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Unleashing Maritime Industry in Indonesia, ITS Cooperates With Australian Cooperation

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The rector of ITS Prof Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari M Eng and President Director of PT CBC Indonesia I Putu Satria Ascita Jaya signed the MoU of cooperation

ITS Campus, ITS News – Indonesia is an archipelago state which has the potential to be the world’s maritime axis, but the potential for existing modernism has not been assessed optimally. To help develop the maritime industry and employment in Indonesia, the Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) is working with PT CBC Indonesia by signing MoU, Friday (9/8), in ITS rectorate building.

PT CBC Indonesia is an overseas company in the field of shipping manufacturing which is developing in Indonesia. The core business of this Australian company is in manufacturing and engineering.

I Putu Satria Ascita Jaya, as the President Director of the company stated, the signing of this MoU is an entry point to carry out the next steps in ITS cooperation with the company. Through this cooperation, an internship program will be held for eight weeks in Jakarta.

PT CBC Indonesia visits Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember in the signing of the MoU for cooperation in ITS rectorate building

“The Program will be held before graduation to give an understanding of business, product applications, etc,” said the alumnus of ITS. So hopefully ITS students can know the potential of what could be developed from the company. The company has 72 employees and plans to recruit hundreds of workers again from Indonesia.

ITS rector Prof Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari M Eng said this program is planning to aim ITS students with scholarships. Also, the program not only targets departments related to the maritime industry, but also other departments such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, business management, etc.

Hopefully, the company gets the great employees from students who graduate from various departments at ITS either undergraduate, masters, and vocational school. “Time for recruitment was too long and the funds were too big. But if students were educated early, it will be more effective” said the rector who is familiarly called Ashari.

In addition, said the professor of Departement of Electrical Engineering, the benefits will be felt by many parties both students, corporations, and ITS itself.

Currently, PT CBC Indonesia has spread in various areas such as Balikpapan, Cilegon, Papua, Kalimantan, Surabaya, and so on. This collaboration is recognized as one of the company’s contributions to Indonesia. “It is expected that the company is growing rapidly and controlled by Indonesian people,” said Ashari. (vi/rev/ITS Public Relations)

ITS Rector is Prof Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari M Eng (five from left) along with ITS leader and PT CBC Indonesia

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