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BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
IN THE MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT,
SUPPORTING ENGINEERING AND

MEDICAL DEVICES SECTORS IN MALAYSIA



Table of Contents




Malaysia
and
Italy:
Key Economic Data


Malaysia’s Visibility


Malaysia’s Economic Development Journey


Malaysian Economy


Malaysia Investment Performance


Investment From Italy


Malaysian Machinery & Equipment Industry


Malaysian
Medical Devices Industry


Malaysia


Strategic Gateway To
Asia


International Competitiveness
Rankings


Why Malaysia?


MIDA’s Functions




Malaysia and
Italy:
Key Economic Data

Malaysia

Italy

Land

Area

320,252km²


301,340km
²

Capital

Kuala Lumpur

Rome

Population

29.5 million

61.5 million

GDP

US$278.67 billion

US$
1.83
trillion

GDP Per capita

US$10,466

US$
30,100

Source: World
Factbook

Malaysia’s Visibility

Multiracial, multicultural
and multilingual
M
alaysians living in
harmony

Ranked

68
th

in

FORTUNE

Global

500
®,

with

revenue

over

US
$
97

billion

39
% of
world’s
palm
oil
production
and 44% of
world’s
exports

Malaysia
is the
largest
supplier
of
examination and
surgical
gloves
-

50
%
of the global
demand

Diversity


P
etronas

Palm Oil

Gloves

Silicon Valley of
M
alaysia


High
-
tech

manufacturing

hub


Islamic Banking

Over 30 years of experience
and world leader in Islamic
banking with a strong legal and
regulatory Framework

The Malaysia’s Economic Development Journey


Source : Economic Reports/Bank Negara Annual Report, Malaysia 11/12

1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

2000

Import
Substitution

Export
-
Oriented &
Labour
-
Intensive

Resource
-
Based &
Heavy Industries

Economic Corridors
& Services

Technology
Intensive

Innovation, ETP &
High Income

2011

National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs)

NKEAs selected
which can
materially impact
economic growth

Greater KL

Agriculture

Palm oil

Comms Content

Infrastructure

Education

Electrical &

electronics

Oil, gas

& energy

Tourism

Wholesale

and retail

Financial

services

Business

services

Healthcare

Malaysian Economy

MALAYSIA’S KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS

Source: Central Bank of Malaysia/Department of Statistics Malaysia/MATRADE

* As at
29
th

March 2013

2010

2011

2012


Real GDP (%) Growth

7.2

5.1

5.6

Inflation (%)

1.7

3.2

1.2


GNI Per Capita (USD)

8,100

9,700

9,970

Unemployment (%)

3.3

3.1

3.3

International Reserves (USD
bil
)

106.5

138.3

139.7*

Retained Imports Equivalent (months)

8.5

9.6

9.7*

GDP BY INDUSTRIAL ORIGIN

Source : Economic Reports/Bank Negara Annual Report, Malaysia 11/12

Sector

GDP Contribution (%)

1970

1990

2000

2010

2011

2012

Agriculture

33.6

19.3

8.8

7.3

7.3

7.3

Mining

7.2

9.8

6.7

7.0

6.3

8.4

Construction

3.8

3.4

3.4

3.3

3.2

3.3

Manufacturing

12.8

26.5

32.6

27.6

27.5

24.9

Services

42.6

42.1

53.0

57.7

58.6

54.5

Malaysia Investment
Performance

Total Investment Approved 2012

USD 53.1 BILLION

182,841
JOBS

6,442
PROJECTS

Total Investment Approved By Sectors In 2012

USD 53.1 billion

Manufacturing

25.2%

Primary

2.4%

Services

72.4%

No.

Country

Investment

(USD billion)

1.

Japan

22.0

2.

USA

18.9

3.

Singapore

8.0

4.

Germany

6.2

5.

Taiwan

5.3

6.

Netherlands

4.6

7.

South Korea

4.0

8.

United Kingdom

1.8

9.

Hong

Kong

1.6

10.

India

1.1

Source:
MIDA

REALISED INVESTMENTS IN MANUFACTURING SECTOR

BY MAJOR COUNTRIES AS AT 31 DEC.2011

REALISED INVESTMENTS IN MANUFACTURING SECTOR

BY MAJOR COUNTRIES AS AT 31
DEC 2012

REALISED INVESTMENT IN THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR

BY
MAJOR SECTORS, AS AT 2012

E&E
30%
Petroleum
11%
Basic Metal
10%
Chemicals
8%
Non
-
Metallic
5%
Transport
6%
Food
4%
Natural Gas
4%
Fab. Metal
4%
M&E
3%
Others
15%
Total
Investment

US$ 156.1 bil

Total Foreign
Investment

US$ 86.9 bil

Total Projects

18,148

Source: Malaysian Investment Development Authority

Investments from
Italy

Source: Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA)

APPROVED
PROJECTS & INVESTMENT IN THE

MANUFACTURING
SECTOR WITH
ITALIAN
PARTICIPATION

Year

No.

