Tegal Regency

Tegal regency is one of the regencies in Central Java Province which is capitalized in Slawi.  It is located about 16 km south of Tegal.

 

HISTORY

Tegal regency is a region which is rich in traces of historical heritage as a marker that Tegal Regency as a territory region that cannot be separated from the linkage of historical lines to form the region as it is today. The focus on agriculture is due to the condition of the region and the historical roots of Tegal Regency region that develops its capacity as an agrarian area. The agrarian tradition begins from the notable figure of Ki Gede Sebayu Demur of Pajang. As a matter of fact, it has begun since the era of Ancient Mataram.

 

This is reinforced by the discovery of ancient artifacts and temples in Pedagangan. In addition, the region of Tegal is often associated with Pajang Empire and Mataram Islam (Mataram Sultanate) which the dominant power is on the basis of agrarian (De Graaf, 1986).

 

Tegal derives from Tetegal, a fertile soil capable of producing agricultural crops (Depdikbud Kabupaten Tegal, 1984). Another source states Tegal is believed to come from the word Teteguall. The name was given by a trader from Portuguese, Tome Pires, who stopped at the Port of Tegal in the 1500s (Suputro, 1955).

 

But the history of Tegal Regency cannot be separated from the notable figure of Ki Gede Sebayu. His name is associated with Majapahit breed, because the father, Ki Gede Tepus Rumput (later named Prince Onje), was a descendant of Batara Katong Adipati Ponorogo who related with the descendants of the Majapahit dynasty (Sugeng Priyadi, 2002).

 

GEOGRAPHY

 

Tegal Regency is geographically located at coordinates 108o57'6 "-109o21'30" BT and 6o50'41 "- 7o15'30" LS. The length of the coastline is 30 km and the length of the land border with another area is 27 Km. Tegal Regency consists of land area of ​​878.7 KM2 and sea area of ​​121.50 km2. The land territory has a varied slope, ranging from flat to very steep. Slope of flat / coastal (0-20) land area of ​​24,547.52 ha (Kramat, Suradadi and Warureja sub-districts),  corrugated/ plain type (2-150) land area of 35,847.22 ha (Adiwerna Subdistrict, Dukuhturi, Talang, Tarub, Pagerbarang , Dukuhwaru, Slawi, Lebaksiu, parts of Suradadi, Warureja, Kedungbanteng and Pangkah), steep / hilly type (15-400) of 20,383.84 ha and very steep / mountain (> 400) of 7,099.97 ha (Subdistrict of Jatinegara, Margasari, Balapulang, Bumijawa, Bojong, some parts of Pangkah and Kedungbanteng). The plains conditions include forest areas, rice and ample fields. Efforts to preserve the environment on forest land as a buffer zone over the last 5 (five) years shows a decrease of forest land area. As noted in 2010, the forest area in Tegal regency of 21,070.20 ha and in 2014 decreased to 20,889.34 ha. In the vast subsector land of rice fields (irrigated rice fields, rainfed / non-irrigated rice fields, tidal rice fields and other rice fields / polder, seepage etc.), or about 40.00% of the total land area, each year tends to decrease (except 2013), the details are as follows: it was recorded 40,288,00 ha in 2010 and in 2011 it decreased to 40,234 ha in 2012 it decreased more to 40,172.90 Ha. Furthermore, in the year 2013, it decreased to 40,173.00 ha and became 39,854 Ha in 2014.

 

In the dry land sub-sector such as swamps, fields / fields, plantations, other businesses (planted yard etc) and which have not / not cultivated, in 2010 as wide as 13,386 ha, but in 2014 it decreased to ​​11,281 ha. Non-agricultural land areas such as residential land and settlements in 2010 were 13,363.49 ha or about 10.00% of the total land area. The condition has declined in subsequent years, rising in the following year. In 2011 the area of ​​residential and settlement land became 13,375.71 ha. In 2012 to 13,379.50 ha, and in 2013 to 13,386.61 ha, while in 2014 to 13,415.51 ha. For the industrial area from 2010-2014 is 838.75 ha or about 9.52% of the total land area.

