Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Kaltim Import 4000 Tons of Rice from Vietnam

National / Wednesday, September 21, 2011 23:44 AM

Metrotvnews.com, Balikpapan: Failed crops due to droughts that occurred in some areas on the island of Java was also an impact on rice supply in East Kalimantan. National Logistics Agency (Bulog) Regional Division East Kalimantan to import rice from Vietnam as much as 4,000 tons.

Rice imports are shipped through the vessel 45 Hoa Binh will be distributed to a number of areas such as Samarinda, Bontang, aquatic mammal, Penajam, Land Grogot, and other areas. In addition as part of efforts to meet the needs, the import of rice is also in accordance with the plan Kaltim Bulog rice stocks that will add a minimum of 7,000 tons per year.

Later, Bulog Kalitim will add up to 36,000 tons of rice stocks to meet the needs raskin reserves and market operations. The addition of rice stocks from Vietnam was done following the depletion of stocks of rice in warehouses Bulog. After 4,000 tons of rice this, Kaltim to re-import 3800 tonnes being sent through the Port Semayang, Aberdeen. (Muhammad Hilmansyah /***)

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