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This is to inform on 14 and 18 June 2018, most of MTIB licensing staffs are taking leave to celebrate Hari Raya. MTIB licensing operation are working normally as usual. However exporters/exporter agents are advised to avoid the dates and plan earlier for application of export licence to avoid late processing and approval of export licence. Please ensure that before submitting the export licence for approval, all details are fill-in CORRECTLY. No changes or dates requested will be entertain after the export licence are approved.

 

Thank you. 

 

 

 

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Soft Loan for Small & Medium Enterprises (SLSME)

  1. Provides assistance to existing as well as new start-up companies in project, fixed assets and working capital financing
  2. Assisting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) which are operating in unlicensed premise to relocate their operations to legal industrial sites or premise
  3. Assisting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to improve their competitiveness, efficiency and productivity through the adoption of ICT in business management and operations

Scope of Funding

  1. Financing existing as well as new start-up in project, fixed assets and working capital financing
  2. Provides assistance for SMEs, including graduates of rehabilitation and incubation to open/relocate/expand their business through acquisition of factory/business premises
  3. Provides assistance for SMEs to use ICT to improve competitiveness, efficiency and productivity

Eligibility Criteria : 
SMEs incorporated under the Companies Act 1965 or Registration of Business Ordinance 1956

  1. At least 60% equity held by Malaysians
  2. SMEs with shareholding not exceeding 20% held by public-listed companies
  3. Companies to be located at approved location without having to close down the existing operation/premises
  4. Possess valid premises license

Sectors : 
Manufacturing, Services (excluding insurance and financial service) and Manufacturing related Services
Amount : 
Minimum RM50,000 and Maximum RM3 million.

Eligible Expenses :

  1. Project, fixed assets and working capital, Costs incurred for initial store renovation and upgrade of store display for retail trade and Working capital

Per Cent Financing:

  1. Fixed Assets - Up to 90% of the cost for new assets and Up to 65% for used/reconditioned equipment which shall not be more than 5 years old.
  2. Working Capital - Up to 80% for Sales Revolving Credit (SRC) and Up to 100% for Purchase Revolving Credit (PRC).

Tenure:-

  1. Land and building - up to 15 years including grace period of up to 2 years.
  2. Machinery and equipment - up to 6 years including grace period of up to 1 year.
  3. IT Equipment - up to 4 years including grace period of up to 1 year.
  4. Working Capital Financing:
    • - Purchase PRC & SRC - up to 150 days for each drawdown including an option to rollover for a period not exceeding 60 days for eligible borrowers

Interest Rate : 
4 % per annum on yearly rest
Grant Provider : SME Corp, for more information, please contact    En.Fadzlan Bin Abu Bakar, Head (Sales & Marketing) Level 15,  Menara MIDF, 82 Jalan Raja Chulan, ,Kuala Lumpur

Soft Loan Scheme for Automation and Modernisation (SLSAM)

     i.   Encourage industries to modernise and automate their manufacturing processes
     ii.  Upgrade production capability and capacity; and
     iii. Assist companies in:
                             a) minimising dependence on labour intensive activities and foreign labour;
                             b) diversifying into higher value-added activities; and
                             c) rationalising and streamlining their operations through mergers and acquisition.

SMEs incorporated under the Companies Act 1965 or Registration of Business Ordinance 1956

  1. At least 60% equity held by Malaysians
  2. Possess valid business license
  3. In operation for at least 2 years

Sector : 
Manufacturing
Amount : 
Minimum RM100,000 and Maximum RM5 million per application Priority will be given to first time applications

Eligible Items : 

Industrial Adjustment Financing for:

    1. Purchase of new or reconditioned machinery and equipment*.
    2. Purchase of software and computer peripherals related to the industrial adjustment process.
    3. Purchase of new machinery, plant and equipment for the purpose of diversification into higher value-added activities.
    4. Costs related to the installation, commissioning and related training as well as maintenance of the machinery and equipment.
    5. Expenses related to undertake service related to mergers and acquisitions (M&A) such as registration fees and payment for services by investment bankers.

         

Automation** Financing for:

  1. Purchase of new or reconditioned automation related machinery and equipment.
  2. Cost related to the installation, commissioning and related training as well as maintenance of the machinery and equipment for investment in automational.
  3. Purchase of software and computer peripherals related to the development of the automation system.
  4. Purchase of energy-saving machinery and equipment or devices which are directly installed in, or form part of, the production line or process which result in cost savings.

Energy Saving

  1. Purchase of energy-saving machinery and equipment or devices which are directly installed in, or form part of, the production line or process and which will result in cost savings..

