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Old August 11th, 2009, 10:16 AM   #241
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Old August 12th, 2009, 08:10 AM   #242
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Shah Alam bus terminal plan still on
Story and photos by SALINA KHALID


VARIOUS efforts have been taken to improve the public transport system. Yet somehow, for most Shah Alam residents, their hope for having such a system is almost like wishful thinking.

“Everybody is aware of the benefits of taking public transportation. It helps (preserve) the environment, saves money and reduces traffic congestion. But the system is so unreliable here in Shah Alam,” said Mohd Amin Ismail.

He claimed that the lack of reliable buses and taxis in the capital city of Selangor had forced him to drive a car.


High-tech features: An artist’s impression of the new bus terminal to be built in U1 Shah Alam.

The 35-year-old said he wasted a lot of time travelling between his house in Klang and his workplace in Shah Alam when he was commuting by bus even though his house is only a few kilometres away from Shah Alam.

“My wife had to use the car as she has to travel to Putrajaya, so I thought I could use the public transport.

“It was so frustrating and in less than a month I started looking for my own car,” said the father of two.

He added that it did not help that most of the taxi drivers in Shah Alam did not use meters and would quote a fixed rate instead.

With the escalating price of fuel and toll rates, most residents agreed that they would use the public transport only if it was convenient. To most, using their own transportation seems to be the only choice.


Earmarked: The site where the new bus terminal will be located.

“There has been a lot of talk before this about improving the system.

“There was even a plan to build an integrated bus terminal for the residents in Shah Alam. But I do not know what happened to it,” said Azhar Abdul Rahman, a Section 16 resident.

Currently, Shah Alam residents can use the inter-city and express bus services (mostly for East Coast-bound passengers) at Section 17.

The City Centre station which is located behind the Maybank building, opposite the Wisma MBSA, caters for the city buses.

At the same time passengers can also wait for the buses in front of Kompleks PKNS.


Soon to go: The temporary bus terminal in Section 17 will cease operations once the new bus terminal in U1 is completed.

For now, residents can heave a sigh of relief as plans to build a new bus terminal complex to replace the existing Section 17 terminal is still on.

When asked, Shah Alam mayor Mazalan Md Noor said, “We are going ahead with the plan to build the terminal.

Mazalan said the plan for the terminal, located at U1, near the old Batu Tiga Police Station, had been submitted to the state government and was still waiting for the final decision.

Once the approval is received then the project could resume, he said, adding that the project would be completed in two years.

The bus terminal complex will be constructed in stages. The first phase is estimated to cost about RM20mil. Under the first phase, 45 bays (for the buses) would be provided for bus companies to operate in the complex.

The three-storey complex would also be equipped with ticketing counters, retail and food outlets on the first floor. Car park and drop off points are located on the second floor.

The second phase will include pedestrian crossing from the terminal to the Komuter Station situated across the Federal Highway.

The site was picked since it is located near the Stadium Shah Alam and the indoor stadium.

The location is also easily accessible from the Federal Highway and the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE).

With the opening of the terminal, the express buses do not have to enter the city centre, thus traffic congestion will be averted.
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Old August 12th, 2009, 09:03 AM   #243
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Mercu tanda baru Shah Alam


Pusat Konvensyen SACC atau SACC Convec kini menjadi satu mercu tanda baru di Shah Alam.

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SHAH ALAM 11 Ogos - Satu lagi mercu tanda bandar raya Shah Alam iaitu Pusat Konvensyen SACC mula dibuka kepada orang ramai.

Pusat konvensyen yang pertama dibina di Selangor itu berkeluasan 19,417 meter persegi atau 209,000 kaki persegi dan boleh memuatkan sehingga 30,000 orang.

Mula dibina oleh Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS) pada tahun 2008, pusat konvensyen berharga RM48 juta itu siap sebulan lebih awal daripada tarikh yang dijadualkan.

Pengurus Besar PKNS, Othman Omar berkata, ruang utama pusat konvensyen itu sahaja berkeluasan 2,192.5 meter persegi (23,600 kaki persegi) dan boleh memuatkan lebih 2,000 tempat duduk.

