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Smith+Nephew Opens World-Class Manufacturing Facility in Malaysia to Support its Orthopaedics Business

Penang, 28 June 2022 – Smith+Nephew, the global medical technology company, today opened its new high technology manufacturing facility in Batu Kawan Industrial Park in Penang, Malaysia. The 250,000 square-foot facility, worth more than USD100 […]

Penang Internship Subsidy Programme (PISP) Award Presentation

Penang, Jun 24, 2022 – Penang’s approved manufacturing investments hit a record high of RM76.2 billion, surged 440% year-on-year. Penang’s 2021 record significantly outpaced the past performances, exceeded the cumulative investments garnered from 2012 to […]

[Press Release] LEM Announces Inauguration Ceremony for New Production Plant in Malaysia

Geneva, Switzerland, and Penang, Malaysia, 23 June 2022 – LEM (SIX: LEHN), a leading global company in electrical measurement for renewable energy, automation, power network and e-mobility applications, announces that an inauguration ceremony is being […]

[Press Release] SEMICON Southeast Asia 2022 Opens Tomorrow With Focus on Sustainability and Supply Chain Resilience

PENANG, Malaysia – 20 June 2022 – Spotlighting critical issues including sustainability and supply chain resilience, SEMICON Southeast Asia 2022, the region’s premier gathering of the semiconductor and microelectronics industry, opens tomorrow as experts convene […]

[Press Release] TF-AMD Expands its Presence in Malaysia with New Manufacturing Site

Penang June 14, 2022 — TF-AMD Microelectronics Sdn. Bhd. today announced plans to expand its manufacturing facility in Penang with the construction of a second site at Batu Kawan Industrial Park, Penang. With nearly RM2 […]