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  1. Advanced Seating Solutions Sdn. Bhd.
    advanced seating solutions sdn bhd (asssb) is a wholly-owned malaysian subsidiary to airgo design pte ltd (singapore). airgo established asssb in kuala lumpur in 2016 to provide r&d services for development of the airgo’s revolutionary ultra-light full composite aircraft passenger seat, called carbon. it is envisioned that asssb will extend its service provision to other companies as well u...
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  2. MIDA Team
    chairman dato' abdul majid ahmad khan chairman ceo dato' azman mahmud chief executive officer deputy ceo arham abd. rahman deputy chief executive officer i manufacturing (non-resource), investment promotion & post investment ...
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  3. Why Malaysia
    a dynamic business environment malaysia offers investors a dynamic and vibrant business environment with the ideal prerequisites for growth and profits. malaysia's key strengths include well-developed infrastructure and productive workforce. a politically stable country with a well-developed legal system, malaysia also provides attractive incentives for investors. supported by a market-oriente...
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  4. An Educated Workforce
    malaysia offers investors a young, educated and productive workforce at costs competitive with other countries in asia. backed by the government's continued support of human resource development in all sectors, the quality of malaysia's workforce is one of the best in the region. literacy levels are high and school leavers entering the job market have at least 11 years of basic education.high p...
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  5. Developed Infrastructure
    the greatest advantage to manufacturers in malaysia has been the nation's persistent drive to develop and upgrade its infrastructure. over the years, these investments have paid off and serious bottlenecks have been avoided. today, malaysia can boast of having one of the most well-developed infrastructure among the newly industrialising countries of asia. latest, the development of kuala lumpu...
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  6. Electrical and Electronics
    its success was further evidenced by being the country’s largest export earner in 2017, totalling rm343 billion and accounting for 36.7 per cent of the total value of exports. singapore, china, hong kong, japan, the netherlands, germany and the usa were among the markets which registered significant increase in exports of e&e products. the e&e industry in malaysia, particularly the semicondu...
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  7. Machinery and Equipment
    there are currently 1,418 companies of all sizes in the m&e industry across multiple fields, including power generation, metal working, specialised-process m&e for specific industries, general industrial m&e, modules and industrial parts, and remanufacturing of m&e. these include 197 companies involved in the production of semiconductor m&e, and 143 companies involved in robotics and factory ...
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  8. Institution of Higher Learning
    studymalaysia.com advanced technology training centre (adtec), kulim centre for instructors & advanced skill training (ciast) german-malaysia institute (gmi) ministry of youth and sports training institution penang skills development centre (psdc) terengganu advanced technical institute (tati) universiti kuala lumpur (unikl) universiti sains malaysia (usm) institut integriti malaysia selango...
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  9. Research and Development
    the malaysian government has put in place various incentives and grants towards encouraging companies in wide spectrum of industries to embark on r&d activities. such industries include electrical and electronics, machinery and equipment, chemical, medical and aerospace. mida, as the principal investment promotion agency of the country, has approved a total of 7 r&d projects with investments ...
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  10. Workforce for Industry
    1 malaysia's workforce malaysia offers the investor a diligent, disciplined, educated and trainable labour force. malaysian youths who enter the labour market would have undergone at least 11 years of school education i.e. up to secondary school level, and are therefore easy to be trained in new skills. to cater to the manufacturing sector's expanding demand for t...
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  11. Infrastructure Support
    1 map covering major infrastructure 2 industrial land show allhide all industrial estates malaysia has over 200 industrial estates or parks developed by government agencies, namely, the state economic development corporations (sedcs), regional development authorities (rdas), port authorities and municipalitie...
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  12. Incentives in Manufacturing Sector
    these acts cover investments in the manufacturing, agriculture, tourism (including hotel) and approved services sectors as well as r&d, training and environmental protection activities. the direct tax incentives grant partial or total relief from income tax payment for a specified period, while indirect tax incentives are in the form of exemptions from import duty, sales tax and excise duty. ...
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  13. Infineon
    infineon started operating in malaysia since 1973, through its melaka plant, which used to be part of the semiconductor group of siemens. infineon was then spun off from siemens ag. malaysia is the only location outside of the usa and europe where infineon undertakes fully integrated manufacturing, both front end and back end operations, covering wafer fabrication, semiconductor chips assembl...
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  14. 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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  15. Philips
    royal philips electronics of the netherlands is one of the world's biggest electronics companies, as well as the largest in europe, with 159,709 employees in over 60 countries and sales amounting to euro 30.4 billion in 2005. philips has had a presence in malaysia since the late 1930's. the business activities of the philips group of companies in malaysia at that time included manufactur...
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  16. Alcatel
    the trend in market expansion and globalisation that started a few years ago pushed alcatel, one of the world leaders in telecommunications system supply, to strengthen its presence in foreign markets. conscious of the enormous growth potential of the asian market, alcatel chose malaysia as its regional platform for marketing and industrial activities. for us, there were a number of good-sense...
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  17. Non-Metallic Mineral Industry
    non-metallic mineral products include high purity alumina (hpa), ceramics and clay-based products, cement and concrete products, glass products, industrial building system (ibs) components, and other non-metallic mineral products such as quicklime, barite, marble and granite.industry players in the ceramics and clay-based products sub-sector produce both traditional and advanced ceramics. tra...
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  18. Download Centre 2013
    adobe reader download to properly read pdf documents. feed reader download to properly read the mida's rss news feeds. flash player download to properly view flash files. download presentations slides, speeches and press releases from the following events: date event october 2013 ...
