Ranau auto parts firm gives contributes to five primary schools
Published on: Monday, July 15, 2019
By: Clarence GD
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RANAU: A premise selling auto spare parts here marked the opening of its new store by observing its corporate social responsibility (CSR) with the handing over of contributions to five primary schools.

The opening of the third branch of Lee Nyap Auto Parts (KPR) Sdn Bhd was officiated by Karanaan Assemblyman, Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun, who is also former Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment.

During the opening at the store’s new branch, Director of Lee Nyap Group, Datuk Jimmy Tham Yuk Leong, handed over a total of RM15,000 in contributions to the five schools.

Recipients of the contributions that were represented by their respective Headmaster and Headmistress were SK Ratau, SK Badukan, SK Timbua, SK Kepangian and SK Lohan Ranau.

Jimmy, who is also President of Ranau Hakka Association, said the gesture is a way of showing the company’s appreciation to the support of the people in Ranau for the establishment since its inception in 1988.

“The company started 31 years ago with only a small shop. Now thanks to the support of the people in Ranau, we have opened three stores throughout the district, including one in Kundasang.

“This small gesture of contributions to the five schools is a token of our gratitude and part of our effort to give back to the community. We hope that with this contribution, it would help our children receive better education,” he said. 

Masidi commended the diligence and hard work of Lee Nyap Auto Parts and urge others to emulate the accomplishment of the company as well as its noble initiative to share its success with the community.

“This shows that the company have done a great job in providing good services to the people here. Having been in business for over 30 years is nothing short of an achievement that resulted from strong commitment and perseverance.

“Let this be an example not only to other auto parts dealers but also to other business establishments, especially to those owned by locals so that they will emulate the success of this company,” he said.

Paginatan Assmeblyman, Datuk Abidin Madingkir, who is also legal adviser to Ranau Hakka Association said despite the economic tiff between the United States and China, thankfully the business sector in the country is still stable.

“We owe the situation to the fine handling by business owners like Lee Nyap Auto Parts who retain their customers by providing best customer services apart from value for money products,” he said.

Also present were Business Advisor Tiong Hua Ranau, Datuk Koh Bo Eng, UPPM Kundasang, Siriman Basir and representative of Ranau MP, Hussein Jirat.

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