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July 22, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - Three years to deliver Pos Malaysia turnaround
Transformation is not a new word for Pos Malaysia Sdn Bhd. The current turnaround plan, as the company reels from its first full-year loss in 11 years, will take three years. That is the assessment of group CEO Syed Md Najib Syed Md Noor, who assumed the post in October last year - the third CEO in four years.
July 15, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - GrabFood eyes a bigger bite of food delivery pie
Since it started operations two years ago, GrabFood has expanded to 204 cities from just two, and it now in six countries. "We're not slowing down and we actually see our growth to be exponential rather than linear. Food is a super high priority for Grab and it is an area of big growth for our overall business. The market is under-penetrated right now and it is among the business lines where we see one of the biggest opportunitiess for the next few years," Grabfood head Tomaso Rodriguez tells The Edge.
The Edge Malaysia - The Future Is Here (8 April 2019)
The state of Things (IoT) has been buzzword for many industries for almost a decade. Its adoption has passed the tipping point where it has not been a question of whether or not to implemet it. How far have industries globally adopted IoT and what kind of benefits adopters have seen on their businesses?
April 8, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - A Coconut Revival
It is time for the local coconut industry to shine, having been overshadowed by oil palm for decades, say industry observers. This is being driven by declining palm oilprices and rising demand for coconut-driven products.
March 25, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - Pentamaster Conserving Cash to Grow Smart Control Business
Penang-based technology firm Pentamaster Corp Bhd has been building a war chest since foating the shares of its 63%-owned automated solutions arm Pentamaster International Ltd (PIL) on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEX) in January last year.
February 25, 2019, The Star - Revolutionising the road to success
In 2001, after the recession period, Tio was already a logistics specialist in the Korean segrnent following his successful joint venture with the Koreans in the late 90s. By then, PKT Logistics had already secured its position as a major competitor in the logistics field. Recognising automotive logisäcs as a niche market, Tio quickly moved to capitalise and diversify within the automotive logistics business into a huge supply chain, transforrning PKT into what it is today.
Catering a Condusive Work Environment
In line with the company aspiration in becoming a five-star caterer, Big Onion has taken its employees to several five-star hotels in the Klang Valley for familiarisation tours to learn how the patrons were served. By seeing it for themselves, they have an idea of what needed to be done to improve their services moving forward. Now Big Onion’s employees are outstanding in the food catering business.
What Seems Impossible Can Be Possible : A Diversified Engineering Solutions Provider
“Today we are well recognised by many entities in Penang and other countries. We started off solely as a semiconductor company and have branched out into aerospace and other industries. In fact, aerospace industry has contributed about 30% of business revenue on a yearly basis. The journey has been challenging but we have strived so far, and we believe we will strive further as we are unique in our own way,” said Terence Heng, the Vice President of Paradigm Precision Components.
A Robust Process Towards Strategic Planning Execution in Business Expansion
“We do equip our staff with appropriate problem solving techniques through several in-house and on job trainings. This is to ensure that they are able to resolve problems or changes systematically. I am proud to announce that Finisar Malaysia has outperformed other subsidiaries as we have reduced our operation and production costs up to USD3.5 million for three years through this initiative,” said Mrs Yap Suan See, the Managing Director of Finisar Malaysia.
Model Saemaul Undong (SMU) untuk Pembangunan Komuniti Pertanian di Korea (2017)
Di Korea, model SMU mula diperkenalkan pada tahun 1970 dengan objektif untuk mengurangkan jurang pendapatan di antara penduduk bandar dengan komuniti luar bandar. Model ini telah diiktiraf oleh United Nations sebagai model pembangunan luar bandar yang berkesan. Puan Djuliana Jamaludin dari Kementerian Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani telah berkongsi maklumat mengenai pelaksanaan SMU di Korea yang boleh digunakan bagi menambah baik pembangunan komuniti di Malaysia.