THE Kulim Industrial Tenants Association (Kita) celebrated its 10th anniversary at the Kulim Golf and Country Club.
Hundreds of people, including employees and management staff of Kulim Hi-Tech Park (KHTP), turned up for the high tea.
The celebration was a tribute to the association’s long-term members, key stakeholders and operational sub-committees who continue to drive Kita towards realising its vision of making Kulim a preferred community living area.
Kita president P’ng Soo Hong said the association’s main aim was to provide a single communication channel to the government, service providers, community and stakeholders, as well as fostering better links and collaborative efforts amongst companies in KHTP.
“We have been collaborating closely with various agencies to achieve our objectives.
“Together, we have addressed critical utility issues, and have worked towards improving and sustaining the park’s infrastructure,” he said in his speech during the celebration recently.
“Kita, with the support of its member companies, will continue to cultivate strong relationships and collaborative efforts with stakeholders to make KHTP the most desirable place for investment,” he said.
The anniversary celebration also saw P’ng presenting RM5,000 to the East Coast Flood Relief Fund set up by KHTP Local Authority.
The contribution was received by KHTP Local Authority secretary Zafir Annuar Ghazali.
Kita is represented by companies that are leaders in their fields, including electronics, green energy, medical and scientific technologies, automation, resource management, logistics and other support functions.
For more information, visit www.mykita.com.my.