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Jim Maulana

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Indonesian to English: Heavy Equipment in the Indonesian Mining Industry
General field: Other
Detailed field: Mining & Minerals / Gems
Source text - Indonesian
Apa yang dialami Cipaganti sebenarnya juga dialami perusahaan alat berat lain seperti PT United Tractor,Tbk, PT Kobexindo dan lainnya. Kinerja sektor pertambangan yang sedang berada di zona merah, telah berdampak pada pasar alat berat.Maklum saja sektor tambang merupakan konsumen terbesar dari penjualan alat berat.

PT United Tractors Tbk (”UT”) yang menguasai hampir 40 persen pasar alat berat Indonesia dalam laporan kinerja 2013 mencatat ada penurunan di sektor mesin konstruksi dan pertambangan.Sementara kinerja unit usaha Kontraktor Penambangan dalam hal ini PT Pama Persada menunjukkan peningkatan.

Pendapatan bersih United Tractors secara keseluruhan pada 2013 sebesar Rp 51,01 triliun atau turun 9% dibandingkan periode yang sama tahun 2012 senilai Rp 55,95 triliun. Sementara laba bersih turun 16% dari Rp 5,78 triliun menjadi Rp 4,83 triliun. bPendapatan bersih segmen usaha mesin konstruksi turun 29% menjadi Rp 15,64 triliun dan memberikan kontribusi sebesar 31% terhadap total pendapatan bersih konsolidasian.

Berkurangnya permintaan alat berat khususnya di sektor pertambangan dan perkebunan akibat penurunan aktivitas berdampak pada total penjualan alat berat Komatsu sepanjang 2013. Di 2013 silam, penjualan alat berat asal Jepang tersebut turun dari 6.202 unit pada 2012 menjadi 4.203 unit atau turun 32%.

Dari total penjualan alat berat Komatsu, 43% total penjualan diserap sektor pertambangan, 26% diserap sektor perkebunan, 23% diserap sektor konstruksi, dan sisanya sebesar 8% diserap sektor kehutanan. Seiring dengan penurunan penjualan alat berat, penjualan suku cadang dan jasa pemeliharaan alat berat juga mengalami penurunan sebesar 6% menjadi Rp 5,52 triliun. Sementara penjualan produk merek lainnya yaitu UD Trucks turun dari 414 unit menjadi 365 unit, sedangkan truk Scania meningkat dari 363 unit menjadi 445 unit.

Dalam tiga bulan pertama di 2014, perusahaan yang lebih dikenal dengan sebutan UNTR berhasil mencetak pendapatan sebesar Rp13,9 triliun, naik 11,6% dari Rp12,45 triliun dibanding kuartal I/2013. Meski pendapatan naik, beban pokok pendapatan juga naik 6,9% dari Rp10,37 triliun menjadi Rp11,09 triliun. Hal itu menjadikan perolehan laba kotor Rp2,8 triliun, naik 35,11% dari Rp2,07 triliun.

Dari total pendapatan tersebut unit usaha mesin konstruksi, kontraktor penambangan, dan pertambangan secara berturut-turut memberikan kontribusi sebesar 32%, 58%, dan 10%.Hingga kuartal I/2014, volume penjualan alat berat Komatsu tercatat 1.211 unit, turun 5% dari kuartal I/2013 sebanyak 1.272 unit.

Turunnya penjualan ini terutama disebabkan berkurangnya permintaan alat berat dari sektor pertambangan dan perkebunan.Dari total penjualan 1.211 unit itu, sebanyak 36% diserap sektor pertambangan, 30% diserap sektor konstruksi, 19% diserap sektor perkebunan, dan sisanya sebesar 15% ke sektor kehutanan.Di tengah persaingan yang semakin ketat, penjualan unit Komatsu mempertahankan posisi sebagai market leader alat berat, dengan pangsa pasar sebesar 42%.

Hal yang sama sebenarnya juga dialami perusahaan alat berat lainnya. Anak usaha Group Indomobil menjelaskan akibat dari pelemahan harga batu bara membuat penjualan truk di sektor pertambangan hanya mencapai 50 persen dari target.

Dalam kondisi seperti ini kebanyakan konsumen tidak berinvestasi membeli alat baru tetapi mengoptimalkan perawatan. Hal yang dilakukan adalah membidik sektor lain yang diperkirakan masih tumbuh seperti sektor perkebunan dan konstruksi. Selain itu untuk segmen truk yang dibiding adalah segmen transportasi dan logistik yang diperkirakan masih memiliki prospek bagus.Beberapa pemain lama distributor alat berat di Indonesia juga tidak ketinggalan. United Tractors, Trakindo, Kobelco, Kebexindo, GM Tractors.
Translation - English
What happened to Cipaganti was actually also experienced by other heavy equipment companies, such as PT. United Tractor, Tbk., PT. Kobexindo, etcetera. The performance of the mining sector, which is now in the red, had impacted the heavy equipment market. In fact, the mining sector has been the biggest consumer in the sales of heavy equipment.

