Pimpinan PERDASAMA Pusat - EXCO PERDASAMA MALAYSIA

Pimpinan PERDASAMA Pusat - EXCO PERDASAMA MALAYSIA
PERDASAMA Satu Pasukan Satu Tujuan

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Program bual bicara Pra Bajet 2014 di RTM 1 23hb Oktober, 2013

 Bersama Sohaimi
 Bersama Hos Syed dan Dr Zakariah  dari MIER
Naim menyemak nota

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Kunjung Hormat MPM dengan YB Timbalan Menteri Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri



 Dr Hasan Mad memberi kata kata aluan

 Turut hadir Dato Fatah Abdullah dan Datuk Naim Mohamad

 Nadirah dan Hajjah Faridah

Para hadirin dimajlis kunjung hormat

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Mesyuarat Kluster Ekonomi dan Teknologi Majlis Perunding Melayu dirumah Alumni UiTM

 Dato Abd Rashid mempengerusikan mesyuarat

 Sdra Razak, Wan Ali, Afandi, Azam, Izzat dan Naim

Sdra Izzat, Sdra Razak, Sdra Ir Aziz, Sdra Naim, Sdra Shukri dan Dato Rashid

Perbincangan dan taklimat Program KL Xtra sempena Tahun Melawat Malaysia 2014


 Mr Kho Sze Min, Datuk Naim, Tuan Zalizam Zakaria,  Siti Salwah Othman dan Shafiq

 Turut kelihatan Beatrice, Shafiq dan Raja Teena

Kho , Naim dan Zalizam

Sambutan Hari Raya Eidul Adha di Kumpulan Karangkraf, Shah Alam. Selangor.

 Dato Hussamuddin Yaakub dan Datuk Naim Mohamad

 Y A Bhg Tan Sri Abu Kassim bin Mohamed, Dato Abdul Hadi Awang Kechil,
dan Datuk Naim Mohamad

Datuk Naim, Datuk Nordin Razak, Y A Bhg Tun Haniff Omar

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Petronas helped Bumi firms grow, says COO

Y Bhg Datuk Wan Zulkiflee bin Wan Ariffin

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: RM70b in contracts awarded to Malay-majority firms last year

KUALA LUMPUR: PETRONAS has always strived to maximise  Bumiputera participation in the oil and gas industry and allegations that it is doing otherwise are not true.
Petronas chief operating officer Datuk Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin said last year, 75 per cent of its contracts worth RM70 billion were awarded to majority owned Bumiputera companies.
"There were some years when the percentage was lower, especially when we gave refinery projects to foreigners, but the drop had not been that much. We would be concerned if the figures fell below 50 per cent."
Last year, the national oil company awarded RM52.48 billion in contracts to companies which were majority owned by Bumiputeras, compared with only RM29.35 billion in 2011.
He said when the country's oil and gas industry first evolved in the early 1970s, Bumiputeras comprised more than 90 per cent of agents in customs and domestic logistics. Over the years, the number of agents decreased to 20 per cent while self-operating vendors increased to 80 per cent.
"There are now big internationally competitive Bumiputera companies. This did not happen by chance. We increased our expectations of them and played a key role in getting vendors to where they are today."
Petronas has close to 4,500 licensed and registered vendors, 94 per cent of which are Bumiputera companies.
Wan Zulkiflee said under Petronas Dagangan, 91 per cent of the 882 service station dealers are Bumiputeras while for LPG stockists and dealers, 77 per cent, or 262 of them, are Bumiputeras.
However, in the industrial dealers business, Bumiputeras only comprised 34 per cent, he said.
On allegations of croynism, Wan Zulkiflee said this was nothing new to the corporation, adding that in situations when there are five bidders and only one winner, sore losers were to be expected.
"We have a chief integrity officer seconded from the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission and a few of its officers sit in our tender committee on key tenders. If we practise croynism, we welcome the evidence."
On the development of its marginal field, Wan Zulkiflee said because Malaysia lacked expertise in this area, it was only natural for Petronas to award the contracts to foreign players.
"These foreign players then select local players, like Scomi and SapuraKencana. We are not involved in this selection process."
On calls by DAP for the Auditor-General to audit its account, Wan Zulkiflee said it was already audited by external auditors and copies was sent to Parliament and made accessible.


Read more: Petronas helped Bumi firms grow, says COO - General - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/petronas-helped-bumi-firms-grow-says-coo-1.376894#ixzz2hr1yqrGs

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Sembang Petang Memperkasakan Ajenda Ekonomi Bumiputera diPerdasama 9hb Oktober, 2013

 Datuk Naim, En Azman, Puan Sheila, Dato Abdullah Mohd Salleh, 
En Wan Azmir dan Dr Ahmad Ambok Selok


 Puan Norlia Harith, Cik Haryati dan Encik Rahim

Naim, Goreng Pisang dan Azman

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Perbincangan Pertandingan Tarian Tradisional Rakyat Malaysia 2013 bersama TKSU KPKM, Y Bhg Datuk Hj Ab Ghaffar A Tambi, di MOTAC

 Dari kiri: Siti Nur Hajar Abu Bakar, Shireen Jasmin Ali, Fauziah Zakaria,
Y Bhg Datuk Hj Ab.Ghaffar A Tambi, Rosnah Minin, Fatimah Aris dan Ariff Mastol

 Y Bhg Datuk Hj Ab Ghaffar mempengerusikan mesyuarat

 Siti Nur Hajar membawa berita gembira penggunaan Matic

dari kiri: Datuk Naim Mohamad, Pn Juliana Mohamed, Rosnah Minin,
Fatimah Md Aris dan Encik Ariff Mastol