Nov 29, 2018News

IPOH, 02 OCTOBER 2018, TUESDAY – InvestPerak, Malaysia have organized ‘InvestPerak Networking Dinner 2018′ in Casuarina Convention Center 1, Casuarina@Meru Hotel, Ipoh.  This particular networking dinner is hosted by our Menteri Besar of Perak, YAB Dato’ Seri Ahmad Faizal bin Dato’ Azumu. This memorable event is successfully organized with the cooperation from Perak State Economic Planning Unit (UPEN), Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) and Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA).  YB Dr. Ong Kian Ming, Deputy Minister of international Trade & Industry had officiated this particular event.  YB Dato’ Seri Ir. Haji Mohammad Nizar bin Jamaluddin, the Perak State Executive Committee Chairman for Investment, Industry & Territory Development also presence to enliven this memorable night.

The objectives of this networking dinner were to strengthen the collaboration and the relationship between Investperak, the new Perak State Government under the leadership of our beloved Menteri Besar,  Dato’ Seri Ahmad Faizal bin Dato’ Azumu together with all the current industries players in Perak and the potential investors that would like to invest in Perak.  It is also to create a tougher business relations between all the industries players in Perak.

The highlight of this networking dinner was the Signing Ceremony of Memorandum of Agreement between InvestPerak, Malaysia between Malayan Flour Mills Berhad to establish an agro-food manufacturing factory in the state which the largest investment of RM1.1 billion.  Another agreement involves Top Glove Berhad that investing RM100 million to build a glove making plant here.  Not just that, InvestPerak will be also cooperating  with Central Medicare Sdn Bhd, which is building a glove manufacturing plant in Changkat Jong, Teluk Intan, involving an investment of RM600 million.

Smart Paints Manufacturing Sdn Bhd, meanwhile, will cooperate with InvestPerak to set up a RM50 million paint factory at the Bemban Industrial Estate, Batu Gajah.  InvestPerak would also cooperate with Optotronic Semiconductors Sdn Bhd in establishing a light-emitting diode factory in Kamunting, Taiping, involving an investment of RM50 million.