 

The climate conditions of Tegal regency can be informed that, in 2014 the air temperature ranges from 26.60 - 27.6 ° C, with an average air humidity of 74-96%. The highest rainfall occurred in 2011, reaching 308 mm / yr, while the lowest rainfall in 2014 was 152.80 mm / yr.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS

Tegal Regency is divided into 18 sub districts, they are as follows:

· Adiwerna

· Balapulang

· Bojong

· Bumijawa

· Dukuhturi

· Dukuhwaru

· Jatinegara

· Kedungbanteng

· Kramat

· Lebaksiu

· Margasari

· Pagerbarang

· Step

· Slawi

· Suradadi

· Gutters

· Tarub

· Warureja

 

POPULATION

The population of Tegal Regency in 2014 was as many as 1,420,110 inhabitants and in 2015 became 1,424,890 inhabitants. Of the total population of 2015, the number of male population was 708. 300 and the number of female population were 716,590 inhabitants. For the rate of population growth in Tegal regency in 2014-2015 was 0.07 percent. The number of sex ratios between men and women is 0.99 with a population density of 1,620 per km2.

Source: Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), Central Java in Figures 2016

 

MANPOWER AFFAIRS

The number of labor force in Tegal Regency in 2015 was 629,471 inhabitants. Of the population, the working class as many as 569,566 inhabitants and unemployment as many as 59,905 inhabitants. While the number on non-labor force in Tegal regency as many as 403,915 people. For District Minimum Wage in Tegal Regency was Rp. 1.155.000,00 and in 2016 increased to Rp. 1.373.000,00.

Source: Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), Central Java in Figures 2016

 

 

EDUCATION

The impact of the integration of elementary school (SD) in Tegal Regency within 5 years, we can see in the number of elementary school / Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (Islamic Primary School). As recorded in 2011, the number of SD / MI is 913 schools (164 MI and 749 SD), and in 2015 it decreased to 892 schools (167 MI and 725 SD). Meanwhile, the number of SMP / MTs (Islamis Junior High School) increased from 2011 to 2012, from 161 to 163 schools. In 2013, 2014 and 2015 the number continues to grow to 163, 164 and 165 schools of SMP / MTs. At the level of SMA (High School) / MA (Islamic High School) / SMK (Vocational High School), in the last five years the number has increased, from 101schools in 2011 to 100 schools in 2012. The year 2013 increased to 101 schools, 2014 to 103 schools, and 2014 to 102 schools. The number of SMA / SMK / MA from year to year is relatively fixed. Especially for Vocational High School (SMK), it increases in line with government policies that encourage the growth and development of entrepreneurship education. As noted, the number of SMK in Tegal regency from 2011-2013 as many as 61 schools, in 2014 to 63 schools, and in 2015 decreased slightly to 62 schools.

 

EXCELLENCE 

 

Achievement and Potential

 

a. Agriculture Sector

Tegal Regency is an agricultural area. Out of 878.79 square km total area of Tegal, 45.84% is rice fields. The number of Tegal residents who depend on livelihoods from agriculture amounts is almost 33%. In addition, the economic section of Tegal received support of 14.12% ADHB (Current Prices) or 16.43% ADHK (Constant Prices) with growth in this sector reaching 10.02% ADHB or 2.46% ADHK (Central Bureau Statistics of Tegal Regency). Tegal Regency was once known as one of the rice self-sufficiency areas and became the central rice barn of Central Java Province. In addition, Tegal Regency was also known as a garlic producing area.

 

b. Tourism Potential

Tourism Objects in Tegal Regency are:

 

1. Agro-tourism of Antique Locomotive 

The interesting thing about the operation of PG Pangka is that the sugarcane transportation still uses the railway. The steam and diesel ancient locomotive was built more than 150 years ago, around 1915. In his era, the use of railway and steam locomotive construction was a technologically advanced engineering. The operation of ancient locomotives up to the present time attracts the interest of foreign tourists who generally come from Europe to visit PG Pangka.

 

2. Guci

It is located at the foot of Mount Slamet North, with a height of about 1,500 meters from sea water. It has a cool air with 20 degrees Celsius temperature. Guci is considered as an administrative area of ​​Bumijawa Subdistrict, it is located about 30 km from the city center (Slawi Subdistrict).

