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Dutamas Waras Sdn. Bhd.

Four Points by Sheraton, Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur is a new 4 Star hotel of 20-storey consisting of 318 guest rooms; managed by the Marriot Group. 

Launched in November 2019, the project investment of RM186 million offered employment to 150 Malaysians.

Dutamas Waras Sdn. Bhd.

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Encore Melaka Impression Series is Southeast Asia’s largest performing arts theatre which offers a 70-min cultural performance that portrays the six centuries of Melaka’s history.

The RM400 million project includes a stage set-up of 240 meters length facing a platform of 360-degrees rotating seats and the training of 240 Malaysians to the high standards of Impression Series, China to acquire performance skills of highest attributes.

PTS Impression Sdn. Bhd.

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Established in 2004, TOC Automotive College is a pioneer TVET in automotive education and technical training which has produced more than 2400 students till date; with 100% guaranteed graduate employment.

The college was rated Five-star on Quality Evaluation System for Private Colleges (MyQuest) in 2012/13 and 2016/17 by the Ministry of Education; and Five-star Malaysian Skills Certificate Training Provider by the Ministry of Human Resource. 

It was also certified by the Certification Panel of SIRIM; and is an affiliate of The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI), United Kingdom.

Being a significant institution in the field of automotive, the company will be opening its second college by 2021 with an additional investment of RM18.7 million.

The Otomotif College Sdn. Bhd. (TOC)

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Over the past few years, we went through a thorough evaluation process to find the best possible Headquarters location. Our focus was predominantly on customer proximity, talent pool, supply chain and especially government support.

Since we set foot in Malaysia, we have been enjoying tremendous support from the Malaysian Government and hence couldn’t have chosen a better location. The better acquisition process for our 50 acres of land was accomplished in merely less than four weeks.

In today’s world, where time and agility has become critical, in our 30-year experience, such business support is simply unheard of.

Music Tribe

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Gading Kencana Sdn Bhd (GKSB) is a pioneer of the local Solar Photovoltaic industry since 1993 and developer of Renewable Energy Power Plants and projects in Malaysia.

The company headed by one of the Green icon of Malaysia, Dato’ Ir Guntor Tobeng and wife, Datin Hasnah Awang with the experience of over 25 years in  business in the Solar PV and Energy Efficiency industry.

To date, the company has on its own, developed, constructed and operates two solar farms which are located at Ayer Keroh, Melaka and Bidor, Perak respectively with total capacity of 46MWp with a total annual electricity generation of 63,771 MWh sold to TNB.  Prior to the solar farm development, GKSB has designed, and constructed many large rooftop solar PV plants for industries and small scale systems for residential homes. It is looking forward to extend its scope of electricity supply to commercials and residential entities under the Net Energy Metering systems to help them reduce their electricity bill by leveraging its strength in Solar PV Systems and Energy Efficiency projects implementations.      

With the vision of building a sustainable and profitable business in Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation and mission to provide the best quality of service to its clients,  GKSB upholds and implements its Quality Policy and ISO 9001:2015 certification. GKSB also implements its safety SOPs under the ISO 45001:2018 when carrying out its projects.

Among the clients of GKSB are Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Petronas, Daikin, Robert Bosch, Intel, Tesco, ACM Boeing, Kumpulan Melaka Berhad, Teleflex, Peps JV, Shangrila Group of Hotels and Top Glove. 

One of its key success factors came from the assistances of MIDA in the form of facilitation, tax incentives, exemptions and other support. Such assistance expedites the project works at site which enable the projects to  be completed for timely delivery.  

For further information, Please visit GKSB’s official website at  http://gadingkencana.com.my/

Gading Kencana Sdn Bhd (GKSB)

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Solarvest Holdings Berhad – Turning sunlight into investment.

Solarvest was founded in 2012 with the mission to change the way people consume energy and to create a world where clean energy is easily accessible to many. The Company was among the first batch of grid-tied solar power installation providers that has obtained the certification from SEDA (Sustainable Energy Development Authority), ISPQ (Institute for Sustainable Power Quality) and GCPV (Grid-Connected Solar Photovoltaic) in Malaysia.

