Empowering local firms with innovative smart manufacturing practices
23 Jun 2023
The Taiwan Enterprise Learning Experience organised by Machinery and Equipment Productivity Nexus with support from Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) and various international engagement partner has empowered Malaysian companies with innovative smart manufacturing practices to improve productivity.
The initiative within the Smart Factory Transformation Programme was aimed to establish a benchmark for success in becoming a smart factory. By immersing participating companies in the experiences of Taiwanese factory decision-makers, this programme offered invaluable insights into the pre-transformation challenges, the transformation process, and the outcomes achieved.
Under the collaborative efforts of the MPC, Asian Productivity Organisation, China Productivity Centre, DSC Consulting Sdn Bhd, and Malaysia Automation Technology Association, the Taiwan Enterprise Learning Experience was a resounding success. The delegates had the exclusive opportunity to visit renowned smart factories in Taiwan including DigiwinSoft, China Productivity Centre, Rui Chen Ltd Company, Shin-Yain Industrial Co Ltd and Pacific Cycles, witnessing firsthand their innovative smart manufacturing practices.
This transformative programme from June12-16 brought together 38 delegates including representatives from government agencies, M&E associations, and M&E companies to explore the cutting-edge smart manufacturing practices of Taiwan.
The Taiwan Enterprise Learning Experience allowed Malaysian participants to interact with industry experts, gaining firsthand knowledge and experiences in implementing smart manufacturing practices. Through engaging presentations and networking opportunities, delegates were equipped with practical insights and valuable connections within the industry.
The knowledge and insights acquired from this experience serve as invaluable resources for Malaysian M&E companies, empowering them to drive innovation and enhance their competitiveness. The programme has fostered a strong foundation for collaboration and partnership among the participating companies, encouraging knowledge sharing and mutual support in achieving common goals.
Moving forward, the MPC remains committed to supporting the transformation of Malaysian manufacturing, leveraging the lessons learned from Taiwan’s smart factory leaders
Source: The Sun Daily