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Korea Maritime & Ocean University Recruits Companies to Utilize Local Workspace in Indonesia

Korea Maritime & Ocean University Recruits Companies to Utilize Local Workspace in Indonesia
Korea Maritime Targeting domestic companies in the offshore plant service industryCreating a workspace within a local government building in JakartaSpurring one-stop, customized support services to expand public-private partnerships in Southeast Asia The Korean Maritime The Jakarta-based workspace was established within the government building of the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (Gambir, Jakarta) on January 9. Opened alongside the KIORCC office, the workspace consists of private and shared offices, meeting rooms, and a reception area.Beyond merely providing a physical space for industrial activities, the workspace will also provide a variety of support measures to facilitate domestic companies’ overseas expansion, including networking with promising local clients and institutions, expert consultation on legal and administrative matters, and more.“We have been supporting companies in the offshore plant service industry in Korea since the opening of the cooperation center in 2019, and we hope that this workspace will help companies conduct local business smoothly and acquire opportunities for overseas expansion,” said Director Jin-seok Oh on the occasion of xx.Companies interested in using the workspace can apply through the KMOUC website. Final selections will be made after the first and second rounds of evaluation. For further inquiries, please contact the BRES Center at kmouc@kmou.ac.kr.Concurrently, the BRES Center is actively carrying out projects, such as domestic and overseas shipbuilding and marine business operations, shipbuilding and marine industry education for the development of the marine industry, and training of overseas local operating personnel and maritime technicians, as well as research and technology development projects through industry-academe-research collaboration.The KIORCC was established in 2019 under the Implementation Agreement for Cooperation in the Offshore Plant Service Industry between the two countries’ Ministries of Oceans and Fisheries. It is managed by the BRES Center of the KMOU with support from the Korean Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries.
2024.05.07

Korea Maritime & Ocean University and Dongil Industries Co., Ltd. Sign Agreement to Nurture and Support Expats

Korea Maritime & Ocean University and Dongil Industries Co., Ltd. Sign Agreement to Nurture and Support Expats
Korea Maritime The Korea Maritime The KMOU held an agreement signing ceremony with Dongil Industries at the university headquarters on the 26th. The ceremony was attended by key officials from both parties, including Dong-geun Ryu, president of KMOU, and Jong-ik Kim, vice chairman of Dongil Industries.On this day, the KMOU and Dongil Industries agreed to jointly operate an industry-academe cooperation model, such as through the advanced human resource development system, to cultivate specialized talent and manage human resources through training at the Sri Lankan branch. They also agreed to operate customized learning platforms in developing countries to promote national interests.Furthermore, in accordance with the agreement, the KMOU will develop and provide support toward educational programs. The university will cooperate in the establishment of a theoretical and practical ability verification system and support the operation of matching programs. The KMOU will also help create a domestic environment necessary for the procurement of the finest overseas talent.In turn, Dongil Industries will establish and operate “Korea Centers” overseas and select local partner organizations to develop courses. In addition, it will strive to develop and operate educational programs on the Korean language, Korean culture, and character development; develop and operate specialized programs for consumers of Busan and the Gyeongnam Marine Equipment Association; and work on risk management and agency cooperation for the operation of industry-academe partnership programs.The KMOU and Dongil Industries have agreed to undertake efforts to improve the productivity of consumers through specialized education and training that is faithful to the basics, and to further create a foundation for securing high-quality talent by operating a sustainable and advanced global workforce bank.Moving forward, the KMOU and Dongil Industries will continue to strive to promote Korea’s national interests and foster competitive talent based on a solid cooperation system.“Securing the right talent for the right country and the right industry is more important than anything else, and building a system is the first step in doing so,” said Dong-geun Ryu, president of KMOU. “The Korea Maritime
2024.05.07

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