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In July 2006, after almost a decade of inactivity, PT Dipasena Citra Darmaja has restarted operations at two huge shrimp farms in Lampung, Sumatra: (1) Wahyuni Mandira and (2) Dipasena Citra Darmaja. With a land concession reported at 180,000 hectares, Dipasena has the potential for becoming the largest shrimp farm in the world.

The new management team at PT Dipasena Citra Darmaja includes:

Rudyan Kopot, President/Director
Dr. Nyan Taw, Senior Vice President of Aquaculture R&D
Wayan Agus Edhy, Operation and Marketing Director

Although the top management is new, the employees and 11,000 farmers have not changed. The two farms have a total of 21,660 individual plastic-lined ponds. Most ponds at Dipasena Citra Darmaja measure 2,000 square meters; those at Wahyuni Mandira, 2,500 m2. The farms were developed under the "nucleus estate" concept, which means Dipasena develops all the infrastructure--ponds, water control structures, hatcheries, feed mills and processing plants--and the farmers manage the growout ponds. They buy their postlarvae and feeds from the company and then sell their crop to the company for processing and export.

In August 2006, Rudyan Kopot, president and director, said that operations have restarted module by module and the target is to complete the reconstruction by the end of 2006. The processing plant, feed mill and hatchery are already operational. The aim is to produce up to 75,000 tons of shrimp a year!

The western white shrimp, Penaeus vannamei, will be the primary species, until disease-free, giant tiger shrimp (P. monodon) become available.

Dipasena, which previously produced 16,000 tons of monodon a year, has been virtually idle following the financial crisis in Southeast Asia in 1998, which led to its takeover by the Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency (IBRA). In 2005, the company was restructured and a new investor, Renaissance Capital Asia, injected $281 million into the farm.

Source: AquaCulture Asia Pacific (Editor/Publisher, Zuridah Merican, email zuridah@aquaasiapac.com, webpage www.aquaasiapac.com). Dipasena Restarts. Volume 2, Number 5, Page 4, September/October 2006.
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