Bandar Enstek

Bandar Enstek merupakan bandar yang terletak berdekatan Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur (KLIA). Bandar ini terletak di antara sempadan negeri Selangor dan Negeri Sembilan.

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

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Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Kuala Lumpur (KL)-Singapore high-speed train project




"The high-speed rail (HSR) project, with seven stations — two terminus stations (KL and Singapore) and five transit stops (one each in Negri Sembilan and Malacca and three in Johor), could spur development, accelerate hightech industries in Seremban and expand tourism industry in Malacca."

The Kuala Lumpur (KL)-Singapore high-speed train project has reached the second stage of its pre-tendering exercise which should put to rest any lingering doubt about the construction of the RM40 billion rail link.

Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) CEO Mohd Nur Ismail Mohamed Kamal said a joint working committee of Malaysia and Singapore officials was set up in December to fine-tune the construction plan for the project.

“We are now at pre-tender phase 2 of the project. This includes finalisation of engagement with Singapore and finalisation of project structure that will be the main input to the tender process,” Mohd Nur Ismail told The Malaysian Reserve.

There was early speculation that the hefty rail project could be a casualty of the Malaysian government’s rescheduling of mega projects but this has since been denied by the government.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Razak said in February last year that the project was “doable” as a public-private partnership. However, doubts still persisted over the project because of its high construction costs.

The much-hyped project is taking shape after it was initially mooted by YTL Corp Bhd in the 1990s, but remained on the back-burner after it was estimated that it would cost between RM2.5 billion and RM3.5 billion to build the network.

Malaysian infrastructure players such as YTL, MMC Corp Bhd, Gamuda Bhd and UEM Group Bhd could now be in the race for the project. The 330km line is slated to be completed by 2020, promising a travel time of 90 minutes between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore compared to the present six hours.

The project is also challenging because no one has operated a 300km per hour train service in tropical conditions before. Also, immigration and customs services need to be handled on board of the non-stop service between Malaysia and Singapore.

The high-speed rail (HSR) project, with seven stations — two terminus stations (KL and Singapore) and five transit stops (one each in Negri Sembilan and Malacca and three in Johor), could spur development, accelerate hightech industries in Seremban and expand tourism industry in Malacca.

It would also push up property prices along the states such as Negri Sembilan, Malacca and Johor, especially in Iskandar, the southern corridor.

“HSR may alleviate congestion costs associated with urban growth in main cities, triggering growth of nearby secondand third-tier cities. Nearby lower tier cities will become a safety valve for the over populated cities,” Knight Frank Malaysia Sdn Bhd MD Sarkunan Subramaniam said recently.

But challenges are abound for the project. “There are some challenges identified such as land acquisition. Early gazette is necessary to ensure readiness of right of ways and to curb price speculation.

“Other challenges include optimal procurement approach to ensure lowest yet credible bid price from the market and ensure implementation risk is minimised,” said Mohd Nur Ismail.

On the flip-side, the aviation industry, especially budget airlines, are predicted to feel the pinch once operations begin. According to Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA), lowcost carriers could suffer badly as they control 60% of the Singapore- KL market.

CAPA chief analyst Brendan Sobie said HSR could decimate traffic on the world’s thirdlargest international route — Singapore-KL.

“HSR connecting KL with Singapore could result in a huge drop-off in air traffic between the two cities if new HSR link opens as planned in 2020.

“The new rail line could also change the dynamics of competition between Singapore’s Changi and KL International Airport, particularly if the line includes stops at either or both airports,” he added.  
Seremban Property

Kellogg's Groundbreaking ceremony at Bandar Enstek, Nilai - 10 Jan. 2014 (3.30 petang)

Kellogg to build RM425m halal plant at Bandar Enstek creating 300 new jobs!

US food manufacturer Kellogg Co or Kellogg’s, which is building a US$130 million (RM425.1 million) halal facility in Malaysia, aims to expand its supply chain capacity in the Asia-Pacific region.

The manufacturing facility is being built in Bandar Enstek, Negri Sembilan and would create some 300 new jobs when its first phase is completed by the middle of next year.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Razak officiated the groundbreaking for the new plant, which will produce halal certified Pringles crisps. It is only the second such facility in the region.

The company intends to manufacture more halal snack food in the Asia-Pacific.

Kellogg Co’s Asia-Pacific president Amit Banati said the Negri Sembilan factory will complement Kellogg’s other halal facility in Thailand.

“The creation of the new snacks manufacturing facility here represents a key milestone in the company’s ambition to become a global snacks player and will enable Kellogg company to better deliver delicious and high-quality snack food to consumers in the Asia-Pacific markets,” he said.

Banati added that this is a region in which the company has set ambitious growth targets and creating a footprint in the snacks business.

“This is a big step for us in ensuring that we stay relevant and expanding our supply chain capabilities. Building a new facility highlights the focus and commitment that the Asia-Pacific region is receiving from Kellogg company,” he reiterated.

Kellogg’s, the world’s largest manufacturer of ready-toeat breakfast cereals and second largest producer of savoury snacks, cookies and crackers, employs more than 2,200 employees across South- East Asia, Japan, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, India, South Africa, China and Malaysia.

Currently, Kellogg Malaysia Sdn Bhd employs 35 people at its head office in Kuala Lumpur, whereas the company has one co-manufacturer in Malaysia for “Pringles”.

Banati pointed out that Kellogg’s investment in Malaysia will serve as a catalyst and will help increase net tax collection of around RM200 million over the next 10 years, while providing high export volume. 
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Sunday, December 15, 2013

The future Center of Seremban in NEXT 10 years!


Wednesday, November 20, 2013

pearl@enstek 2 Storey Semi - D 40' x 100' & 50' x 100'




















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