Maksindo: Indonesia's biggest machinery producer

    PT Tk Machine Maksindo is a company engaged in the production and sale of food machinery, packaging machinery, machine for business, machinery hotels, catering, restaurant machines, etc.

    PT. Tk Machine Maksindo has experienced since 2004 and has served thousands of customers throughout Indonesia and several countries.

Bukaka: Indonesia's biggest heavy industry companies

    Commencing in 1978, from a small scale operation with only twelve employees and a single product line, this company has grown into a multi-million dollar company with thousand of employees. Pioneer in the line of its genuine businesses, PT Bukaka Teknik Utama’s main activities cover the engineering and manufacturing of infra-structure related products and services.

    The focus and strength of the company lie with its continuing and innovating experience in serving the rapid national development of the most important support sectors, namely energy transportation, and communication. The challenging enormous demand for the infra-structure, strives the company to keep its attention to the ongoing innovation competing world-wide.

    This is a company with breakthroughs of utilizing the maximum use of its productive personnel and continuous efficiency improvement to the attainable level of innovation.

    The company is opened to all opportunities that promote efficiency in such a spread-wise area of activities. Though delivery as the final stage of operation is executed in an efficient and economical manner, the company keeps its improving process, even it has to invite and or to cooperate with expertises.

    This is a company which implements the objective function of the good corporate governance. Governing the internal audit implementation to meet the objectives of good cooperate governance is totally inseparable.

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Sany to Build $200m Factory in Cikarang

    China-based coal mining equipment maker Sany signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indonesia on Saturday tp invest up to $200 million to build a production base for its heavy machineries in Cikarang, Bekasi.

    “Sany is convinced that we're able to sell our products to Asian countries,” said the president director of Sany, Liang Wengen.

    “Our market share in the Asian market is still very small, at less than 5 percent. So [through] the investment in Indonesia, we hope we can increase our market share in Asian countries.”

    Wengen said the initial injection would be $15 million, with the total investment at $200 million.

    “This is going to the biggest investment that Sany has made.”

    Sany's plan is part of the Chinese government's pledge to support development in Indonesia and improve the trade balance between the two countries.

    Wengen said the factory would play an important role in boosting revenue to 350 billion RMB ($54 billion) in 2015, up from 90 billion RMB target for this year.

    "We're not just going to manufacture here, but we will also transfer our technology to Indonesia," he said.

    The factory will be located on 10 hectare in Cikarang industrial zone. It will have an annual capacity to manufacture 1,000 units of heavy equipment and is expected to absorb 1,500 workers. Construction is expected to star in July, with operations expected to open in 2012

    "We have a passion for Indonesia. Its huge population and low labor cost are also what draw us here. We're optimistic that our operation here will break even in no time," Wengen said.

    Sany group started operations in 1989 and currently has factories in the United States, Germany, India and Brazil. The corporation employs more than 53,000 people in more than 120 countries. It's sales last year reached 50 billion RMB.

    Agus Cahyana, the secretary general of the Industrial Ministry, said that the government welcomed the new investment would facilitate it by helping the company find the location and providing market data.


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Royal Wedding...Princess Beatrice, Victoria Beckham, Pippa Middleton & Chelsey Davy steal show! Fashion victims?


    Royal Newleyweds totally in love & facing wedded bliss!

    Porky & Bess arrive to trot down the aisle at Westminster Abbey!

    The Royal Wedding aside - sigh! - there certainly was a lot of juicy fashion fodder to feast upon.

    I daresay!

    As handsome Prince William (looking particulary manly in his Irish Guard Uniform highlighted with a dash of brilliant red and Royal Blue) and childhood sweetheart Kate Middleton (every bit a blushing "Royal Highness" in a stunning chic wedding frock fashioned by Sarah Burton the Numero Uno designer extraordinaire) prepared for their grand debut on the world stage before a billion-or-two prying eyes, a posse of upstarts in the Royal Court - a Duchess here, a Princess there - primped and preened for the paparazzi down at Westminister Abbey in a sly deceitful effort to steal a bit of Kate's thunder.

    Before you could utter up - "Hedda Hopper" - a gaggle of frightful sorry-looking-swans fluttered into the frenzied fray.

    And, in two-seconds-flat, a bevy of fashion disasters were to the English Manor born!

    What do they say?

    Birds of a feather flock together!

    When it came to color - the plummage was dead on - and featured vibrant hues such as teal, coral, cobalt, and pink.

    Joyous, in that regard.

    The tricky jolting shapes and odd-ball flourishes at times reminded me of the old "I Love Lucy" episode, though, when Ricky and Fred pulled a prank on Lucy and Ethel by leading them to believe that outfits they were gifted with were designed by a top french designer - when, in fact - they were whipped up overnight from cast-offs in the trash bin.

