To drive the Engineering and ACMV & R industry in Malaysia and Asean

Guest-of-honour Public Works Department deputy director general Datuk Zulkipli Nasri (centre) together with the joint organisers of ENGINEER and MARVEX at the soft launch.

THE Malaysian Engineering Exhibition and Conference 2023 (ENGINEER) and its concurrent exhibition – the Air-Conditioning, Refrigeration & Ventilation Expo 2023 (MARVEX) – are set to take place at the KL Lumpur Convention Centre from Sept 6 to 9.

With the theme A Business Gateway to Engineering and ACMV & R in Asean, ENGINEER and MARVEX are a platform for stakeholders to source for new sustainability concepts and cutting-edge engineering solutions in the industry.

“This year, we expect to see 10,000 trade and professional visitors coming together to source, network, collaborate, and exchange ideas,” said C.I.S. president and ENGINEER and MARVEX joint organiser Datuk Vincent Lim.

“The engineering and ACMV & R industries play a pivotal role post-pandemic, as new and revived infrastructure, construction and other development projects come to the fore – propelling the growth of economies in the region.”

At the recent soft launch of ENGINEER and MARVEX, Public Works Department deputy director general Datuk Zulkipli Nasri said: “The government is spearheading policies and strategies aimed at stimulating vibrant and sustainable socio-economic growth. With the support and strategic partnership of the private sector, I am confident our nation is well on its journey to achieve developed nation status.

“ENGINEER and MARVEX will focus on green initiatives and cutting-edge solutions. I look forward to greater commitment towards environmental stewardship from the private sector, which will attract local as well as foreign investments in green technologies.”

The four-day ENGINEER and MARVEX aim to drive trade, business, construction and technology with a key focus on ESG-led innovation.

“Engineering conferences and exhibitions play a vital role in stimulating the industry and encouraging sustainability practices through technology advancement,” said Institution of Engineers Malaysia president Prof Dr Norlida Buniyamin.

“This platform will empower engineers and practitioners to take a vital role in nation-building, as well as build sustainable world-class infrastructure and production facilities that will place Malaysia on the global map.”

ENGINEER 2023 will unite three key pillars of engineering – mechanical and electrical, civil and structural, and ACMV & R.

Malaysian Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Association (Macra) president Peter Tan said: “Our role at MACRA has always been to ensure that the ACMV & R industry across Malaysia and Asean continues to improve cross border requirements to unify ACMV & R stakeholders.

“This is in line with the need for the industry to grow in tandem with the construction of new buildings, with better ventilation systems and indoor air quality requirements.”

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