AMIM 4-in-1 Event 2021 (Closing Ceremony)

Closing Ceremony & Power Talk on Empowerment of Indigenous Product by YBhg Rear Admiral Datuk Ir. Ts. Shaiful Adli Chung, Chief Engineer for the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN), 17th December 2021 @ Zamrud Hall, The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur

AMIM 4-in-1 Event 2021 is held in conjunction with the Workshop on The Revision of Government Boat & Ship Repair Tariff (GBSRT). This event comprises Networking Lunches & Dinners, AMIM Friendly Golf 2021, AMIM Annual General Meeting 2021 & AMIM Networking Dinner 2021 – A Night With Special Guest.

For your info, GBSRT was developed in 1992 and is widely used as a term of reference for the standard prices in the maintenance and repair works of Government Vessels. The last revision of the tariff was in 2012 and is still being used now.AMIM has been working hard to revise the tariff since the establishment of the AMIM GBSRT Task Force in January 2018. Since then, various engagements, workshops, meetings & forums have been organized by AMIM. And now, we are proud to inform you that we are at the final stage of finalizing the GBSRT with Government agencies, so let’s put the finishing touch on it and get the revised tariff ready for the benefits of the industry especially to AMIM members.

The workshop’s main objective is the revision of the current Government Tariff. Above all, the workshop is about closing the gap between the Government and the industry players. The session will combine a variety of debates and brainstorming with facts & figures to help give us the best solution for all stakeholders.

The events bring together important key people from the Royal Malaysian Navy, Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency, Marine Police, Department of Fisheries, Marine Department, Royal Malaysian Custom, MOF & MINDEF together with AMIM diverse membership for 3-days of networking, work, food, fun, and camaraderie.

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As the only national industry organisation representing SBSR and marine-related industry players in Malaysia, AMIM plays a central role in the development of the nation’s SBSR industry.