Sunday, November 28, 2010

Moving to Malaysia.

When it comes to moving large volumes or covering long distances, it is preferable to let professional movers in Malaysia take charge of the removal process.
Here are some moving tips to help you prepare for your move:

Prepare your move 3 months in advance.

Sort through your belongings
Choose which goods you want to bring with you to in Malaysia and which goods you want to leave behind, with a friend or in a storage unit. Seek advice: It might be more advantageous to buy goods Malaysia instead of bringing these goods with you.


Choose the right moving company in Malaysia
Finding a good moving company is essential to any expatriation project. Independent regulatory bodies like FIDI will help you find reliable moving companies; quality accreditations ISO 9002 and FAIM will guarantee high standards of quality and service.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Larangan Penggunaan Kenderaan Barangan

Kementerian Pengangkutan melaksanakan larangan ke atas kenderaan barangan menggunakan jalan raya semasa cuti perayaan Hari Raya Aidilfitiri (08,09 September dan 18,19 September ) dengan 4 kategori pengkelasan jenis kenderaan berat. Maklumat terperinci adalah seperti berikut:


Mazzi Krank (Series 725) Chrome - 22 x 9.5 Inch Wheel



Kategori 1 (Sekatan Penuh)
1.Lori Balak, lori pengangkut bahan binaan seperti simen, besi, keluli, batu, pasir, tanah kecuali yang dibenarkan di bawah kategori 3.


2.Lori pembancuh simen dan jentera berat ( kren, low loader dan lain-lain jentera berat ).

Kategori 2 (Dibenarkan beroperasi daripada jam 6.00 pagi hingga 12 tengah mlm)
1.Lori kontena/kargo membawa barang-barang elektronik/elektrik.


2.Lori kontena/kargo dari pelabuhan ke lapangan terbang tidak setempat.

Kategori 3 (Dibenarkan beroperasi daripada jam 6.00 pagi hingga 6 petang di sekitar kawasan Lembah Klang , kawasan Bandaraya Johor Bahru , Georgetown dan Ipoh Sahaja. Tertakluk kepada had masa operasi yang dibenarkan di jalan-jalan tertentu.
1.Lori pembancuh simen (concrete mixer truck)


2.Kren bergerak (mobile cranes)

3.Lori tipper pengangkut batu dan pasir

Kategori 4 (Tidak dikenakan sekatan)
1.Lori gas dan kimia untuk bekalan perubatan dan industri kimia. Lori konten/kargo dari dan ke lapangan terbang.


2.Lori kontena/kargo dari pelabuhan ke lapangan terbang setempat.

3.Lori kargo membawa bahan keperluan harian ( makanan,buah-buahan,sayuran,bahan-bahan mentah,suratkhabar dan ternakan ) atau lori kosong dalam perjalanan pulang.

4.Lori mengangkut sampah dan bahan kumbahan (sewerage).

5.Lori kecil d'controlled ( BDM 5000kg ke bawah ). Lori kontena.kargo antara terminal di pelabuhan setempat (ITT)

6.Lori kontena / kargo dari pelabuhan ke gudang dan sebaliknya serta di sekitar kawasan industri yang berhampiran dengan pelabuhan. Lori tanker pengangkut bahan bakar ( petroleum/diesel , gas dan LPG ).

7.Lori yang terlibat dalam kerja-kerja kecemasan dan menyelamat ( rescue operation )

Tarikh Tutup PERMOHONAN PADA 5 SEPTEMBER 2010


Sebarang Pertanyaan :

Sila Hubungi : 03- 88866742
Faks : 03-88893402

http://portal.jpj.gov.my/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=69%3Alarangan-penggunaan-kenderaan-barangan&catid=20%3Apenguatkuasaan&lang=ms

Monday, August 9, 2010

Malaysia’s exports advance 17.2% in June.

