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  1. Philips
    consumer electronics, the business activities of the company consist of manufacturing, sales, marketing, technical and application support. in july 1992, philips and motorola established a joint venture company called semiconductor miniature products (malaysia) sdn bhd. situated at tuanku jaafar industrial park in seremban, this plant produces surface mount discrete semiconductors for global...
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  2. Quality of Life
    malaysia is among the most friendly and hospitable places in the world to work and live in. in addition, the country's tropical climate with its uniform temperatures allows light, comfortable clothing throughout the year. expatriates and their families will enjoy a safe and comfortable living environment with 21st century amenities, good healthcare and medical facilities, excellent educationa...
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  3. Testimonials
    consumer electronics, the business activities of the company consist of manufacturing, sales, marketing, technical and application support. read more s 5  testimonials show allhide all samsung samsung has invested close to us$1.2 billion in malaysia, making this the largest offshore investment for us an...
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  4. Living in Malaysia
    1 hotel rates show allhide all hotel rate average published room rates in: single / double rm us$ kuala lumpur 5-star hotel 278.19 86.93 ...
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  5. List of Ministries
    office of the prime minister  ministry of defence  main block, perdana putra building,     federal government administrative centre, 62502 putrajaya, malaysia tel: (603) 8888 8000 fax: (603) 8888 3444 website: www.pmo.gov.my    e-mail: [email protected] jalan padang tembak, 5...
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  6. Food Processing
    there are more than 8,000 establishments in this sub-sector, mainly dominated by malaysian smes. well-known mncs and llcs, both domestic and foreign, are active in the industry. among notable companies in the industry are yeo hiap seng (malaysia) berhad, nestle (malaysia) berhad, ffm berhad, malayan flour mills berhad, kawan food berhad, ql resources berhad, charoen pokphand holdings (malaysi...
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  7. Intellectual Property Protection
    1 intellectual property protection intellectual property system in malaysia is administered by the intellectual property corporation of malaysia (myipo), an agency under the ministry of domestic trade and consumer affairs. intellectual property protection in malaysia comprises of patents, trade marks, industrial designs, copyright, geographical indications and layout desig...
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  8. Dutch Lady
    the company's presence in malaysia started after the second world war. in 1963, its dutch parent company, royal friesland foods nv ("rff"), having confidence in the young nation, built its first plant on a 10-acre site in petaling jaya and dlmi went on to became the first dairy company to be listed on the local stock exchange in 1968.the company has continued to grow ever since. rff, through its v...
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  9. Dyson
    consumer electronics, that dyson was able to license his technology. subsequently, dyson designed and oversaw the manufacture of the g-force, which was launched in 1986.income from g-force royalties enabled dyson and a small team to continue developing his cyclone technology, working from a garden workshop. in may 1993, dyson started manufacturing the vacuum cleaner under his own name, beginning w...
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  10. OSRAM Opto Semiconductors (M) Sdn. Bhd.
    at its headquarters in regensburg, germany, a further production site in penang (malaysia) and a global network of sales and marketing centers, the company employs more than 4600 people. the company benefits from more than thirty years of experience in the development and production of optoelectronic semiconductor components. this is evidenced by more than 3,000 patents in the various area...
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  11. Panasonic Industrial
    panasonic industrial company (m) sdn bhd started its operations in malaysia in 1996 providing marketing, sales and services of electronic components and factory automation services to malaysian electronic manufacturers. our products are for the export and domestic markets. as a company representing the panasonic group, all our products are obtained from other panasonic subsidiaries and f...
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  12. Wood & Wood Products and Furniture & Fixtures
    the government has set an annual growth target of 6.4 per cent for timber exports, which are estimated to be worth rm53 billion by 2020. in 2017, malaysia exported rm23.2 billion worth of wood and wood products, primarily consisting of furniture and panel products, such as medium-density fibreboard (mdf) and plywood. although automation and industry 4.0 in this sector has been slow to take o...