Potential

Employment

Total Investment

(US$ million)

1980
-

2000

79

7,981

174.95

2005

2

114

10.92

2006

9

610

61.93

2007

4

310

15.76

2008

2

302

20.44

2009

2

17

13.21

2010

3

247

9.58

2011

4

64

27.32

2012

3

76

7.50

TOTAL

108

9,721

341.61

Source: Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA)

APPROVED PROJECTS & INVESTMENT IN THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR

WITH ITALIAN
PARTICIPATION BY INDUSTRY, 1980


2012

114.84
53.05
34.59
33.32
31.03
20.19
19.02
8.16
5.79
Investment (US$ Million)
Rubber Products
Machinery & Equipment
Chemical & Chemical
Products
Fabricated Metal products
Non-Metallic Mineral
Products
Electronics & Electrical
Wood & Wood Products
Plastic Products
Leather & Leather Products
APPROVED REGIONAL
ESTABLISHMENT

WITH USA PARTICIPATION, 2006
-

2011

Source: Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA)

APPROVED REGIONAL ESTABLISHMENT WITH
ITALIAN

PARTICIPATION
, 2006


2012

Type of Establishment

No. of Approvals

Regional Offices (RO)

6

Representatives Offices (RE)

2

Operational Headquarters (OHQ)

-

International Procurement Centre (IPC)

-

Regional Distribution Center (RDC)

1

TOTAL

9

MAJOR
ITALIAN
MANUFACTURING COMPANIES OPERATING

IN
MALAYSIA

MALAYSIA’S GLOBAL TRADE PERFORMANCE


2010

362.5
bil


2011

414.7
bil


2012

430.7
bil

Source: Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation, MATRADE

Total Trade from
2010


2012(USD
)


TRADE
PERFORMANCE

2012(USD)

Exports

230.9
bil

Imports

199.8
bil

Total Trade

430.7
bil

%Total Trade to
GDP

154.5%

MALAYSIA MAJOR TRADING PARTNERS,
2012

Country

Value

(US $ Billion)

Percentage

(%)

ASEAN

117.8

27.3

China

59.41

13.8

Japan

47.8

11.0

EU

42.0

9.8

USA

19.9

4.6

Source: Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation, MATRADE

Investment Policies & Incentives

Industries manufacturing

intermediate goods:


Resourced
-
based industries:



Alternative Energy Sources



Biotechnology



Advanced materials



Advanced electronics



Optics and photonics



Petrochemicals



Pharmaceuticals



Medical devices



ICT



Aerospace



Oil & Gas



Food & Agro based



Value
-
added products from


natural resources




Machinery & equipment



Components & parts



Moulds and dies



High technology, capital intensive &

knowledge driven industries:


PROMOTED ACTIVITIES IN THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR

PROMOTED ACTIVITIES IN THE SERVICES SECTOR


Regional Establishments



Operational Headquarters (OHQ)



International Procurement Centre (IPC)



Regional Distribution Centre (RDC
)



Logistics




Integrated Logistics Services



Cold Chain Facilities



Tourism


Hotel


Tourist project


Recreational camp


Convention centre



PROMOTED ACTIVITIES IN THE
SERVICES
SECTOR

Repatriation of Funds

Foreign Equity

Liberal Expatriate Post Approvals

INVESTMENT POLICIES


Pioneer Status

Income tax exemption ranging
from 70% to 100% for a period
of 5 to 10 years


Investment Tax Allowance

60% to 100% on qualifying
capital expenditure for 5 years

Reinvestment Allowance

60% on
qualifying capital
expenditure for 15
consecutive years


Import Duty & Sales Tax
Exemption

For raw materials/components
and Machinery and Equipment

Incentives

MAJOR INCENTIVES PROVIDED

MILESTONES

Machinery and Equipment Sector

Machinery & Equipment and Advanced Engineering

Industry Snapshot


Malaysia (2012)

Production

RM32.6 billion*

Exports

RM 25.2 billion
#

Imports

RM52.9 billion
#

Companies

M&E
(1073)
, ESI
(1004)

