Having candidates prepared to perform at their best during their job interviews, helps us choose the best among the best to fill in a particular available vacancy. So, if you have a scheduled job interview at ICCS Global Industries, and you're looking for how to bolster yourself for your best performance, here is an article for you.
Preparing for your interview:
ICCS Global Industries is a company that promotes cooperation and kinship in a professional circle of work. In line with technological developments, we are always looking for someone who is dynamic, creative, and adapts to the modernization of the world and the parallel forward movement of our company.
Submitting your application:
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Prior to submitting your application
Processing your application:
General Requirements for ICCS Global Industries:
- Best of luck!
Ingredients of Coconut Shell Charcoal Briquettes-The Good and the BadRead Now
What are our ingredients for Coconut Shell Charcoal Briquettes? And what might other additives be?
Our Recipe for a 100% Natural and Food Grade Charcoal Briquette:
1. Fine Charcoal Powder
2. Cassava Starch
Over the years, unfortunately, many additives and chemicals have been introduced to coconut briquette production. However, what winsome about coconut charcoal is the fact that it's the healthiest and most environmental charcoal solution; whether for shisha or for cooking.
As you will notice below, it is very important to smell an burning briquette before using to check for any chemical additives within the composition.
Chemicals that are used by many are:
Remember to check your products and stay safe.
Sun-drying briquettes after they've been produced and molded to their shapes is an essential stage within the production process. Many producers prefer to skip over this step to cut on production cost, time and efforts.
A briquette needs a minimum of a full day of sundry before it goes into the oven. This duration can go up to 2 or 3 days depending on the shape and size of the briquette and the weather conditions in tropical Indonesia.
The benefits of this stage, however, is that when a briquette is properly sun-dried, it does not break or crack when exposed to high levels of heat due to the freed humidity from the core of the briquette. Moreover, sun-drying briquettes is environmentally friendly as would enable lessening the time a briquette requires in the oven, which is the next step of sun-dry, and which we'll discuss in another post.