IJSSH 2011 Vol.1(4): 247-250 ISSN: 2010-3646
DOI: 10.7763/IJSSH.2011.V1.44

Feasibility Study of Modified Press Machine For Production Genteng Efficiency in Small Enterprise

Peni Sawitri, Supriyono, and Eko Hartanto
Abstract—Kebumen’s tile industry with Sokka tile product name has long been known in Central Java Indonesia. Unfortunately tile Sokka still has some weaknesses such as the traditional production techniques, innovation is not optimal, mixed household finances by the financial industry, the traditional management, no firm association container tile factory and there is no standardization of tile prices and no government support. This study aims to conduct feasibility study of modification efforts tile press machine by analyzing the five aspects including financial aspects, production and operational aspects, market aspects, social and economic aspects. Results of the study showed that, using cost benefit ratio analysis, it was found that there was a significant increase in financial benefits; from production and operational point of views there were a significant product quality improvement (i.e., production cost savings with the modification of press machines, among other things in terms of production time and increasing production capacity); innovation and product variety seemed to be of importance to fill a wide open market opportunities; and manufacturing modified tile roof machine provided a positive impact on rural incomes and employment.

Index Terms—Modified tile press machine, financial performance and market opportunities.

Peni Sawitri is with the Economics Faculty in Gunadarma University.
Supriyono is with the Industrial Technology Gajah Mada University.
Eko Hartanto is with the IISIP Jakarta , Indonesia

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Cite: Peni Sawitri, Supriyono, and Eko Hartanto, "Feasibility Study of Modified Press Machine For Production Genteng Efficiency in Small Enterprise," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 247-250, 2011.
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