Sales of Naim’s Street Mall and Sovo units very encouraging, says deputy CEO

BINTULU: Naim Holdings Bhd is seeing healthy response to its Street Mall and Small Office Versatile Office (Sovo) units.

Its deputy chief executive officer Ng Kim Huatt said the two components of its Bintulu Paragon development had been very well received by the Bintulu communities, judging by hundreds of visitors who thronged Naim Land Sdn Bhd’s sales gallery at the Old Airport Road here, to enquire about available units during the company’s Chinese New Year Open House yesterday.

“As such, we urge those who have yet to be a part of Bintulu Paragon to find out more about our limited prime Street Mall and Sovo units,” he said.

At the event, Naim also introduced its new upmarket brand called “Naim Signature Collection”.

“Briefly, Naim Signature Collection comprises a range of unique and outstanding residential and commercial properties redefining your life, work and play experiences. These properties will contain special features in terms of products, such as branded finishes, multi-tiered security, benefits of integrated developments and others.

“We launched our first product under the Collection, called the Sapphire On The Park condominium development in Kuching and we invite all to find out more about other offerings under the Collection,” said Ng.

Naim also took the opportunity to give back to society by assisting six Chinese schools here — SM Kai Dee, SJK Kai Ming, SJK Siong Boon, SJK Chung Hua, SJK Chung Hua No 2 and SJK Sebiew Chinese.

Ng said Naim had always been regarded as a developer and contractor who could deliver, adding that all projects had been completed on time and in strict adherence to specifications.

“In fact, about 50% of our projects are completed ahead of schedule. That is why we provide a 24- month warranty period for our developments, compared to the 12 months provided by most developers. When we say that we are a developer of quality, we mean what we say.

“However, we don’t want to be merely a good developer.

“We also want to be a good corporate citizen. Naim has always taken into consideration the interests of communities in which it operates and as such, we have very strong outreach programmes, through which we connect with the less fortunate members of the society,” he said.

SOURCE: The Star Online (3 February 2014)