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Old May 2nd, 2019, 01:00 PM   #661
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MALAYSIAN HOSPITALS 2019
KL & GREATER KUALA LUMPUR:
  • Cyberjaya Hospital, Cyberjaya
  • Putrajaya Endocrine Hospital, Putrajaya
  • KPJ Damanasara 2, Petaling Jaya
  • KPJ Ampang Puteri, Ampang
  • Hospital Pakar An-Nur Hasanah, Bangi
  • University Technology MARA (UiTM) Teaching Hospital, Shah Alam
  • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Specialist Children's Hospital, Cheras







MALAYSIA:
  • Kuala Krai Hospital, Kelantan
  • Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (Unisza) Hospital, Terengganu
  • Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Hospital, Perak
  • KPJ Melaka Specialist Hospital, Melaka
  • KPJ Kuching Specialist Hospital, Sarawak
  • Universiti Malaysia Sabah’s Teaching Hospital (HUMS), Sabah


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Malaysian Bus Terminals Compilation
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Kuantan, Pahang


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KKIP Training Centre a boost for Sabah’s aerospace industry
30th April, 2019 By MOHD IZHAM HASHIM

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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is set to be an important player in the aerospace industry with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the installment of an RM35 million KKIP Aerospace Training Centre, yesterday.

With tourist arrivals at Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) at all-time-high, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Madius Tangau underlined the need for more skilled manpower to cater for the needs of the aerospace industry which is growing exponentially throughout ASEAN.

“The new KKIP Aerospace Training Centre will become the first and only institution to offer dual certifications, both by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM), this will enable Sabahans to obtain internationally-recognised aerospace training programme,” he said.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Madius expressed hope the collaboration between Mega Aerospace Centre Sdn Bhd and their German partner, Aero-Bildung GmbH will build Sabah’s potential in becoming an aerospace hub for the industry.

He noted the booming tourist industry could pave the way for more flights to Sabah, hence the requirement for more aerospace service providers to cater to the needs of airlines for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities and capabilities as well as human capital skills.

“Through the new initiatives taking flight in the aerospace industry such as the KKIP Aerospace hub, we are looking forward to attract investment in components MRO, component manufacturing and light aircraft assembly, which could the objective of increasing manufacturing activities in the industrial park,” said Madius.

The establishment of the training centre will not only benefit local students in landing jobs in the aerospace industry but also position Sabah to become a learning centre and attract international students, according to Chairman of Aerospace Centre Sdn Bhd, Prof Dato Dr Mohammad Dali B. Isa.

“This training facility serves as an important stepping stone for Sabah to become a player in the aerospace industry, upon its completion, the centre is expected to cater up to 250 students annually,” said Madius.

In terms of course structure, Dr Mohammad said the EASA Category A will be offered, providing students with a comprehensive 1-year programme which includes industrial training. Upon course completion, he said graduates will obtain the ‘EASA Part 66 Licensed Aircraft Engineer’ professional certificate which is internationally recognised.

“After getting their certificate, students can upgrade to ‘Category B’ of the course,” said Mohammad, adding plans to expand course plan to include Category B is still being discussed.

Meanwhile the occasion also witnessed another signing of Purchase Agreement of Cavalon iS Aircraft between KKIP Aerospace and AutoGyro GmBH for one unit worth RM650,000.

The KKIP Aerospace Training Centre will be built at the 5 acre site in the KKIP Industrial Park in Tuaran and is expected to be completed and ready for operation by May 2020.

Among those present during the programme include Datuk Seri Panglima Hashim Paijan, chairman of KKIP Aerospace Sdn Bhd.
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UUM morphs into cashless campus with kiplePay
May 05, 2019 18:20 pm +08

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KUALA LUMPUR (May 5): Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) has inked a strategic collaboration with kiplePay Sdn Bhd (kiplePay), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Green Packet Bhd, to enable cashless transactions to be conducted under a unified system in its campus in Sintok.

Available campus-wide, such cashless transactions include purchases at in-campus retail stores, zakat fund disbursements, facility bookings, and payments of university fees.

The memorandum of agreement was signed between UUM vice chancellor Prof Dr Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani, and kiplePay chief executive officer Tan Kay Yen, witnessed by Kedah state executive councillor Mohd Asmirul Anuar Aris and National Higher Education Fund Corp, Wan Saiful Wan Jan.

“[The] UUM Cashless Community is the first step that we are embarking on to achieve the Smart Campus status. For a start, the university has taken the initiative to distribute zakat aid to UUM students through kiplePay.

