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08/07/24, 17:29 WIB Last Updated 2024-07-08T10:30:23Z


 - President-elect Prabowo Subianto at the Qatar Economic Forum (15/5) said that Indonesia could achieve economic growth of 8 percent within 2-3 years.

Prabowo said the first focus of his administration is on the availability of food for the people, energy security and self-sufficiency, solving the problem of child hunger, and processing natural resources, including downstreaming and industrialization.

Meanwhile, the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) noted that Indonesia's economy in 2023 grew by 5.05 percent. Previously, Indonesia's economic growth was 3.69 percent in 2021 and 5.31 percent in 2022.

Based on Indonesia's economic growth data over the years, it takes planning and hard work to achieve 8 percent growth. The logistics sector has the potential to be important for achieving that growth target, including supporting the various focuses mentioned by Prabowo.

This was conveyed by the Founder & CEO of Supply Chain Indonesia (SCI) Setijadi along with the launch of SCI's new logo with the tagline "SCI for the Excellent Indonesia" on Sunday (7/7) coinciding with the Islamic New Year (1/1/1446H).

To support the growth target, integrated development planning is needed between various sectors including the logistics sector. The paradigm of development and development of the logistics sector needs to be changed from "ship follows the trade" to "ship promotes the trade", especially to increase the growth of regions whose contribution to GDP is still low.

In Q1-2024, for example, the Java region contributed the highest at 57.70 percent, followed by Sumatra (21.85 percent), Kalimantan (8.19 percent), and Sulawesi (6.89 percent), Bali & Nusra (2.75 percent) and Maluku & Papua (2.62 percent). Although, the highest growth rates in that Quarter were Maluku & Papua (12.15 percent) and Sulawesi (6.35 percent).


Logistics Development Strategy

SCI delivers comprehensive recommendations for Indonesia's logistics sector development strategy to achieve Indonesia's economic growth with five interrelated pillars.

First, Commodity Supply Chain, covering commodity focus, downstreaming, supply chain mapping, and integrated supply chain development.

Second, Regional Development, consisting of efforts to develop potential regional commodities and increase their added value, as well as efforts to integrate development and change the logistics paradigm.

Third, Connectivity, including infrastructure development, hub & spoke arrangement, end-to-end multimodal transportation development, and utilization of information technology.

Fourth, Competence and Capabilities, including the development of HR competencies, as well as improving processes and technology, and developing global networks.

Fifth, Regulation & Institutions, consisting of the formation of a logistics law as a medium-term target, revision of Presidential Decree 26/2012 concerning the Blueprint for the Development of the National Logistics System, the formation of a national logistics agency, and harmonization of regulations.

(ISL News Editorial Team/SCI Public Relations/email: islnewstv@gmail.com).

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