Since then, the company has been advocating for solar energy adoption and has grown to be a leading solar turnkey engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (“EPCC”) service provider. It has an established track record of Large Scale Solar PV projects as well as residential, commercial and industrial properties projects. The Company also provides operations and maintenance (O&M) services of solar PV systems. In addition to that, Solarvest owns a 1MWp solar PV plant located at Pokok Sena, Kedah.

Over the years, Solarvest has created new job opportunities and produced budding experts in the solar energy industry via its operations in Petaling Jaya (headquarter), Alor Setar, Pulau Pinang, and Johor Bahru.

Solarvest’s growth thus far is attributable to the encouraging renewable energy policies of our Government, solid infrastructure, and the rising emphasize to reduce carbon footprint among the public and private sectors.  Additionally, MIDA’s introduction of Green Investment Tax Allowance (GITA) and Green Income Tax Exemption (GITE) incentives has certainly spurred solar investments in Malaysia.

Solarvest Holdings Berhad

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In the year 1999, just before the whole world ushered in the much waited and arrival of the new millennium, the Pekat Group was formed. Our directors, individuals who are deeply passionate and relentless in their profession, quickly set out to build the company, driving themselves through hours of hard work and upholding a mantra of achievement that is nothing less than excellence.

Within a few short years, The Pekat Group managed to enhance its reputation internationally as an esteemed specialist and solutions provider in the design, supply, installation of lightning protection, earthing and surge protection systems. Those years of exposure, skills and expertise in their initial industry provided the group with an invaluable foundation to embrace the Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Renewal Energy business. Pekat Solar is the subsidiary that specialised in EPCC (engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning) solar energy management system. It has successfully commissioned up to 50MWP of the solar PV system by 2019. The move proves not only timely but also strategic, for the rich experience in lightning, earthing and surge now complements and provides Pekat with a more holistic approach to the Solar PV business. It is indeed an advantage few others can claim to have.

Today, Pekat Solar is one of the leading Solar Service Provider in Malaysia. Please visit Pekat’s website at www.pekat.com.my  

Pekat Solar Sdn Bhd

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Mewaholeo Industries Sdn. Bhd, (“Mewaholeo”) is a subsidiary of Mewah International Inc. (“Mewah” or “Mewah Group”). Mewah is a global agri-business with refineries and processing facilities in Malaysia and Singapore. Founded in 1950s, Mewah was listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited on November 24, 2010. Today, Mewah has grown to be one of the largest edible oils and fats businesses with a current total refining capacity of 3.5 million MT annually. Mewah produces a wide range of refined and speciality oils and fats principally from palm oil. It also produces oils and fats from lauric oils, such as palm kernel oil and coconut oil; and from soft oils, such as soybean oil, canola oil, sunflower seed oil and corn oil. Besides edible oil and fat products, the Group also sells rice and dairy products in consumer pack form under its own brands.

Our efforts to strengthen Mewah’s position as a leading producer of sustainable palm oil continued throughout 2019, with focus on the implementation of our Sustainable Palm Oil Policy and in promotion of Malaysia’s national sustainability standard, the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil Certification (MSPO). MSPO is known as an important catalyst to enhance the sustainability standards across all oil palm value-chains in Malaysia palm oil industry. In September 2019, Mewaholeo becomes the first palm oil refinery in Malaysia to produce and export first shipment of MSPO-certified RBDPO to international market.

As we continue to develop our core edible oils & fats business and invest in growth opportunities, strong governance remains the cornerstone of our business. We are mindful that of our responsibility to improve our environmental footprint, to identify opportunities relevant to the long-term success of Mewah as well as to determine the material ESG risks to be managed.   As such, in managing our day-to-day business, we remain committed to low carbon operations and evident from our newly-set targets for GHG emissions.We aspire to continue enriching lives by being a positive influence for our people, the environment and the society that underpin Mewah’s sustainability strategy.