A total of RM340,000 of zakat fund distribution has been made starting from December 2018, making UUM the first public university in Malaysia to distribute zakat aid to students through [an] e-wallet app,” said Prof Ahmad in a statement.

“Not just the students, lecturers and UUM staff will enjoy the convenience provided by kiplePay. I believe this collaboration marks a great initiative to transform and digitalize the education industry, expanding the cashless ecosystem further in Malaysia,” said Tan.

kiplePay is a licensed Bank Negara Malaysia e-wallet issuer and operates on two fronts -- namely a cashless payment gateway for the business and an e-wallet for consumers.

Mohd Asmirul Anuar, in commending UUM and kiplePay for joining the government’s efforts to create a cashless society, said it is important for the young generation today, especially students, to start adopting e-wallet to develop a keen sense of money management.
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Airbus to build MEASAT's 8th communications satellite
By NST Business - May 7, 2019 @ 4:15pm

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KUALA LUMPUR: MEASAT Global Bhd (MGB) has selected global aeronautics leader Airbus SE to build a new multimission telecommunications satellite, the MEASAT-3d.

The MEASAT-3d, which will be launched in 2021, will be MGB's eighth communications satellite and will provide C and Ku-bands capacity for direct to home (DTH), video distribution and telecommunication services.

The new HTS Ka-band mission features multiple user spot beams optimised to deliver high speed broadband communications over Malaysia to bridge the digital divide in the country.

It will also carry an L-band navigation hosted payload for the Korea Augmentation Satellite System (KASS) for KTSAT.

“With MEASAT-3d, MGB reaffirms its commitment to provide core infrastructure for the Malaysian ICT and broadcast industry. Collocated with MEASAT-3a and MEASAT-3b at 91.5°E, MEASAT-3d will serve the growth requirements of 4G & 5G mobile networks in Malaysia while continuing to provide redundancy and additional distribution capacity for video in HD, 4K and ultimately 8K in the Asia-Pacific region,” said MGB chief technology officer Dr Edmund Kong in a statement.

“Furthermore, MEASAT-3d will aid in bridging the digital divide in Malaysia by enabling 100 per cent coverage for high speed consumer broadband services to all Malaysian households.”

Head of Telecom Satellites at Airbus Arnaud de Rosnay voiced his pleasure in being selected again by MGB after also having built the MEASAT-3b.

“MEASAT has selected Airbus again to build their new multimission satellite which will be based on our highly reliable Eurostar E3000 product. The mission also builds on Airbus’ unique heritage in the field of SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation System) navigation payloads. It is a great honor to have been trusted by both MEASAT and KTSAT to combine their missions, a true testament to our collective ability to be flexible – a key differentiator in today’s market,” he said while adding that there are already 46 E3000 satellites operating successfully in orbit.

Once completed, the MEASAT-3d is expected to progressively replace MEASAT-3 and MEASAT-3a thus will able to support Asia’s premium DTH video distribution.
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Malaysia Airports gets ISO certification for anti-bribery management system
Emir Zainul May 17, 2019 17:49 pm +08

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KUALA LUMPUR (May 17): Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd has achieved the ISO 37001:2016 certification for its Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS), which is currently used for its procurement process.

The ISO 37001:2016 is an anti-bribery management system standard that is designed to help an organisation establish, implement, maintain and improve an anti-bribery compliance programme with a series of measures to detect, prevent and respond to any form of bribery in line with global anti-bribery good practices.

In a statement today, Malaysia Airports general manager of procurement Ibrahim Chang Boon Teck said there are fewer than 30 establishments in Malaysia that have obtained this certification.

"We are really proud to have joined the ranks of this group of multinational and government-linked companies that strongly believe in ensuring a corruption-free workplace," he said.

Chang said there is a vital need to place controls within organisations, at both human and process levels, to reduce incidences of bribery.

"This is not only beneficial to Malaysia Airports but will also go down the market place value chain to reach our vendors and business partners. This means that our vendors and business partners can have added assurance that they too can be corruption free when dealing with us," he said.

"With the successful ISO certification of the ABMS for our procurement process, we will be expanding the scope to other areas within the organisation such as commercial services, information technology and project management," Chang added.