    Flying Saucers, eye-popping Polka dots, and reams of idle fabric were too much for the fragile frames that lurked underneath never to be seen again.

    Consequently, ugly-duckling gowns - stuffy, over-the-top, too tight, overly-puffy, and out-of-proportion - paraded down the aisle just begging for some prankster to utter up nasty farting sounds from some dank dark corner of the Abbey (appropriate fashion commentary in this instant case).

    The misguided hands of well-meaning fashion designers (clever cows milking the throne) - fumbled from the get-go - 'til the final curtain when the trussed up trollops came across as dumb show.

    Among the first to be pounced on by the Fashion Police (at the Wedding of the Century) was none other than the pretty sultry sexy on-again-off-again love of randy Prince Harry.


    Chelsy Davy sashayed into the spotlight in an aqua green Alberta Ferretti skirt and off-the-shoulder jacket with a bow at the back (which I predicted she would in a post a day-or-so ago) - but, who knew she'd blow a shoe-in - by letting the flab show.

    Just maybe, she was not fashion savvy enough to fathom, that overly-tight busting-at-the-seams frocks don't cut it in chic fashion circles.

    I was delighted when Ms. Davy made her grand entrance, because I'm always in a panic to find worthy candiates to poke fun at for my annual 10 Worst-Dressed-Women's list.

    To refresh your memory, here are the winners (losers?) who made the grade last year.

    Post: 12/31/2010

    Ms. Davy, just roared up to the top of the list, unless an encore can convince me otherwise!

    Peter Phillip's wife ran a close second by virtue of a coat-dress (by designer Sassi Holford) which appeared to be rustled up from tacky left-over upholstery fabric from some bargain-basement sale.

    And, a flop of a hat, that matched up.

    The verdict is still out on Victoria Beckham - who dressed more along the lines of the "Black Swan" - than the normally-chic fashion image she is often inclined to pull off more effectively.

    The solemn look added to the mournful image!

    Princess Eugenie wore a blue Vivienne Westwood which was too pouffy (stuffy, too).

    When she dressed for the tony event, she clearly threw caution (and taste) to the wind.

    Beatrice, her doting sis, sprang for a see-thru Valentino couture coat that didn't jive well with an over-the-top outrageous hat.

    "Thank God, they hid their knees," one friend of the Royals whispered to all within earshot.

    Knock-knees are not in style this year, but maybe next!

    When the two trotted towards the Abbey, the odd twosome reminded me of Porky & Bess.

    There is one at every chi-chi event.

    Some brazen broad anxious to show her girls!

    Sally Bercow filled that bill to a "t" cup.

    Jessica Craig - who slipped into a nude skirt suit, tan tights, and sensible shoes - underscored why no proposal was forthcoming from Wills.

    Meanwile, a hatless Samantha Cameron chose to ignore fashion Wedding protocol, by neglecting (willfully?) to splurge on a spring bonnet.

    April 29th was hailed as a great day for fashion, for one very good reason.

    Kate elected to don a dress by Sarah Burton (Alexander McQueen's House) which - in a nutshell - knocked all the other gal's panty hose out of the Abbey.

    The buzz, honestly?

    The petite Princess Letizia of Spain wisely (and tastefully) tossed on a pale pink bandage-strip dress by Felipe Varela and teamed it with matching shoes and a charming cloche hat.

    The epitome of style!

    But, others in her chic league, were few-and-far between.

    Lady Sophie Windsor was a stunnng tony guest who cut a fine swath in a cocktail dress and coat by Giorgio Armani Prive (with exaggerated shoulders and graphic hat).

    Princess Michael of Kent turned Royal heads in a Sophia Loren-style picture hat, Andrea Odicini teal skirt suit, and Vanessa Noel matching shoes.

    Pippa Middleton knocked everyone out when she graced the red carpet with a cowl-necked gown in ivory satin crepe by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen.

    Carole Middleton wisely selected a pale blue Catherine Walker wool crepe coat-dress over a matching silk dress.

    Fashion kudos!

    A Jane Corbett hat, though a tad dramatic, was very flattering none-the-less.

    The Queen was all sweetness-and-light in a sunny yellow gown and dress coat by Angela Kelly.

    Except for the snub aimed at Camilla Parker Bowles which caused a few tongues to wag (more juicy gossip on that tidbit later).

    Camilla, by the way, turned out in lovely hand-embroidered Anna Valentine champagne silk dress and duck egg blue coat.

    I predicted she would in a post a day-or-two ago.

    The Countess of Wessex was relaxed and radiant-looking in a fitted biscuit suit by British designer Bruce Oldfield and did not go un-noticed in the searing glare of the spotlight.

