Overview

Unlocking greater productivity within Malaysia’s industrial sectors is one of the national strategies in place to drive our continuous economic growth and expansion. In line with this, the Government launched the Malaysia Productivity Blueprint (MPB) in May 2017 as part of the 11th Malaysia Plan.

Within the MPB, nine priority subsectors were identified as presenting high potential growth for our country. In particular, the Electrical and Electronics (E&E) industry, where the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has been at the forefront of generating private public partnerships (PPPs) to drive productivity enhancement initiatives within the sector.

The Electrical & Electronics (E&E) industry is a major subsector of the manufacturing sector, which has grown by leaps and bounds since 1972. The subsector is divided into two main industries; namely, computer, electronic, and optical products, and electrical equipment.

In an effort to boost the E&E sector’s contribution to the national economy, the Electrical & Electronics Productivity Nexus (EEPN) led by industries and supported by the Government was formed in 2017. To further the success of strategies identified by the EEPN, the Delivery Management Office (DMO) of Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) has undertaken the role to coordinate, monitor and evaluate delivery efforts of the MPB.

Initiatives

Workforce

  • Strengthen collaboration between industry, government and universities to ensure supply of industry-ready engineers.
  • Up-skill workers to prioritise innovative thinking to foster productive culture.

Industry Structure

  • Accelerate collaboration and strengthen knowledge sharing between industry players through Centre of Excellence.
  • Promote higher value add activities, including research development and design and produce complex products.

Eco-Systems

  • Enforce Minimal guaranteed service level for utilities and infrastructure in key industrial zones

Activities

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References

Article
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Nationgate Solution

VITROX TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD

EXIS TECH SDN BHD

PENTAMASTER CORPORATION BERHAD

PARADIGM

FINISAR

SANMINA-SCI SYSTEM SDN BHD

ROBERT BOSCH (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD

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EE Productivity Nexus Regulatory Briefs

Others
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Paper 2 : Briefing on Productivity Toolkits

Paper 2 : Briefing on Productivity Toolkits

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Presentation Slide
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Using Technology to Drive Productivity in E&E Industry

Using Technology to Drive Productivity in E&E Industry

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Paper 3: Sharing Session on Productivity Improvement by Celestica Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd

Paper 3: Sharing Session on Productivity Improvement by Celestica Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd

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Paper 4: Sharing Session on Productivity Improvement by Inari Amertron Berhad

Paper 4: Sharing Session on Productivity Improvement by Inari Amertron Berhad

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Tools

E&E Special Tools 

 

Productivity Tools

1)    Productivity Gain Measurement (PGM)

This e-PGM assists organisations to understand productivity measurement.

Productivity Gain Measurement (PGM)

 

2)   ezBE Assessment Tool

ezBE Assessment Tool is a self-assessment tool that provides you with a quick assessment of business excellent practices of your firm .  

ezBe Assessment Tool

Nexus Partners

E&E

YBhg. Dato’ Seri Wong Siew Hai
Champion Electrical & Electronics Productivity Nexus, Chairman of American Malaysian Chamber Of Commerce (AMCHAM Malaysia), Head of Key Strategy 2 EEPN: Nurture Talent Development

E&E

Mr. Lau Kean Cheong
Group Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director, Inari Amertron Berhad., Head of Key Strategy 4 EEPN: Strengthen SME Development

E&E

YBrs. Dr. Thomas Ooi Wei Min
Solution Marketing Manager, Intel Corporation, Head of Key Strategy 3 EEPN: Accelerate The Adoption of Industry 4.0

E&E

YBrs. Dr. Hari Narayanan
Chairman of Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Head of Key Strategy 1 EEPN: Enhance Higher Value-Added Activities

E&E

Mr. Tan Soon Keong (SK)
Director of Technology, Infineon Technologies Sdn. Bhd.

E&E

Mr. Tahiruddin bin Hamdan
Senior Director Corporate Development & External Affairs, SilTerra Malaysia Sdn. Bhd

E&E

YBrs. Dr. David John Lacey
Research & Development Director, Osram Opto Semiconductors (M) Sdn. Bhd.

E&E

Mr. Tay Eng Su
Customer Experience, Quality & Compliance Director, Keysight Technologies Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

E&E

Mr. Jose Hernandez
Senior Director, General Manager, ON Semiconductor

E&E

Ms. Yap Suan See
Vice President & Managing Director, Finisar (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd

E&E

Mr. Lee Heng Lee
Chief Executive Officer, Exis Tech Sdn. Bhd

E&E

Mr. Noorazidi Che Azib
Deputy Vice President, Inari Amertron Berhad

E&E

YBhg. Dato' Cheok Lay Leng
General Manager, Penang Hill Corporation

E&E

Mr. Firdaus Abdullah
Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director, SilTerra Malaysia Sdn. Bhd

E&E

YBhg. Dato’ Peter Halm
Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Infineon Technologies Sdn. Bhd.

E&E

YBhg. Dato’ P’ng Soo Hong
Managing Director, First Solar Malaysia

E&E

Mr. Yogannaidu Sivanchalam
Managing Director, Texas Instruments Malaysia

E&E

YBhg. Dato' Lim Yong Jin
Regional President – Plexus APAC, Plexus Manufacturing Malaysia

E&E

Mr. Eric Chan Wai Phang
Vice President & General Manager of Internet of Things (IoT) Customer Engineering, Intel Corporation

E&E

Mr. Solomon Arulanandam Lorthu
Managing Director, Penang Operations, Motorola Solutions Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

E&E

Mr. David Khor Tak Wei
Executive Director, Winnotech Solutions

Nexus Experts

E&E

Mr. Chew Yuen Lin
Subject matters expert, Industry productivity specialist

E&E

Mr. Cheang Wai Mun
Coordinator of EEPN, Consultant of EEPN, Industry-Linker of EEPN
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