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PT Central Proteinaprima (CP Prima), the world’s largest shrimp farm, will spend up to $242 million to revitalize two of its huge shrimp farms—PT Wachyuni Mandira and PT Aruna Wijaya Sakti (formerly PT Dipasena Citra Darmaja)—in Lampung Province, Sumatra.
 
CP Prima acquired Dipasena in May 2007 after the government announced that the farm could not pay its debts to the state.  The farm first got into trouble following the country’s financial crisis in 1998.  Dipasena, renamed Aruna Wijaya Sakti, resumed operations soon after being acquired by CP Prima.  The revitalization, which will include the refurbishing of machinery and the reopening of abandoned ponds, will be conducted in stages through the middle of 2009.
 
On December 4, 2007, Gunawan Taslim, CP Prima’s chief financial officer, said, “The revitalization program for Wachyuni Mandira will be completed by the end of this year, while that for Aruna Wijaya Sakti will begin in January 2008 and will be completed within 12 to 16 months.”  Taslim said that both farms have hatcheries, ponds, feed mills, processing plants and power plants.  In November 2007, their combined monthly production of shrimp from 76,000 hectares of ponds increased to 1,479 tons, from 705 tons in May 2007.
 
CP Prima also owns PT Central Pertiwi Bahari, another huge shrimp farm in Lampung Province.
 
To concentrate on its core shrimp business, CP Prima sold its poultry feed plant in Semarang, Central Java, for $11.6 million to affiliate PT Charoen Pokphand Indonesia in exchange for a five-million-dollar shrimp feed mill and $6.5 million in cash.
 
CP Prima’s assets have more than doubled to $842 million from $343 million in 2006.
 
Taslim said that CP Prima booked $20 million in net profit during the first nine months of 2007, almost 27 percent higher than the $15.7 million recorded in the same period of 2006.
 
In 2007, the company’s January-September net sales reached $452 million, up 15 percent from $394 million in the same period of 2006.
 
CP Prima expects revenues of $702 million in 2007 and a net profit in the region of $36 million.
 
“We expect to book $1.1 billion in revenues in 2008,” Taslim added.
 
Google Earth: If you have Google Earth (free, but you must download it from Google’s website, http://earth.google.com) installed on your computer, you can view the above farms in incredible detail.  Type “Sumatra” into the search box in the upper left-hand corner of Google Earth’s home page and hit return.  The island of Sumatra will fill your screen.  Use the controls in the upper right hand corner of the map to zero in on the southeast coast, which will be in the bottom right hand corner of your screen.  I guarantee that you will be absolutely amazed by what you see—huge shrimp farms along the entire 200-mile coast.
 
Sources: 1. Jakarta Post.  CP Prima Earmarks $242m to Up Performance.  ADT.  December 5, 2007.  2. Bob Rosenberry, Shrimp News International, December 14, 2007.
 
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