Kordsa will support 9 students with 3 projects in cooperation with Sabancı University within the scope of the TÜBİTAK 2244 Industrial Doctorate Program. The program aims to use university-industry cooperation to train qualified human resources up to the doctoral degree required in the industry, to encourage the employment of doctoral researchers in the industry and to develop universities’ research infrastructure.
Indo Kordsa participated in the National Career Fair organized by the Indonesian Ministry of Labor. During the fair, Kordsa Reinforcers came together with high school and university students and informed the participants about the tire reinforcement sector and business opportunities at Kordsa.
Kordsa, acquired US-based Axiom Materials. This acquisition of USD 181 million paved the way for Kordsa to be the only worldwide qualified manufacturer of Oxide-Oxide ceramic matrix composites.
For the fourth consecutive year, Kordsa has been listed among the best employers in the Bahia region of Brazil within the “Great Place to Work” competition. The fact that Kordsa has won this award for the fourth year in a row proves how important employees are to Kordsa, how Kordsa reinforces relationships and values its people.
Kordsa successfully completed the environmental management system audits at its tire reinforcement facilities in Chattanooga and received ISO 14001: 2015 certification. The environmental management system certification includes commitments related to the efficient use of energy and natural resources, conservation of biodiversity, and the fight against climate change.
A global player in the tire and construction reinforcement as well as composite technologies markets, Kordsa operates in 5 countries, namely, Turkey, Brazil, Indonesia, Thailand and the US with its 11 production facilities and a 4,500 reinforcer. Kordsa aims to create sustainable value by offering high value-added innovative reinforcement solutions for its customers, employees, stakeholders and communities with a mission to “Reinforce Life.”