Khamis, 17 Mac 2011

71 Juta vs 7 Billion!

Satu turnover dia hanya 71 juta dan satu lagi ialah 7 Billion. Tetapi kedua-duanya menjalankan atau menguruskan perniagaan yang hampir sama... High Technology Park.

71 Juta hanyalah 0.1% dari 7 Billion. Inilah hakikatnya performance KTPC yang menguruskan KHTP yang dihuni oleh syarikat berteknologi tinggi seperti Intel, Infineon, First Solar, Silterra, Fuji, Entegris, Celestica dan lain-lain lagi.

Mungkin TPM besarrrrrrr tapi KHTP keciiiiiiik. Tapi hakikatnya pelaburan yang berada di KHTP sudah melebihi puluhan billion ringgit. Amat janggal jika sebuah syarikat yang menguruskan sebuah taman bernilai billion ringgit hanya memperolehi turnover/revenue setakat 71 juta sahaja. Itu belum pure profit selepas ditolak kos, tax dan pelbagai lagi. 

EBITD KTPC difahamkan hanya 17 juta. Jika inilah keuntungan sebenarnya KTPC, sesiapapun boleh menjadi Presiden KTPC. Duduk tidur dalam pejabat di KTPC pun boleh masuk 17 juta.

Kita lihat apa yang dipaparkan oleh DKS disini.


"Thank You For Removing My Headache".

Inilah yg diucapkan oleh CEO Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) kpd Datuk Shukri apabila mengetahui bahawa Vice Presidentnya Tuan Haji Anuar Mohd Safar (THAMS) akan ke KHTP pada November 1999. Masa tu Datuk Shukri belum tahu lagi apa yg dimaksudkan oleh CEO TPM tu. Tapi setelah lima tahun lebih barulah Datuk Shukri tahu sebabnya.

Inilah yg aku cuba didedahkan. THAMS yg sekarang ditatang bagai minyak yg penuh oleh Hj Sobri di KHTP,  malah akan mengikut segala apa yg dicadang oleh THAMS ni.  Sekarang sesuai dengan peredaran zaman politik Kedah.  Dari sumber2 yg diperolehi, Datuk Shukri menyesal ambik kawan dia masuk (walau pun mereka pernah belajar satu U dulu di Missouri University, US).

OK, beralih kita pada senario semasa.  Di bawah ni aku paparkan berita terkini Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) dari website Bernama semalam (5 Mac 2011).




March 05, 2011 13:41 PM
Technology Park Malaysia's Turnover This Year To Exceed 2010's RM6.47 Billion
By Premalatha Jayaraman

KUALA LUMPUR, March 5 (Bernama) -- Technology Park Malaysia (TPM), the country's innovation hotspot, expects an increased turnover this year from the RM6.47 billion chalked up last year, driven by brisk demand from incubatees and tenants for its wide range of support and services.

Its Vice President, Business Development and Corporate Services Division, Ahmad Husni Johari, attributed TPM's superlative showing to its tenancy rate which was always at the maximum level.

"Our occupancy rate is at 98 per cent, people are now queuing up for space but there is not enough (space)," he said during a briefing on TPM to Bernama led by its Editor-in-Chief Datuk Yong Soo Heong recently.

Even more important, besides the numbers was TPM's success in transforming incubatees and tenants into successful entrepreneurs and technopreneurs able to compete in the marketplace.

These people have gained immensely after their ideas were turned into commercially successfull products by no less than TPM, which is Malaysia's most advanced and comprehensive centre for research and development (R&D).

Another feather in its cap was "TPM having created jobs for 9,792 professionals last year compared with 8,573 in 2008 with about 1,000 individuals having secured their services," he said.

Ahmad Husni said those who sought their services included a wide spectrum of budding entrepreneurs including women and graduates keen to crystallise their ideas via R&D mainly in biotechnology activities, ICT and engineering technology.

Among products which TPM provided R&D and ultimately commercialised them successfully included "Superbest Power" coffee, "Forest Secret" beauty products, "Jamu Mak Dara," a detoxification herbal product as well as "Dunia Herbs," which are cosmetic and healthcare products.

A technological engineering product that was part of TPM's innovative programme was the user-friendly outboard motor known as "Red1" designed by a former fisherman and marine engineering entreprenuer, Ridzuan Hashim, for coastal fishing.

Public-listed companies which have made it big such as Iris Corporation, Patimas Bhd and Green Packet have had their beginnings as clients of TPM and have emerged as vibrant full-fledged technology business entities.

He said TPM not only provided space but also facilitated business coaching, mentoring, consultancy and training for entrepreneurs in information and communication technology, technology as well as biotechnology.

Two major projects that would expand TPM's activities include a RM65 million Herbal Biotech Centre in Raub, Pahang, and a fruit centre in Perlis.

