Inmax Industries' Third Factory To Begin Production Next Month

SEREMBAN, Aug 29 (Bernama) -- Inmax Industries Sdn Bhd, manufacturer of a wide range of fasteners, has launched another factory in the Tuanku Jaafar Industry Estate here to boost its production as well as to become the biggest fasteners producer in Southeast Asia.

Built on a four-hectare site, the third plant costing over RM60 million and located near the other two factories, will begin production next month, said Inmax Industries President, Datuk Allen Chiang.

He said 100 per cent of the products from the plant would be exported mainly to the US and European and Southeast Asian countries.

The plant will churn out 120 containers of fasteners per month at the outset before its production capacity is increased to 150 containers per month, he added.

"The new plant is mechanically operated and does not require many employees, instead it is run by engineers," he said at the launch of the factory by Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan here, Friday.

Inmax Industries designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of pneumatic nailers and staplers, industrial nails, staples.

In his speech, Mohamad hoped Chiang would attract more companies from Taiwan to invest in Malaysia, especially Negeri Sembilan in his capacity as Taipei Investors' Association in Malaysia president.

"I am confident that more Taiwanese companies are keen to invest in Malaysia as we are investor-friendly, peaceful, harmonious and politically stable, apart from having good transportation facilities and infrastructure.

"The volume of trade between Malaysia and Thailand is among the highest. So, close cooperation between us will be of mutual benefit," he said, adding that Malaysian businesses should capitalise on the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Malaysia to penetrate Taiwan's market.

Present was Taipei Economic and Cultural of Office in Malaysia representative Lo Yu-Chung.

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