    By the by, when David Beckham first alighted from his gleaming ride, his OBE was affixed to the wrong jacket lapel.

    Some kind fellow (or hottie with a sweet tooth for the soccer stud) must have tipped the sports hero off.

    Unfortunately, for the fashion losers, cynical gawkers were - ready, able, and at-the-ready - to toss tomatoes at those who committed all the typical fashion faux pas.

    Spoil sports!

    Off with their heads


    Should I be a modern woman & kiss Harry?

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Los Angeles Times Festival of Books...Jamie Lee Curtis & Rainn Wilson on stage today! Bookworms descend on USC!


    Jada Pinkett Smith @ Festival of Books!

    A few weeks ago, I posted a feature on the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, which is an annual event book-lovers look forward to with great anticipation each year.

    Post: 04/06/2011
    Fortunately, school children from Orange County tweeted me this week, which jogged my memory at the 11th Hour.

    Yes, kids!

    You will see me at  Book Fair tomorrow strolling around USC campus with my eye out for bargains and news scoops to report on at "The Tattler".

    Thanks for the reminder, eh?

    For readers at "The Tattler" who may have forgotten that the event runs today (April 30th) thru Sunday (May 1st), I have posted a run-down of the panel discussions and stage events that will be underway as this very post is published on the world-wide-web a few seconds from now.

    See 'ya there, eh?

    Target Children’s Stage

    10:00 AM

    The Okee Dokee Brothers
    Take it Outside

    10:40 AM

    Bob Boyle
    Author of Hugo and the Really Really Really Long String

    11:00 AM

    Mallory Lewis and Lamb Chop

    11:20 AM

    Jamie Lee Curtis
    Author of My Mommy Hung the Moon

    11:45 AM

    Hip Hop Harry
    Party Jams

    12:20 PM

    Tom Lichtenheld
    Illustrator of Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site

    12:40 PM

    Peter Stein
    Author of Cars Galore!

    1:00 PM

    Dallas Clayton
    Author and Illustrator of An Awesome Book!

    1:25 PM

    Disney Junior’s Choo-Choo Soul with Genevive
    Choo-Choo Soul

    2:00 PM

    Marc Brown
    Author of Arthur Turns Green

    2:20 PM

    Nancy Krulik
    Author of George Brown, Class Clown: Super Burp #1
    Katie Kazoo Switcheroo Series

    2:40 PM

    R.L. Stine
    Author of Goosebumps Horrorland: Hall of Horrors

    3:00 PM

    Megan McDonald
    Author of Judy Moody and Stink series

    3:25 PM

    Moona Luna
    PiƱata Party

    4:00 PM

    Lisa Yee
    Author of American Girl Book,Aloha, Kanani

    4:20 PM

    Jarrett J. Krosoczka
    Author and Illustrator of The Lunch Lady Graphic Novel Series

    4:40 PM

    Josh Lewis
    Author of Super Chicken Nugget Boy
    (vs. Ned-Grant and his Eggplant Army)

    5:10 PM

    Justin Roberts & the Not Ready for Naptime Players
    Jungle Gym

    Los Angeles Times Stage

    11:00 AM

    Rainn Wilson
    Interviewed by Amy Alkon
    Author of SoulPancake

    12:10 AM

    Stefanie Powers
    Author of One from the Hart

    1:20 PM

    Jillian Michaels
    Interviewed by Rene Lynch
    Author of Unlimited: How to Build an Exceptional Life

    2:30 PM

    Danica McKellar
    Author of Hot X: Algebra Exposed

    3:40 PM

    Alison Arngrim
    Author of Confessions of a Prairie Bitch

    4:50 PM

    Sister Souljah
    Interviewed by Jada Pinkett Smith
    Author of Midnight and the Meaning of Love

    USC Stage

    10:00 AM

    Festival Kickoff with the Trojan Marching Band
    Musical Performance
    Welcome by Los Angeles Times Publisher Eddy Hartenstein
    USC President C.L. Max Nikias

    11:40 PM

    Funny But True Hosted by Prince Gomolvilas
    Storytelling-Based Performance

    12:50 PM

    Greg Johnson Quartet
    Jazz Performance

    2:00 PM

    Javon Johnson
    Spoken Word Performance

    3:10 PM

    Rozzi Crane
    Popular Music Performance

    4:20 PM

    Second Nature Improv
    Comedic Performance

    5:30 PM

    Bear Attack
    Popular Music Performance

    Cooking Stage

    11:00 AM

    Erin McKenna
    Author of BabyCakes Covers the Classics
    Cooking Demonstration