Beliau berkata, ia juga mempunyai empat bilik seminar di tingkat satu dan empat lagi di tingkat dua dengan saiz antara 69 hingga 133 meter persegi.

"Banyak kemudahan yang ditawarkan seperti Internet tanpa wayar atau WiFi yang pantas secara percuma, kawasan rehat di luar bangunan, kafe serta restoran.

"Selain itu, kawasan ini juga dilengkapi klinik yang beroperasi 24 jam," kata beliau pada majlis prapelancaran Pusat Konvensyen SACC di sini semalam.

Menurut beliau, lokasi pusat konvensyen itu juga sangat strategik kerana terletak di tengah-tengah pusat bandar Shah Alam serta berhampiran dengan pintu masuk pusat beli-belah SACC dan laluan keluar masuk yang mudah.

Jalan keluar masuknya sangat mudah untuk ke Lebuh Raya Persekutuan, Lebuh raya Baru Lembah Klang (NKVE) dan Lebuh Raya Damansara Puchong (LDP).

Jelas Othman, reka bentuk pusat konvensyen itu juga sangat menarik apabila mengetengahkan konsep kontemporari terbuka dan mengambil bunga orkid sebagai logo.

Ujarnya lagi, untuk permulaan, mereka akan mengadakan bufet berbuka puasa yang boleh memuatkan 2,000 tetamu setiap hari pada Ramadan ini.

"Pusat konvensyen ini juga akan digunakan oleh kerajaan negeri untuk mengadakan Rumah Terbuka Selangor pada hari pertama Hari Raya Aidilfitri nanti dan kira-kira seramai 30,000 rakyat dijangka hadir," katanya.

Untuk maklumat lanjut boleh melayari www.saccconventioncentre.com.
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Jubli Perak roundabout in Shah Alam to reopen
Saturday August 22, 2009
Story and photos by SALINA KHALID

THE Bulatan Jubli Perak in Section 24, Shah Alam, is expected to be reopened after being closed for a week.

“We are sorry for the inconvenience caused to motorists during the closure,” said Shah Alam mayor Mazalan Md Noor.

“But now they are finishing the work and the roundabout will be open by Saturday,” he said.

Mazalan said this when asked about the closure of the roundabout which had caused traffic jams in the past week.

Many residents staying in the area had complained that they had been stranded in massive jams for hours.

The roundabout, which is located along Persiaran Jubli Perak in Section 24, connects those from Section 19, 25, 23 to 24, 18 and to the north towards the city centre.

Motorists from the area also use the roundabout to get to the Federal Highway.

Last week, the roundabout was closed to motorists to make way for the upgrading work as part of the Lebuhraya Kemuning Shah Alam (LKSA), which is now under construction.

Residents had claimed that they were not given notices on the closure, leaving many trapped in a massive traffic jam.

“There was no notice or signboard informing us about the closure and we were just got caught in the massive jam last week.

“My wife was stranded near the roundabout for more than one hour and was late for work.

“The situation was so bad that many people were angry, ” said T.K. Lim, a Sri Muda (Sect 25) resident.

He said it usually only took his wife about 20 minutes to get to her workplace in Section 16 which is located about 5km away from their home in Section 25.

Mohd Amin Ismail from Section 23, could not send his children to school in Section 17 because of the traffic condition.

“My children were crying because they were late and then refused to go to school,” he said.

Mohd Amin said motorists had to make a U-turn under the flyover near Pasar Muhibbah before heading back towards Section 24 and 18 (then proceeding to Section 17 or 16).

He said the situation was worse during the first few days but improved later as most people tried to avoid the area and looked for alternative routes.

The 14.7km expressway connects the Kemuning Interchange near the Shah Alam Expressway (Kesas) to Bulatan Darul Ehsan (near the state mosque) and the State Secretariat building.

It provides a faster route for motorists from Kesas to get to the city centre, bypassing the Federal Highway.

Now, motorists from Kesas or Puchong (via the Shah Alam- Puchong Highway) can only access the city centre via the Persiaran Tengku Ampuan (towards Matsushita stadium).

Congestion along the Persiaran Tengku Ampuan, which is the city’s main road, was one of the main reasons for the construction of the new highway.

The construction started at the end of 2007 and is expected to be completed at the end of this year.

