Deloitte Malaysia unveils branding deal for MRT station

Smart partnership: Loke (left) officiating the unveiling of the TTDI Deloitte MRT station. The station is on the MRT Kajang line which serves 220,000 people daily.

PETALING JAYA: Deloitte Malaysia has unveiled the TTDI Deloitte MRT station, marking its integration into the network of 29 stations along the MRT Kajang line that is used by more than 220,000 daily riders.

In a statement, Deloitte Malaysia said the TTDI Deloitte MRT station serves as an essential nexus for the Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) community, connecting people and businesses across the Klang Valley to TTDI.

The station also provides tremendous convenience for Deloitte employees who commute to work via the MRT.

Transport Minister Anthony Loke, who officiated the unveiling of the station, said Deloitte’s sponsorship of the TTDI MRT station exemplified a successful private-public partnership, aligning with the government’s principle of collaboration for the betterment of society.

“We appreciate their commitment to this cause and we look forward to having more corporate entities join us in this undertaking. With this sponsorship by Deloitte, I hope the rakyat will get better facilities and experiences at our MRT stations.”

Deloitte Malaysia chief executive officer Yee Wing Peng said Deloitte is very proud to be a part of the TTDI community.

“I look forward to working together with MRT Corp to further enhance the connectivity and accessibility of our public transportation system in the Klang Valley, which will among others, contribute directly towards improving the productivity of our workforce and attracting more domestic and foreign direct investments.”

MRT Corp chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Zarif Hashim said, since the station opened in December 2016, there had been significant growth in ridership, which will now add substantial brand value to Deloitte.

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