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  1. Forms & Guidelines
    manufacturing sector moreforms and guidelines b services sector moreforms and guidelines c tax incentives for green industry moreforms and guidelines d post licensing and post incentive applications more forms and guidelines e domestic investment strategic fund (disf) moreforms and gui...
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  2. MIDA e-Services
    manufacturing and selected services sectors · investment approved by major industries and '3+2' sectors · major investing countries and investment by states · employment opportunities created by category of workers · overview of projects implemented by industry and investing countries · investment approved in selected services sectors online purchase can be made...
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  3. Forms & Guidelines for Manufacturing Sector
    manufacturing license and/or pioneer status / investment tax allowance and/or expatriate posts definition of desirous for the granting of tax incentives under the promotion of investment act, 1986 for malaysian owned companies(download) guideline on application for manufacturing licence(download) guideline on incentive application for manufacturing...
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  4. K.G.Pastry
    manufacturing sdn bhd is one of the leading frozen food manufacturers and traders in malaysia. prior to its incorporation in 1992, the company operated under the name of kian guan trading company in the frozen food industry for more than 10 years. in its formative years, the company's principal product was spring roll pastry. today, the company carries a whole range of frozen oriental pastr...
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  5. Frequently Asked Questions
    manufacturing licence under the industrial coordination act, 1975 incentives exemption from custom duties expatriate posts status for regional establishments status for r&d company what are the equity requirements for new, expansion or diversification projects? effective from 17 june 2003, foreign investors can now hold 100% equity for all investments in ...
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  6. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    manufacturing licence under the industrial coordination act, 1975 incentives exemption from custom duties expatriate posts status for regional establishments status for r&d company what are the equity requirements for new, expansion or diversification projects? effective from 17 june 2003, foreign investors can now hold 100% equity for all investments in new p...
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  7. HP
    manufacturing, penang, our newest hp site lives and breathe the spirit of keep reinventing right from when we first establish the site back in 2015. it was a strategic decision to position a hp site here in penang, malaysia where great transparent industry policy, efficient processes for both federal & state agencies making our business flow easier/effective as well as good local suppliers, fa...
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  8. Investment Opportunities in Manufacturing Sector
    non-metallic mineral industry aerospace textiles and textile product basic metal products electrical and electronic engineering support food & sustainable resources machinery and equipment medical devices petrochemical pharmaceuticals ...
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  9. Supportive Government Policies
    manufacturing sector are allowed to employ expatriates where certain skills not available in malaysia.  a company with foreign paid-up capital of us$2 million and above will be allowed up to 10 expatriate posts, including five key posts, that is, posts that are permanently filled by foreigners. attractive tax incentives the corporate tax rate is 25% and the maximum individual tax rate 26...
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  10. Client Charter
    manufacturing licence  normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days post incentives - 6 weeks incentives - 6 weeks tax exemption from custom duties - 4 weeks principal hub - 6 weeks regional office and representative office - 4 weeks manufacturing licence -  4 weeks  expatriate posts normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working da...
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  11. About MIDA
    manufacturing and services sectors, as well as facilitates the implementation of their projects. the wide range of services provided by mida include providing information on the opportunities for investments, as well as facilitating companies which are looking for joint venture partners.  mission to ensure malaysia achieves its goal in economic transfor...
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  12. Metal Additive Manufacturing
    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 layers of parts. ...
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  13. MIDA in the News
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  14. MIECO
    manufacturing in malaysia using rubber wood which is now known as tropical oak wood.mieco has two factories with a total capacity of 900,000 cubic meters per annum which are located in gebeng and kuala lipis, pahang. mieco's chipboards conform to international quality standards such as the european community's bs en 312 standard that is applicable for both moisture-resistant and non-moisture ...
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  15. Our Journey in Malaysia : Roland Manufacturing & MI Services
    manufacturing processes are based on state-of-the-art technologies as well as quality assurance supported by human hands with strict environmental standards. besides long-standing factories in japan and china, in 2014, roland has established a new manufacturing facility in malaysia after deep consideration to invest. “there are many factors why we choose malaysia, in particular, port klang as ...
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  16. Penang, Among Top Investment Destinations in Malaysia : Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector Reached RM137.9 billion, 1980 - March 2019
    manufacturing projects with investments worth rm129.1 billion for penang. approved foreign investments in the manufacturing sector totalled rm90.4 billion, accounting for 70 per cent of total investments approved for the state, while domestic investments are the remaining 30 per cent or rm38.7 billion.in the first quarter of this year, pulau pinang recorded another rm8.8 billion of total approved ...
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  17. Publications
    manufacturing sector download malaysia: investment in the services sector download costs of doing business in malaysia download ...
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  18. Smart Manufacturing takes Centre Stage at SEMICON Southeast Asia 2019
    manufacturing supply chain at mitec. held for the second year in kuala lumpur, and fifth time in malaysia, the showcase with the theme 'fostering a resilient and growing electronics manufacturing supply chain in south east asia' brings together industry experts from around the world for critical insights into the semiconductor ecosystem, new business opportunities and collaboration. as the strat...
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  19. Functions of MIDA
    manufacturing and services sectors2. to undertake planning for industrial development in malaysia3. to recommend policies and strategies on industrial promotion and development to the minister of international trade and industry4. to evaluate applications for manufacturing licences and expatriate posts; tax incentives for manufacturing activities, tourism, r&d,training institution...
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  20. MIDA Team
    manufacturing (non-resource), investment promotion & post investment zabidi mahbar deputy chief executive officer ii manufacturing (resource), services & it system development senior executive director ahmad khairuddin a.rahim senior executive director strategic planning...
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  21. Resource Centre
    manufacturing and services), industrial development and other industry-related matters journals: on industry (general and specific) and current economic issues statistics/tariff: external trade statistics of malaysia, other statistics published by the department of statistics, malaysia and malaysian tariff schedules/rates; directories/encyclopedias: include publications of importers and trad...
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  22. Career
    manufacturing and services sectors, as well as facilitates the implementation of projects. mida also assists investors by providing information on opportunities for investments, as well as facilitating companies which are looking for joint venture partners. the push for mida is not merely to have companies investing in malaysia, but to find those investing in new growth areas in high technolo...
