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Ray Tech opens its first smart industrial X-ray inspection specialist plant in Johor

Ray Tech opens its first smart industrial X-ray inspection specialist plant in Johor

25 Apr 2024

Ray Tech (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Unicomp Technology China, has opened its first smart industrial X-ray inspection specialist plant in Gelang Patah, Johor.

The X-ray technology company said the cutting-edge facility would revolutionise the production and distribution of X-ray equipment, catering to the growing demand for advanced X-ray imaging in various sectors and regions around the world.

Ray Tech general manager Matthew Loh said the facility would not only bolster the company’s production capabilities but also strengthen its presence in the regional and overseas markets, enabling the company to better serve its customers.

“We are excited to inaugurate our X-ray assembling plant in Malaysia, a testament to our continued investment in innovation and commitment to advancing the use of smart industrial X-ray in various sectors,” he said in a joint statement with the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) today.

The company said Malaysia’s allure in attracting high-technology industries bodes well for the country as it brings along new technology and job opportunities.

It noted that the launch of this plant underscores investors’ confidence in Malaysia’s business-friendly environment and affirms the country’s status as a preferred investment destination for high-value manufacturing and innovation-driven investments.

“This 80% export-oriented project will be supported by the Malaysian technical workforce with more than 95% of the total manpower ranging from managerial, technical, and supervisory categories.

“The advent and portrayal of X-ray go further than the medical sector and is now extended to the automotive, electronics semiconductor, lithium battery, public security, foreign object detection and non-destructive tests,” it said.

The company said that among its noted clientele are Xiaomi, Tesla, BYD, Mercedes, BMW and Honda.

Meanwhile, Mida deputy CEO of investment promotion and facilitation Sivasuriyamoorthy Sundara Raja said the new facility signified a significant step forward for Malaysia’s industry and promised numerous job opportunities for the local community.

“We eagerly anticipate the growth and prosperity this investment will bring,” he said.

This achievement showcases the trust of companies in the country’s long-term investment propositions and the confidence of local and global investors in Malaysia as a preferred sustainable investment destination, he added.

Source: Bernama