THE FEASIBILITY OF INVESTMENT PLANTATION AND OPPORTUNITIES IN COFFEE INDUSTRY PROCESSING IN MUARA ENIM REGENCY

Azwardi, Azwardi THE FEASIBILITY OF INVESTMENT PLANTATION AND OPPORTUNITIES IN COFFEE INDUSTRY PROCESSING IN MUARA ENIM REGENCY. In: Sriwijaya Economics and Business Conference, 27-28 November 2016, Palembang.

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    Abstract

    The purpose of research conducted to determine the feasibility of investment in coffe plantations and coffee commodities downstream opportunities. Investment feasibility coffee plantations cover the technical aspects, production aspects, market aspects, farmer institutional aspects and financial rubber plantation business aspects. However, coffee commodities downstream cover products derived from coffee. Data used including primary and secondary data. Secondary data obtained from the relevant agencies, such as BPS and plantation department. Besides, primary data is obtained from observation and focus group discussions with farmers and coffee trader. Methods used include IRR, NPV and B/C ratio. Based on the research results feasibility of investment in coffee plantations from geographical aspect tend to feasible in all regions of Muara Enim to cultivate coffee plants, but the centre area of the coffee in Muara Enim located in the Semende Darat Laut (44,10 %), Tanjung Agung (31,01 %), Semende Darat Ulu (11,19 %), dan Semende Darat Tengah (10,98 %). The productivity of Tengah (10,98 %) coffee plantation Tengah (10,98 %) Tengah (10,98 %) in Muara Enim Regency. The productivity of coffee plantations in Muara Enim higher than nationwide, where the average productivity is based on the study was 1.06 tonnes per ha. Coffee product s are marketed through a marketing channel that starts from farmers as producers, the majority sold to a collector, which then passed into the hands of wholesalers and exporters, to get into the hands of consumers. From the measurement of financial feasibility of coffee farming by using four eligibility criteria shows that farming is feasible to be developed with the B/C 1.20 (> 1) meaningful, any costs incurred by Rp.1 will generate profits of Rp.1.2. Coffee agro-industry and potentially cultivated in this region. Assumptions consumption amounted to 0,407 ounces of ground coffee per capita, hence the need for coffee powder as much as 338 tons per year. Investment opportunities of coffee beans, among others, can be processed into roasted coffee, ground coffee, instant coffee, coffee mix (coffee with milk), and coffee bags. Keywords: Coffee, Investment Feasibility, Downstream products

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
    Divisions: Faculty of Economics > Department of Economics and Development Studies
    Depositing User: SE, M.Si mukhlis mukhlis
    Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2017 11:50
    Last Modified: 15 Apr 2017 23:42
    URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/7169

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