2,077

Employees

133,859

* Source from Frost and Sullivan at 2008 with consideration of 5% growth

#
Matrade


M&E

ESI

Sectors

Manufacturing,
Services,
Agriculture,
Mining,
Construction

1.
Specialised

/

Process

M&E

2.
Metal

Working

M&E

3.
General

M&E,

Modules

&

Components

4.
Power

Generating

1.
Mould

&

Die

2.
Forging

3.
Machining

4.
Surface

Engineering

5.
Stamping

6.
Heat

Treatment

7.
Casting

4 main categories

Activities/services

MALAYSIA’S ENERGY VISION

COMPANIES IN PRODUCTION M&E AS AT 2012

Specialised
/

process
M&E,
425

Metal Working
M&E, 27

Power
Generating, 51

General M&E,
528

M&E

MALAYSIA’S ENERGY VISION

MAJOR M&E MANUFACTURED IN MALAYSIA


1.
Assembly & test equipment for electronic industry

2.
Production equipment for oil and gas industry

3.
Natural rubber/latex/palm oil processing machinery and equipment

4.
Factory automation equipment

5.
Vibratory road rollers, C
-
frame for tractors, buckets & arms for excavators,
hydraulic cylinders, bushes & pins

6.
Filling/wrapping/strapping machine

7.
Concrete mixers & asphalt batching plants

8.
Cranes, lifts & escalators

9.
Refrigeration plants/cold room equipment

10.
Plant/packaged air
-
conditioners & cooling towers

11.
Pressure vessels & industrial boilers

12.
Blowers & fans

13.
Dehumidifiers & compressors

14.
Power/hydraulic presses & shearing & bending machines

15.
Welding machine


Oil & Gas Eco
-
System

Wellhead

FPSO

SpecialisedM&E

: Exotic Materials, Forging (1), Machining (10) & Surface Engineering (3)

Exploration

Appraisal

Production

Fabrication

MRO

Abandonm
ent

Stages/

Cycle

Jacket

Process

Module

Topside



UM, USM, UPM, UKM, UTM, UTP , GMI, NCMTT, ADTECH, INSTEP, Free zone
Supply Base


Surveying
(Land and Sea Seismic
Equipment)

X
-
mas

Tree,

Umbilical

Flexible pipes

Valves

M&E for Services

Pigging

Turbo M&E

MNCs with
presence in
Mlaysia


Drilling

Down
-
hole tools

ROV

Research,
Training &
Infra

Supporting
Services

Solar Alert

Clients

PSCs

(Production Sharing Contract)

E&E Industry Cluster (Semiconductor processes)

Wafer Processing

Wafer Fabrication


Cleanroom Class 1 to 100



TPM, Kulim High Tech,
Sirim
, PSDC, UTM, USM, UM


Total engineering solutions for high precision


Frencken

,
Kobay

, UMS Group


Automatic Test
Equipment (ATE
) ,
Back
-
end processing


Epitaxial
Deposition

Etching

Equipment

PVD, CVD

Laser
Lithography

Crystal
Growth

Slicing &
Polishng

Wafer
Testing
&
Dicing

Assembly
&
Packaging
(Back
-
end)

Process

Equipment

Companies

Supporting
Services/

Facilities

Research,
Training &
Infra

Furnace

Crystal Puller



Diamond Wire
Saw

Edge Grinding

Wafer Polisher


Back
-
end processes

Photolithography


Etching
&
Metallisation


Clients

Silterra

X
-
Fab Infineon On Semiconductor Fuji Electric MEMC Tech Intel Infineon Linear Tech.
Carsem
Unisem

