Serba Dinamik thanks frontliners with Ramadan food packs, blue-lit building

KUALA LUMPUR, May 13 --  Serba Dinamik  Holdings Bhd has donated RM500,000 worth of Ramadan food packs to frontliners in Shah Alam in appreciation of their effort to break the chain of COVID-19 infections.

“We hope this contribution of Ramadan food packs will allow them to enjoy their iftar and sahur meal while performing their duties. It is also in appreciation of their contribution to the nation,” said  Serba Dinamik ’s human capital and general affairs division vice president, Syaiful Radzman Osman, in a statement today.

Network cooperation with Asian Taste and SD Impex Sdn Bhd saw 2,000 packs of bubur lambuk, 1,000 packs of Raya biscuits and 1,000 food packs sent to among others, staffers at Hospital Shah Alam, Hospital Avisena, Klinik Kesihatan Seksyen 7 and 19, the Seksyen 6 and 9 police stations, and Shah Alam district police headquarters.

 Serba Dinamik  staffers, too, received 1,000 food packs for iftar, said Syaiful Radzman.

In addition to this Menara  Serba Dinamik  in Shah Alam is illuminated in blue for an hour at night to appreciate the sacrifices made by those on the frontline.

 Serba Dinamik  is an international energy services group providing integrated engineering solutions to the oil, gas and power generation industries.


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