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Ta Win to set up Malaysia's first privately-owned electron beam irradiation plant
By NST Business May 7, 2021 @ 7:21pm

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KUALA LUMPUR: Ta Win Holdings Bhd will set up an electron beam irradiation plant in a partnership with a Chinese company.

Ta Win today said its subsidiary Cyprium Wire Technology Sdn Bhd had entered into a sales and consultancy agreement with CGN Dasheng Electron Accelerator Technology Co Ltd on the establishment.

Ta Win said the company would engage CGN Dasheng to advice on project consultation, management and commissioning of the new plant at its existing manufacturing facilities lat Alor Gajah Industrial Estate in Melaka.

The company will also invest an additional financial commitment of up to RM20 million to operate and commission the new plant.
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China's Camel Group to set up largest battery plant in Malaysia, Proton a customer
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KUALA LUMPUR: Chinese company Camel Group Co Ltd is set to open the largest automobile battery production plant in Malaysia.

The plant in Kuantan would start operations in June, and would be off to a good start, supplying batteries for the X70 and future Proton models.

The plant will also export its batteries regionally and to Australia and New Zealand.

Camel Power Malaysia was set up in 2017, initially making and distributing automotive batteries for the local market. Its products cover a full range of batteries for cars, trucks, buses and agricultural equipment.
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Since 1980 Camel Group Co. Ltd has started its first step in automotive battery industry at China. For over 30 years, company is always customer-oriented and has gradually grown as the largest automotive battery manufacturer in Asia. Now, Camel batteries are distributed in all major cities across China and exported to over 40 countries worldwide.
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http://www.cainiaoaeropolisehub.com/
Cainiao Smart Logistics Network Limited (Chinese: 菜鸟网络科技有限公司), formerly known as China Smart Logistics Network, is a Chinese logistics company launched by Alibaba Group, jointly with eight other companies, on 28 May 2013. As of May 2018, Cainiao was one of the largest unicorn companies in China, valued at 100 billion yuan. Cainiao company ensures delivery within 24 hours to any region of the country, and it reduces waiting hours. The company is also based on a resource sharing pattern with number of well-known delivery businesses.



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Cainiao Aeropolis eWTP to position Malaysia as regional distribution centre in APAC
By Ayisy Yusof - November 1, 2021 @ 3:06pm
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SEPANG: Malaysia is poised to be the regional distribution centre (RDC) and e-commerce logistics hub for the Asia Pacific market, leveraging on the newly established Cainiao Aeropolis eWTP (electronic World Trade Platform) warehouse facility at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

According to Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), the Cainiao Aeropolis eWTP Hub would be a game-changer for the country's e-commerce logistics and Asia Pacific's preferred air cargo hub due to its strategic location within the free commercial zone with airside access to value-added activities.

Group managing director Datuk Iskandar Mizal Mahmood said the airport operator aims to double up its cargo volume from the current 600,000 tonnes to 1.3 million tonnes by 2030.

"We have about 10 new players from cargo terminal operators, third-party logistics providers and express cargo handlers.

"These will increase the group's air cargo volume with new value-added services like light manufacturing, assembly, repairs, testing and re-packaging for goods," he said at the official launching ceremony of the Cainiao Aeropolis eWTP Hub here today.

Iskandar said MAHB aims to gain leadership in e-commerce logistics and establish KLIA as a preferred regional distribution hub within the Asia Pacific.

He said air cargo had shown remarkable resilience in the past two years, which is a silver lining for us in the aviation industry in mitigating the impact of the pandemic.

"Therefore, the establishment of the eWTP Hub is indeed timely, and we believe that it will also serve the aspirations of the 12th Malaysia Plan by enhancing the competitiveness of our transport and logistics sectors through its efficiency, connectivity, and smart supply chain and logistics technology", he said.

Iskandar said this would further improve air cargo handling processes, increase air cargo volume, and enhance cross-border trade for the nation.

The hub aims to facilitate vertical markets such as retail electronics, automotive, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals and fast-moving fashion.

"We have the scalability to automate our warehouse operations, depending on existing operators to provide technology solutions to expedite the turnaround time while aiming to expand beyond the Southeast Asia market to Oceania and the Middle East," he said.

The hub, which has been operationalised since November last year, was set up via a partnership between MAHB and Alibaba Group with a total investment of RM500 million, with the establishment of a joint venture company between MAHB (30 per cent) and Alibaba Group (70 per cent).

