Leform wins RM19.53mil contract from IJM Construction

KUALA LUMPUR: Leform Bhd has secured a contract worth RM19.53mil from IJM Construction Sdn Bhd to supply and install guardrails at Section 11 of the Beruas Interchange to Taiping South Interchange.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, the steel product manufacturer said the work is expected to be completed by Aug 30, 2023.

“The expressway, once completed, will be the third longest highway in Peninsular Malaysia, spanning 233 kilometres, after the 966 kilometres North-South Expressway and the 330 kilometres East Coast Highway.”

Leform managing director Law Kok Thye said the contract marks the continuous effort towards securing projects since becoming a listed entity.

“We believe this award also signifies a vote of confidence and trust by our business partners in the management, thus providing a huge encouragement for us to further strengthen our position.

“We have no doubts in executing our expansion plan, which includes the construction of a new warehouse storage facility to scale up our storage area and operational efficiency while allowing us to expand our product variety to include thicker gauge steel pipes,” he said in the same statement.

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