Pursuant to the release of a revised Guidelines in June 2021 followed by an announcement from Ministry of International Trade & Industry early July 2021, a meeting was held by the association on 8 July 2021 with members and associates across t
We wish to express our sincere gratitude to YB Dato’ Sri and respected officers from Department of Environment – YBrs Dr. Nagulendran a/l Kangayatkarasu, Deputy Secretary General; YBrs. Pn. Norlin binti Jaafar, Director General; and En.
马来西亚有色金属总商会谨对YB拿督斯里以及来自马来西亚环境部的官员们 — 副秘书长YBrs Nagulendran a/l Kangayatkarasu博士、局长YBrs. Norlin binti Jaafar女士以及吉打州总监Norazizi bin Adinan先生拨冗参与这次的线上会议表示衷心的感谢。
June 4 - Proposed restrictions on imports of scrap metal into Malaysia would see the Southeast Asian country lose out to its neighbours on much-needed investment in recycling, industry association officials said on Friday.
Throughout 2021, prices for aluminum, copper and other types of nonferrous scrap have trended upward, with processors and traders citing global demand outpacing supply as a prevailing factor.
Once again, potential threats to the transboundary movement of scrap fell under the spotlight at today’s online meeting of the BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division, hosted by its President David Chiao of Uni-All Group Ltd and featuring a panel discussi
Malaysia Non-Ferrous Metals Association (“MNMA”), together with delegates from Hanwa (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd made a visit to SIRIM QAS International Sdn Bhd (“SIRIM”) to seek clarification following MNMA’s feedback submission on recent issuance of prop
马来西亚有色金属总商会(MNMA)和 HANWA SDN BHD 的代表一同拜访了马来西亚工业标准研究院 ¹ (SIRIM),主要是商讨和厘清近期 SIRIM 所发布有关“马来西亚金属废料进口和检验指南”。这也是继 2021 年 3 月 12 日总商会安排会员、有关利益相关者及受邀嘉宾和 SIRIM 的线上会议以及总商会在 2021 年 3 月 15 日向 SIRIM 提呈的反馈报告后,总商会和 SIRIM 的第二次会议。
SINGAPORE: Malaysia’s non-ferrous metals players are joining forces to promote their scrap processing business as clean amid growing environmental alarm over recycling, seeking to cling on to a trade that has grown fast as China’s import curbs div