Umore Signed MOU with Global Green Synergy Sdn Bhd in Malaysia

 On Dec.8-11, Charles Tsao, VP and Olive Yan, CTO went on business to Malaysia and they were invited to participate International Biomass Conference Malaysia 2015. This conference witnessed the launch of Sabah Biomass Industry Development Plan (SBIDP) and the establishment of a Federal-state government driven Sabah Biomass Delivery Unit that will serve to execute the plan, serving as a major milestone for Malaysia’s stride towards a regional Premier Biomass Hub.

Global Green Synergy Sdn Bhd is a leading solution provider in palm-based and non-palm-based biomass industry, with the background and opportunity of IBCM 2015, Stephen Lim, COO of Global Green Synergy Sdn Bhd and Charles Tsao, VP of Umore signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on the collaboration of International Cleantech Transfer and Investment Congress. The cooperation is to provide better service for cleantech industries in ASEN region and develop ASEN market based on Malaysia. Umore and GGS plan to build CleanConnect ASEN, making a bridge for cleantech investors and technology owners and promote cleantech transfer between China and Malaysia.

After IBCM2015, Charles and Olive visited two plants with 2000+ acres of GGS.Through the visit, Umore got some knowledge of planting, filament production, palm oil extract, biogas power generation, fertilizer production, charcoal production, etc. Furthermore, Umore and GGS reached an action plan on the development of palm fiber yarn, palm shell activated carbon production and biomass power generation project. Palm development is the second largest industry in Malaysia and against the weak background of oil, palm industry becomes a strategic industry. The biomass has huge market which will set as an example in ASEN area. Malaysia plans to complete the full implementation of the standard in palm biomass recycling industry in 2020. Each palm oil fields is able to establish an effective biomass recycling industry chain and enhance the value of Malaysia in the clean energy field.