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ndonesian is recognized as the largest crude


palm oil producer in the world with CPO
production in 2012 of 26.5 million tons and
predicted to rise up to 34 million tons in 2016.
Viewing great CPO production above, the
government started realizing that Indonesia has
potential to be the center for developing world
oleochemical industry by issuing a policy for
restructuring the export duty of CPO and its
derivatives. Businessmen are expected not only to
deal with CPO export orientation or only processing
CPO into cooking oil.

FERROSTAAL AG of Rp. 3 trillion, PPV (an


oleochemical company of India) of Rp. 900 billion,
MUSIM MAS Group and others.

Based on the observation of CDMI that several


oleochemical products have already been locally
produced but the products are sold to export
markets in the form of half-processed products.
After they have further been processed, they are
re-imported to Indonesia in the form of final
products or other downstream products such as
additive materials in textile industry, rubber
industry, plastic industry, detergent industry,
cosmetic industry, paint industry, processed food
industry and others.

This book is only sold exclusively at CDMI and


directly ordered to our marketing division Mrs. Tina
by phone (021) 3193 0108-09 or Fax (021) 3193
0102 and e-mail: marketing@cdmione.com at a
price of US$ 600 for Indonesian Edition and US$
650 for English Edition.

With such great potential, palm oil downstream


industry particularly oleochemical becomes a target
of domestic and foreign investors which compete to
invest their fund in this business including WILMAR
Group with its investment of Rp. 8.1 trillion
followed by SINARMAS Group of Rp. 2.3 trillion,
PERMATA HIJAU Group of Rp. 2 trillion, DOMBA
MAS Group of Rp. 1.6 trillion, PTPN III and

Cordially yours,
P.T. CDMI

Viewing the enthusiasm of those companies, CDMI,


a leading consulting company in the country, is
interested in identifying the growth of oleochemical
industry in Indonesia and succeeded in performing
a research by issuing a book with the title of Study
on Business Potential and Major Players of
OLEOCHEMICAL Industry in Indonesia, 2013 2016

Having submitted this offer, we thank you for your


cooperation and look forward to hearing your
response promptly.

Muslim M. Amin

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BusinessPotentialandMajorPlayersofOLEOCHEMICALIndustryinIndonesia,2013

LIST OF CONTENTS ..................................................................................... i


LIST OF TABLES ........................................................................................ iii
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 1
1.1. Background........................................................................................ 1
1.2. Scope of Study .................................................................................... 2
1.3. Methodology ...................................................................................... 2

2.

GROWTH OF INDONESIAN PALM OIL INDUSTRY ............................ 4


2.1. Crude Palm Oil ................................................................................. 10

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GENERAL OVERVIEW OF OLEOCHEMICAL ..................................... 15


3.1. Position of Oleochemical Industry in National Industrial Structure .................... 15
3.2. Map of Industry and its Distribution ........................................................ 17

4.

PROFILE OF BUSINESS MAJOR PLAYERS OLEOCHEMICAL


INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA ................................................................ 19
4.1. PT. CISADANE RAYA CHEMICAL (CRC) ............................................ 19
4.2. PT. SUMI ASIH (SA) ......................................................................... 21
4.3. PT. ECOGREEN OLEOCHEMICALS (EO)/WINGS Group .......................... 23
4.4. PT. SINAR OLEOCHEMICAL INTERNATIONAL (SOCI)/SINARMAS Group . 26
4.5. PT. FLORA SAWITA CHEMINDO (FSC)/PARASAWITA Group ................. 28
4.7. PT. DOMAS AGROINTI PRIMA (DAP)/BAKRIE Group ............................ 29
4.8. PT. MUSIM MAS (MM) ..................................................................... 32
4.9. PT. MEDAN OLEOCHEMICAL INDUSTRY (MOI) .................................. 35
4.10. PT. WILMAR NABATI INDONESIA (WNI) ............................................ 36
4.11. PT. UNILEVER INDONESIA Tbk. (UNVR) ............................................ 37
4.12. PT. KAO INDONESIA (KI) ................................................................. 39
4.13. PT. BUDI STARCH & SWEETENER Tbk., (BAJ) formerly PT. BUDI ACID
JAYA Tbk. ...................................................................................... 41

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5.

RAW MATERIALS ............................................................................... 45


5.1. Types of Basic Materials and Theirs Availability ......................................... 45
5.2. Supporting of Raw Materials ................................................................. 46
5.3. Suppliers of Raw Materials ................................................................... 47
5.4. Prices of Raw Materials ....................................................................... 47

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SUPPLY .............................................................................................. 49
6.1. Development of Domestic Production ...................................................... 49
6.2. Production by Types ........................................................................... 49
6.3. Import ............................................................................................ 50
6.3.1. Development of Import............................................................... 50
6.3.2. Import by Type ........................................................................ 52
6.3.3. Import by Country of Origin ........................................................ 54

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D E M A N D ........................................................................................ 59
7.1. Export ............................................................................................ 59
7.1.1. Development of Export............................................................... 59
7.1.2. Export by Types ....................................................................... 60
7.1.3. Export by Destination Country ..................................................... 62
7.2. Domestic Demand.............................................................................. 71
7.2.1. Fatty Acid .............................................................................. 71
7.2.2. Fatty Alcohol .......................................................................... 72
7.2.3. Glycerol (Glycerin) .................................................................... 72

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DOMESTIC DEMAND.......................................................................... 74
8.1. Dioctyl Phthalate (DOP) Industry ........................................................... 74
8.2. Surfactant Industry ............................................................................. 75
8.3. Calcium Stearate Industry .................................................................... 77
8.4. Textile Auxiliary Industry .................................................................... 78
8.5. Tooth Paste Industry ........................................................................... 79
8.6. Cosmetic Industry .............................................................................. 80
8.7. Paint Industry (Paint and Coating) .......................................................... 82
8.8. Other Industry .................................................................................. 85
8.9. Total Oleochemical Consumption ........................................................... 86

9.

PROJECTION OF CONSUMPTION AND MARKET OF


OLEOCHEMICALS .............................................................................. 87
9.1. Projection of Consumption of Oleochemicals ............................................. 87
9.2. Projection of Market Size of Oleochemicals ............................................... 88

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10. POTENTIAL AND MARKET OPPORTUNITY .................................... 89


10.1. Balance of Supply - Demand ................................................................. 89
10.2. Market Prospect ................................................................................ 90

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