PT Pertamina Lubricants Wins Two TOP CSR 2018 Awards

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, October 08 2018 - 02:30 IWST

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Pertamina Lubricants managed to bring home two awards at the TOP CSR 2018 TOP CSR category on Lubricants Business, namely for the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Enduro Student Program and also the TOP Leader on CSR Commitment for PT Pertamina Lubricants President Director, Afandi.

Both awards were received directly by the Corporate Secretary of PT Pertamina Lubricants Fitri Erika and PT Pertamina Lubricants Senior CSR Officer Ahmad Anshori in Jakarta Thursday (04/10/2018).

This achievement again proves the efforts of PT Pertamina Lubricants in delivering CSR programs based on ISO 26000 and transparently touches the CSV (Corporate Shared Value) approach that prioritizes efforts to "share benefits" between the company and its stakeholders.

"For more than 5 years, the company has consistently committed to building CSR programs that have a real impact not only on business development but also on solving the social, economic and environmental problems in which we operate. Enduro Student Program (ESP) is one of our CSR programs that is aligned with business strategy, touching the world of workshop and automotive as well as providing benefits for the community, especially the younger generation of Indonesia, to become an independent two-wheeled workshop entrepreneur. "Fitri Erika said.

Enduro Student Program is an empowerment program for young people in the field of independent entrepreneurship (Entrepreneurship) with the aim of building the enthusiasm of selected students of automotive vocational graduates and techniques for learning about the world of workshop and ultimately can build a two-wheel workshop independently. This program has been run in various regions in Indonesia including Cilacap, Gresik, Lamongan, Blora, Bojonegoro, and Kupang. This program has given birth to more than 28 independent workshops run by young Indonesian children.

Fitri Erika continued, "As a company engaged in the field of lubricants, workshops and mechanics is the pulse of the overall development of the lubricant business. Those who directly touch Indonesian consumers and society. We hope that the Enduro Student Program can continue to have a positive impact on young people and can also contribute to economic and social growth in Indonesia. "

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