potential investment, with its revenues increasing every year. The development of the Cave Jatijajar Tourism Area offered with an area of ​​about 1.4 ha, is intended to build the game rides as one of the new attractions. The desired cooperation is Built Operation Transfer (BOT).

Financial Analysis

Investment Cost: Rp 4.613.100.000,00, -

NPV: Rp 24.461.287,00, -

IRR: 21.61%, -

Payback Period: 3 Years 10 Months, -

Benefit Cost Ratio: 3.13

B. Integrated Coconut Processing Industry

Background

Kebumen is the largest producer of coconut in Central Java. These coconut commodities are marketed to several cities in Central Java, West Java and East Java. Areas such as Puring, Petanahan, Ayah, Rowokele, Klirong, Buluspesantren and Prembun sub-districts have the advantage in the coconut commodity sector.

Many industrial products are produced from coconut processing, such as: cochocemical, cocofiber, coconut oil, desiocated coconut, nata de coco, activated charcoal, etc. Products that have fulfilled export market demand are dessicated coconut products, coconut charcoal, activated carbon, Brown Sugar, Cocofiber and Cocopeat.

Existing conditions

With a plant area of ​​about 33,418 Ha and a production in 2013 of about 32,224.6 tons. The production of a newly produced coconut is shaped coconut grains and copra, therefore, the value added commodity is very low. Export market demand for Dessicated Coconut reached 15,000 tons / year, export target for cocofiber of 600 thousand tons, and 22,500 tons for active carbon.

Project Scope

The investment offered is INTEGRATED COCONUT PROCESSING INDUSTRI. The form of cooperation offered is the plasma-core collaboration.

Financial Analysis

Investment Value of Integrated Coconut Processing Industry:

Investment Cost: Rp. 8.219.560.000,00,

NPV: Rp. 1.534.453.944,00, - IRR: 34.5%

Payback Period: 5 Years 5 months

Benefit Cost Ratio: 1.49

Contact Person

Krima Karmila, S.Sos, M.Eng

Head of Development and Investment Sub Division

Board of Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Kebumen Regency (Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu).

Jl. Veteran 136 Kebumen Tel / Fax: +62287 385925

Mobile: +6281325650544 / +628156882745

Email: bpmptkebumen@yahoo.com / krimakarmila@yahoo.com

C. Fish Processing Industry of Kebumen Regency

Background

Kebumen has a coastal line of ​​about 57.5 km. While rivers’ current flow into the sea to the east for most of the season, meaning at any time carrying filth, garbages, as well as microorganisms into the sea. This condition has an impact on the productivity of capture fisheries which is always increasing every year That is also why the sea around the beaches in Ayah Sub-district has a lot of fish, because of the all rivers that flows to sea. Although statistically there is a decrease in the number of fishermen, but the larger-capacity motorboats with more efficient technology would make the amount of fish catched from sea increased.

Project Scope

Fish processing industry, namely cold storage to preserve fish catches and fish-flour- making industry Location

Kebumen Regency

Financial Aspect

1. Cold Storage:

Estimated investment value: Rp 5.081.000.000

NPV: Rp 560,933,545,74

IRR: 37.16%

Payback period: 1 year 4 months

Benefit Cost Ratio: 1.18 1. Fish Meal: Estimated amount of investment: Rp 5.867.000.000 (assuming production capacity 208.000 kg/year)

NPV: Rp 574.775.765,00

IRR: 27.34%

Payback period: 3 years 5 months

Benefit Cost Ratio: 1.45

Resources Availability

• Fish catches production in 2013 reached 1,307.89 tons.

The potential of land fishery, with a total area of ​​2,094.37 ha, production level reached 787.23 tons.

The type of fish that is seeded is Gurame.

• Other carrying capacity is the number of fishermen, as many as 5721 people and the number of fishing vessels in the form of 30 GT 9 units, 5 GT 3 units, 3 GT 2 units and 1 GT (outboard motor boats) 923 units.

Supporting Infrastructure

There is Fish Landing Base (PPI) Logending and fish auction place (TPI) Contact Person

Krima Karmila, S.Sos, M.Eng

Head of Development and Investment Sub Division

Board of Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Kebumen Regency (Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu).

Jl. Veteran 136 Kebumen Tel / Fax: +62287 385925

Mobile: +6281325650544 / +628156882745

Email: bpmptkebumen@yahoo.com / krimakarmila@yahoo.com

D. Ongole Breed Beef Cattle Farm (Po) In Kebumen Regency

Background

Cattle Husbandry, in this case, in the breeding and fattening the PO Kebumen Cattle is a prospective investment opportunity. Kebumen regency is the centre of beef cattle products known as Peranakan Ongole Cattle (PO Cattle) Kebumen. The advantages of cattle PO Kebumen, based on the results of the research of BPTP, is that the weight of adult cattle could reach 600 Kg (the more common Bali Cattle weight 400 Kg max) and also easier to adapt to the food condition it consumed. Besides, the PO beef cattle’s meat does not quickly rot or change colour at room temperature condition. Based on data from the Agriculture and Livestock Service of Kebumen Regency, the number of PO cattle is 91,475 heads.

Project Scope

PO cattle husbandry, ranging from breeding to fattening, and the sale of live cattle as well as the utilization of cattle manure waste into fertilizer.

Location

Puring, Ambal, Buluspesantren, Klirong, Petanahan, Mirit, Klirong and Ayah sub-districts.

Financial Aspect

Estimated value of investment: Rp 1,587,900

Net Present Value (NPV): Rp 16.408.670,62 Internal Rate of Return (IRR): 14.39% Payback period: 3 years 10 months

Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR): 1.46

Contact Person

Krima Karmila, S.Sos, M.Eng

Head of Development and Investment Sub Division

Board of Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Kebumen Regency (Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu).

Jl. Veteran 136 Kebumen Tel / Fax: +62287 385925

Mobile: +6281325650544 / +628156882745

Email: bpmptkebumen@yahoo.com / krimakarmila@yahoo.com

Source:

  • http://Kebumenkab.go.id
  • http://bpmd.jatengprov.go.id

Geographical Location