For more information, please visit Mewah’s website at https://www.mewahgroup.com/

Mewaholeo Industries Sdn. Bhd

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MATTAN is a leading Engineering, Procurement, Construction, commissioning (EPCC) solution provider across multi-disciplinary Renewable Energy i.e. Solar, Biogas, Biomass and Mini Hydro in Malaysia. MATTAN also provides one-stop solution services ranging from Consultancy, Operation & Maintenance (O&M), Financial Modelling / Arrangement to Project Management.

MATTAN is a locally owned engineering company with a humble origin when it was founded in 2012 by Matt Tan and Levin Tan to capitalize on the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme and later on Large Scale Solar (LSS) program offered by the Government for the residential and industrial sector. The 3 employees company grew exponentially over the course of 8 years and fast forward to 2020, MATTAN’s track record stood at more than 100 MW of completed projects and another 90 MW under construction, 77 employees and counting with more than 90 projects completed across all sectors.

MATTAN emphasises on precision and value engineering to drive better yield for clients across all projects and treat its employees as its most prized assets. “However, this would not be possible without the support and incentives from the Malaysian government. We are grateful to the Government for driving the Renewable Energy agenda i.e. Large Scale Solar and FIT schemes for Biogas, Biomass and Mini Hydro with various attractive incentives” says Group President, Matt Tan. Executive Chairman, Levin Tan added “ completing projects in time is not just paramount to the client but also ensuring the Government achieves its RE goal. As one of the few pioneers in the local industry, I feel that we have a responsibility to take the lead on a transition towards a Renewable Energy powered globe“. MATTAN will continue to contribute to the Renewable Energy industry and drive its linkage to the Malaysian economy and remain hopeful to stamp its mark not just in Malaysia but across the region. Please visit Mattan’s website at www.mattan.com.my.

Mattan Engineering Sdn Bhd

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“Pathgreen” is one of the pioneers of Solar PV Service Provider with Full Fledged Operations & Maintenance Services in Malaysia.

Pathgreen was founded in 2011 and since then, Pathgreen has been successfully designed, installed and commissioned the first 6.5MWp rooftop solar PV projects in 2012.

To date, Pathgreen has delivered approximately 20MWp timely commissioned commercial solar PV rooftop projects with the largest solar PV installation on one single roof of 3.5MWp in Shah Alam; commissioned in 2012 is generating approximately RM6,000,000 a year revenue under Feed-in Tariff Program.

Starting end of 2016, the Net Energy Metering (NEM) program comes in to allow businesses to use solar PV energy for self-consumption and any excess of solar PV energy to be exported to the grid and get electricity rebates to offset part of the electricity bill.

The top pulling factor for businesses to invest in solar PV installation is the available Green Investment Tax Allowance (GITA) under MIDA. This tax incentive enables the solar PV system owners to deduct their corporate tax payable on top of the Capital Allowance (CA). With the availability of these tax-friendly policies, the payback period becomes shorter.

Pathgreen undertakes the complete end-to-end works related to solar PV projects from submission of the application of GITA to the construction and commissioning of the solar PV project.

Pathgreen’s main attribute as the one-stop center solar PV service provider is managing the risk of fire & safety using the latest solar PV SafeDC technology in compliance of NEC 2017 standard; thus providing peace-of-mind to solar PV system owners, For the past 9 years, Pathgreen pride ourselves as the rooftop solar PV specialist company; not only as of the rooftop solar PV installer but also maintaining the rooftop solar PV plant at its excellence.

Pathgreen is also an award-winning solar PV provider with an Award of Commendation from ACEM in 2013 and Best Practices in Renewable Energy Projects from the Asian Centre for Energy in 2014.

Please visit Pathgreen’s website at www.pathgreen.com.my

Pathgreen Energy Sdn Bhd

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TechnipFMC is a global leader in subsea, onshore, offshore, and surface technologies. With our proprietary technologies and production systems, integrated expertise and comprehensive solutions, we are transforming our clients’ project economics.