“I have asked Prolintas (the LKSA concessionaire) to take the necessary action in solving the traffic situation in the area,” said Mazalan.
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Old August 24th, 2009, 08:28 AM   #245
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HPA City RM100 Juta Di Shah Alam
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HPA Industries Sdn Bhd (HPA), syarikat jualan langsung (MLM) Bumiputera yang terkenal dengan produk kopi Radix, merancang menjadikan Shah Alam sebagai bandar HPA City dalam tempoh tiga tahun akan datang.

Pengurus Besar Al Wahida Marketing Sdn Bhd (milik HPA), Mohd Faisol Abd Rahman, berkata pembangunan yang membabitkan nilai pembangunan kasar RM100 juta untuk fasa pertama itu akan bermula menjelang akhir tahun ini secara berperingkat mengikut fasa.

Beliau berkata, ketika ini, HPA City berpusat di Kedah mempunyai pelbagai rangkaian perniagaan merangkumi pelbagai bidang antaranya Radix Fried Chicken (RFC), Hotel El Zehra Inn, HPA Ilham Holiday, Radix Bakery House, Thoharah Dobi dan Jawi Herb Shop.

Katanya, Shah Alam akan menjadi HPA City kedua selepas Kedah dan langkah itu bertujuan mengembangkan lagi perniagaannya, sekali gus sebagai batu lonjatan ke persada antarabangsa.

Ketika ini HPA menembusi pasaran Indonesia dan bakal menerokai Timur Tengah dalam masa terdekat serta menjadikan Asia Tenggara sebagai sasaran utama.

“Langkah menjadikan Shah Alam sebagai HPA City secara langsung dapat mengukuhkan lagi perniagaan kami di kawasan Lembah Klang yang akan memudahkan pelanggan mengakses serta mengenali produk kami,” katanya kepada Bisnes Metro pada majlis pelancaran Kad VIP HPA dan perasmian kios HPA pertama di hotel iaitu di Hotel De Palma, Ampang, Selangor, semalam.

Kad VIP HPA adalah kad istimewa untuk ahli HPA seluruh negara yang dicatatkan mempunyai lebih 550,000 ahli termasuk pengedar.

Mengulas lanjut, Mohd Faisol berkata, pihaknya mensasarkan untuk memperoleh jualan mencecah RM25 juta pada 2010 dengan disokong rancangan syarikat untuk membuka kiosk seumpama ini di pelbagai lokasi seperti di hotel, masjid, pusat beli-belah dan bangunan kerajaan serta korporat seluruh negara
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RM100,000 spent to upgrade terminal
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COMMUTERS using the bus services at the intercity terminal in Section 17, Shah Alam now have a proper place to wait for the buses.

Shah Alam mayor Mazalan Md Noor said the city council had spent about RM100,000 to upgrade the bus terminal recently.

“We upgraded the internal road system at the terminal which included interlocking tiles at the bays for the buses.

“Three new bus shelters have also been constructed at the terminal for the convenience of the passengers.


Meant to be a temporary measure: The bus terminal in Section 17.

“They don’t have to wait under the hot sun anymore as the shelters have ample room for them to sit while waiting for the bus,” he said.

The bus terminal provides express bus services to passengers heading to the east coast and northern parts of the country.

Its location near the Federal Highway is convenient for passengers in the city, especially students from the UiTM main campus in Shah Alam as they can take the bus here instead of going all the way to Puduraya or the Klang Bus terminal to do so.

However, when it was built several years ago, it was meant to be a temporary stop for the express buses.

There was however, a rising number of passengers using the service, especially during the festive season and during school holidays.

“The bus terminal in Section 17 was not built properly and is not big enough to cater to the high volume of passengers.

“So it is timely to upgrade the place while waiting for a proper bus terminal in Section U1 to materialise.

“Once the integrated bus terminal in Section U1 is open, then the Sect 17 terminal will serve as a station for local stage buses serving the city area,” said Mazalan.

Work on the integrated bus terminal in Section U1 is expected to begin at the end of the year and would take about two years.

The first phase is estimated to cost about RM20mil.

Under the first phase, costing RM20mil, 45 bays (for the buses) would be provided for bus companies to operate in the complex.