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  23. Contact Us
    manufacturing and services sectors. comfortable meeting areas are also provided where investors can read or have their investment enquiries attended to by bic duty officer. opening hours: monday to friday: 8.30 a.m. - 5.00 p.m. mida head office is located at:  mida sentral no.5, jalan stesen sentral 5 kuala lumpur sentral 50470 kuala lumpur ...
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  24. Why Malaysia
    manufacturing and services sectors. towards the economy of tomorrow as a result of perceptive foresight, strategic planning and abundant resources, malaysia offers investors a wide spectrum of investment opportunities. the technologically-inclined economy of malaysia is proven through the country's involvement in advanced electronics manufacturing, r&d, biotechnology, photonics, logistics...
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  25. An Educated Workforce
    manufacturing and service sectors who contribute to this fund are eligible to apply for grants to defray or subsidise the costs incurred in training and retraining their workforce. the department of skills development (dsd) formerly known as the national vocational training council under the ministry of human resources coordinates the setting up of all public and private training institution,...
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  26. Developed Infrastructure
    manufacturing process. in areas where fizs are not available, companies can set up licensed manufacturing warehouses (lmws) which are accorded facilities similar to those enjoyed by establishments in fizs. specialised parks specialised parks have been developed in malaysia to cater to the needs of specific industries. examples of these parks are the technology park malaysia in bukit jalil, ...
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  27. Facts and Figures
    manufacturing sector 366 721 30,449 59,294 8,035.4 29,353.5 25,114.9 58,022.1 33,150.3 87,375.6 services sector 2,150 4,234 28,650 68,792 32,545.0 89,993.5 22,413.2 16,077.2 54,958.2 106,070.7 total 2,554 5,018 59,542...
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  28. Vibrant Business Environment
    manufacturing and export base. malaysia's rapid move towards the k-economy allows companies to do business in an environment that is geared towards information technology. one of malaysia's major pull factors is its large pool of young, educated and trainable workforce. many of malaysia's university graduates are trained overseas in fields such as engineering, and accountancy, allowing them to a...
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  29. Testimonials
    manufacturing aviation obstruction lights in malaysia was sparked when marketing of imported aviation lights in malaysia become very difficult due to the increase in euro currency during the early 2000s and that the european manufacturers were slow to take on the new led technology trend. having immense passion and interest in electronics, as a qualified engineer in e&e, ir. a. l. chew started to ...
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  30. Electrical and Electronics
    manufacturing facilities, logistics and warehousing, and the increasing adoption of intelligent home and building technologies; a move towards modernising ‘lean’ manufacturing; and the digital lifestyle/economy. as such, investors may consider capitalising on various strategic opportunities, such as financing r&d towards implementing industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing. another area of o...
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  31. Machinery and Equipment
    manufacturing of m&e. these include 197 companies involved in the production of semiconductor m&e, and 143 companies involved in robotics and factory automation systems. malaysia is the leading manufacturer of specialised-process machinery for the e&e industry and automation equipment in the sea region. malaysian m&e companies are capable of providing a full range of world-class, internationa...
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  32. Medical Devices
    manufacturing hub. more than 30 mncs have made malaysia their offshore manufacturing location, such as abbott, agilent, b. braun, c.r. bard, symmetry medical, teleflex, resmed, ciba vision, ambu, toshiba medical systems, and haemonetics. these mncs have contributed to the development of a comprehensive local supply chain, benefitting many domestic players. furthermore, over 50 companies are ...
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  33. Agilent Technologies
    manufacturing facility to a high-value operation with many diverse functions ranging from world-class supply chain management, research & development, and customer care center to business management. agilent's growth in malaysia has been made possible by our ongoing collaboration with the government and industry, and reflects our track record and confidence in this country. ...
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  34. Avialite Sdn Bhd
    manufacturing aviation obstruction lights in malaysia was sparked when marketing of imported aviation lights in malaysia become very difficult due to the increase in euro currency during the early 2000s and that the european manufacturers were slow to take on the new led technology trend. having immense passion and interest in electronics, as a qualified engineer in e&e, ir. a. l. chew started to ...
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  35. BMW Malaysia Sdn Bhd
    manufacturing) and financial services to countries in the asia pacific region, russia ,south africa and other countries worldwide.bmw is committed to providing customers with the ultimate experience of owning a luxury automobile; from purchasing a bmw, to enjoying its sheer driving pleasure, to premium after-sales service. with the support and facilitation from the government, bmw has been able to...
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  36. Engineering Support
    manufacturing solutions, as well as parts and components for high-applications in e&e, automotive, m&e, medical devices, o&g, aerospace, defence, and solar/photovoltaic. these one-stop centres would then offer integrated services, from product conception to serial production, and manage all the relevant processes, including procurement, logistic, packaging, and testing and certification. futu...
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  37. Basic Metal Products
    manufacturing industries and sub-sectors, such as electrical and electronic products, aerospace, automotive, special-grade packaging, machinery and medical devices. the iron and steel products sub-sector in malaysia is currently moving towards industry 4.0; a crucial step towards sustaining the sub-sector and remaining competitive in the long term. both upstream and downstream processes are s...
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  38. Altera
    manufacturing work, altera has true r&d opportunities where engineers in penang can physically implement chip designs. this ability to work on “real” designs attracted the best and brightest engineers, giving altera a committed and highly skilled team.initially, the penang team focused on completing the chip designs and layouts for a given architecture, “filling out” the individual c...
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  39. Carotech
    manufacturing company with the largest export portfolio among all malaysian owned pharmaceutical companies.additional information can be obtained from our websites at www.hovid.com, www.carotech.net and www.tocotrienol.org....
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  40. Projects Approved by Major Industry, January - June 2019 and 2018
    manufacturing 47 461.9 805.7 1,267.6 63 1,293.6 514.8 1,808.4 plastic products 38 899.2 290.9 1,190.0 61 682.2 1,182.0 1,864.2 petroleum products (incl.petrochemicals) 7 739.5 92.0 831.5 23 13,810.2 19,084.5 32,894.7 us dollar - usd indust...
