Jakarta, Media www.rajawalisiber.com – The Hemera International Consortium with LG International and Eone Laboratories finally failed to realize the promise to build a Covid-19 detection laboratory in Indonesia. Until now, there has been no official statement from the consortium led by Malaysian businessman Justin Liem Hwa.
However, the collaboration between LG International and Eone laboratories as a Beosewoon reagent supplier continues even without the international Hemera Consortium. The progress of the collaboration that the Hemera Consortium had initiated with PT. Angkasa Pura II regarding the operation of the Lab at Terminal 3 of Soetta Airport, before finally the stag in November 2020 seems to be continued by LG and Beosewoon.
Whereas AP II was represented by Operational Director Yoserizal and Ayuni at that time gave a green light signal for the Hemera Consortium. Somehow it finally failed to continue so it was continued by LG International.
This was confirmed by the former Administration Manager Hemera who is currently recruited and worked for LG International, Puput Grata. Through WhatsUp catting, Puput said that LG International together with FarmaLab served compulsory PCR tests at terminal 3 of Soekarno Hatta Airport, Cengkareng, Jakarta.
“LG is already operating in terminal 3 of Soetta airport with Farma Lab,” answered Puput, via WhastUp, Wednesday (7/4/21)
Meanwhile, Vice President of LG International for Indonesia, Mr. Min Choi when confirmed, until this news was revealed, has not yet given an answer.
Apart from Soekarno Hatta, another progress made by the Hemera Consortium by LG International and Beosewoon is the cooperation in the development and operation of the lab with Padjajaran University, Bandung. The collaboration aims not only for covid-19 tracing but also for campus research and resetting. The communication and offer of the Hemera Consortium at that time was through GM AP II Semarang, General Hardi
“We have communicated with the Unpad leadership and they have invited the Hemera consortium to come to Bandung,” said General Hardi in Jakarta, at that time.
As reported, at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was declared officially hit Indonesia in February 2020, the international Hemera Consortium suddenly issued a press release stating that it would build and operate a PCR laboratory in Indonesia with the capacity of 4000 specimens per day.
Construction of the lab with an investment of $ 5 million US dollars is planned to be completed in 10 weeks, involving LG international as a supplier of lab equipment and E0ne Laboratories which provides Beosewoon Reagent Test Kit. However, until now, not one lab that they promised has been realized.