Pace moderates, indicating that export growth may have peaked, say analysts


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s June 2010 external trade continued to see strong growth, albeit at a moderating pace, with exports expanding 17.2% year-on-year (y-o-y) to RM52.83bil, while imports soared 30.1% y-o-y to RM46.79bil.
Overall, total trade grew 22.9% y-o-y to RM99.62bil, the International Trade and Industry Ministry said yesterday. Malaysia continued to enjoy healthy trade surplus, which totalled RM6.04bil in June. That was the 152th consecutive month of trade surpluses for the country since November 1997.





“While exports continued to expand at double-digit pace in June as it did in preceding months in the first half of the year, the expected continued moderation in growth rate suggests to us that Malaysia’s export growth could have already peaked in the first quarter,” Singapore-based Standard Chartered Bank economist Alvin Liew said in his note.

June’s exports growth was somewhat in line with economists’ expectations.

According to TA Research economist Patricia Oh, given that exports growth has come off the low-base effect, a slowing growth is only natural.



“We believe that problems in Europe and easing Chinese appetite, amid the backdrop of high employment and weaker consumer sentiment in G3 markets (US, Japan and Euro region) could be reasons for the growth moderation,” Liew said.

On the imports growth in June, which exceeded economists’ expectations, economists attributed that to improvement in both domestic demand and higher capital investment by companies, reflecting stronger confidence. Oh said: “The recent strengthening of the ringgit against major currencies has also boosted Malaysia’s purchasing power to import more.”

Economists said June external trade data provided indications of a moderating industrial output growth for June as well as the declining pace of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the second quarter.

Yesterday, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop said Malaysia was expected to register a high single-digit growth for the second quarter of this year. This compared with the 10.1% y-o-y GDP growth that the country registered for the first quarter. During the April-June period this year, the country’s total trade rose 4.4% y-o-y to RM290.82bil, compared with 32.6% y-o-y growth to RM278.51bil for the January-March quarter.

Products that contributed to exports growth in June were electrical and electronic (E&E) products valued at RM21.3bil (40.2% of total exports), palm oil at RM4.1bil (7.7%), chemicals and chemical products at RM3.4bil (6.3%), liquefied natural gas at RM3bil (5.7%) and crude petroleum at RM2.4bil (4.5%).

Singapore, China, the US, Japan and Hong Kong were the top five export destinations, accounting for 50.8% of Malaysia’s total exports in June. Asean accounted for RM12.97bil, or 24.6%, of Malaysia’s total exports, up by 7% from June 2009.

Malaysia’s major import products in June were E&E products valued at RM17bil (36.2% of total imports), chemicals and chemical products at RM4.4bil (9.3%), and machinery, appliances and parts at RM4bil (8.5%). The main import sources were China, Japan, Singapore, the US and Thailand, which collectively represented 54.3% share of the total.

http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/8/4/business/6789994&sec=business

Friday, January 15, 2010

Persatuan Penghantar Fret Johor

Persatuan Penghantar Fret Johor or better known as the Johor Freight Forwarders Association (JOFFA) was established in 1977 (formally known as Persatuan Ejen-Ejen Kastam Dan Pengangkutan or Customs Forwarding and Transport Agents Association Johor Bahru till 1996).


JOFFA. under the leadership of our current President, Mr.Toon Teng Fatt moved into our own 3-storey building in 2000. With this move, we are poised to better serve the interests of our members, especially in providing for, the training needs of our members.

With globalization and growing borderless commerce, JOFFA is dedicated to move its members towards achieving our goals and aspirations.
Our 220 members consist of key players in the logistic industry and we are well represented in discussion panels with various Government Agencies and NGOs.
A Founding member of the Federation Of Malaysian Freight Forwarders (FMFF) and also member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT)., we are affiliated to the:


International Federation Of Freight Forwarders Association (FIATA);

Federation Of Asia-Pacific Aircargo Association (FAPAA);

ASEAN Federation Of Forwarders Association (AFFA);

Malaysian National Shippers' Council (MNSC).

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