|Judul||:||An Analysis Of The Indonesian Wood Based Industry|
ABSTRACTIn this research, the Indonesian wood-based industry is studied. This is one of the largest industries in the country and has significantly contributed to the economic growth of the country. A special focus is made on the sources of wood in the industry, consumption versus the production capacity, and lastly the exported and imported quantities of both the raw materials used and the industry’s finished products. The research takes a qualitative approach as there have been several researchers whose work has focused on the wood based industry in Indonesia. For this case, therefore, secondary data is used. This data type is selected because of the advantages it has such as availability and reliability. Time constraint is another considerable reason secondary data has been used in this research. The results are presented using graphs which are accompanied by brief explanations of the data represented on the graph. A summary table on the production quantities isalso given. It is noted that plywood has got the highest demand thus the second largest in the production quantity. Indonesiaexports more plywood than it consumes. Veneer, Sawn wood, and round wood are the other produced wood products by the industry. The study concludes by pointing out the major aspects of the wood-based industry in Indonesia. Of the materials exported, plywood is taken the largest percentage followed by sawn wood. The country does not import as much as it consumes. The research later gives some recommendations thatare appropriate for improving the state of the wood based industry based on the results of the study.Some of the recommendations given include planting more production forests and failing to increase the production capacity in order to bring about the sufficiency of the current production.
|Tahun||:||2017||Media Publikasi||:||Jurnal Internasional|
|Kategori||:||Jurnal||No/Vol/Tahun||:||3 / 8 / 2017|
|PTN/S||:||Inna Sri Supina Adi, Hari Muharam,Ferdisar Adrian||Program Studi||:||MANAJEMEN|
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