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Johor Port Berhad (JPB), a member of MMC Group, organised its employee Town Hall meeting for 2018. The event which hosted both Management and non-Management saw more than 300 employees in attendance from various departments.

The event was graced with the attendance of YBhg Dato’ Sri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh, Chairman of JPB, Mr. Ian Brian James, Group Chief Executive Officer of MMC Port Holdings Sdn Bhd, Encik Shahrull Allam Shah, Chief Executive Officer of JPB, Encik Suratmin Hj. Alwi, President of Johor Port Union and the senior management team of JPB.

Aimed at strengthening solidarity amongst JPB employees, the Town Hall meeting served as a platform for JPB’s Management to share the Company’s performance evaluation for 2017 as well as the latest updates and direction for the year 2018. The event also provided better understanding amongst the employees on the various initiatives taken by the company to meet the targets that the company is actively pursuing.

During the hour-long Town Hall meeting, Dato’ Sri Che Khalib urged all employees to stay focused and deliver the highest quality of work to move forward together in achieving greater milestones in 2018. He also conveyed the importance of seeking God’s blessing in all of our labours, and in everything that we engage in. Finally, he encouraged all employees to always remember to apply three elements in working towards success – Taqwa, Iman, Ehsan.

The highlight of the Town Hall meeting was the launching of the Beyond Excellence culture at JPB, which saw Dato’ Sri Che Khalib and En. Shahrull Allam Shah signing the Beyond Excellence pledge declaration, representing all of JPB’s employees.

The Town Hall meeting is part of JPB’s 2018 Stakeholders Engagement Programmes as well as the Company’s continuous initiative to engage employees across JPB.

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