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  41. Malaysia: Investment Performance
    manufacturing) n/a n/a n/a 1h2015 english n/a n/a n/a presentation slides q1/2015 english n/a n/a n/a presentation slides 2014 english bahasa malaysia english / bahasa m...
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  42. MIDA Worldwide Network
    manufacturing projects and services. investors are encouraged to discuss their project interests with mida officers at mida's headquarters in kuala lumpur or at its overseas closest to them.  san jose san jose chicago chicago new york new york london london paris paris milan milan munich munich frankfurt frankfurt stockholm stockholm dubai united a...
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  43. MIDA State Offices
    manufacturing projects and services.  investors are encouraged to discuss their project interests with mida officers at mida's headquarters in kuala lumpur or at its state offices closest to them.  selangor selangor perak perak pulau pinang pulau pinang kedah kedah terengganu terengganu kelantan kelantan pahang pahang ...
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  44. Getting Started
    manufacturing sector services sector costs of doing business frequently asked questions (faqs) ...
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  45. Resources
    manufacturing and services sectors, industry focus, economic news as well as the various events organised by mida. check out mida e-newsletter.  also visit our archived e-newsletter. b forms and guidelines downloads forms and guidelines for the application of manufaturing license, tax incentives, pioneer status, investment tax allowance and more. c ...
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  46. Manufacturing Sector
    manufacturing license application no restriction on foreign equity ownership liberal expatriates employment policy free movement of funds for foreign investments in malaysia protection of intellectual property rights company tax rate 25% individual tax rate from 0% - 26%minimum conditions of employment under the employment act 1955 responsible trade unions and harmonious industrial re...
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  47. Forms & Guidelines for Services Sector
    manufacturing project form ica/ja-3high technology / strategic project for new manufacturing activity iother services promoted under the promotion of investments act, 1986 form ica/ja-1incentive and/or expatriate posts form ica/ja-2incentive and/or expatriate posts for expansion/diversification activities jless developed areas incentive guidelines ...
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  48. Testimonial
    manufacturing and related services sectors, encouraged by the country's pro-business environment. malaysia today is one of the world's top locations for offshore manufacturing and service-based operations. many of the existing foreign companies have also continued to show their confidence in the country's potentials as an investment location through their numerous expansions and diversifications o...
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  49. Taxation
    manufacturing warehouses and joint development area (jda). taxable service taxable services are any services which are listed in the various categories in the first schedule of service tax regulations 2018. any taxable person providing taxable services and exceeding the respective thresholds is required to be registered. the categories are accommodation, food and beverage ...
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  50. Human Resource
    manufacturing services mining and quarrying eligibility criteria for registration the psmb act 2001 is applicable to employer within the 63 sub-sectors (full list of the 63 sub-sectors can be downloaded from the hrdf portal; www.hrdf.com.my) category criteria ...
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  51. Business Information Centre
    manufacturing and its related services sectors. the duty officer will assists in getting essential information and connecting investors with the right contact person in the respective divisions. for further information, please contact: duty officer business information centre malaysian investment development authority (mida) tel: (603) 2263 2549 e-mail: [email protected]
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  52. Aerospace
    manufacturing, 25 companies in education and training, and 11 companies in systems integration, as well as engineering and design.in demonstrating their capabilities to meet global oems’ stringent demands, local players like sme aerospace, ctrm aero composite, airod, and umw aerospace, have successfully involved themselves in the global aerospace supply chain. by 2030, the industry is proje...
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  53. Manufacturing
    non-metallic mineral industry aerospace textiles and textile products basic metal products electrical and electronic engineering support food & sustainable resources machinery and equipment medical devices petrochemical pharmaceuticals wood & wood products and furniture & fixtures  ...
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  54. Petroleum Products Including Petrochemicals
    manufacturing downstream-intermediate and speciality chemicals, which provide greater returns and higher value exports.in order to stay competitive and relevant, extensive r&d in various fields such as specialty and green petrochemical products, alternative petrochemical feedstock, innovation on nano-scale petrochemical products and derivatives need to be prioritised....
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  55. Food Processing
    manufacturing practice (gmp) and hazard analysis and critical control points (haccp). potential investors are encouraged to leverage on this comprehensive halal ecosystem, particularly in the food industry. increasing consumer awareness about health and nutrition values has created strong demand for functional food/ingredients and natural food flavours from plants and seafood. investors looki...
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  56. Oil and Gas
    manufacturing companies which support the needs of the o&g value chain both domestically and regionally. many major global machinery and equipment (m&e) manufacturers have also set up bases in malaysia to complement home-grown m&e companies, while other malaysian oil and gas companies are focused on key strategic segments such as marine, drilling, engineering, fabrication, offshore installati...
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  57. Investment Data
    manufacturing sector) show all hide all overview: projects approved, january - june 2019 and 2018 ringgit malaysia - rm jan - june 2019 2018 new exp/div total new exp/div ...
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  58. Liberalisation of the Services Sector
    manufacturing sector, the government is intensifying its efforts to promote and develop the services sector. the government will be progressively undertaking liberalisation of the other services sub-sector on an on-going basis....
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  59. 8 Samurai
    manufacturing and services sectors in the country, mida recognises the pioneering spirit, dedication and commitment of these forerunners and their impact on the nation’s economy over the past four decades. we salute and honour the 8 samurai! content type : video - this video was launched during mida forum 2013. duration : 2:31 mins...
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  60. Recorded Interview
    manufacturing and services sectors in malaysia. datuk noharuddin nordin the ceo of mida on the breakfast grille, discusses: mida's role the difference between mida and investkl and other economic corridors the report card for investments in manufacturing and services sector malaysia's positioning, compared to other asean neighbours moving into generating quality investments in n...
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  61. e-Newsletter 2019
    manufacturing and primary sectors for 1h2019. these investments were from 2,554 projects and will potentially create 59,542 employment opportunities in the country. view in pdf mida newsletter - july 2019 issue malaysia : the world's best country to invest the fi...
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  62. Starting Up Business
    manufacturing sector malaysia has always welcomed investments in its manufacturing sector. desirous of increasing local participation in this activity, the government encourages joint-ventures between malaysian and foreign investors. equity policy for new, expansion, or diversification projects since june 2003, foreign investors could hold 100% of ...
