8th September 2023 to 10th September 2023
Purpose: To encourage employee bonding (including HQ & 3 branches) and for employee welfare
After 3 years of the Covid-19 pandemic, we hold the company trip as the annual event to bring all employees together as well as a reward to the employees for their hard work in the past year. We organized a 3 days 2 nights trip to Langkawi Island. Langkawi is small island which has rich ecosystems located at the northwestern Malaysia. It took about one hour flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. We visited to Kulim Geoforest Park, Cenang beach etc, those are popular tourist spots at Langkawi.
Day 1: Took the cable car to SkyBridge and experienced the Mangrove tour
The cable car ride will bring us all the way up to about 708 meters above sea level.
Photo at the peak of Mount Machinchang to enjoy the magnificent scenery of Langkawi.
Taking boat to explore the Mangrove tour
Our tour guide explained the Mangrove's importance in the eco system before we entered to the Bat Cave.
Day 2: Island hoping and enjoyed the sunset dinner in the private sunset cruise
Had fun in the sunset cruise while enjoyed the breathtaking view with many islands surrounding
Chatting and relaxing in the cruise
On the last day of the itinerary, in the morning we were supposed to do the beach clean up at the beach nearby the hotel for our SDGs activity. However, due to bad weather condition, we cancelled the activity. So, before we were leaving to the airport,we took the group photo at the hotel.
Although it was just a short trip, employees will feel a sense of appreciation, get to know each other and work better together. This trip was truly fun and memorable for everyone.
16th May 2023
SDG Activity - Wildlife Protection Program
For its 1st time Azbil Malaysia collaborated with the customer (Kyudenko) to hold the SDGs event together. On 16th May 2023, we joined the "Wildlife Protection Program"s held by National Zoo Malaysia with the aim is to raise awareness towards the protection of wildlife and provide a helping hand for husbandry care of the endangered animals.
According to International Union for Conservation of Nature, habitat loss, urbanization, illegal trade of wildlife are the major reasons for the decrease of several endangered and rare species. Malaysia is a country surrounded by rich nature and lush natural rainforest environment, so we decided to take part of this program as we are feeling that the field of wildlife conservation requires more attention from the public and corporates.
Total 60 employees from two companies were participated in the SDGs event. Through this event, adventurous, nature and animal loving, employees of Azbil Malaysia & Kyudenko got their hands dirty sweeping or hydro blasting dry leaves in night quarters & exhibition, cleaning up after animals, collecting rotten branches, tending to greenery, preparing food, and providing enrichment activities for the animals.
At the end of the event, the Deputy Managing Director of National Zoo Malaysia, Mr. Rosly presented the Certificate of Appreciation to the General Manager of Azbil Malaysia, Mr. Watanabe & Managing Director of Kyudenko, Mr. Harada.
This collaboration event was indeed a good engagement with our customer to strengthen the relationship and brought a good memorable occasion for all of us. We are absolutely delighted to lend a helping hand in giving back to the society at large. And more importantly a good experience for our employees to experience it from the standpoint of the creatures of global efforts in sustainability, conservation, and preservation.
Preparing food for the animals
Feeding the Siamangs
Feeding the Deers
Company group photo
Group photo with Kyudenko