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Written by Maizer   
Friday, 11 March 2016

Indonesia needs more human resources qualified to accelerate the development of the industry. Global companies and investors are expected to enhance human resource capabilities along with capital flow that kept coming into the country. Minister of Industry Saleh Husin revealed it when receiving the Kansai Economic Federation (Kankeiren), Japan Ministry of Industry, Jakarta.

 

Economic organizations and the business delegation was led by Chairman Kankeiren, Shosuke Mori, who is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc. Kankeiren an economic organization which now has 1300 members consisting of the service industry, manufacturing, higher education and the business community. Association in the Kansai region includes six prefectural (provincial equivalent) and established since 1946.

 

Since 1980, this organization has been diligently training and internships for the HR industry and companies from Indonesia were among the first to be involved in the program. Up to now, Kankeiren continue to conduct similar activities such as training molding and welding (welding) for workers in Indonesia.

 

In February, the Minister of Industry, visited several industrial centers in Japan, including Kankeiren met Vice Chairman Masayuki Matsushita who is also the Vice Chairman of the Board of Panasonic Corporation, Osaka.

 

At this meeting, Kankeiren revealed Indonesia had young people who have the potential to become a skilled workforce. Continue stimulation of the economy and industry, is expected to provide momentum to boost human resource capacity of the industry.

 

Chairman Kankeiren Shosuke Mori pointed out, molding conducted training also involves institutions and associations in Indonesia as Indonesia Mold & Dies Industry Association (IMDIA). He was sure, the rising quality of the workforce will strengthen the competitiveness of Indonesia and the smooth transfer of technology.

 

Japan's Ministry of Industry also expects to invest in the industry helped create added value in Indonesia such as the downstream mining and petrochemical, automotive components industry and the textile industry and textile products. In addition, to the rubber processing industry, food industry and beverage industry medicinal raw materials to meet the needs of the pharmaceutical industry.

 

Japanese delegation also revealed the ability of some member companies Kankeiren process waste into energy. They are also interested in working on this field in Indonesia that energy can be used by manufacturing industries and others.

 

Indonesia needs more human resources qualified to accelerate the development of the industry. Global companies and investors are expected to enhance human resource capabilities along with capital flow that kept coming into the country.

 

Minister of Industry Saleh Husin revealed it when receiving the Kansai Economic Federation (Kankeiren), Japan Ministry of Industry, Jakarta, Tuesday (03/08/2016). Economic organizations and the business delegation was led by Chairman Kankeiren, Shosuke Mori, who is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc.

 

 

Kankeiren an economic organization which now has 1300 members consisting of the service industry, manufacturing, higher education and the business community. Association in the Kansai region includes six prefectural (provincial equivalent) and established since 1946.

 

Since 1980, this organization has been diligently training and internships for the HR industry and companies from Indonesia were among the first to be involved in the program. Up to now, Kankeiren continue to conduct similar activities such as training molding and welding (welding) for workers in Indonesia.

 

In February, the Minister of Industry, visited several industrial centers in Japan, including Kankeiren met Vice Chairman Masayuki Matsushita who is also the Vice Chairman of the Board of Panasonic Corporation, Osaka.

 

At this meeting, Kankeiren revealed Indonesia had young people who have the potential to become a skilled workforce. Continue stimulation of the economy and industry, is expected to provide momentum to boost human resource capacity of the industry.

 

Chairman Kankeiren Shosuke Mori pointed out, molding conducted training also involves institutions and associations in Indonesia as Indonesia Mold & Dies Industry Association (IMDIA). He was sure, the rising quality of the workforce will strengthen the competitiveness of Indonesia and the smooth transfer of technology.

 

Japan's Ministry of Industry also expects to invest in the industry helped create added value in Indonesia such as the downstream mining and petrochemical, automotive components industry and the textile industry and textile products. In addition, to the rubber processing industry, food industry and beverage industry medicinal raw materials to meet the needs of the pharmaceutical industry.

 

Japanese delegation also revealed the ability of some member companies Kankeiren process waste into energy. They are also interested in working on this field in Indonesia that energy can be used by manufacturing industries and others.

 

 

Jepang Turut Perkuat SDM Industri

 

 

Indonesia membutuhkan sumber daya manusia yang makin mumpuni untuk mempercepat pengembangan industri. Perusahaan dan investor global diharapkan turut meningkatkan kemampuan SDM seiring aliran modal yang terus masuk ke Tanah Air. Menteri Perindustrian Saleh Husin mengungkapkan hal itu saat menerima Federasi Ekonomi Kansai (Kankeiren), Jepang di Kementerian Perindustrian, Jakarta.

 

Delegasi organisasi ekonomi dan bisnis itu dipimpin oleh Chairman Kankeiren, Shosuke Mori yang juga merupakan Chairman of the Board of Directors Kansai Electric Power Co Inc. Kankeiren merupakan organisasi ekonomi yang kini memiliki 1300 anggota yang terdiri dari industri jasa, manufaktur, perguruan tinggi dan komunitas bisnis lainnya. Asosiasi di kawasan Kansai ini meliputi enam prefektural (setara provinsi) dan berdiri sejak sejak 1946.

 

Sejak 1980an, organisasi ini telah giat memberi pelatihan dan magang bagi SDM industri dan perusahaan-perusahaan asal Indonesia termasuk yang pertama dilibatkan dalam program tersebut. Hingga kini, Kankeiren terus melakukan kegiatan serupa seperti pelatihan moulding dan pengelasan (welding) bagi tenaga kerja di Indonesia.

 

Pada Februari lalu, Menperin mengunjungi beberapa sentra industri di Jepang, termasuk bertemu Vice Chairman Kankeiren, Masayuki Matsushita yang juga merupakan Vice Chairman of the Board Panasonic Corporation, di Osaka.

 

Pada pertemuan kali ini, Kankeiren mengungkapkan Indonesia memiliki generasi muda yang memiliki potensi menjadi tenaga kerja terampil. Terus bergairahnya perekonomian dan industri, diharapkan dimanfaatkan sebagai momentum mendongkrak kemampuan SDM industri.

 

Chairman Kankeiren Shosuke Mori mencontohkan, pelatihan moulding yang dilakukan juga melibatkan institusi dan asosiasi di Indonesia seperti Indonesia Mold & Dies Industry Association (IMDIA). Dia yakin, naiknya kualitas tenaga kerja bakal memperkuat daya saing Indonesia dan memuluskan transfer teknologi.

 

Kemenperin juga berharap Jepang turut berinvestasi di industri yang menciptakan nilai tambah di Indonesia seperti hilirisasi hasil tambang dan petrokimia, industri komponen otomotif serta industri tekstil dan produk tekstil. Selain itu, ke industri pengolahan karet, industri makanan minuman dan industri bahan baku obat untuk memenuhi kebutuhan industri farmasi.

 

Delegasi Jepang juga mengungkapkan kemampuan beberapa perusahaan anggota Kankeiren mengolah sampah menjadi energi. Mereka juga berminat menggarap bidang ini di Indonesia yang energinya dapat dimanfaatkan oleh industri-industri manufaktur dan lainnya.

 

Indonesia membutuhkan sumber daya manusia yang makin mumpuni untuk mempercepat pengembangan industri. Perusahaan dan investor global diharapkan turut meningkatkan kemampuan SDM seiring aliran modal yang terus masuk ke Tanah Air.

 

Menteri Perindustrian Saleh Husin mengungkapkan hal itu saat menerima Federasi Ekonomi Kansai (Kankeiren), Jepang di Kementerian Perindustrian, Jakarta, Selasa (8/3/2016). Delegasi organisasi ekonomi dan bisnis itu dipimpin oleh Chairman Kankeiren, Shosuke Mori yang juga merupakan Chairman of the Board of Directors Kansai Electric Power Co Inc.

 

 

Kankeiren merupakan organisasi ekonomi yang kini memiliki 1300 anggota yang terdiri dari industri jasa, manufaktur,perguruan tinggi dan komunitas bisnis lainnya. Asosiasi di kawasan Kansai ini meliputi enam prefektural (setara provinsi) dan berdiri sejak sejak 1946.

 

Sejak 1980an, organisasi ini telah giat memberi pelatihan dan magang bagi SDM industri dan perusahaan-perusahaan asal Indonesia termasuk yang pertama dilibatkan dalam program tersebut. Hingga kini, Kankeiren terus melakukan kegiatan serupa seperti pelatihan moulding dan pengelasan (welding) bagi tenaga kerja di Indonesia.

 

Pada Februari lalu, Menperin mengunjungi beberapa sentra industri di Jepang, termasuk bertemu Vice Chairman Kankeiren, Masayuki Matsushita yang juga merupakan Vice Chairman of the Board Panasonic Corporation, di Osaka.

 

Pada pertemuan kali ini, Kankeiren mengungkapkan Indonesia memiliki generasi muda yang memiliki potensi menjadi tenaga kerja terampil. Terus bergairahnya perekonomian dan industri, diharapkan dimanfaatkan sebagai momentum mendongkrak kemampuan SDM industri.

 

Chairman Kankeiren Shosuke Mori mencontohkan, pelatihan moulding yang dilakukan juga melibatkan institusi dan asosiasi di Indonesia seperti Indonesia Mold & Dies Industry Association (IMDIA). Dia yakin, naiknya kualitas tenaga kerja bakal memperkuat daya saing Indonesia dan memuluskan transfer teknologi.

 

Kemenperin juga berharap Jepang turut berinvestasi di industri yang menciptakan nilai tambah di Indonesia seperti hilirisasi hasil tambang dan petrokimia, industri komponen otomotif serta industri tekstil dan produk tekstil. Selain itu, ke industri pengolahan karet, industri makanan minuman dan industri bahan baku obat untuk memenuhi kebutuhan industri farmasi.

 

Delegasi Jepang juga mengungkapkan kemampuan beberapa perusahaan anggota Kankeiren mengolah sampah menjadi energi. Mereka juga berminat menggarap bidang ini di Indonesia yang energinya dapat dimanfaatkan oleh industri-industri manufaktur dan lainnya.

 

 

 
		
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