Malaysia

 Supplier

Search Results 580results


Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
APM Automotive Holdings Berhad Lot 600, Pandamaran Industrial Estate, Locked Bag No. 218, 42009 Port Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Major Parts Suppliers image
Sapura Industrial Berhad Lot 2 & 4, Jalan p/11, Seksyen 10, Kawasan Perindustrian Bangi, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. Major Parts Suppliers image
3M Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. Level 8, Block F, Oasis Square No. 2, Jalan PJU 1A/7A, Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. image
Acoustic Industry Sdn. Bhd. 2&4, Jalan Kencana 20, Light Industrial Area, Taman Kencana, Cheras, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia image
Action Industries (M) Sdn. Bhd. 2480 Tingkat Perusahaan Enam, Prai Free Trade Zone, 13600 Perai, Penang, Malaysia image
Adaptive Micro Systems (M) Sdn. Bhd. 65 Mergong Barrage Industrial Estate, Mergong, Alor Setar, Kedah, 05150, Malaysia image
Adient - Alor Gajah Lot 123, Perindustrian Hicom-Pegoh, Mukim Pegoh, Aljor Gajah Melaka 78000, Malaysia image
Adient - Shah Alam Lot 5 Persiaran Sabak Bernam, Sec. 26(Hicom) 40000 Shar Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia image
Adient - Tanjung Malim Lot PT 14229 (B), Jalan Jelawai, Mukim Hulu Bernam Tanjung Malim, PR 35900, Malaysia image
Advance Micro Product Sdn. Bhd. No.13, Jalan Serendah 26/39, Section 26, Shah Alam Technology Park, 40400, Shah Alam, Selangor D.E Malaysia image
 Capacity Distribution
Search conditions undefined.
image
 News
Oct 14, 2021

Reported on October 13, 2021, Malaysia Ni Hsin EV Tech Sdn Bhd, signed a heads of agreement (HoA) with MNA Energy Sdn Bhd (MNAE) to develop battery technology for electric motorcycles. Both firms are developing an advanced battery system and a standardized battery swapping infrastructure for electric 2-wheelers that will be convenient to riders who can easily exchange their depleted batteries with fully-charged ones at stations that will be set up. This is expected to boost the use of electric 2-wheelers in urban areas.
Ni Hsin EV Tech said its collaboration with MNAE complements its venture into the e-mobility business by collaborating with China's Dongguan Tailing Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. Both Ni Hsin EV Tech and MNAE are now working towards getting the vehicle type approval (VTA) permit from the Road Transport Department for these electric 2-wheelers as the VTA is important for MNAE's SmartSwap program. The battery swapping system developed by MNAE will feature battery tracking and management via a cloud-connected network through which the battery's lifespan can be monitored.
MNAE was established in 2016 and has been awarded research grants by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) to develop next-generation battery technology. MNAE makes battery energy storage systems for electric mobility and stationary applications. It is pioneering Electric Mobility-as-a-Service (EMaaS) in Malaysia by developing SmartSwap, a turnkey solution for a battery swapping infrastructure for electric motorcycles.
(From an article of New Straits Times on October 13, 2021)

Oct 14, 2021

Reported on October 13, 2021, Angka-Tan Motor (ATM) officially launched JMC Vigus Pro pick-up truck in Malaysia with starting price of MYR 98,888.
According to ATM, the Vigus Pro, which is CKD locally assembled at Tan Chong’s Serendah plant, is a new value proposition among pick-up trucks sold in Malaysia. Power comes from a ‘Puma’ 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine with a variable geometry turbocharger. It is a Ford-sourced Euro 3 engine rated at 141 PS and 340 Nm of torque, paired with ZF 8-speed torque converter automatic transmission. With the claimed fuel consumption of 7.8 liters per 100 km (12.8 km/l) in the UNECE R101 mode, the Vigus Pro is one of the most fuel efficient 1-tonne pick-up trucks currently sold in Malaysia. Its overall dimensions are (LWH) 5,305 x 1,905 x 1835 (mm) and a wheelbase of 3,085 mm. 
The Puma-ZF8 combo is combined with a BorgWarner 4WD system with a low-range transfer box, Eaton differential lock, and the Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) module from Bosch.
Customer deliveries will start later in October. ATM is targeting sales of 350 units until the end of 2021, and the company has also mentioned more models, and entry into other ASEAN markets with JMC.
(From an article of Paul Tan on October 13, 2021 and JMC Malaysia homepage)

Oct 13, 2021

Reported on October 11, 2021, UMW Corp unveiled intention to improve KYB-UMW Malaysia Sdn Bhd's supply to support the OEM and the REM amid rising backlog, while expecting sales and profitability to materialize from September 2021 onwards.
KYB-UMW had secured orders from various OEMs on their new models to be launched in H2/2021, while retaining large orders for REM and the export market. As of mid-August 2021, the business is operating around 50-60% capacity rate but is likely to operate at full capacity from September 2021.
KYB-UMW makes shock absorbers for cars/motorcycles and a suspension kit for 4-wheelers. It currently operates 2 manufacturing plants in Selangor. The facilities have a built-up area of 12.5-acre and added a new capacity of 5.5 million pieces per year for both 2-wheelers and 4-wheelers. The new plant was completed in late 2020 with an investment of about MYR 36.0 million. The capacity has increased by 20%.
KYB-UMW quickly recovered despite the 2020 lockdown thanks to the strong demand in H2/2020. The firm is currently exporting to 39 countries, including the U.S., Japan, China, Germany, France, Korea, Peru, Australia, Colombia, Egypt, Ecuador, Guatemala, and from June 2021, it had started exporting to OEM (Toyota Gazoo models) to Thailand, Indonesia, Argentina and India. From Q1/2022 onwards, the firm expected to export to Honda Indonesia (OEM).
KYB-UMW currently holds 61% of the market share for OEM (shock absorbers) and over 50% for the REM segment. It sold around 2.2 million shock absorbers in H1/2021. The firm remains cautiously optimistic of sustaining the performance in 2021 in anticipation of improved demand after recovering from the pandemic.
(From an article of New Straits Times on October 11, 2021)