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Serba Dinamik Holdings Berhad (“Serba Dinamik Holdings”) was incorporated as a private limited company in Malaysia, under the name of Serba Dinamik Holdings Sdn Bhd on 2 December 2015, and was subsequently converted into a public limited company on 13 May 2016. Established in 1993, Serba Dinamik Holdings, through its subsidiaries, provides engineering solutions servicing to the oil and gas, power generation, water and waste water, petrochemical and broad industries with operations in Malaysia, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and United Kingdom. Serba Dinamik Holdings is an investment holding company and is principally involved in the provision of management services.
Ekovest Berhad is an investment holding company with a presence in construction, civil engineering and infrastructure, property development and infrastructure concession. Founded in 1985, Ekovest went public in 1993 and was subsequently transferred to the Main Board of Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange in 2000.
Ekovest Berhadhas evolved from a pure play construction company into a multi-function conglomerate with expertise to carry out civil engineering and building construction projects, turnkey-design and build projects and provision of project’s management services. Ekovest also carries out property development and is involved in infrastructure concessions.
Construction has been Ekovest’s forte, having completed various projects all around Malaysia. Amongst notable projects which Ekovest have participated as the turnkey contractor include the Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn in Batu Pahat and the Duta-Ulu Kelang Expressway (“DUKE”).
Ekovest had launched EkoCheras in 2013. An eco-friendly mixed development commercial hub located 9km away from KLCC, right on Jalan Cheras next to the Taman Mutiara MRT station. The next development project slated to be launched is the EkoTitiwangsa which is mixed development project located along Jalan Pahang, Kuala Lumpur. The project will provide a holistic development plan to transform and modernise northern Kuala Lumpur City Centre. Our ultimate vision is to create a new world class riverfront development along the Gombak River to deliver some of the most vibrant commercial and residential in this area.
Ekovest is known for its role as the turnkey contractor and operator for the DUKE which spans 18km in the northeast region of Klang Valley, connecting Jalan Duta NKVE intersection and the Middle Ring Road 2 via Gombak and Ampang.
The DUKE Phase 2 which will connect the existing DUKE with Jalan Tun Razak and Sri Damansara was completed on 2016. Our enthusiasm to deliver innovation and break boundaries has also lead to our DUKE Phase 2 being the pioneer to provide direct access to park and ride facilities under Segambut Toll Plaza. To support and to ensure the facility remains vibrant and provides a safe environment for users, we provide and promote commercial activities within the area. This concept is part of the entire masterplan to integrate transportation system within Klang Valley which includes linking of various expressways with public transportation system. The development pace of which Kuala Lumpur has experienced requires these linkages to ensure that traffic dispersal system is effective and sustainable for future growth.
The DUKE Phase 3, with alignment of measuring approximately 35 kilometres,will traverse north to south of Kuala Lumpur and will serve areas such as University Tunku Abdul Rahman, Wangsa Maju, Setiawangsa, Ampang, the Tun Razak Exchange & Bandar Malaysia development corridor and Kerinchi. The DUKE Phase 3 is expected to provide an alternative route for road users with improve and more efficient traffic dispersal system in and around Kuala Lumpur city centre to complement and relief peak hour congestion on existing arterial roads and expressways along its proposed expressways and public rail transportation system such as the KTM Commuter, LRT and MRT lines and providing a holistic land transport system to support the development and modernisation of Greater Kuala Lumpur.
Ekovest Berhad also recognize the social obligations to society can have an impact and is striving for a balanced approach in fulfilling their key objectives and expectations to shareholders and stake holders. The company has dedicated a lot of time and effort to giving back to the society whilst incorporating the three pillars of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) approach, namely Education, Community, Employee and Sustainability.
The Genting Group was founded in 1965 when its Founder, the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong started the journey to realise his vision of building a mountaintop resort in Malaysia. Today, the Genting Group comprises Genting Berhad and its listed subsidiaries; Genting Singapore Limited, Genting Malaysia Berhad and Genting Plantations Berhad as well as its wholly owned unlisted subsidiaries Genting Energy Limited and Resorts World Las Vegas LLC.