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  63. Immigration Procedures
    manufacturing plant foreign representatives of companies entering to introduce goods for manufacture in malaysia, but not to engage in direct selling or distribution property owners entering to negotiate, sell or lease properties foreign journalist or reporters from mass media agencies entering to cover any event in malaysia participants in sporting events students s...
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  64. Workforce for Industry
    manufacturing sector's expanding demand for technically trained workers, the malaysian government has taken measures to increase the number of engineers, technicians and other skilled personnel graduating each year from local as well as foreign universities, colleges, and technical and industrial training institutions. in addition, malaysia enjoys a free and competitive labour market wher...
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  65. Banking, Finance & Exchange Administration
    manufacturing, services and construction sectors; bank pembangunan malaysia berhad, which provides medium- and long-term financing for infrastructure projects, maritime, capital-intensive and high-technology industries in the manufacturing sector and other selected sectors in line with the national development policy; bank kerjasama rakyat malaysia berhad, a cooperative bank that encourages s...
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  66. Infrastructure Support
    manufacturing companies that produce or assemble products mainly for export. the activities and industries therein are subject to minimal customs formalities as it is deemed under section 2 (1a) of the customs act 1967 to be a place outside the principal custom area except in respect of prohibition of imports and exports under section 31 of the customs act 1967. fr...
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  67. Incentives in Manufacturing Sector
    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. 1 incentives for the manufacturi...
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  68. Incentives in Services Sector
    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. the major tax inc...
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  69. Dyson
    manufacturing the vacuum cleaner under his own name, beginning with the dyson dco1. despite a few setbacks, dco1 emerged as the uk's best-selling vacuum cleaner within a span of eighteen months.ever since prototype 0001, james dyson, who now works with 350 like-minded engineers, has continued to question everything; looking for a better and different approach to household appliances.sean robinson,...
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  70. Elektrisola
    manufacturing plant in asia. after a detailed comparison of possible locations in south-east and east asia, we identified malaysia as the best geographic and strategic location, and in 1990, made our decision to set up an automated high-tech production plant near kuala lumpur.with the benefit of hindsight, i can say that the main factors which tipped the scale in favour of malaysia at that time ha...
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  71. Globetronics Technology Berhad
    manufacturing operations of multinational corporations from throughout the world. since then, the company has grown by 30% each year and today, it is listed on the main board of the kuala lumpur stock exchange.we are headquartered in penang and have now expanded our operations beyond malaysia to serve our customers. our 10 subsidiary companies and one associate company in malaysia, philippines, ho...
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  72. Haco Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
    manufacturing processes and producing food products for over 80 years. the facility in selangor is equipped with state-of-the-art installations to produce high quality liquid and soluble coffees, as well as premium convenience products for the food industry to meet the fast growing markets in asia.malaysia was chosen for its central geographical position in asia, its stable political system, avail...
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  73. Hitachi
    manufacturing facilities and hires 18,000 local employees. this places malaysia as one of hitachi's most important manufacturing bases.factors which drew us to malaysia include the well-developed infrastructure in the country's industrial parks, especially the stable power supplies and telecommunications facilities; attractive incentives, and most importantly, a stable government with a flexible i...
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  74. Infineon
    manufacturing, both front end and back end operations, covering wafer fabrication, semiconductor chips assembly and testing. infineon operation in malaysia is separated into 3 main operations:- infineon technologies (kulim) sdn bhd : front end operation (wafer fabrication) in kulim, kedahinfineon technologies (m) sdn. bhd.: back end operations of advanced logic microelectronics products in b...
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  75. Knowles Electronics
    manufacturing are derived from decades of leadership in the field of hearing health. having pioneered the hearing aid component marketplace in the 1950's, knowles electronics, founded in 1946, continues to be the undisputed leader in this market today, contributing new ideas for the application of sound in both hearing aid design and applications beyond. the corporate recently approve to fur...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/knowles-electronics/posts/
  76. Lucas
    manufacturing facility to support our then uk parent company with a low-cost manufacturing base for automotive electrical and electronic products. lucas, at that time, chose malaysia due to its stable political and financial reputation, coupled with the government's liberal foreign equity policies and tax incentives, and a well-educated workforce that was willing to learn. another very import...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/lucas/posts/