Shares of Malaysia Airports closed 14 sen or 1.97% higher at RM7.23 with a market capitalisation of RM11.99 billion.
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TNB: Fibre optics business to start contributing in 2020
Justin Lim/The Edge Financial Daily May 15, 2019 09:08 am +08



(From left) Amir Hamzah, TNB chairman Tan Sri Leo Moggie and Nazmi at TNB’s annual general meeting in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Photo by Shahrin Yahya
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KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) is expecting its connectivity business that provides fibre optic infrastructure for high-speed broadband (HSBB) to start contributing to earnings by next year, following its successful pilot project in Melaka, according to chief executive officer (CEO) Amir Hamzah Azizan.

The Melaka project involved 1,100 homes in Jasin and was implemented under the government’s RM1 billion National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan initiative announced in Budget 2019.

“Earnings (from the new business) should be coming in from next year onwards,” said Amir Hamzah, adding that the group is looking at any commercially viable places for the expansion of the new business.

Amir Hamzah, who was appointed TNB CEO in early April, said the utility giant’s new business is based on a wholesale model and the plan to expand this business has received support from the group’s board members and shareholders.

“It is important to realise that the expansion of the fiberisation journey may take a bit longer, but the recurring earnings we can get from this wholesale business are like our utility business. We invest in the infrastructure and we [get the] yield over the years to come,” he told reporters after the group’s annual general meeting yesterday.

“What we are doing is we maximise the opportunity [of this business] by opening new areas, based on [our] connectivity capability. This (the pilot project in Jasin) was worked on with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), and they welcomed our participation as the penetration of fibre (network) in our country is not high enough.

“With TNB coming into the [fibre optic infrastructure] space, both TNB and MCMC believe this will help expand fiberisation in Malaysia,” Amir Hamzah added.


Plans to spend up to RM9.5b on capex this year

TNB has earmarked a capital expenditure (capex) of between RM9 billion and RM9.5 billion for the current financial year ending Dec 31, 2019 (FY19).

Of the total capex, RM6 billion will be used for its grid division and RM2.5 billion will be allocated to its generation division, with the latter mainly to cater to the Jimah East Power Plant and the Southern Power Generation Pasir Gudang plant, according to TNB chief financial officer Nazmi Othman, who was also present at the press conference.

The remainder will be used for its renewable energy and smart metering expansion, Nazmi added.

Meanwhile, the group is planning to roll out smart meters in the Klang Valley this year and is now engaging with service providers who are able to deliver and instal the number of smart meters that TNB needs.

According to its annual report 2018, TNB has completed the implementation of 190,000 smart meters in Melaka. For 2019, the installation programme will expand beyond Melaka with a focus on homes and businesses in the Klang Valley.

Amir Hamzah said the smart meters offer customers more transparency in terms of their consumption throughout the day, and allows TNB to offer more services that will benefit both parties in the long run.

TNB shares rose 0.51% or six sen to close at RM11.80 yesterday, valuing it at RM67.11 billion, after some 9.08 million shares changed hands. The stock has retreated 23.44% over the past one year.
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TOP WORLD'S LARGEST ELECTRIC UTILITIES COMPANIES 2019
Asia & Malaysia

77 Enel Italy
145 Iberdrola Spain
183 Duke Energy United States
193 NextEra Energy United States
202 Exelon United States
215 Southern Company United States
227 ENGIE France
241 National Grid United Kingdom
263 E.ON Germany
269 EDF France
290 Dominion Resources United States
317 American Electric United States
414 Tokyo Electric Power Japan
434 China Yangtze Power China

448 Consolidated Edison United States
490 Xcel Energy United States
492 NTPC India
504 Public Service Enterprise Group United States
510 Kansai Electric Power Japan
518 CLP Holdings Hong Kong

526 DTE Energy United States
568 PPL United States
578 Saudi Electricity Saudi Arabia
586 FirstEnergy United States
588 Korea Electric Power South Korea
604 Entergy United States
612 Tenaga Nasional Malaysia
626 RWE Group Germany
629 Eversource Energy United States
633 Edp-energias De Portugal Portugal
653 WEC Energy Group United States
657 Eletrobrás Brazil
675 CGN Power China
681 Chubu Electric Power Japan

693 AES United States
710 Uniper Germany
746 Huaneng Power International China
767 ROSSETI Russia
771 Fortis (Canada) Canada
778 Edison International United States
797 SSE United Kingdom
809 EnBW-Energie Baden Germany
814 PG&E United States
823 Fortum Finland
854 Ameren United States
865 Power Grid of India India
893 China National Nuclear Power China
923 CMS Energy United States
931 Snam Italy
943 Origin Energy Australia
964 CEZ Group Czech Republic
986 CenterPoint Energy United States
...