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  19. Inari Amertron Berhad
    inari technology sdn bhd was incorporated in 2006 and we successfully listed in bursa malaysia in 2011. inari berhad acquired amertron global in 2013 and we renamed as inari amertron berhad (“inari”). through the years we formed several subsidiaries to anchor different core competencies alongside to customer’s expansion plan. inari is currently the largest market capitalization in techn...
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  20. Infineon
    infineon technologies ag is a world leader in semiconductor solutions that make life easier, safer and greener. microelectronics from infineon is the key to a better future. in malaysia, infineon operations encompass the full production value chain and end-to-end integrated semiconductor manufacturing, including r&d on technology, process and package development for next generation semiconduc...
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  21. Jabil Circuit Sdn. Bhd.
      jabil first made inroads into asia with its penang facility over 20 years ago. incorporated in 1995, jabil penang began its operations from a leased office building and gradually expanded its footprint, capabilities and service offerings over the years. today, jabil penang offers advanced manufacturing, testing and distribution to global customers across a diverse range of industr...
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  22. KPJ Ampang
    from the early years of its operation in 1996, kpj ampang has been in compliance with numerous local quality certifications including consecutive accreditation status by the malaysian society for quality in health (msqh) beginning year 2000.joint commission international (jci) has identified kpj ampang amongst hospitals with the best practices in quality and patient safety around the world s...
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  23. ViTrox
      vitrox was established in year 2000 by 3 technopreneurs who have passion in machine vision inspection technologies. over the last 17 years, vitrox is now a public listed company at bursa malaysia, under technology sector, with capitalization of over rm 3 billion (as per 15 jan 2018). today, vitrox is one of the key machine vision equipment providers for the printed circuit board a...
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  24. MIDA Insights - Services
    september 2019 issue igem 2019 : towards a sustainable and green malaysia the international greentech and eco products exhibition and conference malaysia (igem) 2019 marks its 10th anniversary as the largest trade event for green technologies and eco-solutions in south east asia. igem is an excellent platform for solution providers and g...
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  25. Metal Additive Manufacturing
    additive manufacturing technology adds materials and melted it to create a super fine layer of an object which is different from the conservative manufacturing. conservative manufacturing, often subtract materials via several processes such as milling, machining, grinding and carving in order to produce parts. there are several materials that can be melted in building the superfine la...
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  26. Our Journey in Malaysia : VAT Group AG
    bernd kirchhoefer, general manager, vat group ag malaysia, key to vat's flexible global footprint vat began work on its malaysia facility in penang in 2013 as part of its long-term strategy to move closer to its customers, improve access to its largest market, globalise its business model and give the company more flexibility in its production capacity, cost structure and supply chain. wh...
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  27. Circular Economy: The Way Forward for Palm-Based Industries
    malaysia is the second largest producers and exporters of palm oil in the world, supported by 4.49 million hectares of oil palm cultivation which produces 17.73 million tonnes of palm oil. this accounts for 11% of the world’s oils and fats production and 27% of export trade of oils and fats.  hence, malaysia assumes an important role to sustainably fulfil the global needs f...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/circular-economy:-the-way-forward-for-palm-based-industries/posts/
  28. Kontron Malaysia: Joint Collaboration in High Technology Industries
    kontron is a global leader in embedded computing technology. with its employees in research and development, kontron creates many of the standards that drive the world's embedded computing platforms. kontron's product longevity, local engineering and support, and value-added services help create a sustainable and viable integrated solution for oems and system integrators. kontron...
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  29. Industrial Linkage Programme : Machinery and Equipment Industry
    the machinery & equipment (m&e) industry assumes strategic importance to malaysia’s economy with its cross-cutting linkages across all economic segments. however, given the evolution of technology in the industry is moving at such a relentless pace, this presents malaysian business leaders with challenges as well as opportunities to create new business ventures. for com...
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  30. Malaysia Continues to Attract Business Interest
    malaysia continues to sustain its investment growth momentum in the first half of 2019 (1h2019) despite the challenging global economic landscape and intense competition, with total investments of rm92.0 billion recorded in the services, manufacturing and primary sectors. these investments were from 2,554 projects and will potentially create 59,542 employment opportunities...
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  31. The Semiconductor Industry: Moving Up the Value Chain
    the semiconductor industry is the primary enabling technology in every production line in the world. semiconductor devices are essential components of electronic circuits and are made primarily from silicon. they can be found in almost every electrical device such as smartphones, computers and even coffee machines. companies that operate in the semiconductor industry generally be...
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  32. Fueling Oil and Gas Industry Growth Through Digitalisation
    active use of technology to capture new frontiers and drive productivity is not new to the oil and gas industry. the upstream sub-sector for example, has been at the forefront of several significant technological advances in the past, from supercomputing techniques for reservoir modeling to seismic and 3d imaging for drilling and project developments; while refineries have been pur...
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  33. Blueprint For Industry 4.0 : What Manufacturers Must Do Today
    t he manufacturing industry is no stranger to misconceptions and buzzwords. collaborative automation, industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, blockchain – the real reason we allow ourselves to spin in circles on these topics is because we’re inherently hopeful and practical people: we want to build better and believe there is a path to doing so, if only we could find the way. as par...
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  34. The Malaysian Aerospace Industry - Soaring to New Heights
    malaysia’s aerospace industry is one of the rapidly growing industries in the country, energised by the implementation of the national aerospace industry blueprint 2030. with over 230 companies involved in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (mro), aero-manufacturing, education and training, systems integration, as well as engineering and design activities, the industry is growi...
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  35. Are Malaysians Ready for Future Jobs?
    malaysia’s industrialisation has shifted from job creation to becoming a developed nation by 2020. from 2006 to 2018, the government has approved  more than 64,000 projects in various economic sectors with investment valued at rm2.2 trillion. these projects have created over 2 million job opportunities. today, malaysia has become one of the largest exporters in semico...
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