Distribution development is important in supporting the development of food security, especially distribution in areas that have the need for a particular food. Seeing the maritime potential of Indonesia, the distribution of food can be developed by using sea transportation. One type of food that many people need to consume is milk. In addition, for being healthy, milk also has many derivative products such as cheese and yogurt that also have important nutritional content. Supply Chain Management through the sea lane is conducted in two sectors, namely the upstream sector (Inbound) from milk storage to processing plants, and downstream (Outbound) from processing plants to markets. Delivery options are carried out using three conveyance means, i.e. reefer container, reefer tank container for upstream sector, with delivery options through forwardings and shipping lines, and downstream sector only using 20 ft containers with the same shipping options. By using the sea lane, the cooperative has a greater advantage, namely by using the option of 40 ft container, with the services of shipping line. While the processing factory is more profitable by using the services of shipping line for specific route of Surabaya to Denpasar.
Category Bachelor Thesis Title Analysis of Cost Insurance and Freight (CIF) Implementation for Indonesian Export Commodity: A Case Study
Category Bachelor Thesis Title Supply Chain Management of Milk and Its Derivative Products Through Sea Transportation: A Case