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  1. Petrofac Malaysia
    oil and gas production since 2006 with mandate given by the government and petronas. its main role is to assist in establishing the oil and gas resources in the country with tax incentives and allowing skilled foreign experts to work hand in hand with the local resources. pm304 was originally classed as a marginal resource and today is among the largest oil fields in malaysia. petrofac al...
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  2. Testimonials
    a 6  testimonials show allhide all academic medical centre sdn bhd academic medical centre sdn. bhd. in an initiative with the public-private partnership unit of the prime minister's department has established perdana university envisioned to be an education-research-healthcare hub for the region. perdana university is a world-c...
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  3. 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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  4. Medical Devices
    the medical device authority (mda), a regulatory body created under ministry of health (moh), ensures that medical devices produced in malaysia are of world-class quality and recognised for their adherence to international standards, as well as global regulatory compliance systems. over 90 per cent of medical devices manufactured in malaysia are exported.the industry comprises over 200 manuf...
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  5. Avialite Sdn Bhd
    avialite sdn. bhd. was incorporated in nov 2004, when its first model prototype of low intensity led aviation light li-3280 took shape in a small research bench setting in kuala lumpur. the initial idea of 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 ear...
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  6. BMW Malaysia Sdn Bhd
    bmw group malaysia was established in august 2003 and has local and regional responsibilities. with four main functions, the company, is an important part of the bmw group's asian network. these functions are carried out by the national sales company (bmw malaysia sdn bhd), which distributes bmw and mini automobiles and bmw motorbikes; the group data centre, one of three global hubs for end-to-end...
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  7. Engineering Support
    players in the industry have begun upgrading their facilities and acquiring technologies to meet the stringent requirements of oems for parts and components, as well as precision engineering services.leading malaysian esi companies that are capable of providing such solutions to meet ever-growing and sophisticated global demand include alpha master sdn. bhd., atasmi precision machinist sdn bhd...
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  8. Basic Metal Products
    there are currently 832 projects implemented in the industry, with investments of rm62.4 billion and employing 75,127 workers. the malaysian iron and steel sub-sector in particular has the potential to generate up to 6.5 per cent of gdp growth, and provide up to 225,000 job opportunities in 2020. malaysian companies in the basic metal products industry are active in upstream, midstream, and do...
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  9. Carotech
    one of malaysia's home-grown success stories, carotech bhd. was incorporated in 1992 and is the first and only integrated plant in the world to commercially extract tocotrienol complex (tocominâ) , a potent form of natural vitamin e more commonly known as super vitamin e), mixed carotene complex (carominâ), and phytosterols (steromaxâ) from palm fruits (elaeis guineensis). the extraction techno...
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  10. Pharmaceuticals
    malaysian manufacturers have demonstrated their capabilities and capacities to produce pharmaceutical products in almost all dosage forms, including sterile preparations, injectables, and time-release medications, as well as developed and launched off-patent generic drugs and herbal products under their own brands. malaysia is a member of the pharmaceutical inspection convention and pharmaceu...
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  11. BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
    since its inception in 1997, basf petronas chemicals sdn bhd has achieved many milestones along the way. with a total investment of rm3.4 billion, the company considers malaysia as an important and strategic location to forge a business investment in the asian region. through a 60:40 joint venture between basf aktiengesellschaft of germany and petroliam nasional berhad (petronas) of malaysia,...
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  12. Frequently Asked Questions
    a general show allhide all how does mida assist investors? mida offers the following assistance to investors: direct consultation and co-operation with relevant agencies at both the federal and state levels in matters such as: securing infrastructural facilities, including land, factory sites, electricity and water supplies, telecommunica...
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  13. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    a general show allhide all how does mida assist investors? mida offers the following assistance to investors: direct consultation and co-operation with relevant agencies at both the federal and state levels in matters such as: securing infrastructural facilities, including land, factory sites, electricity and water supplies, telecommunication an...
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  14. Forms & Guidelines for Manufacturing Sector
    aapplication for 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 app...
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  15. Taxation
    1 taxation in malaysia show allhide all income of any person including a company, accruing in or derived from malaysia or received in malaysia from outside malaysia is subject to income tax. however, with effect from year of assessment (ya) 2004, income received in malaysia from sources outside malaysia by any person other than a resident company carrying on business...
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  16. Human Resource
    1 conditions of employment show allhide all minimum conditions of employment the employment act, 1955 is the main legislation on labour matters in malaysia. paid maternity leave : 60 days normal work hours : ...
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  17. Petroleum Products Including Petrochemicals
    it is also the industry that has attracted the greatest level of ddi in 2017, amounting to rm25.6 billion out of rm26 billion in approved investments across 10 projects that created 1,949 job opportunities. half of the projects approved were new projects amounting to rm23.7 billion, while expansion/diversification projects totalled rm2.2 billion. currently, malaysia produces approximately 73...
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  18. Textiles and Textile Products
    the industry became the country’s eleventh largest export earner in 2017, making up approximately rm15.3 billion (1.6%) to malaysia’s total exports of manufactured goods. the usa was still the leading export market for malaysia’s textile products, purchasing rm2.2 billion (14.6%) of the industry’s total exports, followed by japan and turkey.competition from developing economies with ...
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  19. Starting Up Business
    1 registering business entities in malaysia show allhide all methods of conducting business in malaysia in malaysia, a business may be conducted: i.  by an individual operating as a sole proprietor, or ii. by two or more (but not more than 20) persons in partnership, or iii....
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  20. Environmental Management
    1 policy show allhide all to promote environmentally sound and sustainable development, the malaysian government has established the legal and institutional framework for environmental protection. investors are encouraged to consider the environmental factors during the early stages of their project planning. aspects of pollution control include possible modifica...
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  21. Intellectual Property Protection
    1 intellectual property protection intellectual property protection in malaysia comprises of patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyright, geographical indications and layout designs of integrated circuits. malaysia is a member of the world intellectual property organisation (wipo) and a signatory to the paris convention and berne convention which govern these intellectual ...
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  22. 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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  23. 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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  24. Incentives in Services Sector
    a incentives for investments show allhide all incentives in services sector in malaysia, tax incentives, both direct and indirect, are provided for in the promotion of investments act 1986, income tax act 1967, customs act 1967, sales tax act 1972, excise act 1976 and free zones act 1990. these acts cover investments in the manufacturing, agriculture, ...
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  25. Eastman
    eastman chemical company's decision to build a 30,000-tonne per year copolyester plastics plant in pahang, malaysia was based on a two-year study of 11 sites in four countries in south-east asia. fourteen factors were evaluated, including access to markets in the region, access to competitively priced raw materials, availability of a capable workforce, a pro-business environment, and logistics. ov...
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  26. Elektrisola
    more than 10 years ago, the elektrisola group, the world's largest producer of fine and ultrafine copper magnet wire, started looking for a site for its first 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...
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  27. Fuji Electric (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
    fuji electric (malaysia) sdn. bhd. (fem), a wholly-owned overseas subsidiary of fuji electric device technology co., ltd. (fdt) commenced operations in 1998 at the kulim hi-tech park, kedah, malaysia. being one of the pioneer investors in the kulim hi-tech park, fem has foreseen the potential of the industry at this strategic location.the company expanded its operations from about 400 employees in...
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  28. 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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  29. K.G.Pastry
    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 froze...
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  30. MIECO
    mieco chipboard berhad (“mieco”) was incorporated in 1972. the company has been listed on the main board of bursa malaysia since 1998. mieco commissioned its first production line in 1976, making it the pioneer in chipboard 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 ...
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  31. 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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  32. 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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  33. Sharp
    sharp has been in malaysia for over 25 years now and is still expanding. to-date we have six companies employing a total of more than 8,500 people. each company has its own specialisation in 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 cent...
