2019 | Quarter 2

Malakoff Bids Farewell to

Port Dickson Power Plant

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After 24 years of being in operation, Port Dickson Power Plant (PDPP), wholly owned by Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff), a member of MMC Group, gathered its staff for one last time in a farewell ceremony held on 7 March 2019. The plant ceased operation on 28 February 2019, due to the plant’s Extended Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) expiry.

The ceremony, attended by Dato’ Ahmad Fuaad Kenali, CEO of Malakoff, saw all of PDPP’s existing and ex-staff together under one roof to celebrate their accomplishments throughout the years.

Acknowledging the contribution by PDP’s staff over the years, Dato’ Ahmad Fuaad said, “I would like to thank the past and present staff of PDPP who had worked hard to ensure the excellence of the Plant. Your blood, sweat and tears is highly appreciated and will be remembered.”   

Dato’ Fuaad also presented staff who had served the plant for 20 years or more with certificates of appreciation.

PDPP received the license to operate as an Independent Power Producer (IPP) from the Government in 1993 and the construction of the RM700 million plant at Tanjung Gemok, Port Dickson soon commenced. In 2014, Malakoff acquired Sime Darby Power Generation Division, making PDPP a wholly owned subsidiary of Malakoff.