The three-storey complex would also have ticketing counters, retail and food outlets on the first floor.

The car park and drop off points will be located on the second floor.

The second phase will include a pedestrian crossing from the terminal to the Commuter Station situated across the Federal Highway.

The site was chosen as it is located near Stadium Shah Alam and the indoor stadium.

The site is also easily accessible from the Federal Highway and the NKVE.

With the opening of the terminal, the express buses do not have to enter the city centre, thus easing traffic congestion.
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SACC Convec tawar tapak ekspo serba lengkap
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SHAH ALAM: Shah Alam yang sinonim dengan gelaran Bandar raya Melayu menerima satu lagi mercu tanda dengan siapnya Shah Alam City Center Convention Center atau SACC Convec yang menjadi satu-satunya pusat konvensyen di sini.

SACC Convec yang dibina sejak dua tahun lalu dan siap sepenuhnya Julai lalu beroperasi di tengah pusat bandar raya dan bersebelahan Kompleks Perbadanan Negeri Selangor (PKNS) serta pusat beli-belah terbaru, SACC Mall.

Pusat konvensyen serba moden itu terletak di lokasi strategik di samping dibina dengan reka bentuk tersendiri terutama dua kubah biru yang menghadap Masjid Negeri.

Pemangku Pengurus Besar SACC Convec, Nasrudin Abu Bakar, berkata pembangunan SACC Convec itu bakal melengkapkan pembangunan pusat bandar raya Shah Alam yang merangkumi pusat beli-belah, pusat konvensyen dan pusat perniagaan lain yang akan dibina.

"Di sinilah terletaknya pusat bandar raya Shah Alam sama seperti di Kuala Lumpur, yang mana KLCC menjadi mercu tanda dan pusat bandar raya," katanya.

SACC Convec yang dimiliki sepenuhnya PKNS tetapi diuruskan syarikat swasta dilantik, Siera Management Sdn Bhd menyediakan dewan utama seluas lebih 2,000 meter persegi yang mampu memuatkan kira-kira 2,000 pengunjung.

Selain itu, SACC Convec menyediakan Dewan Plenary di tingkat satu seluas lebih 400 meter persegi yang mampu menampung kapasiti 300 tetamu, lapan bilik mesyuarat dan bilik seminar di tingkat satu dan dua untuk kegunaan majlis rasmi atau persendirian dengan ruang bilik dan saiz berbeza mengikut kehendak pelanggan.

"SACC Convec juga menyediakan produk sokongan seperti surau, ruang perniagaan, bilik persalinan, kafe dan jaringan internet tanpa wayar untuk kemudahan pelanggan," katanya.

Nasrudin berkata, sasaran pelanggan terdiri daripada pihak industri yang merancang mengadakan seminar atau ekspo, selain syarikat milik kerajaan negeri, jabatan dan agensi kerajaan bagi mengurangkan perbelanjaan kerajaan negeri.

Beliau berkata, walaupun baru dua bulan dibuka dan hanya akan dirasmi Januari tahun depan, SACC Convec sudah menerima tempahan untuk mengadakan ekspo buku, ekspo produk halal, perkahwinan dan pameran pelancongan.

Sebagai langkah permulaan untuk menguji pasaran, SACC Convec menganjurkan bufet Ramadan berkonsepkan ala kampung dengan menyediakan 120 hidangan menarik.

Orang ramai yang berminat untuk mendapatkan maklumat lanjut boleh melayari laman web SACC Convec beralamat www.sacconventionvcenter.com.
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Ikea sells Shah Alam warehouse for RM90m
By Vasantha Ganesan Published: 2009/09/10



The 560,000-sq-ft warehouse was sold to a Malaysian property fund as part of the Swedish company's plan to relocate its distribution network to China.

Swedish home furnishing giant Ikea has sold its warehouse in Shah Alam, Selangor, to a Malaysian property fund for about RM90 million.

The 560,000-sq-ft warehouse, which is located on a piece of land measuring 8.51ha, was sold as part of the furnishing company's plan to relocate its distribution network to China.

China is now the hub for Asia Pacific. Ikea moved out of Shah Alam about two months ago.

