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Strategi Pengembangan Sentra OVOP IKM Keumamah Lampulo Menggunakan SWOT dan QSPM Muhammad Akbar Fauzi; Friesca Erwan; Hasan Yudie Sastra; Uswatun Hasanah Nura
Jurnal Optimalisasi Vol 8, No 1 (2022): April
Publisher : Universitas Teuku Umar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35308/jopt.v8i1.5283


One Village One Product (OVOP) merupakan salah satu strategi pengembangan potensi produk unggulan Industri Kecil dan Menengah (IKM). Di Provinsi Aceh, OVOP Banda Aceh merupakan pilot project yang dilaksanakan untuk membentuk sentra-sentra unggulan IKM, salah satunya adalah Sentra OVOP IKM Keumamah yang berlokasi di Kelurahan Lampulo, Kecamatan Kuta Alam, Banda Aceh. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi alternatif strategi pengembangan industri yang diterapkan di Sentra IKM Keumamah Lampulo menggunakan SWOT dan menentukan strategi prioritas pengembangan industri menggunakan matriks QSPM. Dari hasil penyusunan matriks SWOT diperoleh tujuh alternatif strategi pengembangan industri diantaranya adalah mempertahankan kualitas dan mempromosikan produk, meningkatkan SDM, membentuk tim pemasaran, pembentukan paguyuban (organisasi sosial), menetapkan harga produk yang bersaing, negosiasi harga bahan baku dengan pemasok secara win-win solution, menggunakan alat produksi yang inovatif dan tepat guna, menciptakan inovasi produk. Sedangkan hasil penyusunan matriks QSPM diperoleh bahwa strategi pengembangan industri yang diprioritaskan adalah membentuk paguyuban (asosiasi) dengan nilai TAS 6,340.
Analyzing the Vibration Exposure to the Safety and Health at Workplace: A Case in the Urea Granulation Unit of the Fertilizer Factory Muhammad Taufiq; Iskandar Hasanuddin; Mohd Iqbal; Friesca Erwan
Jurnal Optimasi Sistem Industri Vol. 20 No. 2 (2021): Published in November 2021
Publisher : The Industrial Engineering Department of Engineering Faculty at Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (886.347 KB) | DOI: 10.25077/josi.v20.n2.p115-124.2021


This study aims to evaluate the vibration exposure experienced by workers in the Urea Granulation Screen Unit (UGSU) at the fertilizer factory in Aceh, Indonesia. This study involved 30 labors in charge as operators, mechanical maintenance officers, electrical maintenance officers, instrument maintenance officers, and inspectors. The measurement of vibration was carried out using a Triaxial Accelerometer with Integral Magnet and shows that the vibration exposure on the factory floor of the urea granulation screen unit occurs vertically with a minimum value of 0.298 m/s2 and a maximum of 1.630 m/s2. According to ISO 2631-1:1997, the maximum vibration values that occur are categorized as a likely health risk zone and result in uncomfortable reactions to the workers. Furthermore, this study analyzes the effect of vibrations on musculoskeletal problems using a Nordic Body Map (NBM) questionnaire. It reveals that the average score of musculoskeletal complaints is 71.6, which defines a high degree of pain. The results of the NBM questionnaire also showed that the vulnerable part of the body which experienced musculoskeletal complaints is the knee. The result of vibration exposure on this body part shows the highest value of 3.437 m/s2. To minimize occupational diseases and accidents, it is necessary to manage a working system that takes into account legal standards, ideal working time, and working shifts in the work area.
A FORECASTING OF THE NEELAM PERFUM PRODUCTION USING THE SARIMA METHOD TO MEET THE EXPORT DEMAND (CASE STUDY: ARC USK) Raihan Dara Lufika; Syahriza Syahriza; Didi Asmadi; Edy Fradinata; Friesca Erwan; Riski Arifin; Longga Nabila
Publisher : Universitas Putera Batam

