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KUALA LUMPUR: Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd is hopeful that the elevation of the aerospace industry as one of the strategic industries under the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP) will benefit its aerospace division parked under wholly-owned Serba Dinamik Group Bhd (SDGB).
SDGB was not a new player in the aerospace segment, according to Serba Dinamik, adding that it had a strong objective and vision on how to lift the industry to greater heights.
“Serba Dinamik is always forward looking and will support Malaysia’s inspiration to develop aerospace business which could propel economic growth and generate high skilled worker,” its group managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullah said.
“More broadly, Serba Dinamik could leverage its expertise to facilitate the government’s efforts to realise the Fourth Industrial Revolution by attracting more foreign investments to the Malaysian shores.”
A 12MP document released by the Economic Planning Unit on Monday shows that the aerospace industry was among strategic industries to propel Malaysia into the high technology trajectory, generating RM30 billion revenue by 2025 from RM11.6 billion in 2020.
Under the 12MP, the government envisaged that the industry would create 30,000 jobs over the next five years and undergo transformation to produce more complex products and services.
SDBG, currently in compliance with the AS9100 certification (a widely adopted and standardised quality management system for the aerospace industry), aspires to become a prominent aerospace industry player in Malaysia by specialising in areas such as machining, assembly and special process for aerostructure and aero engine.
This is by way of further acquiring extensive international certification such as NADCAP (National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Programme), Customer Approval, DPD/MBD (Digital Product Definition/ Model Based Definition) and AMO (Accredited Management Organisation).
“Our focus is MRO (maintenance, repair and operations) and manufacturing of metallic component by machining as well as solid engineering capabilities to develop manufacturing processes and tooling required, and concurrent engineering to support our clients in programmes at manufacturing phases,” Abdul Karim said.
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