It is also building bridges in innovation with Indonesia whereby about six researchers are now using TPM facilities to conduct research into the benefits of the leaf from the Paliasa tree for cancer treatment.

This was the culmination of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's visit to Makassar in South Sulawesi in 2009 where a memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed between TPM and Indonesia's Universitas Hasanuddin (UNHAS).

Under the MOU, UNHAS researchers would be allowed to use TPM's laboratories and herbal processing facilities in Raub.

Meanwhile, Azrai Shuib, Head of Incubation and Technopreneurs Development, Park Management and Services Division, said: "SMEs can bring their ideas and we will help turn them into products. They can use the facilities that are available here."

TPM Biotech, set up in 2004, provides a complete range of services to local and international clients in product development, manufacturing and marketing for nutraceutical and health products, he said.

"Its Herbal Biotech Centre in Raub is a processing centre where all semi-finished and finished herbal-based products are produced," said Azrai, adding that TPM Biotech's facility focusing on fruits in Perlis was expected to be fully operational by year-end.

Established in 1996, TPM is a key agency of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation that serves to promote innovation, know-how and commercialisation activities in industries.
-- BERNAMA


Berbalik kita pada KHTP, kita buat perbandingan sekarang iaitu berdasarkan statistik P&C yg saya perolehi dari salah seorang Tuan Haji yg sudah fed up dengan Tuan Haji Sobri, Awang dan Anuar (hampa carila sendiri, tapi yg sah dia ni pakai ketayap dan PAS dahulu, kini selamanya).

Turnover/Perolehan/Revenue ( 2010): KHTP/KTPC -  RM71.6 million/juta
Turnover/Perolehan/Revenue (2010)TPM - RM6.47 billion
Unaudited ‘10
RM’mill
Estimate ‘11
RM’mill
   Revenue
71.60
103.86
   Cost of Sales
(35.57)
(68.05)
      Gross Profit
36.03
35.81
   Operating Expenses
(12.92)
(19.81)
      Operating Profit
23.11
16.00
      Non-Operating Revenue
1.18
1.12
      Non-Operating Costs
(0.48)
(0.58)
    PROFIT BEFORE TAX
23.81
16.54
      Taxation
(6.19)
(4.30)
    PROFIT AFTER
    TAX
17.62
12.24
(sumber dalaman KTPC: Hj XXXXXXXX)

Inilah hasil jika kita bekerja keras. TPM perolehannya berbillion jika dibandingkan dengan KTPC dalam jutaan saja. Dan dijangkakan tahun ini perolehan ini akan melebihi angka 6.24 billion tu. Mai kita pakat2 banyangkan…. Inilah 'benchmark' atau tanda aras untuk Tuan Hj Sobri, bukannya menjaja slide Powerpoint yg menunjukkan cumulative investment di KHTP. Patutla KHTP masih tak boleh perform, kerana masih ada 'headache' atau sakit kepala akan THAMS ni.

Sekali lagi di sini aku ingatkan berita dan perbandingan ini adalah berdasarkan FAKTA dan bukannya AUTA. Kalau nak dengar AUTA sila jumpa Tn Hj Sobri Osman. 

Cuba kita tengok pulak apa yg dah Datuk Shukri (mantan CEO KHTP) dah dapatkan utk Johor:




Senai Hi-tech park to focus on three areas.
01 SEPTEMBER 2010 , BY THE STAR

Hi-tech manufacturing, R&D and services deemed key drivers for Senai project.

Senai High Tech Park Sdn Bhd (SHTP), the operator of Senai Hi-Tech Park project, is focusing on three key areas as the driving factors to spearhead the development of the park.

They are the high-tech manufacturing activities, the research and development (R&D) activities and the professional services and human capital development.

Chief executive officer Datuk Ahmad Shukri Tajuddin said the three would be the core industrial activities at the Senai Park comparable to semiconductor in Penang and wafer clusters in Kedah’s Kulim Hi-Tech Park.

“We want to develop and establish clusters of industries in the southern region with the park as a catalyst focusing on capital intensive investments,’’he said in an interview with StarBiz.

Ahmad Shukri said SHTP would target companies in hi-tech manufacturing activities – 
hi-end electrical and electronics, semiconductor, photonics, optoelectronics, nanotechnology, alternative energy sources and green technology.

To date, it has received RM60mil investment from an industrial gas provider from MOX-Linde Gases Sdn Bhd, RM1.5bil from South Korea solar cell modules producer STX Corp and RM1.7bil from China’s solar modules company EQ International.

He said infrastructure work at the hi-tech park was progressing well and the hi-tech park would be partially operational in March next year.

Ahmad Shukri said that as part of the Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd (SATS) integrated development project, the company would also target these activities – operational headquarters, international procurement centres, regional distribution centres, aircraft related activities, logistics and packaging.

