WB Land had recently hosted a working visit for Datuk Mohd Izhar bin Ahmad, Johor Exco for Investment, Entrepreneur Development, Cooperatives and Human Resources, and Invest Johor Chief Executive Mohd Masni bin Wakiman to Frontier Park in Desa Cemerlang, Johor Bahru.
WB Land’s General Manager Kevin Woon and team briefed Datuk Mohd Izhar and Mohd Masni at the Frontier Gallery on the latest investments in Frontier Park as well as the progress of the new access to the East-West Link, a Federal Government project. The visit ended with a tour around the new-age industrial park followed by lunch following all SOPs in place.
Challenging the limits by driving innovation in designs and flexibility, the latest project, Frontier Industrial Park was awarded the Best in Malaysia award for its integrated focus and world-class amenities.
In December last year, Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan officially opened Johor’s first workers’ hostel that is certified under the Workers’ Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Act (Act 446) at Frontier Park Hostel. The five-storey hostel which is now fully occupied, boasts of recreational, canteen and commercial facilities such as food stalls, mini-mart and retail shops that more than meet the basic needs of the workers.