KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) representatives paid a courtesy call to the New Straits Times Press (NSTP) Group here today to further strengthen the relationship between the two companies and explore new collaboration opportunities.
The delegation, led by SEB vice president of corporate shared services Peing Tajang, was warmly welcomed by Berita Harian group deputy editor M Thillinadan and the New Straits Times associate editor (digital and print) Ahmad Najmuddin Najib.
She also shared that the company will organise the fourth Sustainability and Renewable Energy Forum (SAREF 4.0) in September next year in Kuching, which aims to work towards sustainability and renewable energy in Southeast Asia. – NST Online