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33884/jrsi.v7i2.5505


The rapid development of industry in Indonesia has resulted in many companies and business actors starting to contribute to international market competition. Planning for finished product requirements is one of the important points for companies in making strategies in the business world so that companies are able to compete in the market. ARC USK is one of the leading research centers in Aceh that has produced commercial patchouli products, one of which is the Neelam Parfum product. The problem faced by ARC USK at this time is that the need for the amount of export production of Neelam Parfum itself cannot be determined with certainty, this is because ARC USK has never exported Neelam Parfum products and so far only distributes it domestically so that the amount of commercial production is only made for meet the needs of the domestic market. This study aims to create an export production schedule for Neelam Parfum using the SARIMA method and determine an implementation strategy to maximize production activities for Neelam Parfum ARC USK. Data processing is carried out using data on the number of Neelam Parfum export production targets for 2020-2021 with the help of the Eviews10 software. The validation process for forecasting is carried out using MAPE calculations. The results showed that the MAPE value was 21.334%, based on these results the forecasting of 12 periods in 2022 using the selected SARIMA model can be used and there are 9 implementation strategies that have been approved by ARC USK for export production activities of Neelam Parfum.
AMWALUNA (Jurnal Ekonomi dan Keuangan Syariah) Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Univeristas Islam Bandung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (196.986 KB) | DOI: 10.29313/amwaluna.v5i1.5926


Indonesia is a region that has the largest Muslim population in the world. It is a promising market opportunity to develop the Indonesian Islamic capital market. This study aims to analyze public company performance in determining the quality of sharia stocks. This study used the secondary data in historical data, namely the annual financial statements in 2017 and 2018. Meanwhile, the sample used in this study is 30 sharia stock issuers registered in the Jakarta Islamic Index. The analytical method used is the Piotroski F-Score. The study results found that there are four sharia stocks with perfect financial conditions, twenty five sharia stocks with moderate financial conditions, and one sharia stock whose financial conditions were relatively weak. This study also shows that the Piotroski F-Score method can identify Islamic stocks’ quality in the Indonesian capital market
Experimental Design of Lip Moisturizer as a Patchouli-Based Innovation Product Friesca Erwan; Syaifullah Muhammad; Raihan Dara Lufika; Eva Oktaviana; Nadiatul Azizah; Elza Badriati Miftah; Fathan Mubin; Luthfiah Zahra Larosa; Siti Hajar
Journal of Patchouli and Essential Oil Products JOURNAL OF PACTHOULI AND ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCT : VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1 (JUNE 2022)
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (277.428 KB) | DOI: 10.24815/jpeop.v1i1.23748


Patchouli oil, a type of essential oil, is one of Indonesian’s non-oil and gas export commodities accounted for one of the sources of Indonesian foreign exchange. Patchouli alcohol is commonly used in the cosmetic and perfume industries as well as the fragrance ingredient in the household products, one of which is used in lip moisturizer product. Lip moisturizer is a cosmetic product that was created with the similar essence of lipstick saves for its colorless in nature hence the translucent appearance. As a moisturizer, lip moisturizer can be used to moisturize the lips to avoid dry and chapped lips. Producing lip moisturizer involves four steps of formulation, which are mixing the solid components, mixing the liquid components, mixing of both the solid and liquid components, and adding the active substances and the patchouli oil. The study conducted two times of experiment, and it can be concluded that the second experiment can be used for lip skin. The execution of the test was based on the stability and homogeneity tests that meet the terms and conditions that have been set.
Evaluation of Physical Quality of Patchouli Oil (Pogostemon cablin Benth.) Body Butter Formulation Nadia Isnaini; Khairan Khairan; Meutia Faradhilla; Elly Sufriadi; Binawati Ginting; Vicky Prajaputra; Friesca Erwan; Raihan Dara Lufika; Syaifullah Muhammad
Journal of Patchouli and Essential Oil Products JOURNAL OF PACTHOULI AND ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCT : VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1 (JUNE 2022)
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (135.546 KB) | DOI: 10.24815/jpeop.v1i1.23762


Patchouli oil (Pogostemon cablin Benth.) has antioxidant and antibacterial activities that can be used as an active ingredient in cosmetic products, such as body butter. Body butter preparations have the highest oil content. Therefore, they usually have the shortest storage period because they can easily damage during the storage period. The study aimed to evaluate the physical quality of patchouli oil body butter formulation in an accelerated stability test process for seven cycles. The formula was tested for its physical stability by organoleptic test, homogeneity, pH, absorption, adhesion, and dispersibility. Preparation evaluation was carried out in each cycle and analyzed using Student's t-test. The evaluation result of body butter preparation showed no significant difference (p 0.05) in the preparation in each cycle. Therefore, it can be concluded that the body butter formulation of patchouli oil was stable during the storage period for ± six months.
Sunscreen Innovation Using Aceh Patchouli Oil Extraction Elly Sufriadi; Suraiya Kamaruzzaman; Putri Athaya Maulida; Ismi Zatya; Intan Mulia Savira; Zulfahmi Zulfahmi; Friesca Erwan
Journal of Patchouli and Essential Oil Products JOURNAL OF PACTHOULI AND ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCT : VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1 (JUNE 2022)
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (182.395 KB) | DOI: 10.24815/jpeop.v1i1.23746


