STUDI KELAYAKAN PEMBANGUNAN GALANGAN KAPAL NON BAJA SECARA TEKNIS DI TIKU SELATAN

  • Nurgianto Nurgianto
  • Muhammad Ikhsan
Keywords: Location Feasibility, Market Potential, Facilities, Layout

Abstract

South Tiku Village has adequate land, for the potential of shipping every year in South Tiku increased and not a few also suffered damage, to repair damage to the ship is still traditional and for the production and repair shipyard itself is quite far away from the southern tiku which is about 3 hours travel by land and require more money to get to the shipyard. Judging from the condition of the vast distance of the shipyard, a planned Feasibility of non-steel shipyards is planned to facilitate fishermen and improve the community's economy. By using the Forecasting method (forecasting), and determining the Criteria for eligibility. The results of the planned feasibility location have several aspects of criteria that are met and supported by market potential by reviewing the development of ships 5 years back and forecasting for the next 5 years, for the types of ships that have increased the most, namely Motor GT with forecasting results 1.388% for Multiplication in the future. And facilities and layout of shipyards can be determined, namely Type T which is adequate with location and availability. Because the location is declared worthy of future expectations for the implementation of the RAB Study of the planned shipyard and the construction of the shipyard at the planned location

Published
2019-12-29
Section
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