Present as resource person at the event Drs. Yudia Ramli, M.Si as the Head of Sub-Directorate of Public Service of the Ministry of Home Affairs, by bringing the material entitled “PTSP Prima in Supporting OSS (Online Single Submission)”. Yudia said, the role of PTSP was stated in Permendagri No. 138 of 2017 concerning the Implementation of Regional PTSP. In addition, the role of PTSP in the Implementation of OSS since the issuance of PP No. 24 of 2018 is needed in assisting applicants who wish to register on the OSS page until they get NIB, supervision of the commitment of the applicant in the Business License and Commercial / Operational Permit, and coordinating with the team technical.
This forum took place very well, as seen from the enthusiasm of the participants in asking questions to resource persons regarding the delegation of authority which had not been all submitted from the technical service to DPMPTSP Kab / Kota, the nomenclature of licensing, implementation of OSS systems in the regions, Technical Guidelines related to Permendagri No. 138 of 2017 and others.
The event was followed by the Selection of PTSP Communication Forum Management Period 2018 – 2021 by proposing 5 (five) chairman candidates who were directly elected by the forum participants. Based on the results of this vote, Abdul Karim was appointed as the Head of DPMPTSP Kab. Gayo Lues as Chairperson, Mawardi as Head of DPMPTSP Kab. Aceh Barat as Deputy Chairperson, Abdul Qayyum as Head of Langsa City DPMPTSP as Secretary, and Ridwansyah as Head of South Aceh DPMPTSP as Treasurer. The composition of this board has been agreed by all forum participants as outlined in the minutes that will be signed by the Head of the Aceh DPMPTSP. (EKA / 08)
The highlight of the Aceh Tourism Business Matching and Famtrip activities held at the Hermes Palace Hotel in Banda Aceh was opened directly by the Deputy Chairperson of the Aceh Tourism Business Matching Section and Famtrip, Acting. The Head of the Aceh Tourism and Culture Office, Amiruddin Tjoet Hasan, represented the Head of the Aceh DPMPTSP as Section Chair, where in his remarks the Aceh Government was very enthusiastic to bring Aceh into a superior cultural destination. Aceh itself is well known, visited, and feels unique by travelers from various backgrounds of world culture. As is known, Aceh has won various awards for National Halal Tourism competition in 2016, namely as the Best Muslim Tourist Friendly Culture destination, Sultan Iskandar Muda Airport as the Best Muslim Tourist Friendly Airport, and Baiturrahman Great Mosque Banda Aceh as the Best Tourist Attraction. In addition, Aceh also received an award at the Halal Tourism Award in 2016, namely Aceh as the World ‘s Halal Cultural Destination and the Best Airport for Halal Travelers.
For this reason, the Government of Aceh continues to develop tourism in a serious and planned manner as set out in the National Tourism Development Master Plan (RIPPN) and detailed in the Regional Tourism Development Master Plan (RIPDA). In line with this, several regions have been prepared to become tourist destinations in Aceh, namely the City of Banda Aceh, the City of Sabang, the District of Aceh Besar, Singkil Regency, the Gayo Plateau, Simeulue District, and other Regencies that have tourism potential. The Government of Aceh offers investment in the development of Wista support facilities, such as hotels, resorts, restaurants and others, especially in the Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Area whose land is clear and clean, with fast licensing and incentives that benefit the business world. Tourism development is inseparable from the role of tourism sector businessmen such as travel agents, tour planners, event organizers, MICE service providers, as well as other business people so that the existence of Tourism Business Matching and Famtrip events is a very selective event for all parties, sellers and buyers to find potential business partners. The Aceh government expects this event and Famtrip activities to expand the business network of tourism sector businesses with market share, business partners, and new destinations so that Aceh’s culture remains sustainable, but can also provide multiplyer effects for the economic movement of the Acehnese people. (EK)
Nova Iriansyah said, the topics discussed at the meeting were very relevant to the Aceh government program that implemented the concept of environmentally sustainable development (Aceh Green).
“We also certainly really hope, the concept of development
Aceh Green based can be continued with the development of green cities (Green City) in a number of regions, so that the Aceh Green vision carried out at the provincial level is strengthened by the presence of cities greendi in urban areas, “said Nova Iriansyah.
Aceh Green is one of Aceh’s development visions. Therefore, Nova said, he realized how important it was to preserve nature to be balanced with the pace of development that was going on.
“The Aceh Green Vision is basically not only aimed at maintaining Aceh’s natural balance, but also to support the spirit in addressing climate change which is an international issue at this time,” said Nova.
The issue of climate change is important to be discussed as part of the early anticipation of environmental damage. Therefore, the IMT-GT meeting is important to discuss the concept of development with a green vision to overcome the extreme events of climate change.
In the Governour’s Climate and Forest meeting which took place in Bali, Denmark, America and Paris, in 2009 to 2015, a number of developed countries proposed that developing countries that still have extensive forest cover to implement the spirit of green vision in its development concept.
