Malaysia Eyes Philippine Rail Projects

The Malaysia government is backing 12 of its private engineering companies in seeking to strengthen its foothold in the Philippine railway development projects, Manila Bulletin has reported.

From DOTR website — railways projects

In a statement, the Malaysia External Trade Development Corp. (MATRADE) through its Manila Office said a total of 12 Malaysian companies including one technical education institution of diverse engineering expertise such as signalling and telecommunication, power and rail electrification, track works, rolling stock engineering, overhaul, refurbishment and maintenance as well as simulation and rail-related education are keen in participating the rail infrastructure projects in the country.

MATRADE Manila Trade Commissioner Siti Azlina said they are organizing the Malaysia-Philippine Rail Webinar on Oct. 20, 2021 to be followed by business matching on Oct. 21 to drum up Malaysian firms interest in the Philippines.

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