  77. OSRAM Opto Semiconductors (M) Sdn. Bhd.
    manufacturing leds for worldwide distribution for more than 20 years. currently, penang has the world's most advanced led chip factory. the led market is a fast-growing future market with immense potential. osram aims to secure market leadership in the long term. the company is not only investing in innovation, but also in expanding its production capacities - in germany and at its locatio...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/osram-opto-semiconductors-(m)-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  78. Philips
    manufacturing, exports, local sales and marketing. in 1960, philips malaysia sdn bhd, which was incorporated initially, sold light bulbs through appointed agents. by the 1970s, philips had taken over marketing operations and expanded its range of products. today, having established a credible and reputable name in various industries which include lighting, semiconductor, medical systems, digi...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/philips/posts/
  79. Sharp
    manufacturing products for the export and domestic markets. sharp electronics (m) sdn. bhd. (sem) has been in malaysia for six years and is the youngest among sharp's companies in malaysia. as an r&d centre, sem has enabled our staff to undertake research, design, development and testing of new products, besides serving as a global procurement centre and service and parts distributor.malaysia...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/sharp/posts/
  80. Sony
    manufacturing audio/visual products in malaysia since the 1980s. we manufacture high technology products such as dvd, cd-rw, flat screen, tv, audio products and hi-fi sets. cumulatively we have invested more than rm2 billion in this country. malaysia is an excellent place to do business. the malaysia government has shown exemplary support through excellent infrastructure development and a g...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/sony/posts/
  81. Top Glove Group
    manufacturing hub, a true testimony of this country's supportive environment for our business.since the early beginnings, we have started a good working partnership with mida and other government bodies. mida has helped us attain the necessary approval of manufacturing licenses to start our business operations and the expansion to 17 factories currently. with the cooperation and technical assista...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/top-glove-group/posts/
  82. Toray
    manufacturing plants in penang's strategic industrial parks through penfibre, penfabric and toray plastics (malaysia) and a joint-venture toray basf pbt resin in kuantan, pahang. currently, the group undertakes the manufacturing and marketing of polyester staple fibres, textiles (finished fabric, yarn-dyed fabric and grey yarn for sewing thread), engineering plastic (abs & pbt) resins and pol...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/toray/posts/
  83. Information and Communication Technology Services
    manufacturing services  • operation of call centres and centralised help-lines  • other ict services  hardware and software consultancies provide services such as supporting and developing strategies in the application of servers, networks, computers, etc.  database activities include data management, data security and data retrieval services.  content devel...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/information-and-communication-technology-services/posts/
  84. Distributive Trade Services
    manufacturing companies; and  b) companies granted the status of regional establishments by the malaysian investment development authority (mida).  products and services governed by other acts: petroleum products, pharmaceutical, medicinal and orthopaedic products, toxic substances and explosives, arms, ammunitions, agricultural raw materials and live animals are subject to other ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/distributive-trade-services-/posts/
  85. Aurum Healthcare
    manufacturing, clinical trials, regulatory clearance, and go-to-market strategies. whatever medical devices that aurum healthcare does offer, we will make great efforts to ensure that they are of the highest quality and are in line with the demands of the market. in january 2014, aurum healthcare has secured one of its early successes, having sealed a strategic partnership with medtroni...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/aurum-healthcare/posts/
  86. Honeywell
    manufacturing leader, serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes and industry; turbochargers; and performance materials. honeywell’s operations in malaysia started in 1985 and today it employs over 1,450 employees in six cities across malaysia including kuala lumpur, petaling jaya, shah alam, penang, kemaman and johor bahru. h...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/honeywell/posts/
  87. TechnipFMC
    manufacturing hub in apac with capabilities spanning within the country and across the region. the company has delivered many of the nation’s firsts deep-water projects- from murphy kikeh spar (the first spar installed outside the gulf of mexico), the gumusut-kakap semi-submersible, to shell malikai tension leg platform. recently, technipfmc delivered two of the world’s first floating liq...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/technip/posts/
  88. B.Braun Medical Industries
    manufacturing because of the skills and competency of its people,” says dr. juergen schloesser, senior vice-president and head, centre of excellence – intravenous access. “over the years of development, the local team has acquired the necessary know-how and has proven to be highly capable.” just as helpful is the country’s location. “malaysia is strategically located within asean r...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/b.braun-medical-industries/posts/
  89. Fresenius Medical Care
    manufacturing footprint in malaysia, initially through a plant manufacturing reverse osmosis water systems and recently in a plant manufacturing dialysis solutions to cater to the malaysian and potentially the south east asian markets. malaysia is an attractive destination for these and future investments because of its central location in asia, its developed infrastructure, stable politica...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/fresenius-medical-care/posts/
  90. Intel Microelectronics
    manufacturing, design and development of the latest intel products, global shared services and corporate social responsibility. it has invested more than rm14 billion over the past 42 years and employing 9,000 highly-skilled malaysians.intel malaysia’s global service center (gsc) in malaysia will undertake research, design & development and related ancillary activities for semiconductors &...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/intel-microelectronics/posts/
  91. ​Ismeca Malaysia
    manufacturing operations and to distribute its finished products to the global market....
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/​ismeca-malaysia/posts/
  92. Application for Surat Pengesahan MIDA (SPM) for Import Duty and/or Sales Tax Exemption
    manufacturing warehouse (lmw), bonded warehouse or free zone under item 112 customs duties (exemption) order 2017 sales tax exemption on machinery, equipment and spare parts imported or purchased from a licensed manufacturing warehouse (lmw), bonded warehouse or free zone or a manufacturer approved by the director general under item 55 sales tax (persons exempted from payment of tax) order ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/application-for-surat-pengesahan-mida-spm/posts/
  93. Non-Metallic Mineral Industry
    manufacturing ceramic and clay-based products. the approved projects generated 4,836 employment opportunities, with 1,700 in the managerial, technical, and supervisory categories....
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/non-metallic-mineral-industry/posts/
  94. Architectural Consultancy Services
    manufacturing programming, and product design; planning and development services including interior design, financial advisory services, project management, contract administration and landscaping; preparation of feasibility studies and cost estimates; preparation of plans and other means of presentation; all services in compliance with statutory requirements; and any other activities ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/-architectural-consultancy-services/posts/
  95. Archived e-Newsletters 2014
    manufacturing investments to exceed rm55 bil this year malaysia expects to secure over rm55 billion of investments in the manufacturing sector this year, exceeding the rm52 billion recorded last year, said minister of international trade and industry, dato’ sri mustapa mohamed. view in pdf volume 1: issue no.6 ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2014/posts/
  96. Investment Data (Overall)
    manufacturing sector 366 721 30,449 59,294 8,035.4 29,353.5 25,114.9 58,022.1 33,150.3 87,375.6 services sector 2,150 4,234 28,650 68,792 32,545.0 89,993.5 22,413.2 16,077.2 54,958.2 106,070.7 total 2,554 5,018 59,542...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/investment-data-(overall)/posts/
  97. Download Centre 2015