Note:
* for reconditioned machinery and equipment, the age shall not be more than 5 years old
** the above activities must result in a reduced number of foreign workers employed

Per Cent Financing :   
Up to 85% for new machinery and equipment, Up to 60% for reconditioned machinery and equipmentand Up to 70% for services engaged by the company for the mergers and acquisitions. 
Tenure :  
5 to 7 years including grace period of up to 1 year
Interest Rate : 
4 % on yearly rest
Grant Provider : 
SME Corporation, for more information, please contact    En. Fadzlan Bin Abu Bakar, Head (Sales & Marketing) Level 15,  Menara MIDF,   82 Jalan Raja Chulan

           

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Mara Business Financing

      i.         Scope / Objective

  • - To assist bumiputera entrepreneurs in starting or expending their business
  • - Financing is based on Islamic principle and thus free from interest (riba)

      ii.         Funding Amount

  • - Financing limit tp RM 500,000

      iii.       Eligibility Criteria
                 General Criteria

  • - Malaysian Citizen, 18 years and above and Malay or Bumiputera origin
  • - Possess the necessary knowledge and skill to run business
  • - Able to contribute at least 10 % for the total project cost
  • - Applicants should be actively involved in managing the business
  • - Applicant with less than 6 month experience have to undergo a basic entrepreneurship training programme conducted by MARA or others recognized agencies.

       iv.        Application

  • - Application can be submitted using form RP2 which is available at the nearest MARA District and State Office.

                Contact
                   Bahagian Pembiayaan Perniagaan
                   Tingkat 8, Ibupejabat MARA
                   21, Jalan Raja Laut
                   50609 Kuala Lumpur

                   Tel    :  03- 2691 5111
                   Faks :  03- 2694 2919/ 2691 5475
                   Web : www.mara.gov.my

  • MGR 1984 EDITION HAS BEEN REVISED +

    Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB) is pleased to announce the release of the new edition of the Malaysian Grading Rules for Sawn Hardwood Timber (MGR). The 2009 Edition supersedes the previous edition and comes into effect from July 2009.

    The timber fraternity throughout the world is well aware of the MGR and its crucial role in raising the profile of the Malaysian timber industry as a supplier of quality hardwood timber. It is well recognised by the international market and is used by several countries as a reference document for sawn timber grading.

    The previous edition (1984) had to be revised to keep abreast with market requirements as well as to accommodate technological advancements and R & D accomplishments. In addition to the inclusion of provisions to accommodate these developments, this edition has added the Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation (STIDC) as the Grading Authority for Sarawak. Further, administrative requirements contained in the rules have been removed. Any administrative or procedural requirements henceforth will be issued as and when required, in the form of circulars or bulletins.

    Among the notable changes made to this edition are :-

    1. The Grade Mark has been changed from FD (reference to Forestry Department) to MTIB, since MTIB is the Grading Authority in Malaysia.

    2. A new specification for the grading of Door and Window Frames has been added to accommodate the increasing demand for these products, especially from European market.

    3. The Prime Wide and Panels specification has been deleted as this specification has not been used and is unlikely to be ever used.

    4. The term Large Scantlings and Squares has been replaced with Baulks.

    5. Section J (Stress Grading) has been deleted since a Malaysian Standard, MS 1714: 2003 “Specification for visual strength grading of tropical hardwood timber” has been developed and contains provisions for stress grading of timber.

    For ease of reference on the changes made to the 1984 edition, a supplementary explanatory note is attached as an Annex to this edition.

  • ANNEX - MGR for Sawntimber Hardwood Timber 2009 Edition +

    ANNEX

    MALAYSIAN GRADING RULES FOR SAWN HARDWOOD TIMBER 2009 EDITION

    AMENDMENTS TO MGR 1984 EDITION

    This Annex is issued to guide users on the significant amendments made to the MGR 1984 edition.  It does not include minor changes that do not affect the substantive aspects of the Rules.

    In line with the intention of making this edition of the MGR a purely grading document, all Rules and provisions which are advisory and administrative in nature have been removed.  These Rules and provisions shall be issued, if necessary, in other appropriate guidelines or circulars.

     No. MGR 1984  Amendments  MGR 2009 Edition  Remarks 
     1 Format and presentation

     a. The general format of the MGR including the numbering of paragraphs is restructured.

     b. The Rules in Section A (General Information On The  Timbers Available) and Section B (General Information On The Rules) in Part I are interchanged.