Led by Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, the Group is involved in leisure and hospitality, oil palm plantations, power generation, oil and gas, property development, life sciences and biotechnology activities, with operations spanning across the globe, including in Malaysia (the Group’s country of origin), Singapore, Indonesia, India, China, the United States of America, Bahamas, the United Kingdom and Egypt.
In the core leisure and hospitality business, the Genting Group and its brand affiliates similarly controlled by Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay (namely Genting Hong Kong Limited and Empire Resorts, Inc.), market and offer a suite of products under a number of premier brands including Genting, Resorts World, Genting Grand, Genting Club, Crockfords, Maxims, Crystal Cruises, Dream Cruises and Star Cruises. The Genting Group of companies also have tie-ups with established names such as Universal Studios®, Premium Outlets®, Hard Rock Hotel, Zouk and other renowned international brand partners.
The Genting Group recognises the importance of developing its investments in a sustainable and responsible manner. The principles and values espoused by the Group’s Founder, the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong, namely – Hard Work, Honesty, Harmony, Loyalty and Compassion have always been embedded in its work culture and business practices and are known collectively as the Genting Core Values.
Right from the start, the Group strives to achieve a sustainable balance in all business activities, whether in the development and conservation of its properties and surrounding environment or in the investments and returns to shareholders. Some of the Group’s sustainability highlights include providing job employment to over 56,000 people worldwide, consistent dividend payouts to shareholders and benefiting over 115,000 people in community philanthropy initiatives in 2018. Resorts World Genting has 94% of virgin rainforest which remains undeveloped and as of 2018, 100% of plastic straws have been phased out in Resorts World Genting food and beverage outlets and all food boxes have been replaced with biodegradable and compostable food containers. Genting Plantations’ oil mill, namely Genting Jambongan Oil Mill, is the first oil mill with zero discharge in Malaysia and as of 2018, has about 17,500 hectares of High Conversation Values Areas. Genting Plantations was also awarded the National OSH Excellence Award 2018 for the plantation sector for its Genting Bahagia Estate. In 2018, Genting Energy’s Banten Power Plant was graded as a good environmental friendly company by the Serang Regency Municipal and its Meizhou Wan Power Plant Phase 2 received the 2018 China Electric Power Project Engineering Excellence Award from the China Electric Power Construction Association.
The Group endeavours to ensure the Genting Core Values will remain the underlying ethos in how the Group conducts its businesses. They form the underlying workplace principles for Genting employees, covering professionalism and ethics, efficiency and responsibility and reflect the continuous pursuit to enhance the corporate values of the Genting Group.
PESTECH International Berhad (PESTECH) is a Malaysian integrated electrical power technology company listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad since 2012.
The company derived its name from “Power System Technology” and involves in four (4) major business segments:
1) Power Transmission Infrastructure 2) Power Generation and Rail Electrification 3) Transmission Asset 4) Power Products & Embedded System Software
Founded in 1991, PESTECH Sdn Bhd, its wholly-owned subsidiary, has slowly gained industry experience and has grown progressively to an established integrated electric technology company with products and services that not only cater for local market but across the region. To-date, the Company successfully expand its market share into twenty (20) countries such as Cambodia, Papua New Guinea and The Philippines with growing numbers of other countries consistently.
PESTECH involves in engineering, design, manufacturing, installation and commissioning of electrical power facilities. The Company continue to invest in state-of-the-art machines and technology. It continues to implement high quality standards in the day-to-day operations, where the importance of traceability, consistency and reliability are emphasized throughout the entire organization.
PESTECH believes that engaging in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs will help to fuel the social and economic growth of the country. It is always PESTECH's goal to bring value through our existence and creating a positive impact on our employees, the community and the environment.
PESTECH has initiated the CARE Program as a guidance of our CSR initiatives. For the Group, our CSR programs start in the form of caring and extending helping hand to the community that we operate in.
