KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB)’s new headquarters and corporate identity mark an important step in its endeavour to become a modern and agile corporation.
Its chief executive officer Torstein Dale Sjotveit described the new building and corporate identity as ‘very exciting transformations’ and attributed it to the hard work and dedication of current and former employees and stakeholders of SEB and Syarikat Sesco.
“They (present and former staff and stakeholders) are truly the backbone of the company,” Sjotveit said at SEB’s gala dinner on Tuesday at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK).
He also thanked the community in general for enabling the corporation to grow.
Sjotveit urged SEB and Sesco staff to continue to raise the bar, especially in technical and management matters, in order to meet the company’s goals.
“Our corporate identity is a sign of unity of the company and its commitment to embrace change in order to provide improved services to Sarawakians.
“I believe with the renewed pledge we will be able to deliver what is expected of us. I have been in this state for about three years now and I have seen rapid growth with clear and tangible results. There’re boundless opportunities here for those who are willing to contribute.”
The dinner was held to mark the launching of the new headquarters and corporate identity earlier in the morning by Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, who also attended dinner.
Taib’s wife Puan Sri Ragad Kurdi Taib, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang and wife Dato Sri Empiang Jabu and SEB chairman Datuk Amar Abdul Hamed Sepawi were among those present.