Indonesia is one that is expected to support this spirit, because Indonesia still has a fairly large forest area. In Indonesia, one of the forests that has a large deposit is Aceh. Where there are 3.5 million hectares of forest that is still green, consisting of about 2 hectares of protected forest and around 638 thousand hectares of production forest.
To support this spirit, the governor of Aceh then issued Instruction No. 5 of 2007 concerning a logging moratorium in all Aceh forest areas. The aim is to maintain a life support system, strengthen community social capital and support sustainable development.
The rest is to maintain the beauty of the forest and restore the function of degraded forests through restoration and reforestation of critical lands. The spirit of the moratorium is the basis for the Aceh Government to carry out the vision of Aceh Green.
“Aceh Green is the foundation for the Aceh government in carrying out environmentally and sustainable development that is sensitive to disasters,” said Nova. [Humas-Aceh]
“So, when someone asks for investment, not DPMPTSP itself is the one who answers,” said Aulia when asked for her response about the question of the Finnish Ambassador to Indonesia, H. E. Mrs. Pdivi Hiltunen-Toivio to the Speaker of the DPRA Muharuddin, why until now Aceh had not been seen by investors.
Aulia said, answering the issue of investment realization could also be from several perspectives. He himself chose to explain from a promotion perspective.
To BERITAKINI.CO, Aulia explained at length in writing the promotion that had been carried out by SKPA that she led. Not to forget he also included some of the achievements of the Aceh DPMPTSP.
According to Aulia, Aceh DPMPTSP has conducted a series of promotions both at home and abroad to attract investors to invest in the land of Rencong.
In 2017, for example, Aceh’s DPMPTSP conducted overseas promotion activities in several countries, but based on invitations from organizers, such as the activities of trade, torism and investment (TTI) forums.
“Our presence is to introduce any investment potential that can be developed in Aceh, security guarantees from the government, clear and clean land, incentives and facilities provided, guarantee of availability of labor (skills and unskill), and supporting infrastructure (roads, ports , airport, availability of energy and clean water), “he said.
The same thing is also done to attract domestic investment. Aulia even said that Aceh’s DPMPTSP had already carried out investment missions with a system of picking up balls to bonafit companies in Jakarta, such as PT Jababeka. This company, said Aulia, has collaborated with the City Government of Banda Aceh.
“There is PT Jaya Saka Aceh, now they have taken care of the company’s establishment certificate, and in the near future will conduct a field visit to see the availability of land for the core land to build a sugar factory in the Bireuen and Bener Meriah regions,” he said.
He also said that the promotion carried out did not necessarily immediately realize investment. Because, he said, investors need accurate data and information about the investment plan that will be developed.
“Investors’ interest to know more about investment potential is a success in promotional activities, with interest they will make a visit to Aceh. That way, our first point is to successfully increase the number of foreign tourist destinations to Aceh, which brings multiplier effects for Aceh, flight, hotel reservations, meals, transportation, souvenirs and others, “he said.
“SKPA must help BUPP accelerate companies that have cooperated with PT Pelindo, PIM, Pertamina and PDPA or PT Patriot Nusantara Aceh (Patna). Give services that are fast, precise and easy, “Nova said afterwards
call the Head of Aceh’s One Stop Investment and Integrated Services, Dr. Aulia Sofyan SSos MSi, to the Office of the Acting Governor of Aceh, in the Blang Padang area, Banda Aceh, Tuesday (7/8)
Fast, precise and easy service, according to Nova, will help investors accelerate the realization of their investment plans in Arun KEK. “For licensing, leave it to the administrator of Arun KEK which is an extension of the Central Government, Aceh Province, North Aceh District Government, and Lhokseumawe City Government,” he advised. Nova also asked the Arun KEK administrator to be more active in inviting investors to invest in Arun KEK.
According to data from BPS and BI, 79 foreign companies have not followed up investments in Aceh. “This needs to be pursued and invited back. It is important to prove to potential local investors, as well as domestic and foreign investors who want to invest in Arun KEK that there are no illegal fees and easy and satisfying services, “he explained.
While Aulia Sofyan said, many companies want to invest in Arun KEK. One of them, PT Aceh Makmur Bersama who wants to establish a CPO shelter. Of the four companies that make up the Arun SEZ, namely PDPA, PT PIM, PT Pelindo I, and Pertamina, Pelindo is the company that has cooperated most.
Four companies are cooperating with PT Pelindo I, namely PT Aceh Makmur Bersama, which plans to build a CPO tank near Arun Port, PT Sinergi Tangguh Alam Raya (STAR) which will build a playwood business, PT East Continen Gas Indonesia which will build a Pressurized LPG business and the LPG botting plant, PT Prosperity Building Material which plans to build a cement bagging plant.
While PT Patna as the Arun KEK BUPP has collaborated with the State Asset Management Agency (LMAN) for the operation of state property in Arun KEK, such as the Arun LNG plant.
Arun KEK is planned to cover an area of 1,840.8 hectares of Arun Refinery, Dewantara District, North Aceh with an area of 582.08 hectares, and Banda Baro District, North Aceh with an area of 199.6 hectares. According to PT Patna, said Aulia, there are now several companies that have planned to start their investment activities.