    12:30 PM

    Graham Kerr
    Author of Growing at the Speed of Life
    Cooking Demonstration

    2:00 PM

    Bob Blumer
    Author of Glutton for Pleasure
    Cooking Demonstration

    3:30 PM

    Laurie David & Kristin Uhrenholdt
    Authors of The Family Dinner
    Cooking Demonstration

    YA Stage

    11:00 AM

    Brave NewWorlds: Writing the Unreal
    Andrew Smith, Allyson Condie, Laura McNeal, Tom McNeal
    Aaron Hartzler

    12:30 PM

    Smells Like Teen Spirit: Young Adult Fiction
    Lisi Harrison, Joanna Philbin, Elizabeth Eulberg, Abby McDonald
    Aaron Hartzler

    2:00 PM

    The Practical & the Powerful: Writing Fantasy or Keeping it Real
    Robin Benway, Gayle Forman, Gennifer Choldenko, Allen Zadoff
    Cecil Castellucci

    3:30 PM

    Picture This: Graphic Novels
    Kazu Kibuishi, Tracy White, Deborah Vankin
    Aaron Hartzler

    5:00 PM

    A live game show for:
    Lovers of books for teens & tweens

    Poetry Stage

    10:00 A.M.

    Rick Bursky & Majid Naficy read from:
    Death Obscura and Father & Son

    10:30 AM

    Chase Twichell reads from:
    Horses Where the Answers Should Have Been

    11:00 AM

    Daniel Tiffany reads from:
    Privado and The Dandelion Clock

    11:30 AM

    Annie Finch reads from:
    Among the Goddesses: An Epic Libretto in Seven Dreams

    12:00 PM

    Terese Svoboda reads from Weapons Grade

    12:30 PM

    Amy Newlove Schroeder & Dorothy Barresi read from:
    The Sleep Hotel and American Fanatics

    1:00 PM

    Beckian Goldberg & Sarah Maclay read from:
    Reliquary Fever: New and Selected Poems and Music for the Black Room

    1:30 PM

    Dana Levin reads from Sky Burial

    2:00 PM

    Henri Cole reads from:
    Pierce the Skin: Selected Poems (1982—2007)

    2:30 PM

    Ed Roberson reads from:
    To See the Earth Before the End of the World

    3:00 PM

    Craig Santos Perez reads from:
    From Unincorporated Territory {Saina}

    3:30 PM

    Carol Muske-Dukes Hosts Various Poets reading from:
    Crossing State Lines: An American Renga

    4:00 PM

    Laure-Anne Bosselaar reads from A New Hunger

    4:30 PM

    Atsuro Riley reads from Romey’s Order

    5:00 PM

    Ellyn Maybe and Her Band perform from:
    Rodeo for the Sheepish and Other Works

    Etc. Stage

    10:00 AM

    Student Author Panel:
    A reading, discussion and signing with students ages 6-18

    11:00 AM

    Dime Stories
    Three-minute stories read by Various Artists

    12:00 PM

    Imagine Ireland
    A selection of non-fiction writers from:
    Ireland by Molly McCloskey and Brian Dillon

    1:00 PM

    Murphy’s Flaw
    Blue Grass Musical Performance

    2:00 PM

    Brand X LA Unheard Presents Young Hunting
    Musical Performance

    3:00 PM

    The Hero Complex Presents Quizzam! Hosted by Geoff Boucher
    Comics Trivia Contest

    3:30 PM

    Andrew Breitbart in Conversation with Robin Abcarian
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    4:00 PM

    Zack Cole
    Musical Performance

    5:00 PM

    PEN Center USA
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    Discover the World

    11:00 AM

    Irish Writers Sara Berkeley and Peter Sirr

    Poetry Readings

    12:00 PM

    Korea Presents Ji Yoon Jay Lee Byung Sang
    Traditional Korean Musical Performance

    1:00 PM

    Israel Presents:
    “Israel in Los Angeles A bond between communities”
    Video Presentation

    2:00 PM

    Irish Writers Mary O’Donoghue and Kevin Power
    Fiction Readings

    3:00 PM

    Korea Presents Kim Eung Hwa Dance Academy
    Traditional Korean Dance Performance

    4:00 PM

    Los Angeles Times Presents Don Bartletti
    My Camera as Witness to a Non-Fiction World

    Hoy Stage

    10:00 AM

    Welcoming Celebration

    11:00 AM

    STAR Program
    Dance Performance

    12:00 PM

    Mariachi Cielo Nuevo
    Musical Performance

    1:00 PM

    Hoy Spanish Spelling Bee Finals
    Category 1

    2:00 PM

    Salt Petal
    Musical Performance

    3:00 PM

    A Vivir Bien
    Panel Discussion

    4:00 PM

    Rock STAR
    Musical Performance

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