4th Quarterly Meeting and APRI National Conference 2020, December 19th 2020

4th Quarterly Meeting and APRI National Conference 2020, December 19th 2020

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Asosiasi Pengelolaan Rajungan Indonesia (APRI) held the 4th Quarterly Meeting and the 2020 APRI National Conference on Saturday, 19 December 2020 through the Zoom Meeting. The Q4 program was divided into two sessions, namely the webinar and the 2020 APRI National Conference. The webinar session in the morning presented great speakers, Prof. Dr. Ir. Rokhmin Dahuri, MS (KKP) as Coordinator / Advisor for KKP’s HR, Technology and Research Competitiveness and Mrs. Ir. Artati Widiarti, M.A. as Director General of PDSPKP KKP with Moderator Mr. Bambang Arif Nugraha as Secretary General of APRI. In the second Q4 session, namely MUNAS APRI 2020, in this activity, the election of the chairman of APRI for the period 2021-2022 was carried out with deliberations for each representative to get one vote, the APRI National Conference activity was guided by Mohamad Bagus Satria as the head of the activity committee. The Q4 meeting was attended by APRI members and all APRI staff.

The Q4 webinar was preceded by a speech by the Chairman of APRI by Ir. Kuncoro C. Nugroho, with five important points, namely about the first reduction in catches of egg-laying crabs and small crabs <10 carapace widths based on Scientific Research data and the second APRI Enumerator Fishery Improvement Program for 4 consecutive years getting an A, the third enters the second semester of the year 2020 during the pandemic, the sales of pasteurized crabs decreased so that the breeding process of the crabs went well, the four regions of West and East Indonesia still had great potential for developing the people’s economic empowerment of crabs, and fifth, that is the time not to be left behind in developing cultivation technology engineering. Furthermore, Dr. Hawis Madduppa conveyed the development of FIP, document control, and APRI activities for the July-September 2020 period. Hawis said “APRI FIP has received a progress rating A, but APRI continues to strive to increase its value, starting point at 0.04 to 0.77 in 2020, is close to reaching MSC”. The FIP study covers all APRI activities during the 2018-2020 period and through the Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP), APRI continues to strive to keep the crab stock sustainable and sustainable. 28 Indicators are also presented in detail on how APRI can get the maximum value from year to year.

The first speaker in the Q4 webinar session is Prof. Rokhmin Dahuri. Seafood Industry Outlook in 2021 here Prof. Rokhmin Dahuri explained as a whole related to Market (Demand), Production (Suply), Development of Science and Technology, Government Policy, and Global Political and Economic Dynamics. Hope Prof. Rokhmin Dahuri himself is that crabs can enter into superior fishery products. Furthermore, the second speaker in the Q4 webinar, namely Mrs. Ir. Artati Widiarti, M.A. Continuing deeper into the material previously presented with the topic Strengthening the Competitiveness of Crab-Crab Products in the global market, in this material, the crab fishery commodity in the global market and the role of the government in an effort to encourage the competitiveness of crab fishery products in the global market and in collaboration with all parties involved through various document requirements, related to sustainability and traceability at the end of the presentation of material Ed Rhodes (NFI Crab Council) and Phillips (NFI Crab Council) had the opportunity to give their opinion regarding the conditions of crab in terms of customers, here the NFI Crab Council argues that it is very important related to sustainability documents for the competitiveness of a product because the market will assess the sustainability and prove that Indonesian crab meat is also caught in an environmentally friendly manner, one of the Control Document Audit System data. In the discussion session, the participants provided excellent input regarding fisheries sustainability starting from the discussion on crab cultivation and the most interesting thing was about the Control Document Audit System (CDAS) to support traceability from downstream to the final supply chain. Phillips also said that almost 50% of crab meat in America comes from Indonesia, but if it does not have documents related to sustainability, America will not accept the product, which means that the global market for crabs is disappearing.

In the second session, the MUNAS APRI 2020 activity was led by the chief executive Mohamad Baus Satria smoothly and well. This activity begins with the formation of a Formation team to decide who the candidates are entitled to be elected as Chair of APRI for the 2021-2022 Period and in this election Mr. Ir. Kuncoro Catur Nugroho has been elected as Chairman of APRI for the 2012-2022 period as the result of the meeting of Mr. Kuncoro received the full support of all APRI members. At the end of the session, Mr. Kuncoro expressed his gratitude and gave future programs for APRI because in the following years there will be more challenges for the crab fishery so that more preparation must be needed to deal with it. (dic/2020)

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