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  13. ALPA Consultancy Pte. Ltd.
    the inter ikea group secures the continuous improvement, development, expansion and long life of the ikea concept. ikea home furnishing products are not new to malaysian consumer, as ikea has been operating its franchised retail stores since 1995. due to retail expansion in asean, ikea was looking for suitable location to establish its regional distribution and supply chain centre which carry...
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  14. Bosch Malaysia
       bosch has been presence in malaysia since 1923, with offices located in selangor, penang and johor. in malaysia, bosch has diversified businesses in mobility solutions, industrial technology, consumer goods, and energy and building technology. the company has three manufacturing plants in penang providing car multimedia, power tools and automotive steering systems. employing mor...
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  15. K-One Technology Berhad
    k-one technology berhad (k-one), founded in 2001 and listed on bursa malaysia in 2006 is an electronics product design, development and manufacturing enterprise. its core business is attributed to the oem and odm of high-tech products which includes iot gadgets, consumer electronic lifestyle products, medical/healthcare devices, surveillance cameras, computer peripherals, mobile phone accesso...
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  16. PENSONIC Holdings Berhad
    pensonic holdings bhd was established in year 1965 and is the leading home appliances manufacturer and distributor based in penang, malaysia. pensonic has grown tremendously over the last 50 years from a single workshop to its current new manufacturing hub and headquarter located in bukit minyak, penang where we are servicing approximately 900 dealers locally and exporting to more than 30 cou...
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  17. Carsem
    consumer electronics industries. carsem is competing on a global level in the semiconductor industry and has customers all over the world. it has expanded multi fold since its inception and has a total workforce of over 6,000 people. the company has one of the finest technologies in copper clip applications and has partnered with the largest supplier of power management. it also has its ...
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  18. Smart Homes for Smart Living
    according to a.t.  kearney, the global smart home market is expected to grow to more than usd50 billion in 2020 and approximately usd400 billion in 2030, representing more than 40 per cent of the total home appliance market. a january 2019 report by researchandmarkets.com also predicts significant growth in the overall smart home market, expecting a compound annual growth rate (cagr) ...
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  19. Sustainable Waste Management in Malaysia : Opportunities and Challenges
    w ith fast-growing cities and ballooning population, developing countries like malaysia are facing numerous challenges in sustainably managing wastes. the waste generated in malaysia in 2005 was 19,000 tons per day at a recycling rate of 5%. the quantity rose to 38,000 tons per day thirteen years later in 2018, despite the increased recycling rate of 17.5%. this is alarming as the rat...
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  20. Our Journey in Malaysia : A Landmark Factory Unlike Any: Hotayi Electronic
    hotayi reinvests in malaysiahotayi electronic is a leading global electronics manufacturing services (ems) company that provides a wide range of valueadded manufacturing solutions and services such as pcb assembly till box build. founded in 1992, this taiwanese-owned company has achieved remarkable international milestones under the leadership of its chairman, dato' lee hung lung. for the ...
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  21. Blueprint For Industry 4.0 : What Manufacturers Must Do Today
    consumer electronics). digital twin: model what matters aparicio ojea believes the third element of the blueprint is the creation and use of a digital twin, or simulation, of factory processes. i’ll be honest, “digital twin” is a buzzword that has always made my head spin and sent up my skepticism antennae. here’s the point: if you want better outputs from your process (such as higher ...
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  22. Enhancing the Digital Economy Ecosystem
    globally, the traditional manufacturing industry is in the midst of a major change, marking the dawn of smart manufacturing or industry 4.0. manufacturers today face several unique challenges as they struggle to stay competitive and deliver greater value to customers. a report by consulting firm mckinsey concluded that the internet of things (iot) will generate an annual value of up to usd11 tri...
