The Directorate General of State Assets (DJKN) under the Ministry of Finance, through KPKNL Jakarta I, is conducting auctions of various electronic devices with low starting prices. The items up for auction range from (PlayStation 5) PS5 and Nintendo Switch gaming consoles to appliances like water dispensers, refrigerators, and washing machines.
“Good news! DJKN is auctioning many electronics with low starting prices through KPKNL Jakarta I,” the DJKN announced on their official Twitter account on Tuesday, October 10, 2023.
Here is the list of electronic items being auctioned:
PlayStation 5 (PS5)
The PS5 (Disc Version JPN) will be auctioned on October 12 at 1:40 PM WIB (Western Indonesia Time). Bidders can participate by being present at the CRR Division, 21st floor of BRI II Building, Jalan P. Sudirman Kav 44-46, Central Jakarta.
The starting auction price for the PS5 is set at Rp 1 million. The Bid Bond (Uang Jaminan Lelang or UJL) is fixed at Rp 400,200, with the deadline for acceptance being October 11, 2023.
An Electrolux front-loading washing machine will be auctioned on October 12, 2023, at 1:35 PM WIB. The auction will take place at the CRR Division, 21st floor of BRI II Building, Jalan P. Sudirman Kav 44-46, Central Jakarta.
The minimum bid for the washing machine is Rp 1 million. The UJL is set at Rp 400,200, and the deadline for acceptance is October 11, 2023.
A multidoor refrigerator branded Aqua will be auctioned on October 12, 2023, at 1:45 PM WIB. The auction will be held at the CRR Division, 21st floor of BRI II Building, Jalan P. Sudirman Kav 44-46, Central Jakarta.
Similar to the washing machine, the minimum bid for the 4-door refrigerator is Rp 1 million. The UJL is set at Rp 400,200, with the deadline for acceptance being October 11, 2023.
32″ Smart TV
A 32″ Smart TV branded Sharp is also part of the auctions conducted by KPKNL Jakarta I. This electronic device will be auctioned on October 12, 2023, at 1:30 PM WIB.
The minimum bid for the digital TV is Rp 500,000. The UJL is set at Rp 200,100, and the deadline for acceptance is October 11, 2023.
A Nintendo Switch HAC-001 CFW will be auctioned on October 13, 2023, at 1:10 PM WIB. Bidders can participate by being present at the CRR Division, 21st floor of BRI II Building, Jalan P. Sudirman Kav 44-46, Central Jakarta.
The starting auction price for the Nintendo Switch is exceptionally low, at just Rp 250,000. The UJL is set at Rp 100,300, and the deadline for acceptance is October 12, 2023.
These five electronic items are being auctioned in their current conditions. For more information and details, you can visit lelang.go.id, as there are many other electronic items being auctioned as well.
Empowering Electronic Auctions in Indonesia
The Directorate General of State Assets (DJKN) in Indonesia is known for its commitment to transparent and efficient auctions of government-owned assets. The decision to auction electronic items like gaming consoles, appliances, and smart TVs with low starting prices aims to provide opportunities for citizens to acquire these items at affordable rates.
Such auctions play a role in reducing waste and ensuring that government assets are put to good use. It also enables the public to benefit from these auctions by acquiring electronic devices that may not have been accessible to them at regular market prices.
Boosting Access to Gaming Consoles
One of the standout items in these auctions is the PlayStation 5 (PS5) gaming console. By offering it at a starting bid of Rp 1 million, the DJKN is making this highly sought-after gaming device more accessible to a wider range of consumers. This move can be particularly beneficial for gaming enthusiasts who may have been looking for an opportunity to own a PS5.
Affordable Appliances for All
In addition to gaming consoles, the auctions feature essential household appliances like washing machines, refrigerators, and smart TVs. By setting the minimum bids at reasonable levels, the DJKN is ensuring that these appliances are affordable for a broader segment of the population. This can positively impact families and individuals who are in need of these appliances but may have budget constraints.
A Step Towards Sustainability
Auctions of government assets, including electronic devices, contribute to sustainable practices by reducing waste and extending the lifespan of these items. Instead of being discarded or unused, these items find new owners who can benefit from them. This aligns with broader efforts to promote sustainability and reduce electronic waste.
Government Transparency and Accountability
The auction process conducted by the DJKN is an example of government transparency and accountability. It provides an opportunity for citizens to participate in acquiring government assets through a fair and open process. This promotes trust and confidence in government initiatives.
In conclusion, the electronic auctions organized by the DJKN offer a win-win scenario for both the government and the public. They allow the government to efficiently manage its assets while providing affordable electronic items to citizens. It’s an initiative that aligns with sustainability goals and reflects a commitment to transparency and accountability in government operations.