PT. United Tractors, Tbk., (UT) who controlled almost 40% of the heavy equiment market in Indonesia, in its performance report of 2013, recorded a decline in the construction and mining machineries sector. At the same time, performance of mining contractors, such as that of PT. Pama Persada, had shown a growth.

UT’s overall net income in 2013 was Rp. 51.01 billion or a 9% decrease from the same period in 2012 at Rp. 55.95 billion. Its net profit was down 16% from Rp. 5.78 billion to Rp. 4.83 billion. Net revenue of the construction machinery business segment was also down 29% to Rp. 15.63 billion, contributing 31% to the total consolidated net revenue.

The decline of demand for heavy equipment especially in the mining and plantation sectors as a result of decreasing activities had impacted to the total sales of heavy equipment of Komatsu throughout 2013. The sales of heavy equipment of the Japanese giant was down from 6,202 units in 2012 to 4,203 units, or a 32% decrease.

From Komatsu’s total sales of heavy equipment, 43% of the total sales went to the mining sector, 26% to plantation, 23% to construction and the remaining 8% to the forestry sector. Along with the decline of heavy equipment sales, the sales of spare parts and maintenance services of the equipment also down 6% to Rp. 5.52 billion. Meanwhile, the sales of other brand, namely UT Trucks, were down from 414 to 365 units. At the same time, sales of Scania trucks were up from 363 to 445 units.

In the first three months of 2014, the company more known as UNTR had recorded a revenue of Rp. 13.9%, up 11.6% from Rp. 12.45 billion in the same period of 2013. Although growing, the costs of revenue was also up 6.9% from Rp. 10.37 billion to Rp. 11.09 billion, making gross profit up 35.11% from Rp. 2.07 billion to Rp. 2.8 billion.

From the total revenue, the business units of construction machinery, mining contractor and mining had contributed 32%, 58% and 10% respectively. Up to the first quarter of 2014, Komatsu’s sales volume of heavy equipment was 1,211 units, down 5% from the same period in 2013 of 1,272 units.

The decline of sales was caused mainly by the falling demand for heavy equipment from the mining and plantation sectors. From the total sales of 1,211 units, 36% went to the mining sector, 30% to construction, 19% to plantation and the remaining 15% to the forestry sector. Amid escalating competition, Komatsu defended its position as the market leader for heavy equipment with a market share of 42%.

Similar situation was experienced by other heavy equipment companies. The subsidiary company of the IndoMobil Group, for instance, explained that as a result of the weakening coal price, the sales of trucks in the mining sector had only reached 50% of the initial target.