The sale of the warehouse, owned by Ikea Handel Sdn Bhd, in Section 26 Shah Alam, was handled by Jones Lang Wootton (JLW).

Sources told Business Times that the buyer is Pelaburan Hartanah Bumiputera Bhd (PHBB). JLW, however, declined to confirm this.

Ikea started operations at the premises in 1997. About five years ago, when business picked up it added an extension to the original building.

On advice from JLW, its exclusive marketing agent, the building was leased and only then sold, as this would make the property attractive to buyers. Executive director Rohan Padmanathan and vice-president Danial Gan of JLW were instrumental in sealing this deal.

The property was leased to IDS Logistics Servicer (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd for seven years with options to renew.

IDS Logistics is a member of the Integrated Distribution Services Group Ltd. The IDS group is in turn a member of the Li & Fung Group.

While Ikea's warehouse may have moved to China, Ikea's retail arm is expected to continue its investments in Malaysia.

In an interview with Business Times in April this year, Ikea Malaysia said it was scouting for suitable land in the densely populated Cheras and Ampang in Kuala Lumpur for a new store.

Ikea is keen to to have a 6ha site next to a highway, to provide both ample car park space and easy access. This is to have room for future expansion.

Industry experts estimate that a piece of land that size in that area, could cost Ikea as much as RM100 million.

Ikea has also confirmed the opening in Desa Tebrau Johor where it bought a piece of land for RM64 million.

The retailer first opened at the 1Utama shopping mall, but moved to its own site in Mutiara Damansara in 2003. It was reported that it had invested RM180 million in the store and land.

An additional RM120 million was pumped into the adjoining building of 45,000 sq ft where the Ikano Power Centre is set up.

Ikea is also keen on a store in Penang, after Johor and a second one in the Klang Valley.
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Improve pasar tani concept, says Muhyiddin
Monday September 14, 2009

SHAH ALAM: The pasar tani concept can be expanded and turned into permanent farmers’ markets like in the West, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday.

He said the pasar tani had become widely popular because the prices offered are reasonable and are mostly priced even below the Government’s controlled prices.

As such, Muhyiddin said more space might be needed for such markets, in urging the local authorities to work with the Agriculture and Agro-based Industry ministry to plan and create new locations for such markets in the future, he added.

“It is difficult for local authorities to find temporary space for a pasar tani because of the logistics and traffic problems that may occur.

“But we hope that permission will be given for more such markets due to the increase in population in the country,” Muhyiddin told reporters after visiting the Pasar Tani Shah Alam with Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry Minister Datuk Noh Omar yesterday.
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Mah Sing acquiring land in Shah Alam from Flextronics
Published: 2009/09/17

PROPERTY developer Mah Sing Group Bhd (8583) has signed a purchase and sale agreement to buy 5.22ha in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam, from Flextronics Technology (Shah Alam) Sdn Bhd for RM21.25 million cash.

The purchase, via its wholly-owned subsidiary Multi Synergy Sdn Bhd, was sealed yesterday.

The group plans to develop the land into an industrial development named "iParc", with an estimated gross development value of RM100 million.

"Our market study indicates that there is a pent-up demand for the products we plan to offer. While there are other factories nearby, this type of concept and design namely semi-detached factories should be well sought after as nearby terraced factories are almost fully occupied," said its group managing director cum group chief executive Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum in a statement yesterday.
"The land also fits the group's business strategy of having a quick turnaround as the land use is already categorised as industry and only entails submission of layout and building plan approval," he added.

iParc is envisioned to be a low-density industrial park, featuring high technology industries well as logistics warehousing and service facilities.

"The main target market would be local companies looking to integrate their corporate headquarters with operations and warehousing facilities as well as multinational corporations from various industries," said Leong.

Based on preliminary plans, iParc will offer three-storey semi-detached factories ranging from 5,400 sq ft to 7,300 sq ft in built ups and priced from RM2.4 million.

Including iParc, Mah Sing has 18 projects with remaining gross development value and unbilled sales of RM4.5 billion in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Baru.

With a healthy balance sheet and a potential war chest of RM800 million to RM900 million, the group said it plans to continue its acquisition trail for large landbank for a potential mass housing project in Malaysia, as well as explore overseas opportunities in countries like China and Vietnam.
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