Cengkareng, December 13th 2016
Cengkareng – PT Garuda Maintenance Facility AeroAsia (GMF) collaborate with Cranfield University, UK conduct a seminar & workshop named “Product Service System” at The Hangar 4, Soekarno Hatta International Airport on 13th to 14th of December 2016. The Seminar was attended by practitioner from PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) Tbk., Citilink and lecturer from various university across the nation. According to President & CEO of GMF AeroAsia, Juliandra Nurtjahjo, this event conducted as GMF’s Corporate Social Responsibility program on educational sector.
“We’re expected this event brings advantages in developing our human resources as well. Through this event, GMF also contributed in science flourishing especially in aviation industry” said Juliandra. Brings Product Service System as the theme of the seminar, Cranfield University who’s owned the biggest alumnus of master engineering in United Kingdom, hoped can enhance effectivity in managing capacity, capabilities and resources. In addition to Juliandra, GMF is a proud partner. “With its reputation, Cranfield gives a hand for GMF to developing educational sector through knowledge sharing methods” he said.
The speaker at the event is Tetsuo Tomiyama whom is a professor in Life Cycle Engineering at Cranfield University. He’s been awarded to Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit for leading researcher in Master University of United Kingdom. Dr. Benny Tjahjono is also took part in the seminar. The attendee not only come from Garuda Indonesia Group but also lecturer from eight leading universities across Indonesia who’ve been cooperated with GMF such as University of Indonesia, Bandung Institute of Technology, Gadjah Mada University, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, Sebelas Maret University, Suryadarma University, Trisakti University and Adisutjipto Collage of Technology.
Besides this event, GMF also has another educational responsibilities programs. GMF has been cooperated with academic institution for human resources, scholarship and public visit to educate people about aircraft maintenance and aviation.