Indonesia Standard Industrial Classification

   

Indonesia Standard Industrial Classification (Klasifikasi Baku Lapangan Usaha Indonesia or KBLI) is one of the standard classification published by the Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) for economic activities. In line with increasingly diverse and detailed of the economic activities development, it is necessary to improve KBLI. In 2015, BPS consummation KBLI through discussion with the working units and related agencies, as well as intensify the socialization of KBLI in the scope of internal and external BPS.

At first KBLI designed for the purposes of economic analysis, decision-making and policy-making. With the increasing importance of the role and use of KBLI, this classification is also used for the determination of the qualifying business activities in the Application for Business License (Surat Permohonan Surat Izin Usaha Perdagangan or SIUP), Company Registration (Tanda Daftar Perusahaan or TDP), and the determination of investment licensing qualification. Therefore, there should have been regulations that used as the basis of the use of kbli in 2015 in the form of Chief Regulation (Perka) BPS. Given the BPS Perka, the classification of economic activities according to business groups in Indonesia are required to refer to the KBLI code 2015.

KBLI 2015 is a refinement of KBLI 2009 Prints III, so KBLI 2015 still refers to the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Rev. 4 published by the United Nations of Statistical Division (UNSD) in 2008 up to the level of 4 digits. At the 5-digit level, KBLI 2015 adapted to the conditions of economic activity in Indonesia.

KBLI 2015 issued in the form Perka BPS Number 95 2015 about Standard Industrial Classification of Indonesia. This Perka is a replacement of Perka BPS Number 57 about KBLI Year 2009. With the publication of Perka BPS Number 95 about KBLI 2015, gradually KBLI 2009, KBLI 2005 and earlier versions, must be abandoned and no longer valid. KBLI 2015 are also prepared to support the implementation of the 2016 Economic Census.