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Malaysian Aerospace Strategy Malaysian Aerospace Strategy
Malaysian Aerospace
Strategy
Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MiGHT)
© 2007 MIGHT. All rights reserved. This document contains confidential information and is the sole property of MIGHT
No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of MIGHT.
Company Profile
… established in 1993 by the Government as a non-profit
company limited by guarantee, based on partnership between
public & private sectors
Core Business:
“Think-tank” - building consensus through MiGHT’s Industry
Consultative Platform in the areas of...
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Aerospace
Defense
Maritime
Construction & Housing
Automotive
Alternative Energy
Biotechnology
Other emerging technologies
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... appointed by the Government as the
Secretariat to the Malaysian Aerospace Council (MAC)
MAC
¾ National level steering body for aerospace
industry
¾ Chairman - Prime Minister
¾ Deputy Chairman – Deputy Prime Minister
¾ Members - 6 x Cabinet Ministers; Heads of
Government Agencies; Captains of Industry
Objective:
¾ Provide vision, direction and overall
development plan
¾ Establish policies/guidelines and identify
priority areas
¾ Think-tank for procurement of technology
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Malaysia Aerospace Industry
... is defined by activities related to design & development,
construction, operation, maintenance and disposal of aircraft,
spacecraft & missiles
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… the industry is an “engine of growth” - contributes more than
RM14.5 billion in revenue and employs more than 53,000
workforce
Turnover
(by sub-sector)
> RM 14.5 billion
Workforce Distribution
(by sub-sector)
> 53 000
Commercial Aviation
GA / Sports Aviation
Airport / Satellite Ops
MRO
Design / Manufacturing
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Commercial Aviation
GA / Sports Aviation
Airport / Satellite Ops
MRO
Design / Manufacturing
MRO sub-sector:
Malaysia is in all five market segments
Malaysia Airlines Berhad (Engineering)
GE Engine Services Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Airod Sdn Bhd
Eurocopter Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Air Asia Berhad
Aerospace Technology Systems Corp. Sdn Bhd
MHS Aviation Berhad
Hamilton Sundstrand Malaysia
Transmile Air Services Sdn Bhd
Satang Jaya Berhad
Zetro Aerospace Corporation Sdn Bhd
Columbia Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation
Sapura Defence Sdn Bhd
Airod Turbopower Sdn Bhd
Advanced Air Traffic Systems (M) Sdn Bhd
Honeywell Aerospace Services (M) Sdn Bhd
Parker Hannifin (M) Sdn Bhd
Malaysian Flying Academy Sdn Bhd
Airfoil Services Sdn Bhd
Penerbangan Sabah Sdn Bhd
CTRM Aviation Sdn Bhd
SME Aviation Sdn Bhd
KLAS Engineering Services Sdn Bhd
KOP Aviation Sdn Bhd
Mejati Dynamics Sdn Bhd
Aero Systems Aviation Sdn Bhd
Aeroclear (Asia) Sdn Bhd
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Sapura Defence
Ikramatic Systems
CTRM Excelnet Engineering
Aviation Design Centre
Astronautic Technology
SME Aerospace
CTRM Aero Composites
Asian Composites Manufacturing
Upeca Engineering
XYBASE
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Training sub-sector:
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UniKL MIAT
UTM / UiTM
MAS Academy
DCA Collage
Malaysia Flying Academy
Integrated Training & Services
HM Aerospace
Local Flying Clubs
UTM, UPM, UKM, USM, UIA
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National Strategies
… the aerospace industry development has been based on the
recommendations contained in the National Aerospace Blueprint
prepared by MIGHT
The Blueprint:
¾ Launched in 1997 by Prime Minister
¾ Identifies key initiatives for
transforming Malaysia into
aninternational aerospace nation by
year 2015
¾ Outlines 45 recommendations
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…continued
… Malaysian Aerospace Council further refined the development
strategies to focus on certain “niche” areas that Malaysia can excel
a. Strengthen industry in the areas of:
- Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)
- Parts and Components Manufacturing
- Avionics & System Integration
- Aerospace Training & Education
b. Deepen linkages with related vendors/suppliers/ contractors
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…continued
… the growth of the Manufacturing sub-sector through the
following approach:
Contract Manufacturing
- Capture work that are to be offloaded to low cost centre
Technology Acquisition
- Diversify into manufacturing / supply of aerospace
products other than aero structures
Supply Chain Enhancement
- Encourage companies to collaborate with foreign
partners through direct participation
Joint International Program
- Participate in aircraft development program as a risk
sharing partner
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…continued
… develop the MRO sub-sector based on a targeted 5% of global market
share by 2015. This requires the industry to grow at 12% per annum
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…continued
… Subang Airport to be turned into Malaysia International Aerospace
Center (MIAC) to facilitate the growth of all sub-sectors
“ Malaysia is ready to take in more Aerospace work ”
Strong and
comprehensive
networks of supporting
industry
Adequate Human Resource
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…continued
MRO
GA Center
Aerospace
HR Training
Center
Helicopter
Center
Aero Tech
Park
Commercial
Center
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…continued
… to enable Malaysia to capture the global MRO market, other
growth strategies for the aerospace industry includes..
1.
Passenger-to-freighter conversion via STC development
Cargo Conversion
Market
2.
Strengthening the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA)
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Conclusion
Malaysia welcomes:
¾ Foreign Direct Investment (on all sub-sectors)
¾ Joint-Ventures (on projects and as equity partner)
¾ Strategic Collaboration
Malaysia provides:
¾ Financial and Tax Incentives
¾ Skilled human resources at reasonable cost
¾ Modern facilities and infrastructures
¾ Business opportunities and market excess
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Q & A session
www.might.org.my
Level 6, Block 2, Menara PjH, Precint 2,
P.O Box 11 &12, 62100 Putrajaya,
Malaysia
Tel : 603 – 8315 7888 (GL)
Fax : 603 – 8888 8232
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