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TNB has game plan to make it to the world's top 10 utility companies by 2025
Adam Aziz May 18, 2019 09:07 am +08
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 18): For 52-year-old Amir Hamzah Azizan, it is an interesting time to be president and group CEO of national utility firm Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB).

The power sector operating landscape is undergoing reforms, from the opening up of the retail market to tighter tariff margins and a trend towards green energy in the power generation mix.

Emphasising on the need to address the impending landscape transformation, Amir also speaks of “understanding Tenaga’s game plan well” in his first few weeks on the job.

The 70-year-old company aims to be among the top 10 utility companies in the world by 2025, under the strategic transformation plan 'Reimagining TNB'.

To facilitate growth, the group is venturing into new yet familiar areas. Among others, it eyes a bigger renewable energy portfolio both locally and overseas, and seeks to capitalise its fibre optic network spanning over 16,000km along its power grid in the country.

But the more difficult task for Amir is laid out in Tenaga’s journey for greater efficiency and transparency within the group.

“We are looking at corporatisation, improving the line of sight, to improve the focus on various areas as part and parcel of evolving Tenaga to address the changes in the landscape,” Amir says.

As Tenaga finds itself intertwined in the national ambition in the power sector — and perhaps the telco sector soon — Amir will have to strike a balance between the group’s social and corporate agenda.

Where does TNB stand amid the impending industry reform? What other industry changes can be expected? What is TNB's action plan?

Grab a copy of The Edge Weekly this week (May 20-24, 2019) to find out more about Amir’s take on Tenaga, and the utility group’s journey moving forward.

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Established in 1965, The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) has become known as a center of excellence in the world of international education. ISKL is a co-educational private, not-for-profit school responsible for the learning journey of over 1,600 students aged 3-18 years from over 60 countries at its state-of-the-art campus in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

OPENED 21st February 2019
The new Ampang Hilir campus is the first school in Malaysia designed to achieve platinum Green Building Index (GBI) status and is testament to ISKL’s commitment to environmental sustainability which, along with service learning and philanthropy, underpins its values-based education.
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Petronas Floating LNG Satu achieves its first LNG drop post relocation
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 21): Petronas has achieved its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) drop by its floating LNG facility, Petronas Floating LNG Satu (PFLNG Satu) at the Kebabangan cluster field, 90 kilometres offshore Sabah.

Kebabangan is the second location for PFLNG Satu, after its successful operation in Kanowit field, Sarawak.

Petronas’ vice president of LNG Asset Zakaria Kasah said the introduction of first gas into the PFLNG Satu, achieved on May 4, was from Kebabangan field to the PFLNG Satu’s turret system via a 5-km flexible pipeline.

“The commencement of a series of start-up activities included the cooling down of natural gas until the production of the first LNG drop on 7th May 2019, just three days after,” he said in a statement today.

He added that the achievement showcased a focused execution and close collaboration efforts, within Petronas as well as externally with the state government and regulatory bodies.

“We have not only proved our concept of relocatable floating LNG facility, but we have also seamlessly achieved the first LNG drop in just three days after first gas in. This is indeed another proud moment and a great milestone for Petronas and the floating LNG industry,” he said.

Designed for water-depth of between 70 metres and 200 metres and a processing capacity of 1.2 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) with 155 crew onboard, PFLNG Satu will support Petronas’ global LNG portfolio and enhance its reputation as a preferred and reliable LNG supplier.

The first LNG cargo delivery at the new field is expected in June 2019.
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INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES IN MALAYSIA 2019
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1 [USA] Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Bukit Perdana, WP Kuala Lumpur
59 [AUSTRALIA] Monash University - Bandar Sunway, Selangor
82 [UK] University of Nottingham - Semenyih, Selangor
96 [UK] University of Southampton - EduCity, Johor
115 [USA] University of Southern California - EduCity, Johor
141 [UK] Newcastle University - EduCity, Johor
195 [UK] University of Reading - EduCity, Johor
218 [AUSTRALIA] University of Wollongong - Batu Kawan, Penang [SEPTEMBER 2019]
250 [AUSTRALIA] Curtin University - Miri, Sarawak
302 [UK] Heriot-Watt University - WP Putrajaya
387 [AUSTRALIA] Swinburne University of Technology - Kuching, Sarawak
476 [CHINA] Xiamen University - Salak Tinggi, Selangor

