Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Affairs (MMEA) has awarded a contract to Destination Marine Services Sdn Bhd (DMS) for the acquisition of new generation Patrol Craft. To procured the six (6) units of Coastal Patrol Vessels, DMS is obligated to provide EEP programme. The ICP strategy for this EEP is mainly to support the Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Industry Strategic Plan 2020. The EEP for MMEA is mainly focusing on localization package (design, manufacturing and assembly), human capital development and transfer of technology.
|ICP_1||Transfer of know-how to design the tank test facility||This project is to support the SBSR objectives whereby the technology and knowledge of construction and procedures for a test tank facility is transferred to local academia and shipyards players for vessel below 50m. This is part of the production process to assure the quality of the vessel.|
|ICP_2||Fassmer Design Engineering/Construct/ Testing Support and Local Shipyard Production|
|ICP_3||Domestic Direct Investment||Assistance and guidance to local recipients to acquire business in term of shipyard facility.|
18 Feb 2016 – TDA CEO, Major (R) Zailani Safari together with ICP Management Unit Team has been invited to join an official site visit with TKSUK, Datuk Seri Othman Hj. Mahmood in Port Klang where located Destination Marine Services Sdn Bhd (DMS) site office. The site visit primarily to witness the progress of the Programme Six (6) Coastal Patrol Vessel for Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Affairs (MMEA). The Programme worth RM 381 million has been awarded to DMS and the programme are expected to be delivered by May 2018, with the project duration of 3 years starting 2015