Serba Dinamik bags 10 contracts worth over RM543m

KUALA LUMPUR (June 30): Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd has bagged 10 new contracts, including three worth an estimated RM543.5 million in Indonesia and Zambia.

In a statement today, the group said it had secured an engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contract through its 75%-owned unit PT Serba Dinamik Indonesia, and two information, communication and technology (ICT) contracts through its wholly-owned subsidiary SDIT International Ltd.

The remaining seven contracts were obtained through wholly-owned Serba Dinamik Sdn Bhd in Malaysia. These operations and maintenance (O&M) contracts have no specific value as they are on a “call-out” basis, the group said.

Serba Dinamik group managing director Datuk Dr Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullahsaid: “We are pleased to be awarded with these 10 contracts, allowing us to expand our business operations not only in Malaysia and Indonesia but in Zambia as well.

“The two contracts secured in Zambia have further strengthened our position in Africa and strengthen our capabilities in the ICT segment. Nonetheless, we are confident that Serba Dinamik will hit another peak for the financial year ending [Dec 31], 2020.”

Shares in Serba Dinamik closed six sen or 3.77% higher at RM1.65 today, with a market capitalisation of RM5.56 billion.

Source: The Edge Markets

Issued Date: 30th Jun 2020



You are invited to watch the Virtual Launching Ceremony of halal2go service by Serba Dinamik IT Solutions (SDIT), LIVE on halal2go’s Facebook Page on Tuesday, 19th May 2020, between 1.45 pm to 3.00 pm (GMT +8)!

This ceremony will include an exclusive appearance by ‘Robot Jasmin‘, an AI-powered robot who will be one of the emcees for the event! Please refer the poster for more details of the event!

We look forward to having you onboard this exclusive launch!

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Serba Dinamik dapat kontrak RM7.71 bilion di Abu Dhabi

KUALA LUMPUR: Serba Dinamik International Ltd (SDIL), unit milik penuh Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd, memperoleh kontrak pembinaan bernilai RM7.71 bilion di Abu Dhabi.

Dalam makluman kepada Bursa Malaysia, Serba Dinamik berkata pada 12 April 2020, SDIL telah menerima surat lantikan daripada Block 7 Investments LLC untuk menjalankan kerja-kerja kejuruteraan, perolehan dan pembinaan hab inovasi, kampus akademik, infrastruktur teknologi maklumat (IT) dan kemudahan yang berkaitan di Abu Dhabi.

“Projek ini akan merangkumi tiga bidang kepentingan, iaitu hab inovasi yang termasuk pembangunan pejabat, restoran, pusat pameran dan pusat IT.

“Ia turut merangkumi sebuah kampus akademik dan penginapan yang termasuk pangsapuri dan hotel, di kawasan seluas 455,000 meter persegi,” katanya.

Menurut Serba Dinamik, projek itu adalah sebahagian daripada inisiatif Block 7 untuk mewujudkan inkubator global bagi kemajuan penginovasi buat sektor teknologi, hartanah, kewangan dan tenaga serta menjadikannya sebagai mercu tanda baharu Abu Dhabi.

Katanya, bidang kerja meliputi tetapi tidak terhad kepada reka bentuk, jurutera, perolehan, penyeliaan, pengurusan, pembekalan, pengangkutan, pembinaan, pengoperasian dan memulihkan sebarang kelemahan berkaitan projek terbabit.

Serba Dinamik berkata, SDIL dan Block 7 bersetuju bahawa kerja-kerja akan siap dalam tempoh 1,460 hari dari tarikh mula 14 Mei 2020.

“Pemberian kontrak ini tidak akan memberi sebarang kesan kepada modal saham terbitan dan pegangan saham pemegang saham utama syarikat.

“Ia dijangka menyumbang secara positif kepada aset bersih, pendapatan disatukan dan pendapatan sesaham syarikat untuk tahun kewangan berakhir 31 Disember 2020,” katanya.


Source: Berita Harian Online

Issued Date: 15th Apr 2020



KUCHING, Mar 10: Angkatan Zaman Mansang Sarawak (AZAM Sarawak), Sarawak Development Institute (SDI) and Faradale Media-M (FMM) had their chance to take a sneak peek into D-Virtual Park, the first virtual reality (VR) theme park in Malaysia.

