Sumenep (18/01) - Directors and employees of PT Garam (Persero) planted 1000 trees. This activity is carried out by an internal company located behind the head office of PT Garam (Persero). This step is the company's concern for the environment, especially green open space and as a first step for the development of the Kalianget Old City Area and supports the Sumenep Regency Tourism, Culture, Youth and Sports Office program which is contained in the Regent Decree Number: 188/347 / KEP / 435.012
Wednesday, 11/18, the signing of the MoU between East Java HMPG and East Java DEKOPINWIL was held at the Grand Dafam Hotel Surabaya Hall. In addition to the signing of the MoU, a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) was also held attended by the Deputy for Maritime Resources Coordination of the Indonesian Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Investment, Amailos Chan (Assistant Coordinating Minister for Maritime Resources Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia), Acting Director General of Marine Space Manageme
The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Trunojoyo Madura University and PT Garam (Persero) regarding the Implementation of the Tri Dharma of Higher Education and Improvement of Human Resources. The signing of the collaboration was carried out directly by the Rector of the University of Trunojoyo Madura, Muh Syarif, and the President Director of PT Garam (Persero), Achmad Ardianto.
This collaboration includes education, development and application of science and technology, improvin
Turning 75 years old on October 31, 2020, PT Garam (Persero) conducted Tasyakuran on Monday, November 2, 2020 at the PT Garam (Persero) Hall. Themed "Reborn To Be The Winner", a series of events were held with limited invitations that followed health protocols and were also conducted virtually.
The event was attended by internal as well as stakeholders such as Forpimda and Forpimca. In his speech, the President Commissioner, Eniya Listiani Dewi, hoped that the entire ranks of PT Garam (Per
In this year's production season, PT Garam has many challenges, apart from the effect of the drastic drop in salt prices, pandemic conditions due to Covid-19 also affecting production. This can be felt when the seasonal workforce in Sumenep is hit by a lockdown due to the surrounding environment being affected by the Covid19 virus.
Local regulations that oblige residents not to leave the house (lockdown) are felt by workers in Saronggi. As many as 75 workers are unable to carry out salt product