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Centurion Corp's Penang dormitory provides little consolation for Tuas closure

Stanislaus Jude Chan
Stanislaus Jude Chan2/4/2019 11:24 AM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Centurion Corp's Penang dormitory provides little consolation for Tuas closure
SINGAPORE (Feb 4): Dormitory operator Centurion Corp might have launched Penang’s first purpose-built workers accommodation (PBWA), but analysts say this will be unlikely to fill the void left by the group’s Westlite Tuas dormitory, which ceased opera
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SINGAPORE (Feb 4): Dormitory operator Centurion Corp might have launched Penang’s first purpose-built workers accommodation (PBWA), but analysts say this will be unlikely to fill the void left by the group’s Westlite Tuas dormitory, which ceased operations in Dec 2017.

Located in Bukit Minyak on the mainland of Penang, the Westlite Bukit Minyak PBWA held its Certificate of Completion and Compliance ceremony on Jan 29.

Centurion’s seventh PBWA in Malaysia, Westlite Bukit Minyak is situated near factories of many electrical & electronics (E&E) manufacturers.

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