Indonesian Ambassador Breaks Fast with Sime Darby Plantation’s Indonesian Workers

Carey Island, Selangor, 4 June 2018 – Indonesian Ambassador to Malaysia, His Excellency Rusdi Kirana today spent the evening breaking fast with about 200 Indonesian workers employed by Sime Darby Plantation Berhad (SD Plantation). The event, held at Sime Darby Plantation Academy in Carey Island, was part of the Ambassador’s initiative to meet with migrant Indonesian workers in Malaysia and to engage with them.
 
Earlier in the afternoon, staffs from the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur also spoke to the workers on the embassy’s consular services as well as matters relating to the labour force. A passport renewal exercise was also conducted by the immigration unit as an added convenience to the workers.
 
Sime Darby Plantation Berhad, the world’s largest producer of Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO), currently employs more than 17,000 Indonesian workers in its estates and mills throughout Malaysia. Its workers’ benefits include housing, provision of tools and equipment, subsidised water, free medical service and insurance, supply of cooking oil and rice, monthly mobile phone top-up credits and many more.
 
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