Iskandar said the hub is also expected to generate a cumulative gross domestic product (GDP) of RM4.2 billion in the next 10 years and support over 35,000 jobs.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Ir Dr Wee Ka Siong said the government is delighted with the level of commitment and investment shown by MAHB and the Alibaba group in developing the world's first electronic world trade platform outside of China.

"It symbolises strong ties between Malaysia and China. This collaboration will substantially boost cargo volume for KLIA to double its present volume in the next 10 years and reinforce the country's cargo and logistics ecosystem spanning air, sea and land connectivity.

"It will benefit the entire logistics value chain comprising cargo airlines, cargo terminal operators, as well as freight forwarders or last-mile delivery service providers," he said.

Wee said the Malaysian freight and logistics market was valued at US$37.6 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach more than US$55 billion by 2026, with the new economy being a strong contributing factor.

"The advent of e-commerce in recent years has proven to be a boon to air cargo growth as it is the single largest catalytic driver," he added.

Alibaba Group's logistics arm Cainiao Network (Cainiao) chief executive officer Wan Lin said the company's role was to support businesses, especially small-medium enterprises, by providing an efficient and comprehensive global logistics network that can serve a more extensive international customer base and reduce trade barriers.

"Together with our partners, we have created a global network of smart logistics hubs, starting here in Malaysia under the eWTP initiative.

"As a core component within the e-fulfilment ecosystem, the Cainiao Aeropolis eWTP Hub provides crucial logistics support for major events such as the upcoming 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, enabling Malaysian businesses and consumers to benefit from enhanced logistics efficiency and stability," he said.

Lin said the hub is expected to be a leading logistics and distribution centre in the region. We are honoured to play a part in contributing to Malaysia's economic development.

Situated on a 24.3ha (2.6 million sq ft) plot of land within KLIA's vast 10 km X 10 km landbank, the Cainiao Aeropolis eWTP Hub boasts 1.1 million sq ft of warehouse space that houses a host of facilities for cargo terminal operation (CTO), warehousing, sorting, and a dedicated customs clearance that is backed by a first-of-its-kind innovative digital customs clearance system, capable of reducing clearance time from 24-48 hours to 1.5 hours.

This has been made possible by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department through the establishment of satellite operations and an administrative office away from their main base in KLIA, allowing for more rapid cargo clearance while ensuring onsite supervision.

Additionally, the facility enables 24-hour and 72-hour deliveries within Malaysia and the rest of the world, respectively, as part of its efforts to support the country's economic recovery and increase trade flows in the broader region.
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Jade Marvel inks MoU with Chinese company to explore opportunities in mineral processing and solutions
Tan Siew Mung January 14, 2022 18:33 pm +08
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 14): Jade Marvel Group Bhd is planning to collaborate with Chinese company Shangdong Xinhai Mining Technology & Equipment Inc (Shangdong Xinhai) to explore business opportunities in mineral processing and solutions in Malaysia.

In a bourse filing, Jade Marvel said its wholly-owned Jadem Trading Sdn Bhd has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Shangdong Xinhai to discuss the terms of their potential collaboration.

Shangdong Xinhai, founded in 1997, is a turnkey solutions provider for mineral processing plants and have successfully undertaken numerous mine projects and mineral processing projects involving engineering, procurement, construction, management and operations, with overseas offices in Asia, South America and Africa, said Jade Marvel.
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Xin Hwa to set up RM100 mil e-fulfilment centre in Shah Alam
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Malaysia's You Group to build RM100mil shooting facility in Selangor
By Sharen Kaur - April 4, 2022 @ 9:11am



The co-founders of You Shooting Academy signed a joint venture agreement with Poly Technologies representatives Hu Hao and Jiang Ying last Thursday at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) and National Security Asia (NATSEC) 2022 exhibitions at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre.

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KUALA LUMPUR: YOU Group, via subsidiary You Arms Sdn Bhd, will collaborate with China's Poly Technologies Inc to build a premium shooting facility in Semenyih, Selangor, with a gross development value of almost RM420 million.

The 28-acre facility will consist of a 250-metre outdoor shooting range, a 150-metre indoor shooting range and an indoor circular screen shooting range.

It will also include a three-story building with training rooms, administrative offices, multi-purpose halls, as well as resort-style townhouses, and a clubhouse, to cater to training programmes and accommodate tourists.