 

3. Purwahamba Indah Beach (Pur’In Beach)

The flourish of the palm trees makes the beach calm and shady. The beauty will increase as the eyes view on the blue sea with clear and calm wave. Coastal coast can also be enjoyed from the middle of the sea. Such a beautiful atmosphere is reflected in the natural attraction of Purwahamba Beach Beautiful (Pur’In) in Tegal regency. Pur’In Beach is considered as an administrative area of Suradadi Subdistrict.

 

4. Cacaban Reservoir

The cacaban reservoir was initiated since 1914 and the detailed planning was made in 1930 by the Dutch colonial government. The physical construction began in 1952 where the first stone laying was done by the President of the Republic of Indonesia Ir. Soekarno on September 16, 1952, and completed its construction in 1958. This reservoir was officially inaugurated by Mr. Sartono, the first Speaker of the Indonesian House of Representatives, on May 19, 1958. Since then the Cacaban reservoir was officially operationalized up to the present.

 

5. Kalibakung Tourism Object

The tourism object of the Dutch era is just as wonderful as Guci that has cool atmosphere and beautiful natural panorama. Kalibakung Tourism Object that once had a history as the first place of Navy education has some attraction objects, such as swimming pool with clear water, guest houses, the Navy Monument, and children's playground. Therefore, these attraction objects not only can be a refreshing place, a fatigue relieving but also suitable as a recreational and educational location for children and family.

Kalibakung is located in the District of Balapulang or about 20 kilometers to the south of Slawi. This tourist attraction can be reached by using either a motorcycle or a car.

 

c. Industry Potential

Small and Medium Industry (IKM) of Tegal Regency has the potential to be developed into an automotive component industry related to the fulfillment of the needs of motor and automobile industries such as Honda, Yamaha, Viar and others. Automotive component products are strategic products as they are raw materials for downstream industries (motor and car industries).

 

The automotive component industry in Tegal Regency is encouraged to follow the growth of national automotive sector. All this time, this automotive component industry just produces accessories products that have low value. In the future, automotive component industry will continue to be developed by making the core components of motor vehicles, so the value increases significantly.

 

The growth of the metal industry in Tegal Regency began in the Dutch colonial period. It started from the founding of the NV West Metal Factory (now PT.Barata) and NV Nrunger (PT.Dwika - now closed), around 1918. The factory was built to sustain the needs of equipment and spare parts of sugar, shipping, rail and textile factories.

 

The industry began to change direction in 1940 with aimed to meet the needs of war equipment for the Japanese army. But the forced labor culture of the Japanese army is not entirely bad for the workers. Instead they got skills, learned to be discipline and accurate. Armed with skills they had, many workers resigned from the metal factory and set up a simple workshop in accordance with their respective expertise. The simple workshop was spread in Tembok Luwung village, Lemah Duwur, Talang, Kajen, Kebasen and Adiwerna and now known as the metal industry center in Tegal Regency.

 

In 1982, the metal industry of Tegal Regency experienced its heyday by producing products for the needs of housing, agriculture, transportation, health, hand water pump and sprayer. At the same time, the Small Industry Environment (LIK) Talang Cempaka Baru (Takaru) was inaugurated. Takaru's term is taken from Talang, a village name in Tegal regency, and Cempaka village in Tegal city which has the potential of a small to medium-sized metal industry.

 

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

 

1. Guci

Guci is located at the foot of Mount Slamet North, with a height of about 1,500 meters from sea water. It has a cool air with a 20 degrees Celsius temperature. Guci is considered as an administrative area of ​​Bumijawa Subdistrict, it is located about 30 km from the city center (Slawi Subdistrict). The public facilities at Guci are as follows:

a. Outdoor hot water baths:

· Shower 13

· Shower 7

· Shower 5

· Swimming Pool (Duta Wisata, Barokah, Mega Indah)

a. Indoor Hot Water Baths:

· There are 20 rooms

b. Nature tourism:

· Out bound

· Wanna tours

· Bukit Perkasa Hiking

c. Horse tours:

· There are 43 trained horse tours at OW Guci

d. Souvenir stalls:

· Souvenir production is provided by home industry at Guci Village.

e. Agro Tours

There are various plants in Guci, they are:

· Strawberry Garden

· Carrot garden

· Cabbage Garden

f. Waterfall Spots:

· Jedor waterfall

· Sruwit waterfall

· Sigedong waterfall

· Pengantaian waterfall

· Kembar (Twin) waterfall

· Awu waterfall

· Capit Urang waterfall

g. Wellsprings:

· Vagina wellsprings

· Sengang wellsprings

· Konyal wellsprings

· Kesepuhan wellsprings

· Pengasihan wellsprings

· Teyeng wellsprings

 

2. Purwahamba Indah Beach (Pur’In Beach)

The flourish of the palm trees makes the beach calm and shady. The beauty will increase as the eyes view on the blue sea with clear and calm wave. Coastal coast can also be enjoyed from the middle of the sea. Such a beautiful atmosphere is reflected in the natural attraction of Purwahamba Beach Beautiful (Pur’In) in Tegal regency. Pur’In Beach is considered as an administrative area of Suradadi Subdistrict. Public facilities at Beach Pur are as follows:

· International Swimming Pool

· Water boom

· Water Bike

· Mini Train

· Mini Zoo

· Ria Park

· Dock

· Gazebo

· Shelters

· Meeting room

· Cafe

 

3. Agro-tourism of Antique Locomotive 

This agro is located on Jalan Raya Pangkah, Tegal Regency. PG Pangka was established in the Dutch era with its owner "NV-MIJTOT EXPLOITATIE DERT SUPERER FABRIEKEN" managed by NV-KOZY and SUCIER based in Surakarta. Since 1832, the company was already in production and in 1851 the company was refined. In accordance with Law No. 86/1958 and Government Regulation No. 19/1959 this company was taken over from ex-Dutch plantation. With the nationalization, the company changed its status to the (New) Center for Government Estates. As regulated in Government Regulation No. 24/1958 and Ministerial Decree No. 229 / UM / 57 on December 10, 1957. In Central Java, New Center for Gvt. Estates managed two Sugar Factories and PSA including PG Pangka. Based on Government Regulation No. 141/1961, then changed to Center for Government Estates Central Java Unity II, PG PANGKA included.

 

The interesting thing about the operationalization of PG Pangka is that the sugarcane transportation still uses the railway. The steam and diesel ancient locomotive was built more than 150 years ago, around 1915. In his era, the use of railway and steam locomotive construction was a technologically advanced engineering. The operation of ancient locomotives up to the present time attracts the interest of foreign tourists who generally come from Europe to visit PG Pangka. Besides attracted to old locomotives which still work well, they are also amazed at the sugar processing that still uses the technology of 1800s era, something rare for today's European companies. By visiting PG Pangka is a real process of learning history, not only by reading the books or watching the documentary movies. The tourists even ride the steam locomotive for more than once, they feel proud to still be able to use the work of their grandparents’.

 

As their confessions, the grandchildren of the founders and managers of the Dutch colonial era also visited a lot, they were glad to be nostalgic where their parents and grandparents had lived, visited factories and took a walk in sugar cane plantations, imagining how their grandfathers used to work.

 

This phenomenon can be developed to be an exclusive tour, when people generally visit the museum just to look at the historical goods, then they can come to see PG Pangka as a part of history of everlasting human civilization. From the initiative of Laksono Hujianto’s, then an idea of a tourist object came up in the jingle of "Loco Antik". It is a rare tour package as a medium of education and recreation. This Antique Loco is a representative icon of loco made in 1927. Pulled by an old locomotive, it is used in a recreational tour to see the sugar cane plantations view with a distance of ± 10 Km. The capacity of antique loko consists of 3 train cars with a capacity of 75 for adults, while it can carry up to 100 children. The facilities of Loko's tour are as follows: There are two paths offered:

1. Through Northwest route, crossing the village and sugar cane plantations;

2. Through Northeast Line, crossing the sugar cane plantation while enjoying the beauty of the Cacaban Reservoir Mountains

The activites of Antiques loco tour:

1. A closer look at the sugar processing process from sugarcane.

2. Descriptive presentation of the history of PG Pangka and standard procedures for planting sugarcane;

3. Exclusive events that awaited by visitors, even by foreign tourists, it is a ritual called  "Temanten Tebu (Sugarcane Bridal)". The event is held only once a year, precisely at the milling ceremony party (April-May). A ritual that expresses gratitude to God as the possessor of nature. Sugarcane bridal symbol was taken from the sugar cane owned by farmers and PG Pangka. A symbol of unity between farmers and PG on the occasion of the harvest and milling.