The purpose of the visit to the park located at Serba Dinamik facilities and Smart Hub in Kota Samarahan on Mar 10 was to explore potential collaborations and linkages in future programmes as VR technology will become an increasingly important and accessible tool in various industries as the state moves towards Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.O).

The site also houses the Serba DigitalX Fablab (a community and innovation Lab) and SDx Studio (a co-working space) which are among the key developments of the Smart- Integrated Project which includes the one-of-a-kind D-Virtual Park, ESports Arena and D- Tamu (digital kiosks for hawker centers and local traders).

“This is the new lifestyle and community hub that can boost creativity and innovation. Thus the establishment of Serba DigitalX (SDx) as an innovation and creative hub will become a hotspot for talent and creative community to work on projects and share ideas,” General Operation Manager of Serba Dinamik IT Solutions, Abdul Qaiyum Alidin said.

According to Abdul Qaiyum, D-Virtual Park will also create an ecosystem for the younger generation to channel their creativity into bringing greater benefits to their communities.

“This initiative will not only provide an ideal environment for makers, creators, innovators but also position Sarawak as the preferred location for startups to grow globally,” he added.

A variety of VR entertainments such as VR Speed Cruiser, VR Elevation D’Luxe, VR Gyrate and many more are also available at D-Virtual Park.

The official launching of the park is slated for Mar 23 and various Memorandums of Understanding (MolJs) will be signed between Serba Dinamik and other agencies.— DayakDaily.

Source: DayakDaily

Issued Date: 10th Mar 2020, Tuesday



MoU Signing between EPITOME COLLEGE and SERBA DINAMIK IT SOLUTIONS SDN BHD. EPITOME COLLEGE is the 1st in Malaysia to provide graduation certificates with QR CODE.

Pilot implementation of NIDCERT academic, blockchain-powered system to issue genuine academic credentials and to prevent the use of fake certificates.

Source: Start Up Borneo

Issued Date: 10th May 2019, Friday


Serba Dinamik eyes RM150mil to RM200mil sales from IT

Group managing director Datuk Dr Abdul Karim Abdullah (pic) said Serba Dinamik is becoming an international energy engineering services provider by establishing itself in strategic locations.

SHAH ALAM: Engineering services provider Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd is targeting to achieve sales of RM150mil to RM200mil for its information technology (IT) segment this year.

In comparison, the group’s IT segment achieved sales of RM8mil last year, and for the first four months of 2019, the group garnered revenue of RM25mil.

Group CEO Datuk Karim Abdullah said the target would be driven by its consumer IT products, particularly the cashless payment solution QwikPay which now has 50,000 users. Additionally, Serba Dinamik has RM50mil worth of IT projects in hand.

“We are confident of achieving our sales target. Going forward, IT will be an important business for Serba Dinamik. We will tap into our geographical network in the Middle East, Asia and Central Asia to grow this segment.

“The upcoming Beyond Paradigm Summit 2019 will also provide a marketing opportunity for our IT products,” he said at a briefing.

In line with Serba Dinamik’s push for IT and technologies of fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0), the group is organising the Beyond Paradigm Summit 2019, which will feature social humanoid robot Sophia for the first time in Malaysia.

To be held on July 17-18 at the Malaysian International Trade and Exhibition Centre, the summit will showcase advanced technologies encapsulating the core ideas of digitalisation and data exchange surrounding IR 4.0.

“We are preparing ourselves for the challenges by embracing the advanced technologies of IR 4.0 that include what is called Smart Maintenance and Manufacturing.“It is the new approach to combining traditional maintenance and manufacturing processes and technology, such as the Internet of Things, to improve automation, communication and use of real-time data,” said Karim.

Source: The Star Online

Issued Date: 14th June 2019, Friday


Serba Dinamik unit to launch content platform in Asia, Africa

SDIT Chief Technology Officer, Kalaikovan Antony (pic) said the online platform, known as the Global Content Exchange Club (GCE Club), provides users with an unlimited access to an extensive collection of contents, including books, journals, thesis, audio files, multimedia, videos, drawings and images in a unified marketplace.

CYBERJAYA: Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary, Serba Dinamik IT Solutions Sdn Bhd (SDIT), will launch its cloud-based online content sharing platform in Indonesia, India, Qatar and several African countries next year.

