Blesscon Builds 3rd Factory in Sragen – Blesscon builds the Third factory in Sragen and is ready to ship bricks lightly. The collaboration of various proponents of needs must be the key to achieving the national goal of 1.2 million homes for low-income communities (MBR).

Government and banking regulations are intended to help developers build these simple and healthy homes.
This was recently published by the Chairman of the Housing Association of the Indonesian Simple or Really Simple Trustees Association (APERSI) in Central Java and DIY, Bayu Rama Djati in Central Java and the DIY APERSI Working Meeting in Yogyakarta.

Blesscon builds its third factory in Sragen. "Don't worry about commercial housing, because subsidized housing is quite difficult to upgrade," said Bayu in his recorded info, Wednesday (23/3/2021).

Why is it difficult? Because the selling value is limited and the details of where to live are priced. This will make the edges thinner. Therefore, if the costs of granting permits and administration are expensive, developers will be even more depressed,” he explained.

He explained that other complaints from Apersi members were the reduced purchasing power of residents and the increase in problems regarding permit issuance, limitations on space acquisition in the arrangement of rooms and mortgage facilities. In a similar opportunity, Bayu invites APERSI members to survive.

"We must be happy, even though the scope is small, because there is a social vision there, there is worship," he said.

Blesscon builds its third factory in Sragen. From the banking sector, Bayu added, his faction hopes that subsidized CPR can be carried out properly. The problem is that people's purchasing power, especially those with low incomes, is still affected by the outbreak.

Subsidized mortgage programs such as FLPP, SSB and SBUM will continue to be implemented more impartially in order to permeate housing production and realize the drive for proper housing for the people of Indonesia. Another topic that was discussed at the regional meeting on Monday (22/3) that got enough attention was the insight into electronic certificates.

On the one hand, it is more effective and avoids multiple certificates. On the other hand, there are security issues if digital mechanisms can be hacked. The regional meeting of APERSI Central Java and Yogyakarta with the topic “Build a Million Houses, Change Critically to Build the Economy” ended with a dinner bill and awards for outstanding members.

Based on the 2015 Central Statistics Agency report, the lack of home ownership is still large. According to the PUPR Ministry in March 2019, the number is predicted to be 7.6 million units in 2020. Central Java is counted among the top 4 with the highest arrears.

APERSI Central Java and DIY are expected to play a role in backlog research. However, APERSI cannot be alone. It is desirable that the togetherness of stakeholders can understand and provide relief. Starting from land agents to taxes and banking to support the needs of material suppliers.

Regarding material suppliers, it is desirable to be able to work together to meet development needs quickly and have quality details decided by the government. PT Perkasa Perfect Success, a manufacturer of Blesscon lightweight bricks, said it was ready for this.

Blesscon builds its third factory in Sragen. "The fact is that the 3rd factory has been opened in Sragen, Central Java," said Henrianto, commercial director PT Perkasa Perfect Success.

So far, most developers in Central Java and DIY often bring in lightweight building blocks from manufacturers in East Java, including Blesscon. This arose because the production capacity in Central Java could not meet the needs.

Blesscon builds its third factory in Sragen. Of the 1.2 million low-income housing targets, Central Java and Yogyakarta will receive 100,000-150,000 units of building by 2021. The need for lightweight bricks is increasing.

Henrianto saw that having a new lightweight brick factory in Sragen, Central Java, was the answer to that problem. The production capacity of Blesscon's brick factory in Sragen reaches 1.6 million m3/year.

The production capacity in a month is equal to 14,000 subsidized houses, more Henrianto.

According to him, developers can get it quickly because the transportation distance is relatively short. Transportation delays can be minimized by having their own transportation fleet.

With the presence Blesscon builds its third factory in Sragen The closer it gets, the more competitive the prices offered to developers will automatically be. When you calculate the price of light bricks per subsidized house, the difference becomes clear.

“Want to be able to help developers who join in APERTION Central Java and DIY reached that direction with a margin that could be pursued," he said.


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