Johor Bahru, Malaysia, July 2020 –  Integrated industrial space solutions provider
AME Elite Consortium Berhad (AME, the Group, 腾宇集团, Bloomberg: AME:MK; Reuters: AMEE.KL) has been commissioned by HQ Pack Sdn Bhd (HQ Pack) to construct its expanded facility in i-Park@Indahpura, which would expand the latter’s capabilities to capture a greater share of Asia’s high-technology packaging market.

Built adjacent to its current premises in i-Park@Indahpura, the integrated facility of approximately 60,000 sq ft built-up area would encompass a production factory, cleanroom, warehouse and office block. The expansion is targeted for completion in the second half of 2021.

Apart from its headquarters in the Netherlands, HQ Pack also has branches in Singapore and the United States of America. It develops, produces, manages, and distributes packaging for high-quality and fragile industrial products for leading companies in the semiconductor, electronics, medical, optical, aerospace, machine construction, and mechanical components sectors.

Mr Simon Lee– Executive Director of AME Elite Consortium Berhad (right)
Mr Fadi Younis – Managing Director HQ Pack Malaysia & Singapore (centre)
Dato’ George Stewart LaBrooy – Director of Axis AME IP Sdn. Bhd. (left)*

“To date, multinational corporations from across Europe, the Americas and Asia
make up 86% of our clientele in i-Park@Indahpura, attesting to the quality of our services from the design and construction of industrial buildings, to the overall environment and management of the industrial park.

This continued vote of confidence from HQ Pack Malaysia over the years indicates that our suite of integrated industrial solutions is aligned to our customer’s growth aspirations; and even more so as HQ Pack intends to achieve holistic and high-efficiency operations with this purpose-built facility.

Furthermore, being entrusted with this undertaking amidst a challenging economic backdrop bodes well for the continued vibrancy of i-Park@Indahpura, and cements Malaysia’s favourable position as a Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) magnet. We are optimistic that our industrial park and the state will enjoy the positive multiplier effects hereafter.”

“To date, multinational corporations from across Europe, the Americas and Asia make up 86% of our clientele in i-Park@Indahpura, attesting to the quality of our services from the design and construction of industrial buildings to the overall environment and management of the industrial park. This continued vote of confidence from HQ Pack Malaysia over the years indicates that our suite of integrated industrial solutions is aligned to our customer’s growth aspirations; and even more so as HQ Pack intends to achieve holistic and high-efficiency operations with this purpose-built facility. Furthermore, being entrusted with this undertaking amidst a challenging economic backdrop bodes well for the continued vibrancy of i-Park@Indahpura, and cements Malaysia’s favourable position as a Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) magnet. We are optimistic that our industrial park and the state will enjoy the positive multiplier effects hereafter.” – Simon Lee, Executive Director of AME Elite Consortium Berhad

The groundbreaking ceremony for HQ Pack’s expanded facility in i-Park@Indahpura was attended by Mr. Fadi Younis, the Managing Director of HQ Pack Malaysia and Singapore; Mr. Simon Lee, Executive Director of AME; and Dato’ George Stewart LaBrooy, Director of Axis AME IP Sdn Bhd.

i-Park@Indahpura, launched in 2011, is an award-winning, gated and guarded full-service industrial park in Johor spanning 205 acres. It is home to numerous Malaysian and international companies across various sectors, including aerospace, electronics, oil and gas, consumer and food products.

AME is currently constructing two integrated industrial parks in Johor: i-Park@Indahpura (Phase 3) and i-Park@Senai Airport City (Phases 1, 2, and 3). Both industrial parks feature custom-built industrial buildings within a well-planned gated and guarded compound, complemented by recreational facilities and workers’ dormitories.

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