TechnipFMC has been in Malaysia since 1982. Located in Kuala Lumpur, the operating centre is a major hub for our entities in the Asia Pacific region and a critical contributor to our global business. Our assets in Malaysia include two vessels – Deep Orient and G1201, as well as two manufacturing plants in Johor – Asiaflex Products and Nusajaya.

The company has delivered many of the nation’s first deepwater projects, such as Murphy Kikeh Spar- the first spar installed outside the Gulf of Mexico, and Shell Malikai Tension Leg Platform. TechnipFMC also delivered the world’s first FLNG. The Petronas FLNG (PFLNG) Satu, plays an important role in Petronas’ efforts to unlock gas reserves in Malaysia’s remote and stranded fields. We are pleased to share the successes of PFLNG Satu’s first LNG drop from their second field – Kebabangan. This is the first relocation in the FLNG history.

Among our other projects is the execution of the Petronas Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID) project in Johor, where we are the project management consultants as well as the EPCM contractor for its utilities, offsite and interconnecting facilities. RAPID is a world-scale complex aiming to answer the growing need for differentiated and speciality chemicals and to meet future demands in the Asia Pacific region.

Currently, TechnipFMC is executing the region’s first iEPCITM an integrated project covering the delivery and installation of subsea equipment including umbilicals, flowlines and the subsea production system for Gumusut-Kakap Phase 2 project. Also in the pipeline is Vietnam’s Long Son project, a petrochemical plant where the Kuala Lumpur operating centre plays a major role.

Today, Malaysia continues to be an important investment destination for TechnipFMC. Having one of the major fuel reserves in the Asia Pacific in a well-established industry backed by a strong talent pool and a robust supply chain, Malaysia remains a key location for oil and gas operations in the region.


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Soft Space is a mobile payments technology company, headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Soft Space focuses on the development of innovative solutions for the banking and payment industry. The Soft Space MPOS solution is internationally certified and is used by 8 financial institutions across Asia.

Being a young tech start up, it is heart-warming to see the government appreciating and supporting young technology companies, dispelling the conventional perception that only larger companies benefit from it.

With the help of MIDA (R&D, Certification, Training and Outsourcing grant), Soft Space is now able to accelerate its growth and innovation capability in a shorter period of time. This also enables Soft Space build strong R&D fundamentals as we introduce new products such as Chip & Pin, Contactless and Proximity Payment in the coming months.

Throughout the whole process of attaining the grant to the follow through, MIDA has been highly informative, professional and helpful. We at Soft Space are grateful to our appointed MIDA team especially our account manager who has always been around to give a helping hand. Soft Space is on track, expanding rapidly and marking our presence globally.

Soft Space

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With a heritage of more than six decades, Taylor’s Schools provide world-class education for more than 5,600 students from 60 nations. Taylor’s Schools are renowned for their teaching excellence and commitment to educate the youth of the world to take their productive place as leaders in the global community.

MIDA’s Investment Tax Allowance (ITA) incentive provided invaluable support for expansion. Continued investments to expand and upgrade world-class facilities are integral to Taylor’s Schools in line with its mission to have schools of choice distinguished for personalised learning. Garden International School, Taylor’s International School Kuala Lumpur and Taylor’s International School Puchong have benefitted from MIDA’s incentives.

Taylor’s Schools

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After more than fifteen years of operation, Petrofac decided to widen its horizon to Malaysia. Petrofac Malaysia actively operates and partakes in 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 also became an operator of Cendor field together with partners Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company (KUFPEC), PetroVietnam and PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd (PCSB) in developing the field with phased programme. Its first oil was produced in 2006 in just 16 months and now expected to yield some 200 million barrels. Petrofac continues its remarkable performance when Cendor Phase 2 Project achieved 10 million hours without a single lost time incident (LTI) and first oil production on West Desaru in August only 18 months approval by PETRONAS. The Berantai project is an offshore gas field development involving investment approximately US $1 billion. This fast track development reached first gas in just 21 months.

Petrofac also has delivered various lump-sum projects for clients in the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC). It achieved first oil at SEPAT offshore early production system (EPS) in December 2011. The EPCIC assignment was its first lump-sum offshore EPCIC contract in South East Asia. Petrofac was also was awarded a US$220 million contract by PCSB, for the refurbishment of the Bekok-C platform.