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  23. Minister of MITI Launches the Federation of Malaysian Fashion, Textiles & Apparels (FMFTA) at MIDA Headquarters
    on 29 october 2019, yb datuk darell leiking, minister of international trade and industry, launched the establishment of the federation of malaysian fashion, textiles & apparels (fmfta) in mida headquarters, themed ‘fashion and technology shaping the future’. the launching was attended by over 200 participants, including industry experts, designers as well as representatives of associations. t...
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  24. Our Way : Advanced Biofuel
    emerging fuel diesel is one of the most energy-dense fuel options that has been used for ages to power the heavy road vehicles, water transportations; ships, tanker and boats as well as a fuel for diesel engines. the gradual depletion of fossil resources has led to renewable energy development, to cater to the demands in the future. biofuels are an alternative fuel to di...
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  25. Healthcare Services, the Thriving Industry in Malaysia
    demographic shifts and urban lifestyle changes demand innovative responses for new directions in the delivery of healthcare from the government and healthcare providers. in supporting the growth of healthcare services, mida continues to position malaysia as the healthcare hub in the region. thus far, mida has facilitated a total of 77 private healthcare facilities since 2012. this amounte...
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  26. 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games: Halal Business Opportunities
    over the years, the olympic games have brought about economic and social benefits to the hosting nations. with the approaching 2020 tokyo summer olympics and paralympic games, japan is expected to receive up to 40 million visitors, and the japanese government has been steadily opening up their economic borders for new business opportunities. one promising area is the halal food and b...
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  27. We Invest in Our Home: Shan Poornam Group of Companies
    industrialisation has become an essential part of modern society, and waste production is an inevitable outcome. however, some of the wastes produced are hazardous. these hazardous waste is not limited to e-waste nor is it exclusively generated by the electrical and electronics (e&e) industry. hazardous wastes carry high environmental and health risks. it has an enormous adverse impact on ...
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  28. MIDA Signs MOU with UOB Malaysia to Attract Quality Investments into Malaysia's High Value-Added Sectors
    t he malaysian investment development authority (mida) signed a memorandum of understanding (mou) with the united overseas bank malaysia bhd (uob malaysia) on 10 january 2020 to attract more foreign direct investments (fdi) into high value-added sectors. the signing ceremony was witnessed by mida deputy chief executive officer (ceo) i, mr. arham abdul rahman and mr. won...
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  29. Exyte Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. Exyte (Formally known as M+W Group)
    exyte is a global leader in design, engineering and construction delivering high-tech facilities.  established over 100 years ago in stuttgart, germany, where we laid the first cornerstone, exyte has evolved to become a global engineering, procurement and construction (epc) contractor for high-tech facilities today. we have a global footprint operating in more than 20 countries ...
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  30. Hovid Berhad
    we are a global pharmaceutical company with 79 years of experience. we strive to improve lives through quality products with continuous innovation. being headquartered in ipoh, malaysia, we have two regional offices respectively in hong kong and the philippines. our core business is  in the areas of research and development (r&d), manufacturing, sales and distribution of p...
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  31. Movement Control Order Ministry of International Trade and Industry No. 3
    a general questions on applications show allhide all what additional sectors are allowed to operate during the period of the movement control order (mco)? only selected additional economic sectors are allowed to operate during the movement control order (mco) period, subject to approval and health & safety ...
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  32. Kenyataan Media : Kebenaran Beroperasi Bagi Aktiviti Rantaian Bekalan, Sektor Makanan, e- Dagang dan Sub Sektor Tambahan yang Dikawal Selia oleh KPDNHEP Dalam Tempoh Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP) Fasa 3
    14/4/2020kenyataan media : kebenaran beroperasi bagi aktiviti rantaian bekalan, sektor makanan, e- dagang dan sub sektor tambahan yang dikawal selia oleh kpdnhep dalam tempoh perintah kawalan pergerakan (pkp) fasa 3 source : ministry of domestic trade and consumer affairs (kpdnhep) download ...
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