 

4. Cacaban Reservoir

The cacaban reservoir was initiated since 1914 and the detailed planning was made in 1930 by the Dutch colonial government. The physical construction began in 1952 where the first stone laying was done by the President of the Republic of Indonesia Ir. Soekarno on September 16, 1952, and completed its construction in 1958. This reservoir was officially inaugurated by Mr. Sartono, the first Speaker of the Indonesian House of Representatives, on May 19, 1958. Since then the Cacaban reservoir was officially operationalized up to the present.

 

During the operation, there have been many activities carried out in order to maintain the function of the reservoir, both maintenance and development. Cacaban reservoirs not only have the primary function as a source of water for irrigation but also become the tourism potential that can be developed as a water tourism and nature tourism. Cacaban reservoir is one of the assets of the Government of Tegal Regency as a tourist attraction of several other attractions. Some activities can be done at Cacaban Reservoir at this present are only see the reservoir water and have the signature food of Cacaban reservoir which is freshwater fish taken from the reservoir as well as a fishing destination of some of the surrounding area. Geographically, Cacaban reservoir is located in three sub districts; they are the sub district of Kedungbanteng covers most of the village Penujah, Karanganyar, Tonggara and Karangmalang, Jatinegara Subdistric covers most of the village of Jatinegara, Dukuhbangsa, Lebakwangi, Capar, Padasari and Wotgalih and Pangkah Subdistric covers most of the village Dermasuci.

The facilities of public tourism include:

· Campground

· Children's Playground

· Entertainment

· Mbah Santi Hill

· Boat Tour.

· Warung Apung (Floating Foodstall)

· Budget Hotel.

· Restaurant.

 

LICENSING AND FINANCING

For more information on capital investment in Kab. Tegal please contact:

INTEGRATED LICENSING SERVICE AGENCY (BP2T) OF TEGAL REGENCY

Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 5 Slawi

Tel. (0283) 491301

OFFICE OF CAPITAL INVESTMENT OF TEGAL REGENCY

Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 5 Slawi (Behind BP2T Office)

The mechanisms for licensing in BP2T are as follows:

 

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

 

Industrial Metal Material in Tegal Regency

a. Background

Tegal regency is known as "the Indonesian Japanese" as they are able to make (imitated) products from other regions / countries made of metal. The ability of the people of Tegal regency has been obtained since the Japanese Empire Era, good at making weapons, rail components, and agricultural tools. This skill is inherited from generation to generation up to the present. As an agricultural country, Indonesia needs Agricultural Machinery Equipment and Appropriate Technology Tool. The movement of increasing transportation flow also requires the support of modes of transportation (automotive) and its components. In order to realize the 35,000 MW mega project, support tools / electrical components are also needed.

 

b. Project Scope

· Agricultural machinery tool industry

· Appropriate appliance technology industry

· Automotive and automotive components industry

· Car body industry

· Heavy vehicles (excavators, etc.) industry

· Electrical tools/ components industry

· Medical equipment industry

 

c. Location

Kramat, Suradadi, and Warureja sub-districts with a total area of ​​± 50 Ha.

The land is owned by the community with an estimated land price of ± Rp 600.000 / m2

 

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated investment value: Rp. 100 Billion

 

e. Resources Availability

Raw materials are easily available from local Tegal regency and surrounding areas to Jakarta Many skilled labor are graduated from Vocational High School (Tegal has the highest vocational school in Central Java Province) with Minimum Wage of Rp. 1,377,000

 

f. Supporting Infrastructure

· Concrete road at the side road of the National Road of the North Coast Road (Jalan Pantura)

· Close to the planned access of Jakarta-Surabaya Toll Road / Trans Java Toll Road

· National Street lighting

· A clean water network is available

· Near to double tracks of railway, airport and harbor

 

g. Contact Person

Drs. Bambang Setiono, M.M.

