O-I Sydney scoops major industry award


O-I Sydney, a leading manufacturer of glass packaging, has won the Manufacturing Industry Award in recognition of their commitment to training within their industry.

The company, which was named 2010 NSW Employer of the Year earlier in year at the 2010 NSW Training Awards, scooped the major industry award at the Australian Training Awards.

O-I manufacturers glass containers for the beer, wine, spirit, non-alcoholic beverage, ready-to-drink and food markets for Australia and Asia-Pacific regions.

They have established a reputation for excellence in quality and service, and leading edge product design.

O-I employs more than 3500 people across the Asia-Pacific region with more than 350 of those employees based at O-I’s Sydney plant in Penrith.

O-I is committed to providing excellence in training for all employees through a variety of programs. These include trade qualification Certificates II, III and IV and Diplomas in a variety of disciplines.

O-I believes that comprehensive employee training builds improved business performance and a stronger and more positive employee culture.

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