Thursday, 3 March 2016

IEM YES Technical Visit to Bintulu Edible Oils & Tokuyama

Date       :   18th March 2016 (Friday)
Time      :   7.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
Venue    :   Bintulu Edible Oils Sdn Bhd & Tokuyama Malaysia (Samalaju factory)
(Gathering Point at Civic Centre, Miri)
Fees*     :   RM 100 (for members only)
    RM 150 (for non-members)

CPD       : 5.5

*Lunch inclusive

Bintulu Edible Oils Sdn Bhd is one of the eight key palm oil refineries in Malaysia under PGEO group which is owned by Wilmar International Limited. Situated in Kidurong Industrial Area, it produces refined, bleached and deodorized palm oil, olein and stearin. Its operation commences since July 1992.
The Samalaju factory of Tokuyama Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. is a polycrystalline silicon manufacturing plant situated in the Samalaju Industrial Park. This polysilicon is a very important raw material for producing semiconductors and solar cells. 

For those who are interested to join as participants, they may register using the form in the flyer and email to the organising chairman at / 016-8670650 (whatsapp only) or  register online via 

For those who owns a car and willing to drive, we have a special offer for you. We are looking into the possibility of carpooling  to bring our participants from Miri to Bintulu. The driver will fetch another 4 participants from the gathering point and bring them back to Miri after the visit ends. In return, the driver will have the registration fee waived and get extra RM100 as petrol subsidy. If you are interested, please whatsapp Ms Yeong Siew Ping at 016-8670650 with your car details (Do remember to fill in the registration form as well). Ms. Yeong will confirm with you if you are selected as the driver.

**This offer is only open for a maximum of 6 pax, as the car needed depends on the no. of pax registered at the end of the day.

For more details, please refer to the enclosed flyer: 

Sunday, 21 February 2016

BEM Mandatory Courses in Miri (March-May 2016)

There will be 3 BEM Mandatory Courses offered in Miri from March to May as follows:

(a) BEM Code of Ethnics/Regulations (7-8 March 2016)
(b) BEM Engineering Management Practice (7-8 April 2016)
(c) BEM Safety & Health At Work (19-20 May 2016)

Venue: IEM Miri Branch, Lot 2935, 2nd Floor Faradale Commercial Centre, Jalan Bulan Sabit 98000 Miri Sarawak

You may find more information in the following:

Monday, 25 January 2016

17th Annual General Meeting of IEM Miri Branch and IEM Dinner 2016

The 17th Annual General Meeting of IEM Miri Branch will be held on SATURDAY, 5 MARCH 2016, 11:00am at Room Mega IV, Ground Floor, Mega Hotel Miri to transact the following business:

1)      To receive and adopt the 2015 Annual Report of the Branch
2)      To receive and adopt the 2015 Annual Financial Report of the Branch
3)      To receive the report of the Scrutinisers
4)      To appoint Auditors for the coming year
5)      To transact any other business that the Committee may put forward to the meeting

All Corporate Members are eligible to be nominated for the above posts. We welcome volunteers among the Corporate Members to take up the challenge and serve our institution. 

4 CPD points will be awarded for attendance to the AGM and each Executive Committee Meeting. Graduate and Student members are also welcomed to witness the event.

The IEM Dinner 2016 will be held on the same day after the AGM from 6:30pm to 10:30pm.
If you are interested to join the event, kindly contact Ir Chong or Elaine Wee for ticketing. We look forward to your participation.

Sunday, 25 October 2015

Technical Talk on AVENA for EPC Marine and Fabricator

Date : 17th November 2015
Time : 8:30hours to 17:00hours
Venue : Imperial Palace Hotel
Fees : FOC (Student) – Please bring valid student ID
          FOC (for IEM members only including graduate/professional Nov,2015 members)
          FOC (for non-IEM members)

BEM Approved CPD HOURS: 5.5  (Ref No: IEM15/MIRI/367/T)


The general tendency for engineering consultants to stay in the competition is to address more complex segments of the market in order to escape a price competition. This implies to be ready to withstand more complex production and sometimes more complex markets. The Marine and Fabrication business are at the extreme end of such scenario, regardless how far in complexity the design need to go, the engineering consultant needs to cope with the short time frame and competitive costing. Implementing a tailored integrated solution will majorly help engineering consultants tackle a broader footprint of projects covering from the shipbuilding to engineering construction industries and enabling to provide a much better service to their clients with more automatic accurate fabrication information to increase productivity. Join us for this invitation only event in collaboration with IEM for the professional engineers in Miri.This program will cover important aspects for delivering efficiency, cost savings and innovation for the marine and fabricator industry to gain sustainable competitive advantage especially in today’s increasingly challenging business climate. This interactive program will be focusing on:
(a) Applying lean methodology through an integrated set of solutions to help businesses accelerate and control engineering processes, enabling multiple-discipline engineers to share and collaborate on design changes effectively reducing project risk, cost and timescales.
(b) Achieving efficient and effective engineering & design work process to generate project data, manage its evolution and use throughout the shipbuilding process, and enable the most effective use of production facilities.
(c) Understanding how the best-in-class Building information Modeling (BIM) solution is offering Engineering Consultants and Fabricators an ideal platform to work together building a multi material construction model.
(d) Providing the engineering consultant industry a highly versatile estimating, material management and production control solution designed to automate and integrate key operations for steel fabrication companies – to include faster bid preparation, more accurate and consistent estimating, reduced material and labour costs and improved end product quality.

The talk is strictly limited to only 50 participants registered on a first come, first served basis. Interested members can register themselves by filling the form and email to us. When all seats have been filled, the registration will be closed. Kindly refer to the attached flyer:

Thursday, 15 October 2015

Technical Visit to BBC Palm Oil Mill & BBC Biogas Plant, Bintulu

Date    :   12th December 2015 (Saturday)
Time   :   8.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
Venue :   BBC Palm Oil Mill & BBC Biogas Plant, Bintulu
(Gathering Point at 101 Hotel, Bintulu)
Fees     :   RM 50 (for members only)
    RM 150 (for non-members)

Age     :   21 years old and above.

BBC Palm Oil Mill is located at Bintulu and mainly process fresh oil palm fruits to produce crude palm oil and palm kernel. Besides that, BBC has a well-planned Biogas Plant which utilized the waste from palm oil mill and turn it into valuable energy sources for brick factory nearby.


Gather at 101 Hotel, Bintulu.
8:30am – 9:00am
Registration of participants.
9:00am -10:00am
Depart from 101 Hotel to BBC Palm Oil Mill
10:00am – 10:30am
Safety briefing by BBC Palm Oil Mill’s officer in-charge.
10:30am – 12:00pm
Presentation by Mill Manager.
12:00pm -12:15pm
Preparation to visit palm oil mill.
12:15am -2:00pm
Visit palm oil mill.
2:00pm – 3:30pm
Visit BBC Biogas Plant.
3:30pm – 4:00pm
Presentation of souvenir & photo session.
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Depart from BBC Palm Oil Mill to Miri.

Registration will be closed on 11th November 2015
Any enquiries, please contact Ir. Tian Foon Howe at or 019-8158648

Please download the REGISTRATION FORM as below: