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Transport Technology – Aerospace

Aerospace

Malaysia’s aerospace industry is one of the rapidly growing industries in the country driven by the implementation of the National Aerospace Industry Blueprint 2030. It has been growing at an average of 5% over the past 10 years and continues to generate high skilled jobs, and develop an ecosystem of suppliers in the country. Malaysia is presently home to more than 230 companies, which are involved in maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), aero-manufacturing, education and training, systems integration, and engineering and design activities.

 

Malaysia has developed a strong supply chain, which consists of both foreign and local industry players. The local companies that are already part of the global supply chain include UMW Aerospace, SME Aerospace, CTRM Aero Composite Asia AeroTechnic and Airod. Malaysia also has supporting companies such as IAC Manufacturing, Asahi Aero Malaysia, Micron Concept Aerostructures and Morrissey Integrated Dynamics.

 

Malaysia continually aims to be the preferred global aerospace outsourcing centre and through MIDA with various efforts will continue to attract investment by OEM and Tier-1 companies through investment mission to targeted countries, industry linkage programmes, and supply chain programme to be part of the global supply chain ecosystem in Malaysia.

RM2.07 bil

Total Approved Investments in 2019

RM55.2 bil

Total Revenue by 2030

230

Domestic and Foreign Companies as at 2019

25,000

Jobs Created as at 2019

Human Capital Development

To support skilled workforce for the aerospace requirements, local training institutions have embarked on several aerospace-related training activities. This includes the Advanced Composite Training Centre (ACTC) at UniKL – Malaysia Institute of Aviation Technology, Malaysian Aviation Training Academy, Advanced Aeronautics Technology Centre and Aero Precision Resources.

 

Malaysia has more than 30 institutions that offers aviation related course such as Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Science Malaysia, UniKL, International Islamic University Malaysia, University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia and University Technology Malaysia.

 

Besides human capital development efforts, Malaysia also offers a comprehensive infrastructure for the industry. At present, Malaysia has several aerospace parks namely, Subang Aerotech Park, KLIA Aeropolis, UMW High-Value Manufacturing Park, Senai Airport Aviation Park, Nusajaya Tech Park and Kulim Hi-Tech Park that provides the choice of ready-built facilities or land plots for customised developments.

50%

of Wing Part for Boeing B737 manufactured by ACM, Kedah

60%

of Wing Part of Airbus A320 produced by CTRM, Melaka

Sub-sector

Aerospace Manufacturing

Engineering & Design

Aero-structure

Avionics

Engines

Airframe Equipment

Sub-sector

Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)

Airframe

Engines

Component

Line Maintenance

Major Aerospace Companies

Spirit AeroSystems Inc., USA

Safran S.A., France

Boeing & Hexcel Co., USA

Airbus SAS, France

Hamilton Sundstrand
(a subsidiary of Collin aerospace)

SR Technics, Zurich

Lufthansa & MTU Maintenance, Germany

General Electronic, USA

Honeywell Aerospace Services, USA

GKN Aerospace, UK

Barnes Aerospace , USA

Our Investors' Highlights

UMW Aerospace Sdn. Bhd., a wholly-owned company of the UMW Holding, rolled out its maiden fan case for Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines in November 2017. The engine fan casing, being one of the largest and most complex parts of the engine to manufacture, will bring along many spill-over effects. UMW Aerospace is the Tier 1 supplier for Rolls Royce to manufacture aircraft parts in the region.

- UMW Aerospace

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