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The Global Defence Services and Government Security Event!

THE 14TH DEFENCE SERVICES ASIA EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE
14-17 APRIL 2014
PWTC, KL MALAYSIA


 

Visit by Mr Omar Babtain, Chairman/CEO of MMC to DEFTECH Shah Alam.

 

  1. Date     : 3rd March 2014 (Thursday)
  2. Time     : 10.00am
  3. Venue : DEFTECH Shah Alam

 


Visit by Mr Omar Babtain, Chairman/CEO of MMC to DSSB Nilai.

  1. Date     : 3rd March 2014 (Thursday)
  2. Time     : 12.00pm
  3. Venue : DSSB Nilai

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Company Profile

DRB-HICOM Defence Technologies Sdn Bhd (DEFTECH) is a prime defence contractor that plays an integral role in providing the development, manufacturing and supply of armoured and logistic vehicles for military and homeland security. In commercial sector, DEFTECH is also a preferred supplier for specialised vehicles and commercial buses.

DEFTECH, a wholly owned subsidiary of DRB-HICOM Berhad was incorporated on 17th October 1996 to contribute towards Malaysia’s industrialisation and self-reliant defence aspiration. Our performance is achieved through our target statement Quality, Cost and Delivery (QCD) emphasising our commitment in exceeding quality expectation within stipulated cost and timely delivery. With its readily available engineering expertise, excellent infrastructure and certified Quality Management System (QMS) of ISO 9001:2008, DEFTECH is committed to ensure that its customers are provided with the highest vehicle availability and long term capability through DEFTECH continuously improved MRO capabilities.

In strengthening technological innovation and business competitiveness, DEFTECH has undertaken strategic global partnership collaboration with a number of world class system manufacturers. In doing so, we are able to provide customised solutions that meet ever-changing customers’ requirements.

 

……strengthening technological innovation & business competitiveness