SDIT chief technology officer Kalaikovan Antony said the online platform, known as the Global Content Exchange Club (GCE Club), provides users with an unlimited access to an extensive collection of contents, including books, journals, thesis, audio files, multimedia, videos, drawings and images in a unified marketplace.

“Through GCE Club, anyone from any part of the world can sell and purchase academic contents. We believe that valuable content should be made easily available for those who want it.

“As such, we made content-sourcing easy, simple and seamless. We aim to have 50,000 GCE users worldwide by end-2020, ” he said.

Kalaikovan said this to reporters after a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signing ceremony between SDIT and Geomatika University College at the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre here today.

He said under the MoU, Geomatika students and academicians can create, exchange, digitise and monetise their write-ups, thesis or even assignments on GCE Club by sharing the contents with the international market.GCE also features a freelance corner as well as a place for those looking for translators and proofreaders for their writings, he added. — Bernama

Source: The Star Online

Issued Date: 22nd October 2019, Tuesday


Serba Dinamik eyeing more smart maintenance projects

Serba Dinamik strongly believes that the smart maintenance systems and applications that it has developed would help asset owners to improve in terms of assets and productivity.

KUALA LUMPUR: Engineering services provider Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd (Serba Dinamik) plans to aggressively look for opportunities for smart maintenance projects next year, said group managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Dr Mohd Karim Abdullah.

He said the group strongly believed that the smart maintenance systems and applications that it has developed would help asset owners to improve in terms of assets and productivity.

Serba Dinamik aimed to expand the services to the Middle East and Central Asia, apart from the existing projects in Malaysia and Indonesia, he said.

“We have received a purchase order from Indonesia for us to carry out the smart maintenance implementation of their assets. In Malaysia, what has been agreed is that the national oil company has allowed Serba Dinamik to use the smart maintenance systems and applications that we have developed in the contracts that we have secured with Petronas,” he told Bernama at the recent International Applied Vibration Conference (IAVIC) 2019.

Mohd Karim, who is also deputy president of the Institute of Materials, Malaysia, said Serba Dinamik was looking to expand the smart maintenance applications to sectors like power generation and facility management.

“Our smart maintenance systems and applications can also be used in buildings maintenance and other assets which is related to the building itself,” he added.

Overall, Mohd Karim said the adoption of Industry 4.0 (IR4.0) in the local oil and gas industry was low and awareness is needed to fast-track the IR4.0 adoption among these companies.

“Based on a study, they (O&G companies) are still in the Third Industrial Revolution (IR3.0). So, one of the major components in IR3.0 is digitalisation of data information and quite a number of oil and gas companies are starting or have done this digitalisation process.

“Then it goes to IR4.0 which involves data collection in digital format that can be used in data analytics and fast-track the results of data that are being collected. There are a lot of things to build up the awareness and to make it ready to be implemented in the industry,” he said.

Themed “Vibration in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0”, the two-day event was held on November 13 to 14, 2019.

The conference highlighted the latest standards, technology and best practices in not only solving but also managing vibration issues related to humans, processes, transportation, building, and structures, as well as machinery.

Serba Dinamik is an international services group providing integrated engineering solutions to the oil and gas, petrochemical, power generation industries, waste and wastewater, and utilities. To-date, the group’s order book has exceeded RM10 billion. — Bernama

Source: Borneo Post Online

Issued Date: 19th November 2019, Tuesday


Serba Dinamik IT Solutions recognised for smart maintenance platform

Abdul Karim (third right) after receiving the award. Also present are Kalaikovan (fourth left) and Serba Dinamik Vice President of Special Projects, Training and Education Dr Mohamed Ackiel (left). Photo: Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary Serba Dinamik IT Solutions (SDIT), has been recognised by the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) for its Smart Maintenance Platform, it said in a statement.

Group chief executive officer Datuk Dr Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullah received the Digital Innovation Award at the 2019 World Congress on Information Technology, held in Yerevan, Armenia recently.

Also present was SDIT’s chief technology officer Kalaikovan Antony.

The Smart Maintenance Platform, is an AI driven, integrated system used in the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) industry that is able to manage and plan maintenance in an efficient and thorough manner as it optimises manpower allocation.With this platform, managers are able to see the resources on-site, allocate workforce to a task based on their technical specialties and competencies as well as to monitor the task progress and completion.