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  34. Top Glove Group
    top glove was established in 1991 in malaysia and has grown leaps and bounds to become the world’s largest rubber glove manufacturer. today, top glove with its annual production capacity of 40 billion pieces of gloves, exports to 1,000 customers in over 185 countries. malaysia remains to be the location of our manufacturing hub, a true testimony of this country's supportive environment for our ...
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  35. BP Malaysia
    bp is one of the world's leading oil companies on the basis of market capitalisation and proved reserves. it operates globally, with business activities and customers in more than 100 countries and approximately 94,000 employees. bp has exploration and production interests in 29 countries. its business is about finding, producing and marketing the natural energy resources on which the modern world...
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  36. Research & Development in Services Sector
    malaysia offers a wide range of incentives and financial assistance to attract investments in r&d activities. r&d includes r&d company, r&d contract company and in-house r&d and r&d status company. the promotion of investment act, 1986 defines research and development (r&d) as "any systematic or intensive study carried out in the field of science or technology with the objective of using th...
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  37. Honeywell
    honeywell is a fortune 100 diversified technology and 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, peta...
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  38. TechnipFMC
    technipfmc is a global leader in oil and gas projects, technologies, systems and services. with its proprietary technologies and production systems, integrated expertise, and comprehensive solutions, it is transforming its clients' project economics, and constantly challenging itself as well as the practices of the oil and gas industry: reinventing its technology and approach to projects and ...
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  39. B.Braun Medical Industries
    in 2006, b. braun medical industries sdn. bhd. (bmi), penang plant was recognized as the global centre of excellence (coe) for intravenous access products including r&d and production technology. products manufactured in b. braun medical industries penang are exported to the us, japan, germany and several major markets around the world.“malaysia is a good choice for manufacturing because of ...
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  40. 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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  41. Advertising Services
    advertising activities also include media representation, aerial advertising, distribution or delivery of advertising materials or samples, and renting of spaces for advertisement. outdoor advertising refers to billboards, panels, bulletins and frames, window dressing, showroom design, car and bus carding, etc. media representation refers to sale of time and space for various media soliciti...
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  42. Engineering and Energy Consultancy Services
    engineering services (classified under code 8672 of the central product classification) cover all engineering activities except integrated engineering services, namely:  (i) advisory and consultative engineering services;  (ii) engineering design services for the construction of foundations and building structures;  (iii) engineering design services for mechanical and elec...
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  43. Download Centre 2014
    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 november 2014 ...
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  44. 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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  45. Archived e-Newsletters 2017
    mida newsletter - dec 2017 issue tax efficient way to invest in research & development (r&d) r&d is important to malaysia's well-being and future sustainability. it creates value and enables the nation to exploit new industries and economic opportunities. the national science technology policy 2013-2020 aims for malaysian to achieve r&d ...
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  46. Analog Devices
    analog devices (adi) is a leading global high-performance analog technology company. our products and technologies intelligently bridge the physical and digital domains through sensing, measuring, powering, connecting and interpreting. adi penang (formerly known as linear semiconductor sdn bhd) is a leading site to design, developand manufacture of high performance analog integrated circuits ...
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  47. 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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  48. 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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  49. 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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  50. Muehlbauer Technologies Sdn. Bhd.
       muehlbauer technologies sdn bhd was founded in year 2006 with core activities of developing, marketing, 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 ...
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  51. Carsem
    carsem was established in 1972 and is part of hong leong group, one of the largest conglomerates in malaysia. carsem, headquartered in ipoh-malaysia, is a leading provider of turnkey packaging and test services to the semiconductor industry. the company has two high-technology factories incorporating sophisticated, "state-of-the-art" equipment, ensuring products meet the qua...
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  52. Shorubber (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
    shorubber (malaysia) sdn. bhd. is a subsidiary of showa glove co. himeji japan and located in jejawi industrial estate, perlis with a land size of 2.26 million square feet. shorubber was registered in malaysia in 1989 and started its operation since 1993. we have been one of the key international players in the field of industrial and household gloves. shorubber manufactures mainly 4 types ...
