Civil Engineering and Architecture Vol. 7(3A), pp. 35 - 40
DOI: 10.13189/cea.2019.071306
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Determination of Fisheries Distribution Centers

Setijadi *
Department of Industrial Engineering, Widyatama University, Indonesia


Indonesian fisheries production in 2014 reached 20.72 million tons, consisting of capture fisheries production of 6.72 million tons and aquaculture production of 14.52 million tons. Fish distribution centers are very dependent on the support of the surrounding production areas, especially in the aspects of supply and demand. The distribution center acts as a counterweight to the supply chain system. The distribution center will serve the surrounding areas so that the availability of storage and transportation infrastructure is very necessary to ensure the availability of fish supplies at a stable price for consumers. The study produced recommendations for distribution centers, namely: Medan City, Kab. Anambas, Kab. Indramayu, Kab. Pati, Surabaya City, Mataram City, Kab. Banggai, Makassar City, Bitung City, Ambon City. Sorong City, and Tual City.

Distribution Center, Fish Logistics, Supply Chain

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[1] Setijadi , "Determination of Fisheries Distribution Centers," Civil Engineering and Architecture, Vol. 7, No. 3A, pp. 35 - 40, 2019. DOI: 10.13189/cea.2019.071306.

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Setijadi (2019). Determination of Fisheries Distribution Centers. Civil Engineering and Architecture, 7(3A), 35 - 40. DOI: 10.13189/cea.2019.071306.