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18 years old, wholly owned subsidiary of DRB-Hicom,  PUSPAKOM took one step forward into CSR to ensure that its employees are healthy to perform at its best when Puspakom appointed world's oldest, 21 years old military-inspired group outdoor personal training, the Chief's Original Bootcamp (COBC).

Puspakom is Malaysia's only  concessionaire appointed by the Malaysian government to undertake all mandatory inspections for commercial and public vehicles, as well as private vehicles for hire-purchase financing, ownership transfer and insurance purposes. With more than 1,300 employees performing more than 3 million vehicle inspections annually, their employee's fitness and health became one of the group's driving factor to achieve its target and performances.

Yesterday, 12 October 2012 was the first COBC session held at Wisma DRB-Hicom, Glenmarie. We are pleased and proud to be appointed by Puspakom and look forward to serving all members of DRB-Hicom group. 

The Chief's Original Bootcamp  was represented by 3 Reds, 3 Blues and 1 err.. long sleeves whom rushed out from a meeting to meet with Puspakom. To show COBC's seriousness in our services, both Dr Malek Aziz and Armin Baniaz Pahamin being the owners of COBC Malaysia left our appointments early to ensure everything was perfect. The platoon commander for Puspakom was Sarge (COBC) Tom and assisted by Sarge (COBC) Nawal and Corporal (COBC) Wan. The support in Blue were COBC co-founder Dr Malek Aziz, Farhanah Bamadhaj and Rose Emini Pahamin. I had to leave to attend to another appointment.

Below are some snapshots and candid of Puspakom-in-action. (Click on Picture to enlarge)

Of course, we camwhore a little first before everyone had the first taste of Boocamp training.

Others from the group stood and watch being fascinated with the training.

The first session was designed to be exciting while burning fat rather than intense ended at sundown. We had a splendid moment training with Puspakom officials. We look forward to the second session. Until then... Stay Tuned!!



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