Petrofac also successfully completed numbers of offshore projects through its engineering services company called Petrofac RNZ which caters the demand from design to construction management. It has added on an additional 700 employees from the total headcount in Asia-Pacific to 1,500.

It continues its growth by providing the world class program, designing and constructing infrastructure for technical training to cater skilled workforce with the establishment of the INSTEP Integrated Oil and Gas Training Centre in Terengganu in collaboration with PETRONAS.

Petrofac Malaysia

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IKEA was founded in 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad and the first store (including a show room) was opened in Almhult, Sweden in 1958. Since then, IKEA has developed a strong concept and product range around home furnishing articles, focused on function, quality and low price.Currently, there is a grand total of 229 IKEA stores in 33 countries / territories, and the company’s turnover reached 14.8 billion euro in 2005. More than 400 million people have visited IKEA stores world-wide. The IKEA catalogue had a total of 160 million copies printed in 52 editions and 25 languages.

IKEA was set up in Malaysia in 1999 with its distribution centre being the regional hub for the company’s Asia Pacific market to its 16 stores in seven Asia Pacific countries.

“Malaysia has been chosen for its central geographical position in Asia and it’s well developed logistics network and port infrastructure” says Vic Kurzeja, General Manager for IKEA’s Distribution Centre Malaysia. “We found in Malaysia a stable and reliable business and social environment which enables us to focus on our long term expansion goals”.

Today, IKEA’s distribution centre, with a 130,000 pallet storage capacity employs circa 220 co-workers. The key element of the company’s logistics network and strategy is to develop its market share in the Asia Pacific in the coming years.

IKEA will continue to develop and optimize its logistics hub in Malaysia by implementing Radio-Frequency technology in 2007 to monitor the company’s inventory flow and continue to invest in the development of local competence.

Malaysia’s ethnic diversity and well educated workforce has enabled IKEA to find the suitable manpower to meet the company’s human resource requirements.


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Since its initial investment in 1971, Hitachi has so far invested about RM730 million in Malaysia. The Hitachi Group in Malaysia currently operates 22 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 industrial policy.

Furthermore, a majority of Malaysians speak and understand English, making technology transfer into this country much easier.


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I-Berhad was established on February 2, 1967 under the name of Sanyo Industries (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd. It was listed on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange on 29 September 1969 and assumed its current name on 12 August 1999.

Although the Group started off as a home appliance manufacturer, its vision today is to serve the home of the future – the smart home. Thus, the Group has diversified into the digital products industry. The first step in this direction was with the launch of the “i” brand. The Group took further steps to realize this vision by diversifying into the IT industry in 2000 and subsequently also ventured into the home automation business with the introduction of the i-home system.

In 2002, the Group expanded its digital product base by introducing digital cameras, projectors, DVDs and MP3 players. Today, the Group has two major business units – the intelligent appliance unit and the digital products unit.

Although the Group started off as an original equipment manufacturer, it has been transformed today into a marketing group, where its key assets are its brand, marketing and distribution network, quality assurance and service support infrastructure.

As a global Malaysian brand, “i” products have been distributed not only to the countries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) regions, but also to Europe. In the global arena, the Group competes on product innovation, time-to-market, packaging design and value for money.


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Since the day it first stepped foot in Malaysia, Ericsson has been a key player in the evolution of the Malaysian telecommunications industry. Together with our customers, we have been actively involved in contributing towards the advancement of telecommunications services in the country.

Government policies that have been put in place encourage growth and promote investments in a stable political climate. Malaysia has a well-developed infrastructure and strong industrial linkages with supporting industries, thus providing an excellent business environment. In addition, the workforce is educated and productive.

All these make Malaysia an ideal choice for investments.