Head of Investment Office of Tegal Regency

Address : Jl. Gatot Subroto No.5 Slawi – Kab. Tegal

Tel : +62283 6198535 / Fax: +62283 6198535

Mobile : +6281542160617

Email : kpmslw@gmail.com / penanamanmodal@tegalkab.go.id /                setiono120160@gmail.com

                       Http://kpm.tegalkab.go.id

 

 

Shipyard and Ship Components Industry in Tegal Regency

a.  Background

With the implementation of Cabotage Principle and National Program of Maritime Shaft, it becomes the supporting factor for the growth of shipyard industry in Tegal regency. This is also supported by the strategic location of Tegal regency on the north Coast of Java Island. In addition, the ship component industry is the core competency of Tegal Regency industry according to Regulation of the Minister of Industry No.135 / 2011. Currently there are about 20 Small and Medium Industries (IKM) ship components in Tegal Regency that supply the needs of shipyard industry in Java and Outer Islands (Batam, Sulawesi, and Kalimantan). By these factors, the industry is very potential to be developed by investors.

 

b. Project Scope

· The maintenance, repair, and manufacture of new vessels, whether iron / steel / fiber or wooden vessels

· Manufacture of new ship components from foundry and machining, as well as repair (repair) of damaged ship components

 

c. Location

Kramat, Suradadi, Warureja, and Talang sub-districts with a total area of ​​± 30 Ha. The land is owned by the community with an estimated land price of ± Rp 600.000 / m2

 

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated value of investment: Rp. 15 Billion

 

e. Resources Availability

· Raw materials are easily obtained from local Tegal District.

· Many available skilled labor are graduated from Vocational High School (Tegal Regency has the highest SMK in Central Java Province) with MW of Rp1,377,000

 

f. Supporting Infrastructure

· Concrete road at the side road of the National Road of the North Coast Road (Jalan Pantura)

· Close to the planned access of Jakarta-Surabaya Toll Road / Trans Java Toll Road

· National Street lighting

· A clean water network is available

· Near to double tracks of railway, airport and harbor

 

g. Contact Person

Drs. Bambang Setiono, M.M.

Head of Investment Office of Tegal Regency

Address : Jl. Gatot Subroto No.5 Slawi – Kab. Tegal

Tel : +62283 6198535 / Fax: +62283 6198535

Mobile : +6281542160617

Email : kpmslw@gmail.com / penanamanmodal@tegalkab.go.id /       

  setiono120160@gmail.com

  Http://kpm.tegalkab.go.id

 

Garbage power plant

a. Background

In the final disposal site (TPA) Penujah, District Kedungbanteng, Kab. Tegal recorded 237 tons of garbage coming every day from Temporary Disposal Sites (TPS) spread over 18 districts including markets and residential areas. Trash produced every day if not managed properly will cause problems.

However, if it is managed well, it can be useful to be New Renewable Energy.

 

b. Project Scope

Investors can build a garbage power plant in the Penujah TPA landfill owned by the district government or build on community owned land in Warureja Sub-district. Of the 200 tons of waste per day that accumulate can be converted to produce 12 MW of electricity. Later, the electricity generated will be sold to PT. PLN through the mechanism of PPA (Power Purchasing Agreement).

 

c. Location

TPA Penujah, Kedungbanteng sub district owned by regency government of Tegal Warureja Sub-district with wide of ± 5 Ha and land owned by society with estimated price ± Rp 500.000

 

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated investment value: US $ 18 Million

 

e. Investment Scheme

Public and Private Partnership with BOT (Build, Operate and Transfer) scheme

 

f. Contact Person

Drs. Bambang Setiono, M.M.

Head of Investment Office of Tegal Regency

Address : Jl. Gatot Subroto No.5 Slawi – Kab. Tegal

Tel : +62283 6198535 / Fax: +62283 6198535

Mobile : +6281542160617

Email : kpmslw@gmail.com / penanamanmodal@tegalkab.go.id /   setiono120160@gmail.com

Http://kpm.tegalkab.go.id

 

Fisheries in Tegal Regency

a. Background

In Tegal Regency, there are many wellsprings that can be utilized for land fishery business. This is very promising as supported by the market. The current condition is only a small scale fishery / joint venture business (KUB).

 

b. Project Scope

Large scale terrestrial fishery and fish fillet industry from the aquaculture.

 

c. Location

Kecamatan Lebaksiu with available land area ± 5 Ha. The land is owned by the community with an estimated land price of ± Rp 500,000 / m2.

