BNN Destroyes 13 Million PCC Pellets in Semarang

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, December 04 2017 - 13:00 IWST

Kepala BNN, Komjen Pol Budi Waseso (Foto Ist)
Kepala BNN, Komjen Pol Budi Waseso (Foto Ist)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Semarang - The National Narcotics Agency (BNN) secures 13 million PCC (Paracetamol Caffein Carisoprodol) ready-to-go factories located at Jalan Halmahera Raya, Semarang City, Central Java.

Head of BNN Komjen Pol Budi Waseso in Semarang, Monday (4/12/2017) said the factory in Semarang it produces up to millions of grains per week.

In the disclosure, the police arrested Djoni, the owner of the factory which is the rented house.

In addition, the owner of capital named Sri Anggono from Tasikmalaya, West Java was also arrested.

"With that much production, net profit earned reached Rp2, 7 billion per month," he said.

He asserted the perpetrators get big money from the destructive results of Indonesia's generation.

PCC factory itself already has its own market.

"This illegal product is marketed to Kalimantan region," he said.

He revealed it took about five months of reconnaissance to dismantle this network.

He called this network is not a new player considering the process of mixing and its production has been experienced.

"This includes professional industry, the production room is designed to be soundproof so that the surrounding environment is unaware," he said. (Ant)

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