OCS and Diversey Indonesia Highlight Global FM Trends across Indonesian Industries

Jakarta, 23 April 2024 – OCS Indonesia, a leading facility services and facilities management (FM) provider, joined forces with Diversey, a Solenis company, to spotlight key trends in FM relevant to diverse industries in Indonesia. The event, titled “Global Facilities Management Trends in the 2024 Indonesian Market,” gathered participants including industry experts, leaders, and key account customers of OCS Indonesia.

This inaugural global FM conference in Jakarta featured keynote speakers including Frank Ngoh Koh Fui, President of the Singapore International Facility Management Association (SIFMA); Ricardo Purba, COO of OCS Indonesia; and Karel van Gorp, VP Marketing MEA and APAC/ Global VP Consumer Brands of Diversey.

Moderating the discussions were Andi Saputra, CFO of OCS Indonesia, and Amit Menon, Country Leader of Diversey Indonesia, while panellists included Rafael Jeffry A. Sani from EMC², Mehdi Zaidi from Maxx Coffee & Sunshine Food Group, Fikri Mohammad Hakim from Sanur Special Economic Zone (SEZ), and Baoa Sinaga from OCS Indonesia.

Yohanes Jeffry Johary, Managing Director of OCS Indonesia, emphasised the event’s goal of sharing the latest insights and advancements in the industry. “This event extends the discussions from the Singapore Facilities Management Expert Summit by the SIFMA to our local FM market in Indonesia,” said Jeffry.

“We cover various aspects of FM, addressing global challenges as opportunities. We are thrilled with the insightful discussions, innovative ideas, and shared commitment to improving facilities management in Indonesia,” Jeffry added.

Diversey, a Solenis company, continues to refine its solutions, offering a sustainable range of products, services, and technology. They leverage over 100 years of industry-leading expertise to deliver effective, cost-efficient, and sustainable solutions.

Amit Menon, Country Leader of Diversey Indonesia, highlighted the collaborative spirit driving FM advancements. “Diversey, has been a trusted partner of OCS Indonesia for many years. This collaboration enables us to share insights on green and biodegradable substances and plastic reduction adoption as a key driving force to the FM industry,” said Amit.

Various FM related topics were discussed, ranging from health and safety, wellness, and the circular economy, to technology, innovation, and sustainability. As we wrap up this productive collaboration event, OCS and Diversey in Indonesia remain committed to fostering collaboration, and leveraging insights and connections to drive meaningful change for a more sustainable, resilient, and forward-looking FM industry.