Cambodia’s expressway project promotes localized management


Cambodia’s first expressway project from the country’s capital city Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, invested and under construction by CRBC, has been promoting localized management and talent training. In order to help local college students better adapt to the working environment, the project has arranged experienced employees to each of them, adopted job rotation, and assisted them with career planning.

Reth Daroth is one of the Cambodian employees that have benefited from this.After graduation, Daroth joined the team and worked as an interpreter, dispatcher and technician successively. More than two years of work has made him one of the project’s most outstanding employees. He also encouraged other local graduates to think about working on the project. “I sincerely hope more and more outstanding local graduates could come and learn advanced skills here so as to make more contributions to Cambodia’s infrastructural development,” Daroth said.

Now there are over 3,400 Cambodian employees at the project, accounting for nearly 80 percent of the total.