 

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated investment value: Rp 5 Billion

 

e. Resources Availability

· Available Fish Hatchery Hall

· The source of fish livestock feed is easy to obtain

· Source of clean water is abundant

· Available skilled labor are graduated from Vocational High School of Fisheries with MW of Rp1,377,000

 

f. Supporting Infrastructure

· Asphalt road at the side road of the provincial Road segment

· Street lighting

· A clean water network is available

· Near to the double track railway, port, and the Jakarta-Surabaya Toll Road (Trans Java Toll Road)

 

g. Contact Person

Drs. Bambang Setiono, M.M.

Head of Investment Office of Tegal Regency

Address : Jl. Gatot Subroto No.5 Slawi – Kab. Tegal

Tel : +62283 6198535 / Fax: +62283 6198535

Mobile : +6281542160617

Email : kpmslw@gmail.com / penanamanmodal@tegalkab.go.id /  setiono120160@gmail.com

Http://kpm.tegalkab.go.id

 

Integrated Duck Farm

a. Background

Tegal is one of the main suppliers of duck eggs to the surrounding area, but the market demands cannot be fulfilled due to limited production capacity. Diversification of duck livestock products gives more value.

 

b. Project Scope

Duck farming using intensification and extensification patterns

 

c. Location

Pesurungan Lor, Margadana Sub-district

 

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated Value of Investment : Rp. 2,070,375,399

Payback Period : 4 years 1 month

 

e. Supporting Infrastructure

· Adequate road access

 

f. Contact Person

Bajari, SE

Head of Board of Integrated Licensing Service of Tegal City (BPPT of Tegal City)

Address : Jl. Ki Gede Sebayu No. 3 Kota Tegal 52123

Tel / Fax : +62283 356101

Mobile : +628112970114

Email : simoss-bp2t.tegalkota.go.id / bajari.2805@gmail.com

Website : bp2t@tegalkota.go.id

 

Cattle farm

a. Background

The potential of Tegal Regency in the field of agriculture (livestock) is quite large. This is supported by the surplus of rice plant in Tegal regency. The remaining processed rice and other food crops plus the remaining processed fishery products can be utilized as animal feed for cattle. Currently there are large scale farms, such as: PT. Charoen Pokphan, PT. New Hope Farm, PT. B & K Invest, PT. Cemara Sewu.

 

b. Project Scope

Cattle farms (ranging from breeding to fattening) to large-scale integrated with the processing industry.

 

c. Location

Dukuh Tengah Village Margasari Subdistrict (80 Ha), North Prupuk Village Margasari Subdistrict (75 Ha), and Bogares Kidul Village Pangkah Subdistrict (6 Ha). The land is owned by the community with an estimated land price of ± Rp. 150.000 – 200.000 / m2.

 

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated value of investment:

Dukuh Tengah Village Margasari Subdistrict (Rp. 175 Billion), North Prupuk Village Margasari Subdistrict (Rp. 225 Billion), Bogares Kidul Village Pangkah Subdistrict (Rp. 15 Billion).

 

e. Resources Availability

· The source of animal feed is easy to obtain because the land in Tegal is fertile and the source of clean water is abundant

· Available skilled labors are graduated from Vocational High School of Agriculture with MW of Rp. 1,377,000.

 

f. Supporting Infrastructure

· Asphalt road at the side road of the provincial Road segment

· Street lighting

· A clean water network is available

· Near to the double track of railway, port, and the Jakarta-Surabaya Toll Road (Trans Java Toll Road)

· Bumiayu animal market

 

g. Contact Person

Drs. Bambang Setiono, M.M.

Head of Investment Office of Tegal Regency

Address : Jl. Gatot Subroto No.5 Slawi – Kab. Tegal

Tel : +62283 6198535 / Fax: +62283 6198535

Mobile : +6281542160617

Email : kpmslw@gmail.com / penanamanmodal@tegalkab.go.id / setiono120160@gmail.com

Http://kpm.tegalkab.go.id

Source :

http://www.tegalkab.go.id/pariwisata.php?id=2
https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabupaten_Tegal
http://bpmd.jatengprov.go.id/peluang-investasi
http://kpm.tegalkab.go.id/potensi-kabupaten- tegal/ http://kpm.tegalkab.go.id/pelayanan-investasi/

Geographical Location