    manufacturing & manufacturing related services) media statement november 2015 16 november malaysia investment performance, january - september 2015 (manufacturing sector) download media statement october 2015 20 october seminar on investment opp...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/download-centre-2015/posts/
  98. Download Centre 2014
    manufacturing sdn. bhd. presentation by inari technology sdn. bhd. presentation by srm intergration (m) sdn. bhd. presentation by vitrox corporation sdn. bhd. presentation by jf microtechnology sdn. bhd. presentation by testhub sdn. bhd. febr...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/download-centre-2014/posts/
  99. Download Centre 2013
    manufacturing and services sector by mdm. faridah abdullah, director machinery & equipment and advanced engineering, mida slides 2 - updates on healthcare nkea (medical devices) by dr. chua hong teck, director healthcare and low income households, pemandu slides 3 - medical device regulatory system in malaysia by mr. ahmad sharif b...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/download-centre-2013/posts/
  100. Client Charter 2015
    manufacturing licence  normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days incentives - 6 weeks tax exemption from custom duties - 4 weeks principal hub - 6 weeks regional office and representative office - 4 weeks manufacturing licence - 4 weeks  expatriate posts normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days mida clie...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/client-charter-2015/posts/
  101. Download Centre 2016
    manufacturing & services development i  malaysian investment development authority (mida) february 2016 29 february mida annual media conference 2016 download     {pdf:4859354}     {pdf:4859352}   &n...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/download-centre-2016/posts/
  102. Archived e-Newsletters 2015
    manufacturing and services sectors. view in pdf mida newsletter - october 2015 issue tppa in a nutshell: malaysia's perspective the trans-pacific partnership agreement (tppa) started as trans-pacific strategic economic partnership agreement between brunei, chile, singapore and new zealand that came into force on may...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2015/posts/
  103. Client Charter 2016
    manufacturing licence  normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days incentives - 6 weeks tax exemption from custom duties - 4 weeks principal hub - 6 weeks regional office and representative office - 4 weeks manufacturing licence - 4 weeks  expatriate posts normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days mida client charter achievement ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/client-charter-2016/posts/
  104. Investment Incentives
    manufacturing, services and primary. they also cover all types of incentives offered by the federal government; tax exemptions, grants, soft loans and other types of incentives such as equity funding, regional establishment status, training and other facilitation programmes. the portal has been developed by incentive coordination and collaboration office (icco) in mida with the aim to i...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/investment-incentives/posts/
  105. Advertise with Us
    manufacturing and services sector.mida website overview average visits per month : > 50,000 visit / month average page views per month : > 100,000 views / month download the advertising rates and guidelines here:   {pdf:4865574} this guide outlines what is possible and what is acceptable on our platforms. our in-house creative team is ready to assist you on p...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/advertise-with-us/posts/
  106. Archived e-Newsletters 2017
    manufacturing and primary sectors for the first six months of 2017 (1h2017), a decline of 28.2% compared with rm91.2 billion for the same period last year. these investments involved 2,294 projects and will create 61,930 employment opportunities. view in pdf mida newsletter - aug 2017 issue less developed areas incentive: towards a ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2017/posts/
  107. Ambu Sdn. Bhd.
    manufacturing floor space of nearly 25,000 m2 in penang. while the core products for this factory is still the surface and needle electrodes for cardiology and neurology procedures, the future for ambu lies in the single-use medical videoscopes for a variety of medical procedures.it wasn’t all smooth sailing for the factory in penang in the beginning. after setting up operations here, the...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/ambu-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  108. Bosch Malaysia
    manufacturing plants in penang providing car multimedia, power tools and automotive steering systems. employing more than 2,700 associates, malaysia is home to the largest workforce for bosch in the southeast asia region. malaysia is an attractive country for investments. its stable political environment makes it a conducive investment hub. supported by investor-friendly policies and institut...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/bosch-malaysia/posts/
  109. Inari Amertron Berhad
    manufacturing excellence in high technology sector.being one of the local large company (llc), inari has achieved higher confidence from mncs to provide higher quality products with flexibility and agility towards changes, at very competitive prices. inari is committed to continue developing the local ecosystems which involved the local equipment makers, automation vendors and material suppli...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/inari-amertron-berhad/posts/
  110. Infineon
    manufacturing, including r&d on technology, process and package development for next generation semiconductor chips and devices, especially in automotive and power semiconductor.it has 45 years of backend excellence at its melaka site and 13 years of frontend expertise at its kulim, kedah site – the company’s first and only fab facility in asia. infineon in malaysia represents the compan...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/infineon-/posts/
  111. Jabil Circuit Sdn. Bhd.
    manufacturing, testing and distribution to global customers across a diverse range of industries including capital equipment, computing and storage, defense and aerospace, healthcare, industrial and energy, networking and telecommunications, and also conducts research and development of next-generation electronics. our footprint in the bayan lepas free trade zone now spans close to a million s...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/jabil-circuit-sdn.-bhd.-/posts/
  112. Keysight Technologies Inc.
    manufacturing, research and development (r&d), supply chain and global infrastructure services. it has a 2,500-strong workforce comprised entirely of malaysian talents – 90 percent of whom are high-level professionals. as a high-technology and high-value added operations, keysight will continue to thrive in malaysia. the nation’s healthy business ecosystem that is fueled by a wide and div...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/keysight-technologies-inc.-/posts/
  113. K-One Technology Berhad
    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 accessories, automotive aggregates and industrial products. research, design and manufacturing are its driving engines, but knowledge, technolo...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/k-one-technology-berhad-/posts/
  114. Muehlbauer Technologies Sdn. Bhd.
    manufacturing and production support of high technology automation systems for the semiconductor backend and carrier tape industries. we have further venture and developed our technology accord to iot / industry 4.0 elements applications.whereas mühlbauer group was founded in 1981 has grown to a leading global player of the security sector. we specialize in innovative technologies like micr...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/muehlbauer-technologies-sdn.-bhd.-/posts/
  115. PENSONIC Holdings Berhad
    manufacturing hub and headquarter located in bukit minyak, penang where we are servicing approximately 900 dealers locally and exporting to more than 30 countries worldwide. a well-equipped r&d center was established in order to improve the overall product range in terms of quality, features and design.in this highly competitive market and industry, it is imperative for pensonic to differenti...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/pensonic-holdings-berhad/posts/
  116. MIDA Interview Video
    manufacturing is still the backbone of malaysia interview duration 5:50 mins mida's ceo, datuk noharuddin nordin on promoting investment in malaysia interview ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-interview-video/posts/
  117. Client Charter 2017
    manufacturing licence  normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days incentives - 6 weeks tax exemption from custom duties - 4 weeks principal hub - 6 weeks regional office and representative office - 4 weeks manufacturing licence - 4 weeks  expatriate posts normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days mida client chart...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/client-charter-2017/posts/
