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SembMarine opens 2nd Batam training centre to raise workers' skill levels

Its offshore-platform business unit wants them to be ready for work in the industry's most demanding places
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 05:50

SMOP head Ho Nee Sin says the training centres are working with technical institutions and universities to train the workers.


SEMBCORP Marine's offshore platform business unit SMOP has set up a second welding training centre in Batam, scarcely a year after it invested in the first such centre, aimed at retaining a core group of skilled workers there.

This drive to raise the skills of its Batam

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