Issued Date: 4th November 2019, Monday


Serba Dinamik — now, a strong force globally

KUCHING: From its humble beginnings in Bintulu way back in 1993, Serba Dinamik Holdings Berhad (SDHB) has achieved many milestones and developed into a force to be reckoned with on the global platform.

In 1997, the company became a vendor for Petronas. Four years later, SDHB secured its first overseas contract — a maintenance, repair and overhaul contract signed with a liquefied natural gas plant in Qatar. In 2017, SDHB was listed on the main market of Bursa Malaysia.

Today, SDHB and its group of companies are an international energy services group that provides a range of engineering services and solutions for the oil and gas industry from operation and maintenance, engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning, in addition to other supporting products and services.

SDHB founder, group managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) Datuk Dr Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullah is one who helped elevate Sarawak’s oil and gas industry to greater heights; he is forward-thinking, highly ambitious, and insightful.

“Following the signing of an RM313 million contract between SDHB and Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd in early March this year, Sarawak’s oil and gas industry will be welcoming new opportunities in employment and capacity-building,” he remarked.

Dr Mohd Abdul Karim elaborated that based on the contract, Petronas facilities in the state would receive maintenance, construction and modification services as provided by SDHB.

“The awarding of this contract for Miri and Bintulu facilities reflects SDHB’s good reputation for quality of work and timely delivery. At the same time, we greatly emphasise occupational safety,” he added as he expressed the company’s sincere appreciation towards Petronas’ confidence in them.

SDHB is now venturing into new markets on a global scale, including Europe, America and the Middle East.

“Malaysia is just one market SDHB is focusing on. At the same time, we have enormous operations in various locations around the world,” he said, adding that 35 per cent of SDHB’s economic contributions over the last half-decade had been sourced domestically while the rest came from international operations.

One of the company’s most recent high-profile achievements just last week was its signing of a $30 million agreement with the Islamic Development Bank (ISDB) for the “Reverse Linkage” project in ISDB member countries.

The “Reverse Linkage” project, championed by ISDB, is a technical cooperation programme which provides solutions to development challenges through triangular cooperation. ISDB matches two member counties via the “Reverse Linkage” mechanism — enabling them to exchange resources, technology, and expertise.

Dr Mohd Abdul Karim described the agreement as a win-win situation for both his firm as well as ISDB.

However, the astute managing director is not one to put all his eggs in one basket. Being aware that some markets, such as in the Middle East, come with potential geopolitical risks, SDHB is also diversifying geographically in order to lessen risks.

“We are quite aggressively pushing in Central Asia and we have embarked in Africa as well,” he disclosed. With these expansions, SDHB expects a revenue increment of 15 to 20 per cent for this financial year.

The company has indeed been recognised for its diligent efforts, having recently earned oil and gas engineering and maintenance contracts in three countries, namely Uzbekistan, United Arab Emirates and Qatar all worth a combined total of USD110 million.

“In Malaysia, we have also been awarded six more oil and gas contracts,” Dr Mohd Abdul Karim disclosed.

Last year, SDHB had a combined revenue of RM3.28 billion. This year, the CEO hoped the company would be able to achieve RM4 billion in revenue.

He announced that SDHB was close to achieving this year’s order book target of RM10 billion, currently standing at RM8.3 billion.

Touching on key components of their business, Dr Mohd Abdul Karim highlighted sustainability and flexibility.

SDHB, he remarked, was always willing to re-evaluate if certain operations were hindered by external factors, instead focusing on effectively expanding their operations and earnings in other regions if necessary.

Meanwhile, SDHB’s scope is also broadening with the group aiming to be a serious contender in renewable energy, with RM700 million being allocated to several power generation projects just last August.

According to Dr Mohd Abdul Karim, SDHB is setting its sights on hydro markets such as Malaysia, Indonesia and Laos.

Thinking ahead in this modern age, SDHB is now venturing into the technological sector as well, especially with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Serba Dinamik IT Solutions Sdn Bhd.

“We believe there is potential growth for our IT (information technology) division, which is important as well since IT is a catalyst for the future’s shifting lifestyles.

Source: Sarawak Voice

Issued Date: 16th September 2019, Wednesday