https://www.topuniversities.com/qs-w...rsity-rankings

Times Higher Education
4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Bukit Perdana, WP Kuala Lumpur
66 University of Southern California - EduCity, Johor
84 Monash University - Bandar Sunway, Selangor
118 University of Southampton - EduCity, Johor
149 University of Nottingham - Semenyih, Selangor
171 Newcastle University - EduCity, Johor
201–250 University of Wollongong - Batu Kawan, Penang [SEPTEMBER 2019]
201-250 University of Reading - EduCity, Johor
201-250 [IRELAND] Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) - Serdang, Selangor
301-350 Heriot-Watt University - WP Putrajaya
301-350 Curtin University - Miri, Sarawak
401-500 Swinburne University of Technology - Kuching, Sarawak
501-600 Xiamen University - Salak Tinggi, Selangor
1001+ [INDIA] Manipal International University by Manipal Academy of Higher Education - Putra Nilai, Negeri Sembilan


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Japan varsity may have campus in Perak
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Japan varsity may have campus in Perak
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IPOH: The prospects seem bright for Perak to be the first branch campus site of Tsukuba University, Japan’s leading technical and scientific university

Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu said he was informed by Japanese Ambassador Makio Miyagawa during a meeting he had with the envoy at his office here today.

“A representative from the Tsukuba University was in Malaysia to review possible sites that had been proposed to the varsity, including those in Perak.

“Today Japanese Ambassador Makio Miyagawa said that Perak stood a good chance of being selected as the branch campus of Tsukuba University in Malaysia,” he told reporters after receiving a courtesy call from the envoy. .

He said further discussions on the matter would be continued including fine-tuning the proposal to establish cooperation between the university with local government-linked companies (GLCs).

“On behalf of the state government I have proposed the setting up of a joint venture company between Tsukuba University and the Perak state government to reduce the cost involved in opening this first overseas branch campus.

There has been no Japanese university that has been set up outside the country (Japan), this will be the first and we are very excited about it,” he said.

He said the Tsukuba University which has produced three Nobel Prize winners, would have a great impact on human capital development in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (Stem) and Technical Education and Vocational Training (TVET) for the country. – Bernama
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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS/COLLEGES/INSTITUTES IN MALAYSIA 2019
[SINGAPORE] Raffles American School - Iskandar Puteri, Johor
[USA] Shattuck-St Mary's International School - Forest City, Johor [NEW]
[UK] Marlborough College - Iskandar Puteri, Johor
[UK] Epsom College - Nilai, Negeri Sembilan
[UK] King Henry VIII College - Cyberjaya, Selangor [NEW]
[UK] Westminster International College by LSC Group - Subang Jaya, Selangor
[GERMAN] German-Malaysian Institute (GMI), Kajang, Selangor
[SINGAPORE] Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) - EduCity, Johor
[NETHERLANDS] Netherlands Maritime Institute of Technology (NMIT) - EduCity, Johor


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After Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) sloan school of business from Boston in KL now Edwards Lifescience from California
Edwards Lifesciences to invest RM100 million in Malaysia
APRIL 27, 2019, SATURDAY AT 12:03 AM



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KUCHING: Global medical technology company Edwards Lifesciences (Edwards) expects to invest RM100 million in Malaysia over the next five years through its new regional business service centre (BSC) located at KL Eco City.

Edwards, based in California, US, is the global leader in patient-focused innovations for structural heart disease and critical care monitoring. More than 60 years ago, it was the first company to develop a commercially viable heart valve.

The new Edwards BSC is expected to provide key support functions such as Finance, IT, Supply Chain, HR, Digital Health, Marketing and Quality Assurance to seven (7) offices across the Japan, Asia and Pacific (JAPAC) region.

In the next phase of BSC growth, Edwards plans on setting up an analytics Centre of Excellence and hopes to attract talented employees with expertise in artificial intelligence and machine learning, data management, big data analytics and digital, to join the company.

These talents will help support business needs in the JAPAC region out of the KL BSC office, and more importantly, use their expertise to help patients with structural heart disease.

Officiating the launch ceremony was Deputy Minister of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) Dr Ong Kian Ming, United States Ambassador to Malaysia Kamala Shirin Lakhdhir, Edwards Lifesciences’ corporate vice president Japan, Asia and Pacific Dr Huimin Wang and chief executive officer of Invest KL, Datuk Zainal Amanshah.

“Malaysia is our choice to house our new BSC for the JAPAC region due to its cultural diversity, highly-capable multilingual talent pool, business-friendly policies and strong infrastructure.

