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Guidelines on Entry and Quarantine SOPs

In regards to guidelines on entry, we have further sought clarifications from NADMA and Immigration Department. According to NADMA, their guidelines will apply only for Malaysian residents Permanent residents. Reciprocal Green Lane (Singapore Malaysia) They […]

DIGITAL GBS IS HIRING (PENANG EDITIION) MY PENANG MY WORKPLACE!

InvestPenang, in collaboration with MDEC will be organizing DIGITAL GBS IS HIRING (PENANG EDITIION) MY PENANG MY WORKPLACE! Join us on Thursday 27 Aug 2020 at 2.00 – 3.30pm to get the information on the […]

China Airlines Direct Flight to Penang

We are sharing the latest China Airlines flight schedules vis a vis international direct flights to Penang International airport. As more direct flights resumed , we will share those updates. For more info on guidelines […]

Inari to Team Up with MIT to Supply Semiconductor Process Tools

Aug 18 – Inari Amertron Bhd is teaming up with Singapore-incorporated MIT Semiconductor Pte Ltd (MSPL) to set up a joint-venture firm in Malaysia to supply customised semiconductor process tools. MIT, a subsidiary of China-based […]

3D Simulation for the Alternative Road Diversion at Lebuhraya Bandar Cassia

Click HERE for announcement on Closure of Bandar Cassia Highway from Eco Horizon to Paramount Utropolis Further to the above announcement, please find the 3D simulation for the alternative road diversion at Lebuhraya Bandar Cassia. […]

MIDA and Axiomtek Accelerates AI Adoption in Malaysia

The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) has partnered with Axiomtek to help local companies, particularly small and medium enterprises (SMEs), to embrace advance technologies such as AI and move up the value chain. The Axiomtek […]

Malaysia Pushes Tech Hub to Help Economy Ride Out Pandemic

Malaysia’s technology cluster in Penang is helping drive an economic recovery that could see the country bounce back faster than any of its peers in Southeast Asia. The northern state drew 6.8 billion ringgit ($1.6 […]