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    Len and ITB Agreed Cooperation in Human Resource and Technology


    BANDUNG-PT Len Industri (Persero) and Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) signed a cooperation on Human Resource Capacity Building, Education, Applied Research and Community Service and Development. The signing was done by Len's Managing Director, Ir. Zakky Gamal Yasin, MM and Rector of ITB, Prof. Dr. Ir. Kadarsah Suryadi, DEA in Bandung, Thursday (28/09/2017).

    Zakky revealed that it needs cooperation with educational institutions to maintain and improve the mastery of the company's technology.

    Kadarsah also stated that in his tenure is targeting its institution can do various cooperation with industry players that can benefit both sides.

    Implementation of this cooperation is planned in the form of exchange of experts, education and training, scholarships, and research and development activities. This cooperation is not the first, before both parties have cooperated in developing telecommunication products and railway signaling.

    ITB is an integral part in the history of the establishment of PT Len Industri. In the past, Len started from a research institute LEN (National Elektroteknika Institute) which was founded by some professors of ITB graduates and located in one of the college laboratory of the Flower City in 1965.

    As a technology-based company, Len constantly innovates and develops products on an ongoing basis to create new products and import substitutes. For that required strengthening in the field of manufacturing, especially in terms of product engineering and process of products that already exist in the market in order to be produced more cheaply.

    Technological development efforts are conducted through cooperation with competent educational institutions, where the development of technology is directed to the goal of technological independence is competitive. (Even)

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