Sunscreen aims to protect the skin from direct sun exposure. This cosmetic product is included in the type of cream. Sunscreen is made from patchouli oil as the main ingredient. The ingredients used in making the sunscreen in each package contain Niacinamide, Avobenzone, Patchouli Oil, Emulgade SE-PE, Cutina GMS SE, Isopropyl Myristate, Dimethicone, Cetiol CC, Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Disodium EDTA, and Aquades (ionize water). The tools used are hot plates, scales, magnetic stirrer, stirring spoons, measuring cups, baking glasses, and pipettes. This sunscreen production method is divided into two phases, namely phase A and phase B. In phase A Niacinamide and Avobenzone are mixed at a speed of 2500 rpm, Temperature 70o C for 15 minutes. In phase B, Phenoxyethanol, Disodium EDTA, and Aquades were mixed at a speed of 2500 rpm, a temperature of 70o C for 15 minutes. The next step is that the two phases are mixed at a speed of 1000 rpm, a temperature of 40o C for 10 minutes until homogeneous, then packaged. The results of the research will be carried out by laboratory tests. The indicators to be tested are organoleptic test, homogeneity test, pH test, cream irritation test and photoprotector activity test. The results of each organoleptic test of sunscreen were white, soft texture, patchouli oil aroma, stickiness on the skin was classified as sticky. Homogeneity test showed homogeneous sunscreen, the test was carried out using glass preparations. A certain amount of cream is applied to the slide and visually observed. This test was repeated three times. The cream pH test was carried out using a pH meter, carried out with a number of creams dissolved in aquades and dipped in a pH measuring instrument. Based on the irritation test, sunscreen does not cause irritation. The test was carried out in vivo, the cream was applied to the back of the hand repeatedly for 3 days to 10 respondents aged 19-22 years.
Jurnal Ilmiah Teknik Industri Vol. 10 No. 3 (2022): Jurnal Ilmiah Teknik Industri : Jurnal Keilmuan Teknik dan Manajemen Industri
Publisher : Program Studi Teknik Industri, Fakultas Teknik Universitas Tarumanagara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24912/jitiuntar.v10i3.22092


This study aims to analyse the actual business process applied in the Capital Investment Agency and One-Stop Licensing Centre of Aceh Province, mainly on issuing a fishery business permit. The institution has established 240 working hours (equivalent to 14,400 minutes) to issue the permit based on the SOP (standard operating procedures). However, a field observation showed that the actual process time exceed up to 600 hours (equivalent to 37,104 minutes). To investigate the gap and analyse the business process activities, this study employs Business Process Improvement (BPI) which consists of phase 1: organizing for improvement, phase 2: understanding the process, and phase 3: streamlining. This study occupies Bizagi Modeler to build and simulate a systematic business process model according to Business Process Modelling and Notation (BPMN). Based on the simulation process, the actual business process resulted 110 activities with total time 37,104 minutes, while the redesign model resulted 72 activities with total time 197.25 working hours (equivalent to 11,835 minutes). The redesign model further measured using devil’s quadrangle and obtained 68.11% efficiency. The efficiency aligns with better flexibility and service quality improvement.
Structural Equation Modeling Analysis of Purchase Behavior of Halal Products Sarika Zuhri; Ilyas Ilyas; Friesca Erwan; Rizki Agam Syahputra; Prima Denny Sentia; Zikra Noprita
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 5, No 1 (2023): February
Publisher : UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v5i1.20170


Indonesia is renowned for being home to the largest Islamic population globally, but the absence of a halal certification logo on products continues to be a cause for concern. For Muslim customers, their basic knowledge of halal ingredients written on the product is the only guide they can be relied on. Hence, it is crucial to understand the essential factors that influence their purchasing behavior regarding halal-certified products. This study uses the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to examine Muslim customers' behavior, as a case study, in Banda Aceh. The TPB questionnaire, including attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, and purchase intention attributes, was distributed online to respondents in the Banda Aceh area using non-probability random sampling. Through Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) methodology and AMOS software, this research reveals a strong correlation between attitude and subjective norm with Muslim customers' purchasing intention. Moreover, purchasing intention shows a strong relationship with purchasing behavior. Consequently, attitude, subjective norm, and customers' intention are the critical factors that influence Muslim customers' behavior when purchasing halal-certified products in Indonesia.