  118. APM Engineering and Research Sdn. Bhd.
    manufacturing experience alongside a large pool of young malaysian talents, apmer evolved into a full-fledged research and development company and aims to be in the forefront of engineering and innovation excellence. today, apmer employs a large pool of young and talented malaysian engineers at its premises in oasis ara damansara, petaling jaya, selangor.apmer is primarily a research and deve...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/apm-engineering-and-research-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  119. Carsem
    manufacturing. it is also partnering with higher learning institutes to focus on projects leading towards predictive artificial intelligence (ai) and data exchange in manufacturing technologies that promote factory automation.through these initiatives, the company primarily hopes to achieve a pioneering data analysis system to enhance production efficiency and service quality. malaysia’s ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/carsem/posts/
  120. Archived e-Newsletters 2018
    manufacturing, services and primary sectors for the first nine months of 2018. this was an 18% increase from the rm118.1 billion approved in the same period last year. the total investments approved in january-september 2018 were from 3,243 projects and are expected to generate 93,379 job opportunities for malaysia. view in pdf mida newsletter - november 2018 issue ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2018/posts/
  121. Client Charter 2018
    manufacturing licence  normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days incentives - 6 weeks tax exemption from custom duties - 4 weeks principal hub - 6 weeks regional office and representative office - 4 weeks manufacturing licence -  4 weeks  expatriate posts normal track - 4 weeks fast track - 7 working days mida cli...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/client-charter-2018/posts/
  122. MIDA Board
    manufacturing sdn. bhd. dr. muhammed bin abdul khalid economic advisor to the prime minister prime minister's office (pmo) dr. gurdial singh nijar gs nijar advocates {pdf:4869253}...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-board/posts/
  123. MIDA Insights - Highlights
    manufacturing and primary sectors for 1h2019. these investments were from 2,554 projects and will potentially create 59,542 employment opportunities in the country. read more july 2019 issue malaysia : the world's best country to invest the first quarter of 2019 indicated a positive start to the year, with approved foreign...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-highlights/posts/
  124. MIDA Insights - Industry
    manufacturing, education and training, systems integration, as well as engineering and design activities, the industry is growing at an average of 5% for the past ten years. read more august 2019 issue the semiconductor industry: moving up the value chain the semiconductor industry is the primary enabling technology...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-industry/posts/
  125. MIDA Insights - Why Malaysia Series
    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 past 27 years, hotayi has been continuously striving for operational excellen...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-why-malaysia-series/posts/
  126. MIDA Insights - Events
    manufacturing and services sectors including advisory firms. read more august 2019 issue mida invest series: unfolding selangor’s business potential mida organised its ninth briefing of mida invest series: unfolding states’ business potential at its headquarters on 7 august 2019. read more ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-events/posts/
  127. Strengthening Domestic Investment Landscape
    manufacturing sector, and ultimately contribute to the economic prosperity and societal well-being. further, it would encourage the development of innovative capacity and capability of the manufacturing sector and related services to create malaysia’s own technologies, products and services. as an effort to encourage domestic investment, mida continues to undertake the following strategi...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/strengthening-domestic-investment-landscape/posts/
  128. Smart Homes for Smart Living
    manufacturing convention on 22 april 2019 brought together representatives from various ministries, agencies, industry leaders, startups, investors and academics from malaysia and beyond to discuss how the country can ride on this technological wave. during the event, mr. zabidi mahbar, the deputy chief executive officer  of mida in his keynote address highlighted that developing smart home...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/smart-homes-for-smart-living/posts/
  129. Our Journey in Malaysia : C. Steinweg Group
    manufacturing cum distribution hub. "asia has become the centre of gravity for the chemical industry, especially speciality chemicals", explained mr muller. "according to a recent study by boston consulting group, the biggest markets as of 2017 were asia-pacific (with about €40 billion in specialty distributor sales), north america (€31 billion) and western europe (€13 billion). the remain...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/our-journey-in-malaysia-:-c.-steinweg-group/posts/
  130. Progress Updates on FHTP, OECD
    manufacturing segment as opposed to mobile services which is under the purview of fhtp. however, the legislation is required to be amended to exclude intellectual property (ip) income. following this, the necessary amendments were made through finance bill 2018 and the promotion of investments (promoted activities and promoted products for high technology companies) (amendment) order 2018. through...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/progress-updates-on-fhtp,-oecd/posts/
  131. MIDA Facilitates Overseas Internship for Malaysian Students Abroad
    manufacturing, services and transport), orinox (experts in plant engineering digitalisation) and ciel & tierre (solar energy equipment supplier). these companies were keen on looking for students for internship. mida seoul is still at an initial stage of promoting overseas internship among korean companies. as a first initiative, mida seoul together with korea industrial technology association (...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-facilitates-overseas-internship-for-malaysian-students-abroad/posts/
  132. Our Journey in Malaysia : VAT Group AG
    manufacturing site was at its head office in haag, switzerland, along with a component manufacturing facility in romania, and sales and service locations in many other countries. however, most of the company's main customers by this time were in asia and vat decided to undertake a major expansion in the region to meet the rapidly changing needs of these customers. "we emphasise deep working r...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/our-journey-in-malaysia-:-vat-group-ag/posts/
  133. Malaysia Remains an Attractive Investment Destination: Recording Approved Investments of RM53.9 billion in Q1 2019
    manufacturing, services and primary sectors for the first quarter of 2019 (q1 2019), an increase of 3.1% from the same period last year (rm52.3 billion). these investments are from 1,678 projects and are expected to generate more than 41,200 job opportunities for the country.  the positive investment growth in q1 2019 was mainly driven by the robust performance of the manufactur...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/malaysia-remains-an-attractive-investment-destination:-recording-approved-investments-of-rm53.9-billion-in-q1-2019/posts/
  134. APEC 2020: Charting New Frontiers
    manufacturing) division is entrusted to handle all matters pertaining to international cooperation.  malaysia is expected to gain substantial potential spillover benefits economically from the hosting of apec 2020, especially in the hospitality and services industry. businesses will also stand to gain from the business matching activities, which is a platform to showcase their ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/apec-2020:-charting-new-frontiers/posts/
  135. Circular Economy: The Way Forward for Palm-Based Industries
