Civil engineering specialist Sarawak Consolidated Industries Berhad (“SCIB” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that they have organised their annual blood donation drive in collaboration with the Sarawak General Hospital Blood Bank in honor of Sarawak Day. The initiative, known as “SCIB Blood Donation Day”, is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to giving back to society.
Ku Chong Hong, Managing Director of SCIB
Under the lively banner “Ohh Kitak Juh Derma Darah”, the event is scheduled for 22nd July 2023, from 9am to 2pm. The venue is the Department of Transfusion Services and Blood Bank at Sarawak General Hospital, Kuching. SCIB is extending a heartfelt invitation to the community to join hands in this lifesaving cause. This marks SCIB’s 4th collaboration with Sarawak General Hospital Blood Bank since their first collaboration in 2020.
“A fundamental part of our ESG philosophy at SCIB is giving back to the community,” said Mr. Ku Chong Hong (‘Mr. Ku’), Managing Director of SCIB. “This blood donation drive not only aligns with our social responsibility but also embodies the spirit of Sarawak Day – unity and care for one another. We strongly believe that this initiative will enhance community bonding.”
To show gratitude to the generous donors, SCIB will be gifting a microfibre shirt to the first 120 participants. This token is a symbol of appreciation and recognition of their invaluable contribution to society.
“Blood donation is a simple act that has an extraordinary impact. We hope that this event will raise awareness about the constant need for blood and inspire more people to become regular donors,” added the spokesperson.
SCIB’s commitment to sustainability and community investment is a key component of its operating ethos. The company consistently seeks to balance its industrial activities with the welfare of its stakeholders. The SCIB Blood Donation Day is one of many initiatives demonstrating how SCIB fulfils its ESG commitments while making a real difference to people’s lives.
The company is encouraging everyone who can to support this critical cause. “Come, join us, and make a difference. Donate blood, save lives. Let’s work together to create a healthier Sarawak,” urged Mr. Ku.
Civil engineering specialist Sarawak Consolidated Industries Berhad (SCIB) is pleased to announce the redesignation of Mr. Ku Chong Hong as Executive Director and the appointments of En. Mohd. Shakir bin Shahimi and En. Nuraiman Shaiful bin Annuar as Independent Non-Executive Directors (INED), effective today.
Encik Rosland bin Othman, appointed Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of SCIB – Sept 15,2022.
Mr. Ku Chong Hong, redesignated Executive Director, SCIB – Sept 15,2022.
En. Mohd. Shakir bin Shahimi, appointed Independent Non-Executive Director (INED), SCIB – Sept 15,2022.
En. Nuraiman Shaiful bin Annuar, appointed Independent Non-Executive Director (INED), SCIB – Sept 15,2022.
Mr. Ku, who was appointed to the board of directors on 17 March 2022 as an INED, has experience in audit and assurance, and business advisory-related fields through various local and international companies involved in a range of industries from property and construction to software.
En. Mohd. Shakir will replace Ku as chairman and member of the audit committee. A chartered accountant, he graduated with a degree in accountancy from Universiti Utara Malaysia and is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. He was an auditor with Arthur Andersen & Co and has experience auditing public-listed and privately-held companies. He is currently an audit manager with Khairuddin Hasyudeen & Razi. He is also an INED with Bintai Kinden Corporation Berhad, where he is chairman of the nomination, remuneration and risk management committees as well as member of the audit committee.
En. Nuraiman has attended the International Bachelor of Business Administration Programme from Hult International Business School, London United Kingdom in year 2017. He has experience in the oil and gas as well as construction fields. He holds directorships in Hipro Technologies Ltd and Petro Flanges and Fittings Sdn Bhd.
Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of SCIB, Encik Rosland bin Othman, said, “We welcome En. Mohd Shakir and En. Nuraiman aboard and look forward to their guidance and advice. Their experience and knowledge will be a good addition to the board while enhancing our governance decision-making structure. We would also like to congratulate Mr. Ku in his redesignation as Executive Director. His insights and knowledge will be invaluable in helping us grow the Company.”
About Sarawak Consolidated Industries Berhad
Sarawak Consolidated Industries Berhad (SCIB) was founded in 1975 and has evolved from a small enterprise into a reputable Group of companies listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad. Currently, SCIB is operating three factories in Kuching, Sarawak, one factory in the Pending Industrial Estate and two factories in the Demak Laut industrial park.
SCIB is well known for professional management and has long history of innovative ideas and technological advances. Coupled with its wealth of experience and research acquired in more than three decades, SCIB offers its clients in-depth expertise through a combination of technology, efficiency and speed. For more information, visit scib.com.my.
Sarawak Consolidated Industries Berhad (SCIB), a civil engineering specialist, wishes to clarify further on the Letter of Award dated 7 June 2022 (LoA) granted by Ennova Sdn Bhd appointing SCIB Properties Sdn Bhd (SCIBP) as a sub-contractor to undertake an engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning contract in connection with the Integrated Smart Lamp Pole Replacement project for Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL). In addition to the information furnished in the LoA, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of SCIB, Encik Rosland bin Othman, noted that SCIBP’s scope of work included but is not limited to site clearing, excavation and reinforced concrete footing structure, laying all reinforcement concrete, bolts and nuts, and plates on all mild steel structures, with the poles, fittings and accessories to be supplied by Ennova.
“The scope also includes perimeter chain-link fencing works, mild steel gates and erection; earthworks, levelling, setting out, making point, and other related works; mechanical and engineering works such as wiring, switch boxes, connection to conduits, lay ground earth cable and rem as well as installation of monopole.”
Ennova is to bear all construction cost of the poles, including the rental of each erected pole in accordance with the agreed rental price between it and DBKL.
“We are unaware of any funding or financing arrangement for the contract by DBKL.