Ir. Elia Oey, M.Eng., M.Sc.

Ir. Elia Oey, M.Eng., M.Sc.

Elia Oey earned her Master of Engineering in “Industrial Engineering & Management” from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand in 1994 and was awarded “Eishiro Saito” Award for Outstanding Female graduates. She studied again and earn Master of Science from TU Delft, The Netherlands in “System Engineering & Policy Analysis”.

She has about 15 years of experience mostly in Supply Chain Management. Her last corporate track was with Nestle Indonesia as AVP Demand & Supply Planning Dairy. She also earns Certified Supply Chain Professionals (CSCP) in 2011 from APICS.

She is now faculty member in Binus Alam Sutra in International Business & Management, teaching Operation Management, Global Supply Chain Management, and Cross cultural management.

Case Document

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[CASE STUDY] PT SUMMARECON AGUNG TBK: THE CONSTANT PURSUIT OF CROWN JEWEL

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[CASE STUDY] STOCK-OUT!

[CASE STUDY] JALES VEVA JAYA MAHE: A CASE OF INDONESIA FISHERY SUPPLY CHAIN

The case is about Fishery Supply Chain in Indonesia. Being the largest archipelago in the world, Indonesia has a tremendous opportunity in its marine and fishery sector. With the President Joko Widodo’s direction in stressing the importance of Indonesia’s fishery and the breakthrough policies set by his minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Mrs. Susi Pudjiastuti, Indonesia Fishery industry has entered an interesting era.

Yet, fishery supply chain is not easy. It has its own challenges despite tremendous opportunity to add value for all the stakeholders along the chain. The ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries has set some high level policies that should be a good base for improving the fishery industry in strategic level. To materialize the benefits, it must be followed with a good supply chain analysis and initiatives.

[CASE STUDY] PT NESTLÉ INDONESIA: CREATING SHARED VALUE FOR INDONESIAN COFFEE FARMERS

The case is about how Nestle Indonesia implemented itsCSV initiatives to the rural areas where its factories located. The case uses Nestle coffee factory in Panjang, Lampung as the background setting, and how Nestle helps the coffee farmers in Lampung to support its raw material needs (domestic and export) while guiding the farmers in making a profitable farming.

Coffee is also the 2nd important commodity in the world, with Indonesia coming 4th as coffee exporters. The supply of coffee comes from small scale farmers with limited resources while demand opportunity is attractive with possibility for different market segments. Indonesia’s coffee industryhas its own drawback with limited resources in term of farmers’ knowledge on good agricultural practice, farmers’ financial strength, and inherited old trees.