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Podcast Link: OIL AND GAS: DRILLING FOR GLOBAL SUCCESS
In this episode we are joined by Derek Middlemas and Richard Beck from Australian oil and gas company Digatex, discussing how Digatex approached the Malaysian market to sell its digital oil and gas solutions, what lessons they learnt about successful market entry and helpful hints about exporting to Malaysia. Austrade Malaysia will also talk about assistance for exporters to help penetrate this market. If you would like further information about this podcast, email email@example.com_box
It is better to stop something bad from happening than it is to deal with it after it has happened.Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, MECIP are taking extra precautions to make sure staffs remain safe and healthy.
MECIP hopes all its staffs are following social distancing guidelines and continue to remain safe.
MECIP, as a company that supports essential oil refining services as well as the oil and gas industry in Malaysia, will implement the following:
- The MECIP office will not be closed but the company will adopt a “Social distancing” strategy whereby the staff will be split into two groups, Group A (coming to office) and Group B (working from home) starting March 18, 2020. For the Next Date section, the shifter exchange will take place, in which Group A will work from home and Group B will attend the office. However, if there is a need for work, home-based staff are allowed to come to the office.
- All travel planned and scheduled from March 2020 until now will continue as normal unless there is a notice of cancellation of related business from the client limited to “business matter & essential service only” as stipulated in the order of the Prime Minister of Malaysia.
- Travel from March until now is restricted and requires the approval of the Management, limited to “business matter & essential service only” as enshrined in the message of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Staff are encouraged to maximize the use of all facilities provided by companies such as Ring Central, Email, Telephone and others for meetings, discussions and so on.
- Extensive restrictions on all travel abroad. For those who have just returned from overseas, they are required to undergo a health check and do a quarantine (or self-quarantine) for 14 days. Staff with persistent fever after the 14-day period are prohibited to come to the office and are required to continue treatment and utilize the medical leave provided. The staff will be allowed to come to the office if the health result is confirmed negative from Covid-19.
- For the inevitable trip, the staff is instructed not to bring the family together and to keep up to date with the surrounding environment and to practice the indicated health care routine.
- MECIP will not received any visits from outsiders during this period.
MECIP EXPECTS THE ABOVE RULES TO BE COMPLIED BY ALL STAFF. HOPEFULLY, THE MEASURES TAKEN BY ALL WILL PREVENT THE SPREAD OF THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK IN MALAYSIA.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared COVID-19 as a pandemic on 12th March 2020. This was due to the increase in the number of cases reported around the world. Malaysia announces movement control order after spike in Covid-19 cases.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the prohibition of movement and mass assembly nationwide would include all religious, sports, social and cultural activities.
The government is also shutting down all government and private premises except those involved in essential services namely water, electricity, energy, telecommunications, postal, transportation, irrigation, oil, gas, fuel, lubricants, broadcasting, finance, banking, health, pharmacy, fire, prison, port, airport, safety, defense, cleaning, retail and food supply.
Everyone in Malaysia must comply with the order including MECIP. If we all stick together, help each other and act rationally, we will come out of this stronger and more united.
MECIP and DIGATEX were very pleased to be in Kuala Lumpur working with Petronas on applying Artificial Intelligence to deliver significant improvements in RAPID operational readiness. Petronas are at the forefront of embracing digital transformation to provide immediate business value and we look forward to continued collaboration in this exciting field.
We are proud to announce that MECIP has won the SME & Entrepreneurship Business Award (SEBA): Premier Edition 2017/2018 in the category of Industry Best Practices.
Organised by Yayasan Usahawan Malaysia (MyPreneurship), the SME & Entrepreneurship Business Awards are about creating synergy on an integrated platform complete with programmes tailored for recipients to benefit over the long term. It is supported by a prestigious Advisory Board and promises to deliver quality and authenticity in nominee selection, evaluation and assessment, and further verified by their Official Auditors for efficient perusal and analysis of the financial sustainability of nominees.
This seminar was organized by SMECorp (Terengganu) with objective to enhance export capability and increase the quantity of export ready SME companies in Terengganu. The invitation to the seminar was exclusive to companies with 3 Star rating and above. This Star rating was awarded using SCORE program evaluated by SMECorp.
During this 2 days seminar, participants were exposed on how to be export ready, the export rules and regulations, developing export plans and sourcing for export financing. Lead by coach Hasril Bin Nordin, various aspect of technicalities in exporting being discussed. Coach Hasril also shared his famous Business Model Canvas, which enable everyone to review and plan their strategy to export.
During experience sharing session, participants was given first hand sharing of the triumph and obstacles experienced by past exporters in penetrating foreign market.
By the end of the seminar, participant was expected to have clear objective and basic knowledge in preparing their companies to be an export ready SMEs.
On 9th June 2016, MECIP has organized a programme called “Ukhwah Road to Ramadhan”. By organising this programme, we want to help less fortunate families around area of Ranggon, Kg Chabang, Kg Baru Kerteh and Dungun. We have provided a Ramadhan Kit that consist of rice, sugar, cooking oil, packed date, etc to the less fortunate. We hope our effort will lighten their burden and bring a smile to their face in this holy month.