iPay88 Holding Sdn Bhd (formerly known as iPay88 Sdn Bhd) (iPay88), an NTT Data company as well as a Malaysia-based leading provider of online payment service solutions in Asean, has announced its partnership with @CAT Penang. The community-run programme is supported by the Penang State Government via its Invest Penang programme.
Honeywell International Inc says its plan to establish a new aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility at the group’s aircraft parts manufacturing plant in Penang is still in the preparation stage. Brian Davis, the VP for Asia Pacific said the MRO expansion in Penang is crucial to cater for the increasing aircraft fleet within the Southeast Asian region.
Penang Medical College (PMC) Sdn Bhd plans to provide the necessary human capital for the state to fully explore its potential as a global leader in medical tourism and innovative healthcare. To illustrate the growing importance of medical tourism, the Malaysian Health Travel Council, estimated that about 60% of medical tourists coming to Malaysia ended up in Penang.
As Penang develops and its economy keeps on growing, Nordic business solutions and brands can meet certain needs, use it for production and cater to consumer demand (such as in the example of H&M and Ikea). Penang now also supports to build up the local eco-system for start-ups, which ought to catch the Nordics’ attention.