The local metal shop has a new source of income: metal pumps.
The owner, a 26-year-old named Darryl, recently got into the pump business, hoping to make some extra cash.
But he’s already been in the business since 2012.
The first pump he made, called a “Jakarta Pump,” was sold for $1,200 at a local scrap yard.
He’s also been making pumps for the local metal recycling program, where he makes sure the metal comes from recycled metal.
It was his first pump, and he’s been making them ever since.
Darryl said he’s had more than 2,000 pump sales in the past two years.
The pump he sold for his first time cost him $1.50.
“My sales are all in Indonesian rupees,” Darryle said.
When he started making pumps in 2013, the market was flooded with cheap imports, including cheap Chinese products, he said.
But the prices started to fall as the market went up, he added.
He said that for every pump sold, he has to sell about 10 to 15 more.
This year, he sold about 100.
The price of one metal pump is about 1,200 Indonesian rupiah ($15).
Darryll said he has a good working relationship with the government, and is willing to work with them.
But he said that the metal recycling programs is not working well.
If we can’t make money, what can we do?””
They’re not doing their job.
If we can’t make money, what can we do?”
The metal recycling is not good enough, and the government should help us,” he added, asking that his full name not be published.
Indonesia’s mining industry has been hit hard by the economic slowdown.
Mining, and other manufacturing, have been hit especially hard by rising global commodity prices, which are hurting the country’s export-driven economy.
A government report released last year said that Indonesia’s manufacturing output was expected to fall by 6.6 percent in 2018, while the manufacturing export market was expected by 7.6 percentage points.
Last year, Indonesia’s industrial production fell by 2.5 percent.