Government printers open doors to public

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THE Government Printing Department officiated the new look of its customer service section in a ceremony held during the customer appreciation day at its headquarters in Old Airport, Berakas yesterday. 

In his speech, Acting Director of Government Printing Department Hj Kamarul Azam Hj Mohamad said that the new look of customer service section is provided for the convenience and comfort of customers.

 The customer service section is equipped with service counters, queue numbering system, mini exhibition room displaying various printing products by the department, customer consultation rooms for discussions and editing process of computerised product design.

Hj Kamarul Azam expressed his appreciation for the efforts and contributions of all officers and staff involved in renovation projects. He said that the works such as interior design, dividing wall, transfer of equipments and the installation of electrical wiring and lights were done by officers and staff of the department.

With regards to the customer appreciation day, he said that the one-day event aims to disseminate information on services provided by the department, including printing Islamic texts.

Among the Islamic texts printed by the department include Mushaf Al-Quran, Surah Yaasin and Tahlil, Takhtim Al-Quran, Ratib Al-Attas, Dikir Syarafil Anam and Dikir Daba'ie. The department also print and sell Government Gazette. 

In the near future, he added, the department will produce new versions of some of Islamic texts such as Surah Yaasin in which one of the plans is to standardise its calligraphy. In addition, selected prayers such as Doa Tahlil, Doa Selamat, Doa Kesyukuran and Doa Tolak Bala will be provided in Malay translation.

“To all our customers, thank you for being our valued customers. We are grateful for the pleasure of serving you and meeting your printing needs. Please let us know anytime we can improve our service to you,” he said.

Following the ceremony, all guests comprising public relations officers and representatives from the government agencies, private sector and educational institutions in the country, then toured the facilities to take a closer look at how the printing and compilation process are made.

For further information on the products and services, the department can be contacted at its customer service section at working days from 8am to 11.45am and from 2pm to 4pm.

The Brunei Times