Hahdhunmathi Bus Service inaugurated

The inauguration ceremony of Handhumathi link road bus service was held in Laamu Fonadhoo on Friday.

Minister for Economic Development Mohamed Saeed was the chief guest of the ceremony. Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China His Excellency Zhang Lizhong, Parliament member of Fonadhoo constituency Abdul Raheem Abdulla was also present at the event.

Speaking in the ceremony, minister Saeed said that Handhunmath bus service will be one of the best public transport service in the country and that the Hahdhunmathi bus service will make new jobs in Hahdhunmathi region.

CEO Ibrahim Abdul Razzaq Haleem said that MPL will try to provide a quality service for the people of Hahdhunmathi. CEO Haleem also highlighted that MPL will provide the bus service without any interest in making a profit.

The bus service of hahdhunmathi link road will be conducted by MPL. The bus service operations started on Saturday, with 4 buses. Hahdhunmathi bus service will cover the 17.8 km long Hahdhunmathi Link road, which is the biggest road in the Maldives.

MPL celebrates International Day of Older Persons

Maldives Ports Limited has celebrated the International Day of Older Persons.

In a event held in MPL head office, elderly staff who are currently working in MPL were given a certificate and a gift pack.

Speaking at the ceremony, CEO Ibrahim Abdul Razzaq Haleem said that the elderly staff has contributed to the development of the company within the past 30 years, and the company appreciates the work of the elderly staff.

“Most people here have worked in this company for a long period of time. In modern times, we don’t see people who are committed to one organization for a long period. Almost all of the elderly staff in this company has worked in this company for about for 15 or 20 years. We must admire the commitment of the elderly staff,” CEO Haleem said.

Charity futsal match played to raise funds for Rohingya Muslims

Maldives Ports Limited and Maldives Customs Service has organized charity futsal matches to help Rohingya Muslims.

Two charity matches were played in Kuda Henveiru turf ground on 22nd September. First match was played between MPL

Senior management and Customs Senior Management. MPL senior management won the match by 4-3.

The second match was played between MPL women’s team and Custom women’s team. MPL won the match.

A total of 103,000 was raised through selling of match jerseys only. Also additional funds were raised through fund boxes and selling of lucky draw tickets.

The event to help Rohingya Mulsims organized by Customs and MPL was very successful.