Dynapack Indonesia Signed MoU with Prasetiya Mulya University

Dynapack Indonesia officially formed a collaboration with Prasetiya Mulya University that marked by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on November 30, 2016. Prasetiya Mulya University is one of the best business school in Indonesia with it’s commitment to create business practitioners and professional who can meet the qualifications and needs of various industries.

Located at Prasetiya Mulya University, BSD Campus, Tangerang, Banten, the MoU was sign by Prof. Dr. Djisman Simanjuntak, Rector of Prasetiya Mulya University and Mrs. Emmeline Hambali, Chief Shared Services Officer of Dynapack Asia. Also attend to this event Mr. Prasetyo Sudjatmiko – The Chairman of Prasetiya Mulya Foundation, Dr. Ida Juda Widjojo – Vice Rector for External Cooperation, Ms. Deva Dharmapuspa – Supply Chain Associate Director of Dynapack Asia, and Prof. Kunio Yoshikawa, Professor of Tokyo Institute of Technology, who on this occasion presented a waste-to-green products technology.

This collaboration will be realized into two forms. The first will be in education by providing internship program, factory visit and guest lenturer intended for Prasetiya Mulya students. Dynapack Asia group has special attention to education, because it’s believed that education and knowledge is very important and will affect the lives of current and future generations.

“It’s such an honor for us, to work together with educational practitioners to give back to our community in a form that will provide not only an impact today but in generations to come. When it comes to giving back the Dynapack Asia group is especially vested in education as we believe in sharing the seeds of knowledge in the countries in which we operate,” she said in the opening speech.

The next is a collaboration in waste processing technology and optimization of energy conservation. As a plastic manufacturers, Dynapack Asia understand the environmental impacts of waste and very active in all efforts surrounding sustainability.

With this collaboration, we expected to give a great impact to society, through finding the best solution for the environment. Because as what is believed by Prof. Djisman, “We believe, it’s possible to have a zero waste environment, if we applied what science offer to us.”

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