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FOR the first time since it began in 1989, the Malaysia International Machinery Fair (MIMF) will bring a new program – Smart Tech which will focus on the Packaging, Food Processing, Plastics and LED industries with the aim of supporting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in achieving technological innovations including Cold Logistics, Warehouse Automation and Solar (LED) technology to improve production efficiency and quality as well as reduce costs.

Besides that, MIMF will continue to serve the local market with four other exhibition sectors namely My-Pack Pro (Food Packaging & Food Processsing; My-Plas (Plastic,Mould & Tools; Led-Light Malaysia ( Lighting, LED & SIGN and My-Bakery (Malaysia Bakery Equipmet).

And aligned with the  celebration of the 50th. anniversary of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and China, the 35th MIMF Exhibition will also concurently hold  the Malaysia SMI (5 New) High Tech Forum (MIMF 5.0) aims to promote technological advancements in SMEs, held at MITEC Exhibition Hall 1 to Hall 6.

For the record, since then, the bilateral trade volume between Malaysia and China has climbed from less than US$200 million in 1975 to US$203.6 billion in 2022, witnessing how the wisdom of the sages benefits the well being of the people.

On that note, Es International Event Management Sdn Bhd, being the main organizers of MIMF has since taken the mission of promoting Malaysia-China economic and trade as the first Malaysia exhibitions company to invest in China and to this day it received strong support from the China Council for the promotion of International Trade.

For this coming 35th Malaysia International Machinery Fair happening  from 11 till 13 July 2024, the event which is also co-organized by the Malaysia International Trade Link Association (MACITA) and supported by 50 local and international trade including Malaysian Entreprenuers Chamber of Commerce (DPUM) is expected to showcase around 1,000 exhibition booth, setting a new record in the exhibition history.

“Over 600 exhibition booths have been confirmed including representatives from various Chinese provinces, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, Iran, India, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and more,” said Presidenr of Malaysia Promas International Business Society (PROMAS), Dato Chong Chong Tik at the pre launch of the 35th MIMF and Malaysia SMI (5 New) High Tech Forum held at MITEC, Kuala Lumpur, yesterday morning.

The pre launch event was officiated by the Member of Parliament for Cheras and Former Malaysia Special Envoy to the People’s Republic of China, YB Tan Kok Wai.

Also present are MACITA Life President,  Lady Puan Sri Dr, Susan Cheah; President of DPUM, Dato Seri Abu Hasan Mohd Nor and other distinguished guest from Malaysia and China.

MIMF 2024, will focus on showcasing items such as rubber and plastic equipment, mold technology, food procesing, baking and materials, packaging industrial equipment, advertising materials, solar energy, LED lighting materials and technology.

Despite being three months away, from the opening date, many international companies havd eagerly signed up to participate.

“In collaboration with 50 trade associations from both Malaysia and China, we aim to create a platform for deeper discussions, share knowledge and explore the limitless possibilities in all the sectors,” added Chong Tik.

According to him, the High Tech Forum will provide industry leaders, experts and companies with with an important platform for technical  exchnges and networking opportunities in the high tech industries for SMEs.

Thus, in order to help SME overcome the challenges of the times, the High Tech Forum has carefully planned 5NEW themes:  new energy, new technology, new products and new economy aiming at the  most urgent issues of enterprise transformation.

“We hope  that participants will find new dierections and lead their companies towards a brighter future,” ended Chong Tik.

Meanwhile, commenting on the exhibition, representing one of the Malaysian Entrepreneurs Association that will be participating, Dato Seri Abu Hasan said aboutt 30% of partipants will be from the Malaysian sectors.

“This is the time Malaysian SMEs could collaborate together and embrace the changes whilst actively transform and leverage the trends and advance to a higher level,” said Abu Hasan.

Thus for those who are interested to participate and need more information, can  log in to this link HERE.

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