In addition, all four higher learning institutions will be getting approximately 40 hours of training as well as support expansion of the equipment which includes image/vision processing technology or other advancements according to the institutions’ requirements, from Muehlbauer.
“We are pleased that more and more companies are responding positively to our call in narrowing the gap between the latest practical know-how of the industry and university syllabus. We continue to encourage companies to invest in talent and technology to improve productivity and capability, and become future-proof. We also place great importance in engaging with potential investors – particularly large MNCs as they come equipped with the technology and processes required for our industries to grow and diversify,” Dato’Azman Mahmud, Chief Executive Officer of MIDA.
“This initiative will contribute in many ways, especially in enabling lecturers and students to be familiar with the latest technologies in the industry. It will also provide hands-on experience for students in Mechatronics Engineering or those interested in joining the high-tech industry related to mechanical, electrical and electronics, programming and vision technologies. I would like to encourage other global companies to emulate these practices and bring the industry to the next level,” added Dato’ Azman.
“Already for several years we are supporting the local communities by having a fruitful collaboration with the Malaysian Universities; Colleges and Institutes,” said Mr Sekar Ramasamy, the CEO of Muehlbauer Technologies. “With this donation and by enhancing the practical education at the Universities we want to lift this partnership to the next level and help the students to get ready for the challenges of digitalization and Industry 4.0,” he added.
Muehlbauer is also part of the German Dual Vocational Training (DVT) programme, a skill training programme by the Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MGCC) ) in cooperation with the Department of Skills Development of the Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR) and GMI. Last year, 19 students were granted internship placement with Muehlbauer Technologies. The company also provides industrial visitation to universities and institutions.
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For further information, please contact:-
|Mr. Shahrol Shahabudin
Director, Machinery & Equipment Division
03-2267 6674 | [email protected]
|Mr. Mohamad Ismail Abu Bakar
Director, Industry Talent Management And Expatriate Division
03-2267 6715 | ismail @mida.gov.my