The facility will be developed by You Arms, a licenced weapons and ammunition firm, through its affiliate company, You Shooting Academy Sdn Bhd.

The co-founders of You Shooting Academy signed a joint venture agreement with Poly Technologies representatives Hu Hao and Jiang Ying last Thursday at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) and National Security Asia (NATSEC) 2022 exhibitions at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre.

Poly Technologies is China's top 300 corporation and part of Beijing-based China Poly Group Corp, one of China's leading arms exporters, which through its subsidiary, Poly Real Estate Group Co Ltd, is also active in property development.

According to Jimmy Zou Te Feng, one of the four co-founders of You Shooting Academy, the facility was targeted to break ground in June.

Zou told the New Straits Times that the facility would be developed in three major phases over five years.

Phase 1 comprises the construction of the shooting range and clubhouse, he said.

Zou said the state-of-the-art facility, which was expected to cost more than RM100 million, would serve as an ideal site for local and international shooting sports contests and events.

Poly Technologies is responsible for the facility's design and construction, as well as technical support and equipment.
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GDS Holdings kickstarts construction of hyperscale data centre campus in Johor
By NST Business - May 5, 2022 @ 11:12am
GDS Holdings' groundbreaking ceremony held in Nusajaya, Johor, on 24 April 2022 kickstarts Phase 1 of the company's hyperscale data centre campus, which is expected to be completed by 2024.



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DNeX inks MoU with Foxconn unit to build and operate wafer fabrication plant in Malaysia
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 17): Dagang NeXchange Bhd (DNeX) has teamed up with a unit of Taiwanese giant Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd (better known as Foxconn) to build and operate a wafer fabrication plant in Malaysia.

In a filing, DNeX said it has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Foxconn's wholly-owned subsidiary, Big Innovation Holdings Ltd (BIH), to set up a joint venture company for that purpose.

The proposal is to build and operate a 12-inch wafer fabrication plant here, capable of producing up to 40,000 wafers per month in 28-nanometer and 40-nanometer technology.

"The entry into the MoU forms a basis of commitment between the company and BIH to undertake the agreed role and responsibilities in creating a mutual understanding of the strategy and business needs between the parties," DNeX said.

This will enable broader understanding for the benefits and opportunities of working with each other and create opportunities for future partnerships for the parties in relation to the proposed project, it added.
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Malaysia's R&D firm, Graphene Synergy rolls out super battery
By NST Business - June 15, 2022 @ 4:40pm



Graphene Synergy Sdn Bhd co-founder Mok Chiun Chek together with lead scientist and chief technology officer Dr Looi Ming Hoong posing at the company’s laboratory in Technology Park Malaysia.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Graphene Synergy Sdn Bhd (GSSB) has successfully developed its first graphene-enhanced super battery energy solutions and has attracted the interests of China's leading battery manufacturer, Dongying Cospower Technology Co Ltd.

GSSB is a research & development (R&D) company with new-age materials such as graphene and carbon nanotubes as the core.

Despite having a strong and established research team working on original research and development technology and leading in the fields of nanomaterials, the company lacks expertise in commercialising its technology.

The interest from China's leading battery manufacturer signals the potential of its super battery energy solutions by leveraging graphene material.

GSSB co-founder Mok Chiun Chek said the success of the company's research in graphene-enhanced super battery energy solutions would help enhance the push towards renewable energy.

"Our focus is on the practical solutions that we can introduce with this new technology, and from our research, we found that the applications in ports will bring value to our customers," Mok said in a statement today.

Mok is an entrepreneur and business leader with a strong track record over the last two decades.

He ventured into business in 2008 and was appointed as the managing director of Everest Group of Companies, one of Malaysia's renowned groups with diverse expertise in several business areas.

Mok further said that the technology's commercial success would help accelerate the research work and enhance the usage of graphene in the battery.

GSSB lead scientist and chief technology officer Dr Looi Ming Hoong said the solutions could potentially disrupt the battery industry.

"As the person responsible for conceptualising graphene-enhanced battery and its deployment in various sectors, I look forward to the deployment of the solution in port applications," Dr Looi said.

Graphene-enhanced super battery energy offers an ideal solution to address the electrification of port equipment such as gantry cranes, rubber gantry cranes, automated guided vehicles, prime overs and others.

According to Dr Looi, the battery solution can convert the kinetic movement of these types of equipment and capture the energy recovered, which would otherwise be wasted, much more efficiently.

This will realise the potential for energy savings.