“We are aiming to add more than 100 new employees over the next three years, and we are looking to source local talent to fill these positions,” said Wang.

“Edwards’ heart valve was first successfully implanted in a Malaysian at the National Heart Institute (IJN) and in the past five years alone, more than 3,700 patients in Malaysia have received Edwards’ heart valve repair or replacement therapies.

“We are in the business of saving people’s lives and we are looking for likeminded individuals to join us and grow with us, and also to help us build and strengthen our community engagement throughout Malaysia,” he added.

Edwards’ initial hiring plans for 2019 are focused on adding approximately 60 new employees that will take on corporate services roles and business leadership positions.

Edwards aims to provide educational and professional opportunities to its employees to grow their abilities not only in Malaysia, but also across the region.

It also intends to offer community engagement activities through employee volunteerism and the Edwards Lifesciences Foundation, which was established to strengthen and support Edwards’ passion for helping people around the world.
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ARB bags RM18m job for proposed IoT lifestyle development in Perak
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 29): ARB Bhd, formerly known as Aturmaju Resources Bhd, has bagged a contract worth RM18 million to provide the Internet of Things (IoT) system and engineering, procurement, commissioning and management services (IoT SEPTCM) for a proposed residential development in Perak.

In a stock exchange filing, ARB said its indirect wholly-owned unit Arbiot Sdn Bhd and IJV Ventures Sdn Bhd have inked a business contract to carry out the project.

The development is located in Mukim Belanja in the Kinta District, and comprises 130 units of single storey terrace houses, to be developed into an IoT technology lifestyle residential development project.

Under the deal, IJV Ventures shall be responsible to obtain the requisite approvals from the appropriate authorities prior to the commencement of works in relation to the development.

The development, which will sit on a land measuring 16.43 square meters, has an estimated gross development value of RM31.1 million.

"The business contract will serve as a platform for Arbiot to provide IoT SEPCM services to IJV, [and] to manage the entire development project, which promote the concept of smart home system residential houses.

"The business contract is expected to contribute positively to the company's future earnings, earnings per share and enhance the consolidated net assets of the company," ARB said.

ARB shares closed two sen or 4.94% higher at 42.5 sen today, giving the company a market capitalisation of RM50.64 million. Year to date, the stock has jumped 48.3% from when it was trading around 29 sen.
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OCBC-led consortium finances large scale solar plant in Perlis
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 27): An OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Bhd-led consortium of lenders is financing a large scale solar (LSS) plant in Bukit Keteri, Perlis.

The bank is the bookrunner and mandated lead arranger of the syndicated project financing for KBJ HECMY Sdn Bhd, the promoter of the project.

The financing structure for KBJ HECMY is aligned to meet the Asia Pacific Loan Market Association (APLMA)'s Green Loan Principles, the bank said in a statement.

KBJ HECMY, a joint venture between Hanwha Energy Corp Singapore Pte Ltd and Konsortium Berseri Jaya Sdn Bhd, will use the funding to part finance the development of the 30MW solar plant in Perlis.

The bank said the financing effort comes following OCBC Group's announcement last month that it would stop the financing of coal-fired power plants to encourage a shift to cleaner energy.

"OCBC Bank is committed to the development of renewable energy in Malaysia, in support of the Malaysian government's target to increase the country's generation mix from renewable energy to 20% by 2025. Our two-pronged approach is to first cease financing coal-fired power plants and then replace them with greener alternatives such as the LSS plant in Perlis.

"This syndicated green project financing is a testament of our pledge towards financing sustainable developments as we seek to ramp up efforts to increase the percentage of renewable energy projects in our portfolio," said OCBC Bank managing director and senior banker, client coverage & head of investment banking Tan Ai Chin.

Hanwha Energy CEO Du-Hyoung Ryoo said the company is excited about the venture. "This is our first venture in Malaysia as a solar photovoltaic plant developer and we are hopeful the project will be a benchmark for future related LSS plants in the region," he said.

Hanwha Energy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hanwha Energy Corp (HEC), a multinational energy solutions provider. HEC in turn is part of the Hanwha Group, one of the largest business conglomerates in South Korea with business interests spanning chemicals and materials, aerospace and mechatronics, construction, financial services, leisure and lifestyle, and energy.

The solar plant is expected to commence operations by the second quarter of 2020, under a 21-year power purchase agreement with Tenaga Nasional Bhd.
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