Discussing the Effects of NIMP 2030 on Our Supply Chains

In a groundbreaking announcement on Sept 1, the government unveiled the New Industrial Master Plan (NIMP) 2030 – a strategic industrial policy targeting the manufacturing and manufacturing-related services sector.

Positioned against the backdrop of the burgeoning influence of IR4.0 technology, the imperatives of climate change and sustainability, demographic transitions and the global interconnectivity of value chains, NIMP 2030 stands poised to foster a collaborative relationship between the government and the private sector. Its ambitious mission: To transform Malaysia’s industrial landscape over the next seven years.

After the success of this year’s Circular Economy Conference (CEC), Star Media Group and UOB Malaysia are joining forces once again to present a post-CEC seminar titled “Resilience of the Supply Chain within the New Industrial Master Plan (NIMP) 2030”.

The seminar will be held on Nov 27 from 2pm to 4pm at UOB Plaza 1, Kuala Lumpur, and promises a deep dive into the ripple effects and implications of NIMP 2030 on Malaysia’s supply chain.

This seminar is aimed at SMEs and entrepreneurs looking to green their value chains or grow their trade through ESG financing.

Opening Address

Ho Hui Ming, Executive Director and Country Head of Business Banking, UOB Malaysia.

Topic 1: Sustainable Trade Finance: Advancing Malaysia’s Trade Ecosystem

Janet Lee Moh Cheun, Head of Trade Sales and Financial Supply Chain Management, UOB Malaysia.

Delve into the innovative strategies and practices shaping Malaysia’s trade industry as the government pushes for a balance between economic growth and environmental responsibility.

Topic 2: NIMP 2030: The Support for SMEs

Sivasuriyamoorthy Sundara Raja, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Investment Promotion and Facilitation, Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA)

Uncover the tailored strategies and initiatives within NIMP 2030 aimed at propelling SMEs to the forefront of Malaysia’s industrial transformation.

Panel Discussion: NIMP 2030: The Push for Net Zero

Panelist 1: Heng Boon Liang, Managing Director, Eleaps Sdn Bhd

Panelist 2: Dr Tee Wu Shun, Head, Group Strategy Development, Samaiden Group Bhd

Panelist 3: Surayu Susah, Director of Strategic Planning & Policy Advocacy (Manufacturing) Division, Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA)

Moderator: Datuk Koong Lin Loong, Treasurer General, Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM)

Engage with the panellists as they explore the transformative measures propelling Malaysia’s industrial landscape toward a greener future by mitigating environmental impact and fostering sustainability.

“NIMP 2030 is a critical catalyst for companies to reshape and advance towards a sustainable future in Malaysia,” said Ms Ho Hui Ming, Executive Director and Country Head of Business Banking, UOB Malaysia.

“As a strong proponent of sustainability, UOB Malaysia goes beyond providing green financing and solutions to make it easier for SMEs to foster a sustainable business. Join us in this seminar where you can gain insights into how NIMP 2030 affects businesses, learn best practices from industry advocates and enhance business competitiveness.”

Registration is free. Join Malaysia’s industrial transformation at https://bit.ly/cecseminar_8

This event is an educational initiative by Star Media Group to drive the nation’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) agenda.

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