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In 1978, James Dyson, unhappy with a top of the range vacuum cleaner constantly clogging with dust and losing suction, ripped up the bag and set about developing a vacuum cleaner of his own. After five years and tinkering with 5,127 prototypes, Dyson eventually perfected the multi-cyclone technology. The patented design uses centrifugal force to separate the dirt, dust and debris from the air without losing suction and without a bag. Rejected by many well-known companies, banks and venture capitalists, it was in Japan, the home of consumer electronics, that Dyson was able to licence his technology. Subsequently, Dyson designed and oversaw the manufacture of the G-Force, which was launched in 1986.

Income from G-Force royalties enabled Dyson and a small team to continue developing his cyclone technology, working from a garden workshop. In May 1993, Dyson started manufacturing the vacuum cleaner under his own name, beginning 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, Dyson’s RDD and Operations Director says, “We chose Malaysia for the assembly of our machines because of its global standing as a nation of manufacturing excellence. Our research and development engineers have close ties to their colleagues in Malaysia and vice-versa. Dyson currently produces millions of vacuum cleaners each year using the latest manufacturing technologies and processes.”

Meticulous testing is fundamental to Dyson. Test engineers in both the UK and Malaysia conduct 30,000 hours of testing every month and recently new test facilities were opened in Johor Bahru. Over 150 different mechanical test rigs are used by test technicians to replicate and exaggerate the usage of vacuum cleaners in the home.

DC15 The BallTM is Dyson’s latest vacuum cleaner and marks the biggest step forward since DCO1. Traditional uprights are rigid, cumbersome and tiring to use. With The BallTM, Dyson engineers have placed the body of the machine on top of a ball, housing the motor – its centre of gravity. This gives the machine great manoeuvrability; cleaning is more efficient as it quickly zig-zags around furniture. DC15 took three years to develop and the company has filed 182 patents for this model, which are still pending.


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Cititel Express Kota Kinabalu is owned by Lagenda Sutera (M) Sdn Bhd, a 100% owned subsidiary company of IGB Corporation Berhad (“IGB”), a three star hotel developed under the brand name of Cititel Express.
It is IGB’s first hotel development in Sabah, East Malaysia and the total construction cost of the hotel was around RM35 million. The construction of the hotel took two years to complete and it was opened for business in August 2009.
The hotel currently employs more than 60 employees and most of them are local staff.We are willing to invest further in hotel development especially hotels under Cititel and St Giles brand in Malaysia with the availability of such incentives.


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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 depends.

After more than 40 years in Malaysia, BP has diversified its business activities to become a major player in the petrochemical sector producing Ethylene/ Polyethylene and Acetic Acid as well as Purified Terephthalic Acid. BP’s solar power technologies are also making an impact in rural areas. BP also produces and markets lubricant products under the Castrol, BP and Duckhams brands which are produced and blended at our local production facility.

BP’s total investments including partner shares amount to US$1.5 billion, making it one of the largest British investors in Malaysia and employs over 700 people, with a further 500 JV employees.

BP remains committed to act responsibly and ethically. We run community programmes such as Student Mentoring, Biodiversity Conservation, Ma’Daerah Turtle Sanctuary, the first turtle sanctuary in Malaysia and Climate Change Initiatives.

As Chairman of the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce, the head of BP Companies in Malaysia supports and leads a forum for the interchange of business views and experiences, as well promoting and fostering trade services and investment between Britain and Malaysia.

BP Malaysia

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The trend in market expansion and globalisation that started a few years ago pushed Alcatel, one of the world leaders in telecommunications system supply, to strengthen its presence in foreign markets. Conscious of the enormous growth potential of the Asian market, Alcatel chose Malaysia as its regional platform for marketing and industrial activities. For us, there were a number of good-sense business reasons.

Firstly, Malaysia represents an important and developed market for high-end Alcatel products. Secondly, Malaysia is centrally located in South-East Asia and it possesses an advanced infrastructure, a skilled labour force, and all the necessary supporting industries. Thirdly, the government of Malaysia has shown that, even in times of crisis, it is committed to remain actively pro-business and to provide a stable environment to transact in.

Finally, Malaysia has many natural assets and is culturally very rich and diverse. It is definitely a pleasant country to live and work in.


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