Saint-Gobain in Indonesia
Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes materials and solutions for the construction, mobility, healthcare and other industrial application markets. Developed through a continuous innovation process, they can be found everywhere in our living places and daily life, providing wellbeing, performance and safety, while addressing the challenges of sustainable construction, resource efficiency and the fight against climate change. This strategy of responsible growth is guided by the Saint-Gobain purpose, “MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER HOME”, which responds to the shared ambition of all the women and men in the Group to act every day to make the world a more beautiful and sustainable place to live in.
2007 - 2010
Mortar Utama Plant (MU)
- Abrasives acquisition by Saint-Gobain
- PT Cipta Mortar Utama established
Mortar Utama Plant (MU)
- Expansion PT Cipta Mortar Utama to retail
- Development of factory area of MM2100 to increase production capacity in Cibitung
- PT Cipta Mortar Utama gained ISO 9001-2000 for Quality Management System
Gyproc first introduced to Indonesia
PT Cipta Mortar Utama acquired PT Prima Rezeki Pertiwi (PrimaCon)
2nd factory of MU Weber in Kawasan Industri Gresik (KIG) – Surabaya fully operational
Mortar Utama MU
- Saint-Gobain Weber joined with Mortar Utama (MU)
The launch of Gyproc plasterboard manufacturing factory in Cikande, Jawa Barat
Third factory area in Kawasan Industri Medan, Sumatera Utara fully operational
Operated the fifth plant at Wijaya Kusuma Industrial Estate (KIW)
Successfully achieved ISO 14001 dan ISO 45001
Ciputra World Surabaya
The Spring Summarecon Serpong
Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes materials and solutions which are key ingredients in the wellbeing of each of us and the future of all. Established in 1665, the group is organized into three business sectors: Construction Products, Innovative Materials, and Building Distribution. Saint-Gobain employs 180,000 people and operates in 67 countries worldwide.
Saint-Gobain strives to be the reference for sustainable habitat. The company sets an exemplary standard for all our processes, products and services throughout their life cycle, setting stringent Environment, Health and Safety objectives to reduce the EHS impacts of the company’s activities which are periodically reviewed for continual improvement.
Saint-Gobain Indonesia is a part of Saint-Gobain Group, the world's largest building material company and one of the world’s 100 largest industrial groups. At Saint-Gobain Indonesia, we believe our people are our greatest asset. Our aim is to ensure that every employee is provided with the opportunity to use their skills and knowledge to make a contribution to the sustained success of the business in Indonesia and, in doing that, to develop themselves and their careers.
We adopt a de-centralized and progressive approach in everything we do including employee personal training and development, reward structures and career progression. Open dialogue and sharing of knowledge is both encouraged and promoted heavily through the use of a wide range of communications vehicles including internal magazines, bulletins and intranets.
We are committed to maximizing the potential of every single one of its employees. Individual and team contributions are recognized and rewarded according to how they contribute to group success. Effective recruitment, active retention, and individual development programs are practised with long term career progression in mind and to ensure we maintain a team of effective, adaptable and well-motivated individuals who will keep the company at the forefront of the construction industry in Indonesia
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