Jakarta, 7th April 2017 – Schindler, a leading global elevator and escalator company, today announced the opening of its largest Integrated Knowledge Center in Southeast Asia, incorporating state-of-the-art training facilities to their 4,000 meter square office building in Puri Indah.
Schindler demonstrates its commitment to the training and development of its workforce in Indonesia with setup of the Training Centre branded as Schindler’s Knowledge Center. The Knowledge Center is equipped with 3 training shafts, 9 training rooms and various training simulators to cater to the training needs of its 800 employees.
The trailblazing ‘Knowledge Center’ is a one-of-a-kind place to encourage employees to continuously develop their personal skills and professional competency, in view of the need to adapt constantly to the changing operating environment.
Schindler has also integrated several innovative break-out areas more commonly seen in Startup workplaces in the design of its new office. The fun and open spaces promotes a working environment with a focus on collaboration and team spirit.
‘Our new headquarters in Jakarta with its incorporated Knowledge Center provides a platform for us to grow fast and offer better quality services to our customers,’ explains Willis Phua, President Director of PT Berca Schindler Lifts.
“Investing in human capital is extremely important in order for a business thrive in today’s marketplace,” said Murdaya W Poo, Chairman of Central Cipta Murdaya Group, and shared holder of PT Berca Schindler Lifts. “Schindler Knowledge Center is a great opportunity for us to scale up and deliver many capable technician, installer, and everything needed to build up the real estate industry.”
PT. Berca Schindler Lifts – the Home of Schindler in Indonesia
PT. Berca Schindler Lifts (BSL) was established in 2000 as a joint venture between Central Cipta Murdaya Group and Jardine Schindler Group. BSL is headquartered in Jakarta and designs, engineers, installs, maintains and modernizes elevators, escalators and moving-walks throughout Indonesia.