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  53. 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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  54. MIDA Insights - Industry
    september 2019 issue 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-manufact...
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  55. MIDA Insights - Why Malaysia Series
    august 2019 issue our journey in malaysia : ocim sdn bhd established in 1959, oci, with head office in seoul, south korea is a global producer of value-added chemicals and materials for a broad range of industries. in march 2008, oci launched commercial production at gunsan p1 plant with a nameplate capacity of 5,000 metric tons shortly after...
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  56. Sports Tourism Has Significant Economic Potential
    globally, sports tourism is recognised as one of the upcoming tourism markets with significant economic potentials. in malaysia, it is an important income generator in the tourism industry, contributing approximately rm5 billion annually and is supported by a broad global audience as sporting events usually attract domestic and international participants. revenue generated ranges from a...
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  57. Our Journey in Malaysia : C. Steinweg Group
    from rotterdam to klang valley founded in 1847 in the port of rotterdam, c. steinweg is one of the world's leading warehousing and logistics service providers, with a long heritage of expertise in the commodity trade. with a vast network of 110 offices on every major continent, the group has grown into a truly multinational company with close to 7 million m2 of space and 20 km length of...
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  58. 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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  59. The Gaming Industry: A New Game of Growth
    t he gaming industry evolved from a group of young developers into a billion-dollar industry, and with the exponential growth of technology, the trend of playing games has grown from being played on pcs and mobiles, to consoles and virtual reality (vr). a global leader in esports, games, and mobile intelligence, newzoo is the leading market intelligence from the netherlands since ...
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  60. 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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  61. 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...
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  62. Our Journey in Malaysia : Schmidt + Clemens (S+C)
    schmidt + clemens (s+c), the german stainless steel specialist founded in 1879, committed at an early stage to the internationalisation of its business operation, founding its first foreign subsidiary in spain as long ago as 1974. as the world market leader in tube systems for applications in the petrochemicals industry, it is a factor of major importance to s+c to be near to its mar...
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  63. 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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  64. Domestic Investment Seminar in Sarawak : Industry Players to Take Full Advantage of Government's Facilities and Incentives
    mida organised the sarawak domestic investment seminar 2019 on 26 june 2019 in collaboration with the ministry for industrial and entrepreneur development sarawak (mied) as a platform to update the industry players especially in east malaysia region on the latest policies and facilities by the government. yb datuk amar haji awang tengah ali hassan, deputy chief minister of sarawak who gra...
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  65. 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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  66. 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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  67. Our Journey in Malaysia : Roland Manufacturing & MI Services
    the roland name is synonymous with music and sound technology and is home to one of the world’s best-known and famous electronic music instruments brand. back in 1972, roland was founded by ikutaro kakehashi in osaka, japan.headquartered in hamamatsu, japan, roland corporation is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of electronic music instruments including instruments for ke...
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  68. 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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  69. Innovation Pitch and Business Matching 2019 - Companies to Intensify Innovation through Strategic Collaborations in R&D Activities to Remain Competitive and Sustainable
    themed ‘innovation for the future of malaysia’, mida in collaboration with the universiti malaysia perlis (unimap) and the malaysian technology development corporation (mtdc) organised the innovation pitch and business matching (ipbm) 2019 event at mida sentral on 5 august 2019. the event was a platform for technologists, scientists and researchers from universities to promote their in...
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  70. Our Journey in Malaysia : OCIM Sdn Bhd
    established in 1959, oci, with head office in seoul, south korea is a global producer of value-added chemicals and materials for a broad range of industries. in march 2008, oci launched commercial production at gunsan p1 plant with a nameplate capacity of 5,000 metric tons shortly after polysilicon spot market prices hit a historic high of over usd500/kg. subsequently,...
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  71. Blueprint For Industry 4.0 : What Manufacturers Must Do Today
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