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PEDA: SOUTHERN 1 REGION PROTON DEALERS GATHERINGS

PROTON EDAR Dealers Association Malaysia (PEDA) made its first trip to Southern region for a healthy meeting and discussion. PEDA Committee was represented by the President Armin Baniaz Pahamin, Deputy President Dato Nik Izani, Vice President SB Siaw, Hon Treasurer Dato Yahya Jaafar, Secretary-General Malkeet Singh, Assistant Secretary-General Mohd Nor Azan, Committee member Dato Isa Indot. The meeting was help at New York Hotel, Johor Bharu.


Except for 2 dealers, the gathering was attended by all of Southern Region 1 PROTON dealers' directors and managers. Those that attended were from Datuk Yahya Jaafar (Alam Biru Sdn Bhd), Zulkifzaini Sahari (Alam Biru Sdn Bhd), Mr Wong Yong Seng (Autofin Associates (Johore) Sdn Bhd), Abu Bakar Ahmad (Edaran Sri Sutera Sdn Bhd), Mr SB Siaw (Edaran Sri Mestika Sdn Bhd), Mr Tan Seng Hin (Edaran Sri Mestika Sdn Bhd), Ms Chan Ley Hoon (Erat Sehati Sdn Bhd(, Mr Tan Seng Thong (Erat Sehati Sdn Bhd), Mr Ee Boon Keng (Kenari Bernas Sdn Bhd), En Amir Abu Bakar (Kulis Auto Sdn Bhd),  En Yahoda (Osmotrade Sdn Bhd), En Mohd Irwan Kassim (Seni Oto Edaran Sdn Bhd), Mr Leong Yi Shan (Speedway Motor Credit Sdn Bhd), Mr Leong Yi Shan (Speedway Motor Credit Sdn Bhd), Mr Kenny Ng (Speedway Motor Credit Sdn Bhd), Mr Jerry Tee Kai Ming (Temaco Auto Credit Sdn Bhd), Mr Tee Siong Guan (Temaco Auto Credit Sdn Bhd), Mr Brian Tien (Urus Usaha Sdn Bhd), Mr Alan Cheng Tim Tzen (Yoong Ming Auto Services & Parts Sdn Bhd).







left: PEDA Hon Treasurer Datuk Yahya Jaafar, Vice-President SB Siaw, President Armin Baniaz Pahamin, Deputy President Dato Nik Izani, Sec-Gen Malkeet Singh, Assistant Sec-Gen Mohd Nor Azan, committee Dato Isa Indot


There were various issues discussed, debated and resolved but what is certain, all issues will be raised with the respective party. Unfortunately, most issues are sensitive in nature and should only be viewed by PEDA members at www.proton-dealers.com. Next stop is Central Region on 9 February 2012. Stay Tuned.


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