      To rearrange the Rules in the right sequence. 
     PART 1    
     2  

    Rule 1, page 8

    (The Classification of Malaysian Timbers)

     The contents are divided into 2 paragraphs.   Rule 6 For ease of reference. 
     3  

    Rule 5, page 8

    (The Seasoning of Timber)

     This Rule is integrated with Rule 24.  Rule 14  Both Rules are related to drying of timber. 
     4  

    Rule 7, page 9

    (Application of the Rules)

     a. The Note in Appendix 1 of MGR 1984, Part 1-D,  Softwoods, page 55 is incorporated into this Rule.

     b. A new provision has been added to clarify that Teak,  Rubberwood and Acacia may be graded under separate  Rules.

     c. The Note on page 7 is incorporated into Rule 1.

     

    Rule 1

    Rule 1

    Rule 1

     

     a. The contents in the Note are  relevant and appropriate to be  designated as a Rule.

     b. Teak and Rubberwood have  separate grading rules. Acacia  may be graded under grading  guidelines for plantation timbers.

     c. The contents in the Note are  relevant and appropriate to be  designated as a Rule.

     
     5  

    Rule 8, page 9

    (Interpretation)

    The status of STIDC as the Grading Authority in Sarawak is clarified.   Rule 2 STIDC undertakes this responsibility in Sarawak. 
     6  

    Rule 9, page 9

    (Export to certain countries restricted to graded timber)

    Listing of countries as specified and unspecified is removed.   All countries are regarded as high quality markets. 
  • List of Grader (Grade V) +

