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Worldwide Holdings diiktiraf pemaju & penyedia khidmat urus alam terulung

SHAH ALAM, 19 MEI: Worldwide Holdings Berhad kini diiktiraf sebagai pemaju hartanah dan penyedia perkhidmatan pengurusan alam sekitar terulung negara dengan memperolehi pengiktirafan di peringkat nasional dan antarabangsa.

Pengerusi Worldwide Holdings Berhad, Datuk Noordin Sulaiman berkata, pengiktirafan kecemerlangan dicapai antaranya ‘The Brand Laureate Best Brands Corporate Branding in Real Estate Property’ pada 2014 dan 2015.

IMG_1087a“Worldwide Holdings juga di nobat sebagai ‘Best Employer of Choice 2014’ daripada Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management.

“Kumpulan ini juga dianugerahkan Sijil Green Building Index (GBI) untuk Menara Worldwide yang terletak di Tiga Segi Emas, Kuala Lumpur,” katanya sewaktu majlis makan malam sempena sambutan ulang tahun ke 25 tahun Worldwide Holdings.

Worldwide juga dianugerahkan status MSC Malaysia Cybercentre pada Jun 2014 oleh Kerajaan Malaysia kerana menyediakan ekosistem bagi menarik pelabur ICT.

Noordin berkata, sepanjang 25 tahun penubuhan Worldwide Malaysia Berhad menawarkan pelbagai perkhidmatan pengurusan alam sekitar.

“Antaranya tapak pelupusan sisa pepejal, stesen pembinaan sisa buangan, pengurusan gas tapak buangan, mekanisme pembangunan (CDM) serta perkhidmatan perundingan,” katanya.

Disamping meraikan pencapaian dan penghargaan terhadap warga kerja, acara kemuncak pada Majlis Makan Malam itu ialah pelancaran sebuah Buku Coffee Table oleh DYMM Sultan Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah.

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SULTAN SHARAFUDDIN IDRIS SHAH/ MAKAN MALAM  WORLDWIDE HOLDING.

Worldwide Holdings Bhd now focuses on 4 core businesses

SHAH ALAM: Over a 25-year history, Worldwide Holdings Bhd (WHB) has streamlined its portfolio to focus on four core businesses. The focus is now strong on property development and management, environmental management services, investment holding and manufacturing of medical devices.

WHB chairman Datuk Noordin Sulaiman said the company had been involved in a variety of business activities earlier, including tin mining, the Holiday Inn hotel chain and Metro Vision broadcast station. The shift in its core business focus, he said came following a rationalisation process. “Our 25 years experience has given space for our employees to learn from the various growth challenges in a variety of businesses.

“This contributes not only to a better future for WHB but also for the people of Selangor,” he said in his speech at WHB’s 25th anniversary gala dinner, here tonight. The company’s coffee table book was also launched at the function, which Sultan of Selangor Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah graced. The book highlighted the company’s key events and its chronology of evolution and developments in the past 25 years.

Also present at the celebration was Selangor Menteri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali. A wholly-owned subsidiary of the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS), WHB currently manages assets close to RM1 billion.

Shah Alam 18 May 2015. Sultan Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah berkenan melancarkan buku Komemoratif pada Majlis Makan Malam Gala Sempena Ulang Tahun Ke 25 Worldwide Holdings Berhad di Concorde Hotel Shah Alam. Turut hadir Menteri Besar Selangor, Mohamed Azmin Ali, Pengerusi Worldwide Holdings Berhad, Datuk Noordin Sulaiman (dua kiri), Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Worldwide Holdings Berhad, Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria dan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Selangor, Datuk Mohamed Khusrin Munawi. NSTP/Roslin Mat Tahir.
Shah Alam 18 May 2015. Sultan Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah berkenan melancarkan buku Komemoratif pada Majlis Makan Malam Gala Sempena Ulang Tahun Ke 25 Worldwide Holdings Berhad di Concorde Hotel Shah Alam. Turut hadir Menteri Besar Selangor, Mohamed Azmin Ali, Pengerusi Worldwide Holdings Berhad, Datuk Noordin Sulaiman (dua kiri), Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Worldwide Holdings Berhad, Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria dan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Selangor, Datuk Mohamed Khusrin Munawi. NSTP/Roslin Mat Tahir.

 

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