ASE
Freescale

Semiconductor NXP Texas Instrument

Consumables

Implants &

Surgical Instruments

Healthcare

Equipment

Supporting Infrastructure

Sterilization

Certification

Packaging

Testing

Industry

Group

Education

Training

Regulatory

Products

Medical Gloves,
Contraceptives
,

Catheters,
woundcare
,

Opthalmology
, IVD, SUD

Pacemakers,
Orthopedics,

Surgical
instruments

Electronic Modules

Life Science
Instruments

Electrodes, Hospital beds

UKM

Bio

compatibility

Lab

UM, USM

UKM

Medical

Device

Act
2012

33

Clients

Source : AMMI

Medical Devices Eco
-
System

Machinery/

ESI

Companies

Engineering
Supporting
Industries

Hi Tech
M&E

Customized
M&E

Targeted

Sectors


Oil & Gas


Semiconductor
Processing


Food & Beverage


Agricultural


Plastic Processing



Robotics &
Automation


Metalworking
Machinery


Packaging
Machinery


Material Handling
Equipment



Forging


Casting


Machining


Surface Engineering


Heat Treatment


Stamping


Mould, tool & die


INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN M&E & ESI

SPECIAL INCENTIVES FOR M&E







Incentive

Quantum

Criteria
:
-


Targeted

Machinery

&

Equipment


Level

of

Investment


Level

of

Technology

and

R&D


Transfer

of

Technology


Spin

off/

Outsourcing





Pioneer Status


Up to 10 years full income tax exemption

Investment Tax Allowance


Up to 100% of qualifying
capex

incurred within 5 years for
income tax exemption

MILESTONES

MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRY IN
MALAYSIA

MALAYSIA’S ENERGY VISION

Medical Device Companies in Operation

Total: 190 companies in Malaysia

(
manufacturing, distribution, sales)



Source : AMMI

MALAYSIA’S ENERGY VISION

Major Foreign Medical Device Companies in Malaysia

MALAYSIA’S ENERGY VISION

Medical Device Industry Ecosystem

Consumables

Implants &

Surgical
Instruments

Healthcare

Equipment

Technology

Latex/

Plastic

Metal

Machining

Electronics

Furniture

Certification

Packaging

Testing

Industry

Group

Education

Training

Regulatory

Products

Companies

Medical Gloves,
Contraceptives
,

Catheters,
woundcare
,

Opthalmology
, IVD, SUD

Pacemakers,
Orthopedics,

Surgical
instruments

Electronic Modules

Life Science
Instruments

Electrodes, Hospital beds

Sterilization

Supporting Infrastructure

Machinery & Engineering

Supporting Industry

Electronic

Manufacturing


Services

Medical


Compounds

Clinical Research

Center

MALAYSIA’S ENERGY VISION

Business Opportunities:

Malaysia
as a Medical Device Hub in Asia

MEDICAL
DEVICES

Electromedical

equipment

Cardiovascular
devices

Orthopaedic

devices

In
-
vitro
diagnostic
products

Wound care
products

Contract
Manufacturing

Research/Design
& Development

Engineering Supporting Services

MALAYSIA


YOUR MANUFACTURING SOLUTION PROVIDER

MALAYSIAN ENGINEERING SUPPORTING CAPABILITIES

Sectors

Background

Capability

Opportunities

1. Mould & Die


Established since
1970s


About 400 industry
players


Precision specifications
by international
semiconductor industry
requirements


End
-
user industry :
Automotive, E&E


High precision mould
and dies for E&E
industry


Large moulds (>10MT)
for automotive

and
plastic industries

2. Metal
Casting


About 70 foundries


Mass production high
-
pressure and low
-
pressure die casting


End
-
user industry :
Automotive,
telecommunication


Large component casting


Custom
-
made
sandcasting

3. Machining


About 170 industry
players


Precision up to 1µ and
size up to 2
mtr


End
-
user industry :
Semiconductor, E&E,
aerospace, oil & gas



Multi axis/ ultra precision
free form machining


Laser machining


Ceramic grinding

MALAYSIA


YOUR MANUFACTURING SOLUTION PROVIDER

MALAYSIAN ENGINEERING SUPPORTING CAPABILITIES

Sectors

Background

Capability

Opportunities

4.
Metal Stamping


About 300 industry
players


Precision tolerances
less than 1
m,
pr敳獥猠
捡c慣a瑹 up 瑯 㘰〠瑯ns


End
-
user industry : E&E,
automotive

Established


5.
Surface
Engineering


40 industry players


80% are foreign
-
owned or joint
-
ventures



Electroplating,
Phosphating
, Anodizing


End
-
user industry :
semiconductor, E&E and
automotive

Services for the oil &
gas, aerospace,
biomedical,
optoelectronics and
photonics industries

6. Heat Treatment


20 industry players


Carburizing,
nitriding
,
vacuum handling,
quenching, annealing,
normalizing, tempering


End
-
user industry :
Automotive, shipyard,
cement,
aluminium

extrusion

Services for the
aerospace, military,
medical, oil and marine
industries

MALAYSIA


YOUR MANUFACTURING SOLUTION PROVIDER

MALAYSIAN ENGINEERING SUPPORTING CAPABILITIES

Sectors

Background

Capability

Opportunities

7. Forging


7 industry players


Mostly small parts (less
than 10MT)


Open, drop, press, roll
and cold forging


End
-
user industry :
Automotive, E&E

Large forgings for the
oil & gas industry

8.
Metal
Fabrication


Well established


Over 2,000 industry
players



Simple household items
to steel structure for
skyscrapers and
offshore oil drilling
platform

Electron beam/ laser
welding



Consistent quality of production
and on
-
time delivery


Lower cost for high technology
products


High volume, low mix demand for
the electrical & electronics,
telecommunications and
automotive industries


Low volume, high mix niche
products for the medical,
machinery & equipment, oil & gas
and aerospace industry


IP protection, laws and
regulations


Financial incentives and
operational support

Competitive Edge


Engineering supporting industry
(more than 1,000 cos.)