    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Abdullah Sani (674 - 8) 46, Jalan Teratai 1/10, Taman Bukit Teratai, 56100 KUALA LUMPUR.
      2 Agha Khan Abd Rahman (746 - 5) 204-2-13, Sri Suajaya Condominium,51000 Sentul,KUALA LUMPUR.
      3 Low Chee Hock (1080 - 8) Aikbee Samwill Sdn Bhd, 61/2 miles, Jalan Kepong, 55200 KUALA LUMPUR.
      4 Poon Chee Keong (264 - 8) No.9, Jalan Bijak, Taman Connaught, Jalan Cheras, 56000 KUALA LUMPUR.
      5 Tan Beng Hian (994 - 8) D2-19, Jalan Maju 2/1, Taman Lembah Maju,56100 KUALA LUMPUR.
      6 Tan Chin Hong (421 - 8) No.3-1, Jalan Cumarasami, Batu 31/2, Off Jalan Ipoh, 51100 KUALA LUMPUR.
      7 Wong Pang Wing (396 - 5) 111-3,Jalan 1/91, Taman Shamelin Perkasa, Cheras 56100 KUALA LUMPUR.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 David Abraham (648 - 5) No. 86, Jalan SS 17/3B 47500 Subang Jaya,SELANGOR.
      2 Kong Kin Tang (738 - 6) 3, Jalan Sulaiman,43000 Kajang, SELANGOR.
      3 Mohd Hashim @ Mohd Kazim Kamaruzaman (361 - 6) Lot 1142, Jalan Hj. Zam Zam,Batu 71/2, Ulu Klang,68000 Ampang SELANGOR.
      4 Mohd Nasir Mohd Natar (738 - 6) No. 15, Lorong Sri Demak 13, Taman Sri Andalas, 41200 Klang SELANGOR.
      5 Othman Talib (473 - 6) 51, Jalan SR 8/6,Taman Putera Indah, 43300 Seri Kembangan SELANGOR.
      6 Ramdzan Natar (527 - 8) No. 19, Jalan Bubu,19/27, Seksyen 19,40300 Shah Alam SELANGOR.
      7 Soh Boon Hoe (993 - 5) 76, Jalan 4,Pandamaran Jaya, 42000 Port Klang,SELANGOR.
      8 Yap Ah Kow (731 - 6) 12, Jalan Aman, Taman Aman,Telok Panglima Garang,42500 Kuala Langat,SELANGOR.
      9 Hamdan Mohamad Said (687 - 6) No. 23, Jalan 17/10, Taman Koperasi Polis Fasa 1, 68100 Batu Caves SELANGOR.
      10 Ho Hee Fatt (316 - 6) E 112, Lorong Jati Perak 1,Taman Bukit,43000 Kajang SELANGOR.
      11 Wong Tzyy Haur (1036 - 6) 723, Jalan Kundor,Pandamaran, 42000 Port Klang,SELANGOR.
      12 Yusni Lamidi (988 - 6) No. 302, Blok 6,Jalan Nelayan 19/15, Seksyen 19, Shah Alam SELANGOR.
      13 Looi Weng Lok (843 -) No. 55, Lorong Batu Nilam 28F,Bandar Bukit Tinggi,41200 Klang SELANGOR.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Mohamad Zulkafli Yaacob
      (397 - 6)
      191, Taman Bukit Chedang, 703000 Seremban, NEGERI SEMBILAN.
      2 Omar Abd Razak (390 - 8) No.198,Jalan Tan 1/10, Taman T.Ampuan Najiha,71450 Sg. Gadut, Seremban, NEGERI SEMBILAN.
      3 Tee Cheng Bok (869 - 8) Everprime Timber Ind. Product Sdn Bhd, Batu 3, Jalan Tampin, 73400 Gemas, NEGERI SEMBILAN.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Gerald Dionysius (249 - 8) 286-L, Lorong 7,Ujong Pasir, 75050 MELAKA.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Soo Poh Lin @ Soh Poh Lin (915 - 8) 32, Jalan Rusa, Taman Mohd Yassin, 86200 Simpang Renggam JOHOR.
      2 Tang Soon Teck (800 - 8) No. 2, Jalan Asrama, 86000 Kluang JOHOR.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Yong Tai Lim (379 - 5) Nemsu Sdn Bhd,1st Floor, Lorong Cengai Hijau,Taman Bersatu,09000 Kulim KEDAH.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Hj. Mohd Nasier Hj. Mohd Yusof (678 - 6) Kilang Papan Thong Mee Ching Kee Sdn Bhd,30, Lorong Lahat,30200 Ipoh PERAK.
      2 Jalaludin Hj. Abu Bakar (742 - 6) No. 52, Laluan Intan 2,Taman Intan 33300 Grik PERAK.
      3 Chong Yew Tong (415 - 6) Kilang Papan Thong Mee Ching Kee Sdn Bhd, 30, Lorong Lahat,30200 Ipoh PERAK.
      4 Mohd Khairi Ahmad (540 - 5) No. 52, Laluan Intan 2,Taman Intan 33300 Grik PERAK.
      5 Abd Rahim Hashim (480 - 8) Kilang Papan Thong Mee Ching Kee Sdn Bhd, 30, Lorong Lahat,30200 Ipoh PERAK.
      6 Abdul Kahar Abdul Wahab (698 - 5) No. 52, Laluan Intan 2,Taman Intan 33300 Grik PERAK.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Kuang Yoon Quan (425 - 8) A-2292, Lrg. Kubang Buaya 51,Jalan Kubang Buaya,25250 Kuantan PAHANG.
      2 Low Chun Fatt (253 - 8) B-2190, Jalan Hoe Lek,25300 Kuantan PAHANG.
      3 Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Ali (348 - 6) B-2376, Taman LKNP,Lorong Sekilau 15, Bukit Sekilau,25200 Kuantan,PAHANG.
      4 Mozamil Abdul Manaf (589 - 6) No. 13, Jalan T/J 4/1,Taman Temerloh Jaya,28000 Temerloh PAHANG.
      5 Ng Chai Kiat (791 - 8) 52, Taman Karak Jaya,28600 Karak PAHANG.
      6 Rasdi Abdul Kadir (366 - 6) B-1234, Lorong Galing 102,Air Putih Park, 25300 Kuantan PAHANG.
      7 Sheik Maarof Abd Kadir (489 - 6) No. 30, Lorong 10,Sg. Isap Perdana, 24150 Kuantan PAHANG.
      8 Suhaimin Hj. Omar (486 - 5) A-6926, Lorong Kubang Buaya 33,Taman Kubang Buaya,25050 Kuantan PAHANG.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Foo Chew Pock (452 - 6) 972-1, Pengkalan Sir, 24000 Kemaman,TERENGGANU.
      2 Husin Che Endut(1022 - 6) Lot 22414, Kg. Geliga Besar, Jalan Kemaman/Kuantan, 24000 Kemaman TERENGGANU.
      3 Kamarudin Idris(383 - 6) MPKT 16648, Taman Setia Jaya,Gong Badak 21300 Kuala Terengganu,TERENGGANU.
      4 Maludin Ismail (751 - 5) No. 2236, kg. Baru Butut,21700 Kuala Berang,TERENGGANU.
      5 Mohd Nordin Ngah (1031 - 5) 2005-2, Jalan Damai,Kg. Air Jobor Kubor, 24000 Kuala Terengganu,TERENGGANU.
      6 Syed Abdul Halim (690 - 6) 1704, Jalan Panji Alam,21100 Kuala Terengganu,TERENGGANU.
      7 Wan Mohd Nor Hitam (448 - 6) 2577, Bukit Bayas,21100 Kuala Terengganu,TERENGGANU.
      8 Zakaria Khalid (583 - 6) Pura Tanjung Sabtu,5728, Kampong Tj. Sabtu,Manir, 21200 TERENGGANU.
    • No. Name (C.O.C No.- grade code) Address
      1 Ong Heng Cheong (260 - 8) 275, Taman Desa Raya,16250 Wakaf Bharu,KELANTAN.
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