SORINI AGRO ASIA CORPORINDO, Tbk, PT
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Description of the program:
The Management Trainee Program is designed to provide an unparalleled opportunity for candidates to learn all aspects of sweeteners business, from technical aspects to commercial. The learning program takes form in in-class training, rotation, on the job training & project assignment. Throughout the program Trainees will closely interact with coach & assigned manager to ensure they learn the essential skills: technical, business & leadership.
- Bachelor’s Degree from Chemical Engineering with min GPA: 3.00 from reputable university
- Fresh graduate or professional with 1-2 years of experiences
- Conversant in English, oral & written
- Actively involves in organization / community activity
- Confident and adaptive to the new environment
- Strong interpersonal skill
- Willing to work in Pandaan
If you feel that you can meet the qualification and up to the challenge, please send your complete application (application letter, resume, expected salary and any related supporting documents) and current color photograph at size 4 x 6 cm by clicking button bellow
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About SORINI AGRO ASIA CORPORINDO, Tbk, PT
PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk. (Sorini) is one of the leading producers of sorbitol in the world. The Company was established in Surabaya, East Java in 1983, and today has two starch sweetener factories and three starch plants across the East Java and Lampung provinces in Indonesia.
Sorini’s lineup of products comprises starch and starch derivatives products such as sorbitol syrup and powder, maltitol, dextrose monohydrate, maltose syrup and maltodextrine, which are essential raw materials in the production of consumer goods ranging from food and beverage to cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
Aside from increasing sales in the fast-growing Indonesian market, Sorini also supplies its products to multinational customers in over 70 countries worldwide.
On 28 January 2011, Cargill Foods Indonesia completed acquisition of majority stake in Sorini. With the completion of this transaction, Sorini becomes a subsidiary of Cargill.
Today, with an extended international network and access to its group companies’ know-how and technical expertise, Sorini aspires to sets an example among the industry’s leading practitioners with its focus on safety and the environment, community care, and good corporate governance.