Mdm. Ng Kiat Min (GMD) handing over a mock cheque to the English Language tabloid’s marketing manager Mr. Alex Chin amounting RM10k for ‘New Sabah Times Goes To School – Moulding the New Generation’ Programme. Under the programme, free copies of New Sabah Times are distributed to schools, especially those in far-flung areas in Sabah which are not easily accessible. The programme also includes the “Score A” pullout to help Primary Six pupils excel in the UPSR examination.
SBCP was recognized for the numerous green initiatives taken such as the installation of electrical Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes, usage of LED lighting and implementation of the
Autostore Terminal Operating System which minimizes paper consumption. The APSN council further noted SBCP’s active engagement in ecological conservation through projects such as seagrass transplanting, mangrove restoration and rehabilitation projects across the port locality.