YSHHB students visit Brunei Press

Pengiran Nur’azeezah binti Pengiran Anak Haji Mohammed Al-Mokhtar in a group photo with the stu-dents and teachers of YSHHB Religious School

Pengiran Nur’azeezah binti Pengiran Anak Haji Mohammed Al-Mokhtar in a group photo with the stu-dents and teachers of YSHHB Religious School

THIRTY students from Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah (YSHHB) Religious School made a visit to the Commercial Printing Services (CPS) of Brunei Press Sdn Bhd yesterday afternoon.

Pengiran Nur’azeezah binti Pengiran Anak Haji Mohammed Al-Mokhtar was one among them.

The Deputy General Manager of Brunei Press Sdn Bhd, Hazizah Osman welcomed the students into the conference room for a short presentation on the company.

Hazizah Osman receiving a token of appreciation from one of the teachers of Yayasan Sultan Haji Has-sanal Bolkiah (YSHHB) Religious School.

Hazizah Osman receiving a token of appreciation from one of the teachers of Yayasan Sultan Haji Has-sanal Bolkiah (YSHHB) Religious School.

Hazizah said that the company, which is also the publisher of Brunei’s leading daily newspapers – Borneo Bulletin and Media Permata – is the largest and most established printing firm in the Sultanate.

Within the company, she shared, there is also a Commercial Printing Services arm which covers editorial, creative commercial printing and distribution services.

Ending the presentation, Hazizah said, “At Brunei Press, we work for sustainable business and employment opportunities for citizens of the nation and to date, we are proud to have 90 per cent local employment in our organisation.”

During the question-and-answer session, the students eagerly asked questions as they were interested in knowing more about Brunei Press and its processes, products as well as services.

This was followed by a group photo in the studio and an editing-sharing session of their photos with a staff from the CPS. Three printed copies of the photo were presented to the students and teachers as tokens of appreciation of their visit.

The students were also brought to the metal-printing area and library in the building.

Before ending their visit, a teacher presented a token of appreciation to the deputy general manager.

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