The Central Java Logistics and Forwarder Association (ILFA Central Java) continues to improve competence as an effort to improve competitiveness and counteract the threat of foreign workers. One of them is holding a competency test in the logistics sector in the Tanjung Mas port area for heavy transport drivers.
SEMARANG (infolog): Chairman of the Indonesian Logistics and Forwarder Association (ILFA) Central Java, Ari Wibowo said, now they have begun to enter the free trade system.
Not only outside products that flow into the country, but also outside workers began to arrive, especially China, he claimed.
But according to him until now in Central Java, especially in the field of heavy vehicle drivers, no foreign workers have entered. But it is not impossible to slowly or quickly enter Central Java. Do not let local workers only see and be left behind with foreign workers.
“Some have started to equip themselves with Indonesian, including Vietnam and the Philippines,” he said, recently as quoted by Suaramerdeka.com as saying.
With the acquired competencies, human resources will be far more professional and services will certainly be better to give their own satisfaction to managed logistics service companies. (ac)