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Teladan enters MoU to develop German tech park in Melaka

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KUALA LUMPUR: Teladan Group Bhd via its wholly-owned subsidiary Riverwell Resources Sdn Bhd has inked a memorandum of understanding with Melaka state-owned Melaka Corp to develop a 341.2-acre German Technology Park at Ayer Panas in Jasin, Melaka.

In a statement, the property developer said the proposed project aims to attract German investment into the state of Melaka and strengthen Malaysia-Germany economic ties.

It will encompass various industrial developments, including industrial bungalow lots, semi-detached factories, shop offices, and centralised labour quarters.

Chief Minister of Melaka Datuk Seri Utama Ab Rauf Yusof, who attended the signing ceremony, said the collaboration strengthens Malaysia’s position as a preferred investment destination within Asean and deepens economic ties with Germany.

“The proposed project represents a significant step towards advancing international trade activities, creating job opportunities, and broadening the country’s market access. At Melaka Corp, we are committed to supporting Malaysia’s economic growth and development.”

Said Teladan managing director Rchard Teo Lay Ban: “With a proven track record of developing over RM2.9bil in combined gross development value (GDV) across residential, commercial, and industrial projects, we are confident in our contribution to this Proposed Project’s success.”

As of Dec 31, 2023, the group held 1,071.5 acres of undeveloped landbank, with its Melaka portion holding a potential GDV of RM2.7bil.

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