In such a condition, many consumers decided against purchasing new machines but rather optimizing maintenance. Therefore, other sectors which still recorded growth, such as plantation and construction sectors, had been targeted. Additionally, the transportation and logistics segments had also been targeted for truck sales. Some long-time heavy equipment distributors in Indonesia, such as United Tractors, Trakindo, Kobelco, Kebexindo and GM Tractors also followed suit.
English to Indonesian: Gas – Building infrastructure for Indonesia
General field: Other
Detailed field: Mining & Minerals / Gems
Source text - English
Indonesia was a pioneering liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter in the 1970s, producing more gas than required by the domestic market. It has continued to export LNG from its well-known LNG producing facilities such as Arun, Bontang and Tangguh. Looking ahead, the major Indonesian Upstream projects are also in the gas sector, including, for example, Donggi Sonoro, Indonesia Deepwater Development (IDD), Jangrik, and Masela. Natural gas clearly has an important role to play in Indonesia’s energy future. Over the past two decades, however, few significant new onshore gas fields have been developed to replace the large declining gas fields in West Java and South and Central Sumatra. This has resulted in PLN, the national power company and largest domestic consumer of gas, continuing to burn diesel and fuel oil in its plants instead of natural gas. While natural gas is produced in Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua, it cannot currently supply Java because of insufficient transmission infrastructure including a deficit of pipelines and regasification terminals. Infrastructure development to enable Indonesia’s significant existing LNG resources to be better exploited by industry should be a key priority for our country.
Looking at the future, Indonesia’s domestic gas demand is expected to grow at 5.2 percent CAGR per year, reaching about 9 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) by 2025, driven largely by the power and industry sectors in Java and Sumatra. Although the overall domestic supply is expected to grow at 1.6 percent CAGR per year, reaching about 9 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) in 2025, this supply will not be evenly distributed across the country therefore creating an imbalance. Furthermore, the LNG assets have long-term export commitments which further widen the supply-demand gap. As a result, Java will face a major deficit, with a possible deficit of 1.9 bcfd to 2.8 bcfd with West Java contributing up to about 1.5 bcfd to the total deficit. North and Central Sumatra are expected to face a deficit of maximum 0.5 bcfd and 0.4 bcfd respectively, while the South of Sumatra will be balanced. Kalimantan and Papua have significant amounts of gas surplus and will remain as such.
Until the Gas Directorate was established in 2012, we have not been very active in the gas Midstream and Downstream business. Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) has been the dominant player in the gas transmission and distribution business generating extremely high returns, greater than 30 percent ROIC.
As we enter a new era for gas in Indonesia, the Gas Directorate plans to monetize our gas assets, shape the gas infrastructure and develop the local market. We expect to be a key revenue and profit driver for Pertamina. In 2013, the Gas Directorate contributed $1.8 billion in revenues and $303 million in profits to Pertamina. Pertagas, our major gas subsidiary, alone generated $616 million in revenues and $159 million in profits.
Translation - Indonesian
Gas - Membangun Infrastruktur untuk Indonesia
Indonesia merupakan pionir pengekspor gas alam cair (LNG) sejak tahun 1970-an, karena saat itu menghasilkan lebih banyak daripada kebutuhan pasar domestik. LNG terus diekspor dari kilang-kilang produksi ternama seperti Arun, Bontang dan Tangguh. Ke depan, proyek-proyek besar sektor hulu di Indonesia juga akan melibatkan sektor gas, seperti misalnya Donggi Senoro, Indonesia Deepwater Development (IDD), Jangrik dan Masela. Gas alam tentunya akan memainkan peran yang penting di bidang energi di Indonesia pada masa yang akan datang. Namun demikian, sepanjang dua dekade terakhir, hanya sedikit lapangan gas baru di daratan yang dikembangkan secara signifikan guna menggantikan peran lapangan-lapangan gas besar yang produksinya telah menurun di Jawa Barat, Sumatera Tengah dan Sumatera Selatan. Hal ini menyebabkan PLN sebagai konsumen terbesar gas di dalam negeri terus menggunakan bahan bakar diesel dan minyak, bukannya gas alam, untuk mengoperasikan pembangkit-pembangkitnya. Di sisi lain, gas alam yang diproduksi di Kalimantan, Sulawesi dan Papua tidak dapat dipasok ke Jawa mengingat minimnya infrastruktur pengirimannya, termasuk jaringan pipa gas dan terminal regasifikasi. Pembangunan infrastruktur untuk memungkinkan eksploitasi yang lebih baik atas sumber daya LNG guna kepentingan industri kiranya perlu dijadikan prioritas utama di negara ini.

Ke depan, kebutuhan gas domestik Indonesia diperkirakan akan tumbuh sekitar 5,2 persen CAGR per tahun, mencapai sekitar 9 miliar cubic feet per day (bcfd) di tahun 2025, sebagian besar didorong oleh sektor listrik dan industri di Jawa dan Sumatera. Meskipun pasokan dalam negeri secara keseluruhan diperkirakan akan tumbuh sebesar 1,6 persen CAGR per tahun hingga mencapai sekitar 9 bcfd pada tahun 2025, pasokan ini tidak akan merata di seluruh negeri, sehingga akan menciptakan ketidakseimbangan. Selain itu, aset-aset LNG kebanyakan terikat komitmen ekspor jangka panjang yang akan lebih memperlebar kesenjangan antara pasokan dan permintaan. Akibatnya, pulau Jawa akan menghadapi defisit yang besar, kemungkinan antara 1,9 hingga 2,8 bcfd, dengan Jawa Barat berkontribusi hingga sekitar 1,5 bcfd terhadap total defisit. Sumatera Utara dan Sumatera Tengah diperkirakan juga akan menghadapi defisit maksimal masing-masing sebesar 0,5 bcfd dan 0,4 bcfd, sedangkan Sumatera Selatan akan lebih berimbang. Sementara itu di Kalimantan dan Papua terdapat sejumlah besar kelebihan gas, dan kelihatannya akan tetap seperti itu.

Sebelum didirikannya Direktorat Gas pada tahun 2012, kami belum cukup aktif bergerak di bidang bisnis midstream dan bisnis hilir gas. Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) telah menjadi pelaku usaha dominan dalam bidang transmisi dan distribusi gas, dengan menghasilkan keuntungan yang sangat tinggi, yakni lebih dari 30 persen ROIC.

Ketika kita memasuki era baru gas di Indonesia, Direktorat Gas berencana untuk memonetisasi aset gas kami, membentuk infrastruktur gas dan mengembangkan pasar lokal. Kami berharap untuk menjadi sumber pendapatan dan keuntungan utama bagi Pertamina. Pada tahun 2013, Direktorat Gas menyumbang $ 1,8 miliar pendapatan dan $ 303 juta keuntungan kepada Pertamina. Pertagas, anak perusahaan gas utama kami, secara mandiri mampu menghasilkan $ 616 juta pendapatan dan $ 159 juta keuntungan.

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