Shariah Law in
Shariah Law for non-Food Application
Material to Observe in Halal Assessment
(Ink, Paper, & Printing Machine)
By: Sugeng Endarsiwi
• Halal in Printing Industry
As the name suggests, Halal packaging involves using
Halal certified raw materials for packaging materials
and Halal certified lubricants for:
1. Packaging machinery
2. Printing Machine
3. Cutting Paper and any equipment involved.
The lubricants used in packaging machinery should
strictly avoid the use of porcine stearates.
Packaging Material and Supporting Process:
Printing machine part, Blanket, Washing solvent,
Ink Manufacture, Pigment, Resin, Additive, Equipment,
and Process Manufacture including Supplier material
Paper Manufacture, Material create Paper sheet and
• Meaning Of Halal Haram (Islamic Law)
Halal means lawful.
• In the case of food, most are halal except for
some that are explicitly mentioned in the Al
Qur’an or Hadiths.
Haram is something prohibited by God
• People who deliberately ignore what is not
allowed will face God’s punishment in the life
hereafter. Some even face Islamic law
sanctions in life.
• QS: Al Baqarah (168, 172-173)
• QS: Al Anam (145)
• QS: AL Maidah (3, 90-91, 96)
• QS: Al araf (157)
The Halal packaging market can be segmented on the basis
of end use industry.
• Food Packaging
• Beverages Packaging
• Cosmetics Packaging
• Others Packaging.
• Printing Machine
• Supporting material (washing, Lubricant,
Printing Manufacturer Supplier:
PRINTING INDUSTRY (Manufacturer)
• Industries in the Printing and Related Support
Activities subsector print products, such as:
• business cards
• business forms
• Other materials (Packaging, etc)
• and perform support activities, such as: data
imaging, platemaking services, and
• The support activities included here are an
integral part of the printing industry, and a product
(a printing plate, a bound book, or a computer disk
or file) that is an integral part of the printing
industry is almost always provided by these
• Source: https://www.bls.gov/iag/tgs/iag323.htm
• Act No. 33 of 2014 does not explain further
about the use of goods. These provisions only
state that the goods used are used, used or
utilized by the community.
• That is, the scope is indeed very broad,
ranging from refrigerators, socks, wall paint, ink,
paper, to adult diapers.
• (Complete data on used products that have
been halal certified can be accessed at
• Source: https://halalmui.org/en/goods-use-should-be-
• Endarsiwi, Sugeng is a Printing & Ink Technology Expert with a passion for observed and sharing
information on technical topics. He has over 20 years of industry experience in Printing, including
Printing industrial and Printing Ink technology.
• Graduated School Business & Management (EMBA), JUC, Malaysia.
• Registered as Professional Engineer (Ir.) at The Institution of Engineers Indonesia (PII).
• Holds Chartered Management Association as CMA-HK SAR, Hong Kong
• Study Postgraduate: Leadership & Public Policy Program (MAP) at UEU, Jakarta