Like PT Prima Inti Medika which is engaged in hospitals, it is operational. PT PIM will build NPK, PA and SA fertilizer plants. Then, PT Aksa, which will build a 500 MW power plant, and PT Sinergi Tangguh Alam Raya, will build a wood processing industry, and PT KAA has also been renovated to be able to operate again. (Her)
In accordance with Government Regulation No. 24 of 2018, the government, through the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, has launched Electronic Integrated Business Licensing (OSS) services. Through OSS, business actors can manage licensing either through institutions that have long handled the filing of licensing attempts or through oss.go.id. The OSS service ensures business permissions can be taken care of within a short period of time. In fact, business actors or investors can know firsthand whether they get incentives and what kind of incentives are obtained through the OSS system. “Government Regulation No. 24 of 2018 on licensing seeks to encourage our increasing competitiveness, OSS is expected to be the answer to complaints from business actors and investors who have been constrained by technical matters when handling permits,” Agus added.
The event, which was held at the Al-Hanifi Hotel in Banda Aceh, also invited resource persons Tia Wanodya CA, as Head of the Primary and Tertiary sectors in the Aceh, North Sumatra and West Sumatra regions of the BKPM RI Region I Directorate. Companies that already have a permit during the construction period must report LKPM 4 times a year (quarterly) and if the company has been operating it must submit a report every six months (semester).
The presentation at the last session was delivered by Ir. Jonni, as the Head of the Aceh Investment Board for DPMPTSP Implementation Control, with the title “When did the role of Dalak begin?”. In the presentation Jonni, said that the role of controlling the implementation of investment began when the company’s principle permit was issued, the guidance, monitoring and supervision were carried out.
The participants who attended the Investment Implementation Control Coordination Meeting in 2018 included DPMPTSP districts / cities and related SKPA in the Province. (YS).
The meeting will discuss various cooperation measures to improve the tourism sector in three countries, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.
“I express my highest appreciation and appreciation to the Delegation of Malaysia, Thailand and all the honorable delegates who came to participate and share in today’s event,” Nova said.
This opportunity said Nova can be utilized to enhance cooperation and promotion of marine tourism golden triangle Saphula (Sabang-Phuket-Langkawi).
“Specifically, for example, the establishment of Yacht Club in Phuket, then in Sabang and Langkawi, later they will be promoting the three locations to the international world,” said Nova.
Provincial and State governments from these three countries said Nova should share information, best practices, and other valuable experiences to make better cooperation for future IMT-GT projects and programs.
“We want what has been done in Langkawi and Phuket to also be implemented in Sabang,” said Nova.
Furthermore, Nova said, IMT-GT participants should devote their attention and efforts to make the participation process of IMT-GT cooperation more efficient, proactive and innovative.
“I propose, at least for the beginning of a clear agenda and work program of meeting the parents and the governors should be formulated,” Nova said.
Nova believes the IMT-GT meeting will be an excellent platform for future cooperation, particularly Aceh and can promote mutually beneficial relations between IMT-GT member countries, ASEAN and other provinces.
For information, Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle Working Group Meeting is a working group tasked to follow up and implement cooperation agreement of tourism sector in the IMT-GT region.
Banda Aceh, Monday (July 23, 2018).
Aceh Investment and One Stop Integrated Services re-organize Socialization of Regional Investment Potential Information System (SIPID) Year 2018. SIPID is a web-based information system that serves to provide information about potential investment area. SIPID is also one of BKPM’s efforts in contributing to achieving investment targets by facilitating and promoting opportunities and investment potential owned by the region. SIPID will continue to integrate between Provinces, Regencies / Cities which can be accessed directly by investors and prospective investors at home and abroad.
This was conveyed by Mr. Wing Parikesit as Head of Subdivision of Primary and Tertiary Sector, Directorate of Regional Potential Development of BKPM RI. Dissemination of Information Systems and Regional Investment Potential (SIPID) held at Grand Arabia Hotel Monday, July 23, 2018, also presented Astrid Indah Lestari speakers who served as SIPID Managers. In addition to presenting the material, Astrid also directly gave simulations to participants how to use SIPID. Participants looked enthusiastic in learning the input of potential investment data in their respective regions.
One of the participants from Lhokseumawe City named Rizal Haiqi asked whether SIPID has any legal basis. Because according to him, if the legal basis is not clear, the attention of the local government to such data is minimal. If there is no legal basis, rizal proposes to make regulations from the center for later adoption by the Government of Aceh into the Governor Regulation, Regulations or Regional Regulations for clarity of data from this SIPID.
“The legal basis does not exist but related to SIPID is our tupoksi which refers to Head of BKPM Regulation No. 1 of 2011 that is to identify, analyze the potentials and opportunities to the electronic documentation. However, SIPID was created to provide space for regional friends to utilize this system. We hope that we only support data from the regions even though there is no legal umbrella,” said Mr. Wing. (ys).