Alumni News Universitas Airlangga Alumni Association Commissariat of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Affairs again contributed through one of the mainstay programs, namely online discussions. This online discussion took the theme of dissecting export documents in fishery businesses. The speaker in this very exciting discussion was Ning Nur Fitriani. This alumni, who is usually called Ning Nunung, is an Alumni of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Affairs, Airlangga University class 2009. Ning Nunung is one of the staff of a well-known fishery product exporter company in Indonesia, namely PT. KML FOOD. “I happened to be one of the staff in the export document section, so I happened to understand a little about export documents, especially documents in the fishery sector,” said Ning Nunung modestly. As many as 30 discussion participants from various professions such as students to import-export practitioners joined.
The online discussion was held on March 21, 2018 from 20.15 to 22.30 WIB moderated by Ning Winarti, a 2012 FPK Alumni. At the beginning of the discussion, the moderator explained the rules of the game, then invited the presenters to provide material, followed by a question and answer session. The material presented consists of:
Requirements must be met a UPI for Frozen Fish Export
What to do before Export
Frozen Fish Export Document Requirements
Payment types in Export
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4.5 years of experience has made Ning Nunung able to explain in detail the needs of export documents. In this discussion, some foreign terms in export documents were also explained so that the participants could understand these terms. During the question and answer session, the participants enthusiastically asked questions. One of the questioners was Cak Royan alumni 2010. Cak Royan asked six questions. This alumnus who is continuing his Master’s degree in Norway asked about the Fisheries Business Permit, Taxpayer Identification Numbers in Fisheries Business, HACCP Certificates and Bonded Zones. Participate in the question and answer session for Cak Andre who is also a practitioner in the field of exporting fishery products.
In her closing statement, Ning Nunung explained that “Export activities are very complicated and can be said to be easy and difficult. Export documents are the same, especially now that there are many regulations that are getting updated to the details of the roots. Must be clear from upstream to downstream. But colleagues, don’t give up, because no matter how difficult it is, everything can be overcome as long as we have the intention, effort and prayer.
Author : Annur Ahadi Abdillah
Editor : Dwi Yuli P.