A case study on the pilot application of RTGC at Hong Kong Terminals Ltd, which has been conducted in collaboration since 2012, shows fuel savings of more than 60 per cent using graphene-enhanced super battery energy solutions.

With the interests of China's pioneer and leading battery manufacturer, this could help to accelerate the commercialisation of GSSB's works on the battery.

The commercialisation phase is also in line with the National Graphene Action Plan 2020 and will drive sustainable recurring income for the company.
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Wiwynn invests RM300 mil to build PCBA manufacturing facility in Johor
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JOHOR BAHRU (June 27): Taiwan-based Wiwynn Corp will set up a printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) plant for cloud data centres with an investment value of RM300 million in Johor.

State Investment, Trade and Consumer Affairs Committee chairman Lee Ting Han said the plant is expected to create about 1,100 jobs.

“Johor is increasingly becoming a hotspot for data centre investment, and the reason is that the state is able to meet the needs of world-class high-tech companies, apart from adequate utilities and land.

“Wiwynn’s investment and their presence in Johor will bring international exposure and attract more similar or related investments to the state,” he said in a statement on Monday (June 27).

Earlier, Lee attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the facility at Senai Airport City in Kulai.

He said the location of the facility in Kulai, which serves as Wiwynn’s regional hub in the Asia Pacific region, would place Johor on the global map as an infrastructure manufacturing base related to data centres.

Wiwynn will use the Green Building Index technology to enable smart manufacturing and sustainable operations in the state and Lee believes that this would set a new benchmark in the industry.

He also said Wiwynn plans to work with institutions of higher learning such as Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), including providing training opportunities for graduates to realise their potential in the state.

Lee said the state government would like to thank Invest Johor, the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA), Kulai Municipal Council, Senai Airport City and others for their hard work to make the investment a success.

“In total, the value of Wiwynn’s investment in Johor is RM500 million, creating 1,600 job opportunities for the people of Johor,” he said.

On Dec 20, 2021, it was reported that Wiwynn would develop 4,806 hectares of land in Senai that houses an integrated server rack factory with an investment of RM200 million, and create about 500 jobs.
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South Korea's SPC Group to invest RM130mil in halal bakery hub in Johor
By Sharen Kaur - June 21, 2022 @ 8:18am



The construction of the SPC centre, located at Nusajaya Tech Park, will begin in the third quarter of this year, and the facility is slated to be operational in June 2023.

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KUALA LUMPUR: South Korean food and beverage giant SPC Group is investing RM130 million in a halal-certified bakery manufacturing and distribution centre in Johor to get into the US$2 trillion halal food market.

"We plan to establish a global halal factory in Malaysia and enter the global halal food market worth US$2 trillion," said its chief executive officer (CEO) Huh Jin-soo.

The construction of the SPC centre, located at Nusajaya Tech Park, will begin in the third quarter of this year, and the facility is slated to be operational in June 2023.

The SPC centre will produce over 100 food items, such as bread, cake and dessert for the Paris Baguette shops in Southeast Asia, which include Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Malaysia.

According to Huh, the facility would also act as a production and distribution base for future halal markets, such as the Middle East.

SPC Group owns the French-inspired Paris Baguette bakery chain, founded in 1988.

It is South Korea's largest bakery chain, with over 3,400 locations.

Berjaya Food Bhd, which operates the Starbucks and Kenny Rogers' Roasters franchises in Malaysia, signed a 50:50 joint venture agreement yesterday with SPC Group-owned Paris Baguette Singapore Ltd to roll out the South Korean bakery in Malaysia starting this year.

Under the terms of the agreement, Berjaya Food will be the principal operator of the Paris Baguette stores locally.

The joint venture with Berjaya Food is part of SPC Group's plan to expand its presence in Southeast Asia.

Malaysia will mark Paris Baguette's eighth international destination, after the United States, China, France, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia and Singapore, where it already operates more than 440 outlets.

According to Berjaya Food CEO Datuk Sydney Quays, it planned to open at least five Paris Baguette outlets a year.

He said the bakery business would open in cities across the country, with the first Paris Baguette location opening in the Klang Valley before the end of this year.

"We're looking at some of Klang Valley's larger, more established malls. We are still in talks (with the relevant parties)," he said, without providing details on the first location.

Quays said that the addition of a French bakery brand to Berjaya Food's portfolio is a big step forward in the group's attempts to fulfill Malaysian consumers' expectations.
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