Metal fabrication (well established)


Semiconductor/ electronics
components


Silicon wafer, Wafer
fab
, IC
packaging and testing, IC design
house, PCB, PCBA, LED, Other
passive components (about 380
cos.)


Plastic components (480 cos.)


Rubber components (180 cos.)

Sourcing Capabilities


Design
centres


Technical facilities


Specialized
colleges


Research
institutions

Infrastructure

MALAYSIA


YOUR MANUFACTURING SOLUTION PROVIDER

MALAYSIA


YOUR MANUFACTURING SOLUTION PROVIDER

Why Malaysia ?



Political & Economic Stability



Pro
-
business Government



Liberal Investment Policies



Transparent Policies



Policy of Welcome



Sound Banking System



Well Developed Infrastructure



Harmonious Industrial Relations



Trainable & Educated Labour Force



Quality of Life



Excellent Track Record



WHY MALAYSIA?

MALAYSIA AND ASEAN

MALAYSIA & ASEAN

Malaysia is strategically located in
the very heart of Southeast Asia;
between India and China:






Foreign companies based in Malaysia can enjoy preferential market
access via Free Trade Agreements concluded by Malaysia:

Potential market of
600 million

Combined GDP of
USD2.3
trillion, as of
2012

Already zero tariffs
for 99% of products

ASEAN Economic
Community and
Single market by
2015

PREFERENTIAL MARKET ACCESS

ASEAN


Potential market of 2.7 billion


Tariff reduction and

elimination mostly by 2016

REGIONAL / BILATERAL FTAS

China

Chile

Korea

Japan

India

Australia

New Zealand


Strategic location: Malaysia is a gateway to other markets with
preferential access through Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)


Potential market of 1.08 billion

ON
-
GOING FTA NEGOTIATIONS

TPP

EU

Turkey

GATEWAY TO ASEAN AND ASIAN ECONOMIES

INTELECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION IN MALAYSIA

INTELECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION IN MALAYSIA

Malaysia:


Member of the World Intellectual Property
Organisation (WIPO)



Signatory to the Paris Convention and Berne
Convention



Signatory to the Agreement on Trade Related
Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
(TRIPS) signed under the auspices of the
World Trade Organization (WTO)



Intellectual property laws are in
conformance with international standards
and have been reviewed by the TRIPs Council
periodically



Removal of Malaysia from IP violations
‘watch list’
-

United States Trade
Representative (USTR) ‘Special 301 Report’
on IP Rights


Establishment of Intellectual
Property
Court in Malaysia:


to
remove Malaysia from
the IP international watch
list;


to
reduce backlog of
intellectual property (“IP”)
cases;


to
provide better remedies
to the owners of the IP
rights and to


eradicate IP infringement

INTELECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION IN MALAYSIA

INTELECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION IN MALAYSIA

Intellectual Property Protection in Malaysia Comprises of:

Industrial designs
-

Industrial Designs Act 1996 and
Industrial Designs Regulations 1999

Copyright
-

The Copyright Act 1987

Layout designs of integrated circuits
-

Layout Designs
of Integrated Circuits Act 2000

Geographical indications
-

Geographical Indications
Act 2000

Patents
-

Patents Act 1983 and the Patents Regulations
1986

Trademarks

-

Trade Marks Act 1976 and the Trade Marks
Regulations 1997

RECENT POSITIVE DEVELOPMENTS

Malaysia’s Ranking in the World

Malaysia
Remain an Attractive Investment Location

Malaysia ranked 12th most business
-
friendly country

Malaysia is ranked ahead of other highly regarded economies such
as Sweden (13th), Taiwan (16th), Germany (20th), Japan (24th) and
Switzerland (28th)

Malaysia is
first in terms of ease of getting credit

Malaysia is fourth in the world for protecting investors

Malaysia ranked among the top 10 economic reformers in the APEC
region

World Bank

Doing Business 2013 Report