2020 | Quarter 2

Johor Port Organises Majlis Santuni Dan Penghargaan Frontliners, A Stakeholder Engagement Session with Government Agencies

The Hub is published by Group Corporate Communications of MMC Corporation Berhad       /       Please send us your feedback at :

Johor Port Berhad (Johor Port), a member of MMC Group, organised Majlis Santuni dan Penghargaan Frontliners, an engagement session with Government agencies who are their key stakeholders.

The engagement session was held to reflect Johor Port’s appreciation towards the Government agencies who share the same responsibilities as the other frontline forces in ensuring that Johor Port can continue to operate efficiently and effectively, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

In conjunction with Hari Raya, Johor Port also contributed packs of kuih raya to the Government agencies during the event. Present to hand over the contribution were Shahrull Allam Shah Abdul Halim, Chief Executive Officer of Johor Port, accompanied by Jamaludin Raja Mohammad, General Manager of Port Security & Safety Department and Mokri Sabran, General Manager of Free Zone & Government Liaison, Johor Port.

In view of the current COVID-19 situation, the event was held separately in two sessions in accordance with the Conditional Movement Control Order guideline. A total of 10 agencies in Pasir Gudang which include the Royal Malaysia Police, Fire and Rescue Department of Malaysia, Royal Malaysian Customs Department, Immigration Department, Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, Malaysian Timber Industry Board, Malaysian Quarantine and Inspection Services, Health Department and the Pharmacy Enforcement Branch attended the session.

Among the guests who attended the event were Superintendent Ismail Dollah, Chief Police of Seri Alam District, ASP Raymond Lias Anthony Paru, Head of Pasir Gudang Police Station, Puan Noryati Abu Bakar, Head of Pasir Gudang Immigration, Tuan Daud Mohd, Senior Assistant Director of Customs II, Pasir Gudang Customs and Tuan Abdullah Rowi Che Ismail, Head of Pasir Gudang Health Department.

The session was also part of Johor Port’s stakeholder engagement initiatives aimed at strengthening long-term business relationship with Government agencies.