SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN GLOBAL TRADE AND INDONESIA PROBLEMS
The use of the concept of supply chain management in Indonesia based on the data presented is mainly to collaborate with world-class manufacturers in order to participate in global trade, it is still very lacking and not yet this is due to one sub system with another sub-system still running partially and does not have an intact network. From the data above, Indonesia must improve its infrastructure and human resources more in an integrated manner so that it can join in the big wave of global trade because geographically, Indonesia is in a strategic position in the world trade route. The basic weakness is the high cost of logistics which includes transportation costs, warehousing costs, inventory storage costs, customer service costs and logistical administrative costs when compared to other countries in the Asian region. Another disadvantage is that there are still various infrastructure standards such as ports, highways and air and water transportation networks and other supporting infrastructure. The lack of availability of funds for infrastructure programs, unclear infrastructure development priorities, uncertain legal rules, and inadequate law enforcement make Indonesia's ranking still inferior to other ASEAN member countries.