PESTECH - CARE Program:
C - Community
A - Advancement
R - Recuperation
E – Environment
Established in 1986, Press Metal Group (“Press Metal or the “Company”) holds a niche as the only aluminium producer in Malaysia and the largest integrated aluminium producer in South East Asia.
Press Metal is involved in each production process of aluminium from bauxite mining, alumina refinery to producing primary aluminium, value added products and offering specialized extruded solutions to a wide range of industries. In the aluminium smelting segments Press Metal operates two smelting plants in Sarawak in with a combined capacity of 760,000 metric tonnes per annum. Meanwhile in the extrusion segments, it operates one extrusion plant each in Malaysia and China with a combined capacity of 210,000 metric tonnes per annum. Besides that, the Company's recent investment in one of the largest, low cost and longest life integrated alumina asset in Australia strengthened Press Metal’s vertical integration and positioned the Company as a globally integrated aluminium producer.
Backed by the Company’s solid growth and impressive financial track record, Press Metal was included into KLCI Top 30 component stocks list in 2017. The Company’s splendid performance was also recognized internationally and was included as a component in the MSCI Malaysia Index. In 2018, the company was featured on Forbes Asia's Fab 50 Companies 2018 and won an award from “The Edge Billion Ringgit Club 2018” under the category of “Highest Returns to Shareholders” & Growth in PAT” over 3 years.
Having almost 70 years of experience, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is Malaysia’s leading electricity utility with 9.1 million customers and a strong presence throughout Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Labuan.
The utility firm has helped to develop and empower the nation, having a rich and deep-rooted history in building the nation, even before the country received its independence.
With the desire to create a world that is ‘Better. Brighter’, TNB believes that its promise is not only to provide access to electricity to homes and businesses throughout the country but also in adopting sustainable practices and activities in its operations to improve societal and environmental outcomes.
As part of these efforts, the electric utility firm has implemented a Green Policy which plans to minimise the company’s environmental impact, by developing its green energy business and reducing its carbon footprint through energy-efficient operations.
It has set itself the task of creating the grid of the future by promoting greater digitalisation and automation. The company is also set to introduce smart meters and advanced metering infrastructure facilities for its customers and implement data analytics, analysis and automation of its operations.
Over the past few years, TNB has expanded its international footprint, into countries such as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, India, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Top Glove Corporation Bhd is the world’s largest manufacturer of gloves, commanding a 26% global market share. It has operations spanning across Malaysia, Thailand, and China with marketing offices in these countries as well as the US, Europe and Brazil.
Listed on Bursa Malaysia (2001) and the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange (2016), Top Glove’s success story began over a quarter of a century ago in 1991, as a local business enterprise with a single glove factory and 1 glove production line. Today, it owns 41 factories with a total of 670 production lines and a production capacity of 62.7 billion pieces of gloves per annum and serves a growing network of 2,000 customers in 195 countries.
Its outstanding achievements and international recognition are credited largely to its Executive Chairman and Founder Tan Sri Dr Lim Wee Chai, the visionary and driving force, who within a short span of time, has built the Malaysian-based company into a resounding global success.
Top Glove continues to raise its game, producing high quality gloves at an efficient low cost based on its time-proven Business Direction and the upholding of its Business Ethics of Honesty, Integrity and Transparency. Not content to rest on its laurels, Top Glove has set its sights on the next level of success and aims to increase its world market share to 30% as well as become a Top 20 Bursa company by 2020. Longer term, the company aspires towards an even bolder target: to become a Fortune Global 500 company by 2040. In order to achieve the ambitious goals it has set for itself, the company will continue to pursue a combination of both organic and inorganic expansion via M&As. It has also since diversified its product range to include a non-glove segment which currently comprises condoms, dental dams and exercise bands.
Apart from producing lifesaving products that play an essential role in protecting people from disease and infection, the company endeavours to bring about change for the better through Top Glove Foundation. Established in 2009, Top Glove Foundation manages the company’s community outreach program which focuses on the areas of education, environment, and community welfare, for which it has contributed almost RM30 million to date and RM4 million in FY2018 alone.Back to Top