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Malaysian Indkom looks at expansion in the Middle East

5/6/2015

 Malaysia, Selangor: Indkom Engineering, a Malaysian manufacturer of power distribution equipment and one of the largest suppliers of the national utility company Tenaga Nasional, is looking to expand its business on the international front, with China, Yemen, Jordan, Brunei, Singapore and Saudi Arabia on its radar for new business opportunities.

“Saudi Arabia needs 12,000 transformer units annually on average. In comparison, Malaysia only needs 3,000 units. You can see why we want to penetrate that market,” said managing director Jamaludin Mohd Wari, according to The Star.

The company is already field testing 350 units in the Middle East and full expansion will begin sometime next year.

The company is also looking to expand the factory’s capacity by 50% and increase the manpower.

“With the increase in manpower and facility, we would be able to churn out many more transformers. Currently, we are producing 16 units per day. We would like to produce 26 unit per day,” said Jamaludin.

Source: The Star