The SATS’s multi-billion ringgit Senai Airport City project to be developed over 10 years next to Senai Airport spanning over 1,099ha comprises three main components. They are residential, commercial and hospitality amenities located on 264ha, free zone industrial and logistics park on 375ha and the hi-tech park on 460ha.

The entire development is undertaken by SATS’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Enigma Harmoni Sdn Bhd, a company closely linked to billionaire Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary. Syed Mokhtar controls MMC Corp Bhd which has interests in the Senai Airport, Johor Port and PTP.

Ahmad Shukri, the former CEO of Kulim Hi-Tech Park (KHTP), can bank on his experience managing the country’s first hi-tech park to contribute to the development of SHTP.

He said the federal government made the right decision to establish Malaysia’s second hi-tech park in Senai after KHTP, as it would help to accelerate the country’s growth. The Government, he said, agreed to allocate RM300mil to part finance the infrastructure work while the balance of RM215mil would be borne by SHTP.

The park would be one of the core elements in developing the Iskandar Malaysia’s Senai-Kulai Zone into a regional logistic hub by interlinking the connectivity at Senai Airport, Johor Port and PTP.

Ahmad Shukri said the company would learn from KHTP’s experience on how to market the park.

It would also bank on Johor’s close proximity to Singapore with good international air and sea connectivity as the selling point to attract investors.

“It will be a fully-integrated technology park aimed at propelling economic growth through the international community of knowledge-based organisations,’’ added Ahmad Shukri.

He said the 15% income tax cut for knowledge workers in Iskandar Malaysia announced in Budget 2010 would help companies operating at the park to attract professionals.

Malaysians and foreign workers residing and working in qualifying activities in Iskandar between Oct 24, 2009 and Dec 31, 2015, would enjoy the tax cut.

The qualifying activities are the green technology, biotechnology, educational services, healthcare, creative industry, financial advisory, consultancy services, logistic services and tourism.

Ahmad Shukri said that apart from offering the 15% tax cut regime, the Government should look at offering more incentives to attract high-skilled workers to the park.

“For most capital-intensive investments, 70% of the budget goes to equipment while between 10% and 20% for high skilled personnel such as engineers, researchers and scientists,’’ he said.

He said the company also worked closely with several public universities to ensure adequate skilled personnel such as engineers, researchers and scientists for the park.

In its role to encourage entrepreneurship and creativeness, SHTP will liaise with universities and manufacturers able to produce new technologies and products, with the park playing the role of “hatching nest’’.

Ahmad Shukri said the company would be going to China, Europe, India, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States next year to attract investors.


Geng2 Hj Sobri ni hanya tahu malancung makan angin saja…


8 comments:

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Memang PAS ni tidoq kat ofis. Yang lagi teruk ialah tak mai ofis langsung, habaq pulak kat Secretary, I tak masuk ofis, I pi KL meeting, hanya dok ada di rumah kat SP dok layan Astro

JKKKK Kota Sarang Semut berkata...

kedah sejahtera lah katakan...!!!!

dolah doleng berkata...

sebenarnya orang luar tak tahu dalam pentadbiran kerajaan pusat sendiri pun banyak masaalah keranah birokrasi yang dimainkan oleh pegawai kita yg berketuruan melayu.Kadang nya pelabur pun naik meluat.Inilah yg terjadi sejak zaman BN sampai hari ini.

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Harap semua Ketua Bhg UMNO Kedah dapat baca blog ni dan maklumat yang ada disini dan juga blog pro BN dan UMNO seperti DKS, Duke of UMNO juga amat berguna sebagai maklumat untuk kita tanya soalan Dewan (bagi ADUN BN) dan juga semasa ceramah penerangan ketika mesyuarat Cawangan nanti. Itulah tujuan sebenar blog ini semua dihidupkan, maklumat percuma untuk digunakan bagi memberitahu penduduk Kedah tentang kepincangan PAS dalam mentadbir urus Kedah amnya dan KHTP khususnya. Kalau tak mau baca pun, boleh print/cetak dan sebarkan kepada orang kampung, terutamanya di Kulim dan Sg Petani. Semua maklumat ni FOC dan blogger pun buat secara sukarela serta orang yang beri maklumat pun secara sukarela. Ini adalah atas kesedaran agar negeri Kedah tidak hanyut dibawah PAS yang gagal dan tidak tahu untuk menguruskan KHTP dan Kedah.

Tanpa Nama berkata...

cerita lah sama hal ehwal liwat orang kuat hangpa di Padang Serai.Jangan dok cerita bab orang lain sahaja.

nayan berkata...

ini fakta, pdg serai masih hearsay

Tanpa Nama berkata...

sebenarnya orang kuat hangpa di Padang Serai tu yang fakta.Anwar hearsay.

Tanpa Nama berkata...

wahai orang umno di Padang Serai.Kes Rahman sudah ada fakta.Ambil lah pula DNA dia.kenapa nak sembunyi juga.Orang semua dah tahu lah.

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