The largest substation houses 2 units of transformers originating from China that are intended to power the RM8.5 billion manufacturing facility.

AT&S Installs The Largest Substation In Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah

AT&S Malaysia welcomes the delivery of two (2) units of 132KV transformers that weigh 160 tons each in its plant at Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah. Originating from China, the transformers have the capacity of generating 80MVA each and consequently are capable to power the full Phase 1 of AT&S Malaysia greenfield project, comprising of two […]

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AT&S Malaysia and Exyte celebrated the completion of 10,000 piles for its greenfield project in Kulim Hi-Tech Park.

AT&S Malaysia Completes 10,000 Piles Within 10 Weeks

AT&S Malaysia celebrated the completion of 10,000 piles for its greenfield project in the Kulim Hi-Tech Park Phase 4, on 23 February 2022. The success is attributed to the enormous team effort contributed by both AT&S and Exyte, the Project Manager. The construction for AT&S Malaysia‘s manufacturing facility commenced in November 2021. A total of […]

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AT&S signs MOU with NUR Power for the supply of renewable energy for its manufacturing facility in Kulim Hi-Technology Park.

AT&S Goes Renewable Energy In Malaysia

AT&S has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with NUR Power, the dedicated Independent Power Utility for Kulim Hi-Tech Park (KHTP), to procure supply of renewable energy (RE) for its upcoming Malaysian plant in KHTP, Kedah, Malaysia. AT&S has in June, 2021 announced its investment of RM8.5 billion to set up its new high-end […]

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AT&S commences piling work for Phase 1 of High Technology Manufacturing Facility in Kulim Hi-Technology Park, Malaysia.

AT&S Starts Work For Phase 1 Of High Technology Manufacturing Facility

AT&S Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is delighted to announce the start of the piling work for Phase 1 of the new Integrated Circuit (IC) Substrates manufacturing facility in Kulim Hi-Technology Park, Kedah, on 1 November 2021. “For a land area spanning 56 acres, in Phase 1 about 15,600 piles are needed for […]

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