Neville-Clarke (M) Sdn Bhd participated as exhibitor in the Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) Open Day 2014 which was held successfully at MATRADE Exhibition and Convention Centre on 25th March 2014. Over the half day event, more than 200 people visited the exhibition.
Neville Clarke Exhibition Booth at Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) Open Day 2014
The IEE Open Day 2014 was organised by United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) to celebrate the success of Energy Management System (EnMS) and Systems Optimising Expert Programme. Y.B. Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed, Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI) gave his keynote speech stressing the importance of energy efficiency for all industries especially Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
Mr Poon Cheong Yuen, Managing Director of Neville Clarke sharing the Structured Approach in Lean Energy Programme to Y.B. Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed, Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI)
In this event, we had the opportunity to showcase our Lean Energy Programme and Energy Management Systems (ISO 50001) Programme. Addressing the fundamentals of Lean Energy, a Lean Energy knowledge based poster was given to booth visitors. This is to encourage industries to adopt a Structured Approach in their journey of energy efficiency. The whole message behind the idea of this give-away is “Lean Energy by Switching off Operational Wastes”.
Mr Poon Cheong Yuen presenting Lean Energy poster to Y.B. Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed, Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI)
To mention, the visitors made of a number of government and legislation enforcers, ministers and credible energy industry practitioners from various states in Malaysia. Visitors had the chance to interact with Neville Clarke’s team members, to get hands on information about how “Lean” techniques and ISO 50001 can be adopted within their organisations. The exhibits are not only on the services offered by Neville Clarke, but also suggesting new ideas for visitors to adopt for sustainability in their energy efficiency initiatives.
Introduction of Lean Energy Programme and Energy Management System (ISO 50001)