    manufacturing sector. national biomass strategy 2020 (nbs2020) set a stretched target to turn palm biomass into higher value products that will create an incremental gross national income (gni) of rm30 billion and 66,000 new jobs while attracting rm25 billion in investment and reducing carbon emissions by 12%.  the government aims for all mills to have biogas plants and prom...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/circular-economy:-the-way-forward-for-palm-based-industries/posts/
  136. Kontron Malaysia: Joint Collaboration in High Technology Industries
    manufacturing services (kdms), a wholly owned kontron ag subsidiary was set up in penang, malaysia. kdms was in the business of design and manufacturing embedded and communications standards-based, rugged cots and custom solutions for oems &and odm systems integrators, and application providers in a variety of markets from avionics, medical, transportation, defence, industrial and iot le...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/kontron-malaysia:-joint-collaboration-in-high-technology-industries/posts/
  137. Domestic Investment Seminar in Sarawak : Industry Players to Take Full Advantage of Government's Facilities and Incentives
    manufacturing industry; and the soft loan scheme for automation and modernisation (slam) to enhance manufacturing processes, upgrade production capability and capacity, and diversify into higher value-added activities. with these facilities in place, companies’ particularly domestic players need to take full advantage of the facilities available. companies are urged to not only adopt automatio...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/domestic-investment-seminar-in-sarawak-:-industry-players-to-take-full-advantage-of-government/posts/
  138. Industrial Linkage Programme : Machinery and Equipment Industry
    manufacturing processes.coupled with the efforts of local engineering supporting companies to provide consistent quality of production and on-time delivery, malaysia has developed a robust supply chain, consisting of both global and local industry players, supplying to global companies involved in various industries, including companies such as on semiconductor, foxconn, jabil circu...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/industrial-linkage-programme-:-machinery-and-equipment-industry/posts/
  139. Sustainable Waste Management in Malaysia : Opportunities and Challenges
    manufacturing activities. to curb waste generation, the government provides targeted incentives to companies that undertake activities, which cater to environmental management, specifically recycling of waste such as toxic and non-toxic waste; chemicals and reclaimed rubber. these companies can be considered for income tax exemptions of 70% under pioneer status for the period of 5 years or invest...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/sustainable-waste-management-in-malaysia-:-opportunities-and-challenges/posts/
  140. Malaysia Continues to Attract Business Interest
    manufacturing and primary sectors. these investments were from 2,554 projects and will potentially create 59,542 employment opportunities in the country.during this period, foreign investments in these sectors increased by 97.2% to rm49.5 billion from rm25.1 billion recorded in the first half of 2018. this illustrates malaysia's competitive and comparative advantages ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/malaysia-continues-to-attract-business-interest/posts/
  141. The Semiconductor Industry: Moving Up the Value Chain
    manufacturing processes can help to drive down production costs, which leads to higher margins for semiconductor companies. with r&d spending expected to increase, profit margins are expected to expand over the next few years. trends within the semiconductor industry the investment outlook in the semiconductor industry is potentially attractive given its value propositions. estimates published...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/the-semiconductor-industry:--moving-up-the-value-chain/posts/
  142. Our Journey in Malaysia : A Landmark Factory Unlike Any: Hotayi Electronic
    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 past 27 years, hotayi has been continuously striving for operational excellen...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/a-landmark-factory-unlike-any:-hotayi-electronic/posts/
  143. MIDA Invest Series: Unfolding Selangor’s Business Potential
    manufacturing activities. continued interest by investors had enabled selangor to register a remarkable level of reinvestments by local and foreign companies, whereby reinvestments in the manufacturing sector constituted 40.3% of total investments in the sector for the state. the strong presence of multinational corporations (mncs) and large local corporations (llcs) in the state such ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-invest-series:-unfolding-selangor’s-business-potential/posts/
  144. Briefing and Sharing Session on Financing Opportunities
    manufacturing and services sectors including advisory firms. mida has set up a dedicated team to run an investment coordination platform (icp) to facilitate companies that plan to expand their businesses and investment portfolios. this unit works closely with equity and corporate advisory firms, as well as local regulators and  technology providers in assisting companies in conducting bus...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/briefing-and-sharing-session-on-financing-opportunities/posts/
  145. Our Journey in Malaysia : OCIM Sdn Bhd
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  146. Blueprint For Industry 4.0 : What Manufacturers Must Do Today
    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 part of my se...
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  147. IGEM 2019 : Towards a Sustainable and Green Malaysia
    manufacturing, will be highlighted. additionally, pertinent issues such as the “70% global population living in cities by 2050; river pollution; working together to end plastic waste; driving towards cleaner air; reducing greenhouse gas emissions and more efficient leds” will be discussed, to draw attention and action from stakeholders within the industry. not forgetting, igem also serv...
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  148. The Malaysian Aerospace Industry - Soaring to New Heights
    manufacturing, education and training, systems integration, as well as engineering and design activities, the industry is growing at an average of 5% for the past ten years. as of june 2019, the approved projects in the aerospace sub-sector recorded investments worth rm15.1 billion. of these, foreign investments represented 71.1% or rm10.7 billion, while the remaining 28.9% were from domestic so...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/the-malaysian-aerospace-industry---soaring-to-new-heights/posts/
  149. PostInvest Promotes Ease of Doing Business
    manufacturing and services companies. the role includes periodic reviews of arising issues and formulating appropriate measures for smooth operations of existing projects. one of the core functions of postinvest is acting as a mediator between companies and government agencies/stakeholders in addressing issues or challenges faced by companies during the pre- and post-approval periods. ...
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  150. MIDA Insights - Special Feature
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  151. Snapshots of Budget 2020
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  152. Biotechnology Industry in Malaysia
    manufacturing of biotechnology products, which includes significant incentives such as pioneer status and investment tax allowance. eligibility for ps and ita is based on specific priorities, including the level of value-added, technology used and industrial linkages.download mida newsletter october 2019...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/biotechnology-industry-in-malaysia/posts/
  153. Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC): Unlocking Sabah’s Potential
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    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/palm-oil-industrial-cluster-(poic):-unlocking-sabah’s-potential/posts/
  154. Enhancing the Digital Economy Ecosystem
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    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/enhancing-the-digital-economy-ecosystem/posts/
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