Penang The Manufacturing Hub of Malaysia

16th June 2015

Trade Delegation Coming to Sheffield Sheffield warmly welcomes a delegation of high level visitors from the Penang region of Malaysia.

It's a little known fact that Penang is the most prominent commercial State of Malaysia and is the main electronics hub of South East Asia with booming Medical Devices, LED, Avionics, Automation and ITC industry sectors. With an excellent track record in high tech industries, Penang has become a global manufacturing hub, producing advanced products supported by world class local and international suppliers with capabilities in automation systems, precision engineering and software development. Although it is the second smallest state in Malaysia, Penang has proudly carved itself a name as the Silicon Island of the East. Our guests from Penang: Dato' Lee Kah Choon Special Advisor to Chief Minister of Penang Ms. Loo Lee Lian General Manager of InvestPenang Mr Lee Yoeu Chek Manager of Industry Division, InvestPenang Mr Michael Warren  Vice President, Global Business Services (GBS), Multimedia Development Corporation Agenda: 1.45pm Registration, Coffee and Networking 2.00pm  Presentations from Nick Patrick of SYITC, Kiley Tan of Wosskow Brown & the Penang delegation 3.15pm Afternoon tea, refreshments and networking 4.00pm One to Ones with the delegation if requested Come along and meet our guests from The Silicon Island of the East! This event is FREE to attend with lunch and parking included.  See more details here This is a joint event from:                    

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