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GE drives the world forward by tackling its biggest challenges. By combining world-class engineering with software and analytics, GE helps the world work more efficiently, reliably, and safely. In Malaysia, GE’s footprint dates back to 1975 with a sales and service center.

Today, GE has about 1,700 employees in the country and made over RM1 billion in investments which contributed to the nation’s sustainable development and prosperity, investing in its future with advanced technology solutions and services as a trusted and committed local partner.

We work closely with local infrastructure providers, supplying equipment and services to organizations like TNB, PETRONAS and KTM. Our GE Healthcare division supplies private and public hospitals with the latest diagnostic imaging equipment and healthcare information systems.


We operate across a number of business sectors in Malaysia:


GE Aviation’s presence in Malaysia dates back to over 25 years ago when the national carrier, Malaysia Airlines, began using GE’s engines for their A300 and DC10 aircrafts. Incorporated in 1997, GE Engine Services Malaysia partnered with Malaysia Airlines to establish a Center of Excellence for CFM56 engines. Today, the 21- year old engine maintenance, repair and overhaul facility in Subang serves over 40 airlines globally and is proud to have a staff of more than 300 local technicians as part of GE’s commitment to developing the country and its talents.

  • As one of the largest single firm aircraft orders in aviation history, AirAsia in 2011 selected CFM International’s advanced LEAP engine to power 200 Airbus A320neo aircraft. To support the new LEAP- powered A320neo fleet, AirAsia has signed a 20-year service agreement with CFM to provide comprehensive engine maintenance service.
  • In 2013, AirAsia placed a $8.6 billion order for additional CFM LEAP-1A engines and CFM56-5B engines to power 100 Airbus A320 aircraft together with a long-term service agreement to support the fleet. In July 2016, AirAsia announced a $2.7 billion order of an additional 200 CFM LEAP-1A engines to power its 100 new Airbus A320neo. In September of that year, AirAsia became the first Southeast Asian airline to take delivery of the LEAP-1A-powered A320neo.
  • In September 2018, GE Aviation announced a US$80 million investment in GE Engine Services Malaysia (GEESM), to upgrade the MRO facility to LEAP capabilities.
  • In September 2018, GE Aviation announced a US$80 million investment in GE Engine Services Malaysia (GEESM), to upgrade the MRO facility to LEAP capabilities.


As a leading provider of medical imaging, monitoring, biomanufacturing, and cell and gene therapy technologies, GE Healthcare enables precision health in diagnostics, therapeutics and monitoring through intelligent devices, data analytics, applications and services. With over 100 years of experience in the healthcare industry and more than 50,000 employees globally, the company helps improve outcomes more efficiently for patients, healthcare providers, researchers and life sciences companies around the world.


With the largest base of installed gas turbines in Malaysia, GE has grown hand-in-hand with the country’s power development needs. GE’s relationship with Malaysia’s national utility, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), dates back to 1984 when we first provided our gas turbine technology for the country’s first combined cycle power plant.

  • Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s (TNB) 1,000 MW ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant dubbed as Manjung 4 was powered up in April 2015, a joint project that was built by GE and its consortium partner China National Machinery Import and Export Corp. It has received awards from Asian Power and International Project Management Association for its world class EPC capabilities delivering on both power and environmental commitment.
  • In March 2016, GE announced that Malakoff Corporation Berhad’s (Malakoff) 1,000-megawatt (MW) Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant (T4) has entered commercial operation on schedule. In a contract worth globally over €1 billion, GE’s Steam Power Systems, together with its consortium partners Mudajaya and Shin Eversendai, has executed the engineering, procurement and construction agreement for the plant. The ultra-supercritical, coal-fired power plant, which commenced construction in March 2012, was completed on schedule in four years. It also received the Gold Award from Asian Power 2016 for EPC of the year. As of 2018, the Manjung 4 plant and the T4 plant are the only ultra-supercritical (USC) plants situated in ASEAN.
  • In December 2016, GE’s Power Services launched the Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics Centre (M&D) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. More than 200 gas and steam turbines, boilers and generators in over 70 power plants across 10 countries gained access to remote monitoring and diagnostics services that help increase plant performance through data analytics. The new M&D Centre is Power Services’ first- of-its-kind facility in the Asia Pacific region and is the latest addition to GE’s Power Services global network of M&D Center.
  • In March 2018, GE’s Power Services business signed a multiyear agreement with Southern Power Generation Sdn Bhd for its new Track 4A plant, a 1,440-megawatt combined-cycle power plant in Pasir Gudang, Johor. Under the terms of the 21-year agreement, GE will provide services solutions for first two GE 9HA.02 gas turbines to be installed in the country and deploy its Predix Asset Performance Management (APM) software to help improve asset visibility, reliability and availability of SPG’s plant, contributing to long term energy security need in the country.

We Invest in People:

GE’s community efforts in Malaysia are driven by a vibrant citizenship movement. GE received in 2011 the Prime Minister's CSR Award for three categories: 1) Best workplace practice, 2) Empowerment of Women, and 3) Overall Champion for CSR. Key to this success was leadership involvement in championing differentiated efforts that creates impact not just to the company but also the country.

  • Employee Training: Globally, GE invests $1 billion each year on training and education, making us the world’s best company for leaders in 2015. GE offers numerous programs on development, training and leadership to its employees across the region. These opportunities include our Commercial Leadership Program, Financial Management Program, GE Engineering Management Program, internships for undergraduate and graduate students, and technical and soft skill training for businesses personnel.
  • GE Volunteers Network: GE Volunteers Malaysia reaches out to local communities and partners organizations to bring about the greatest impact our employees can give. We’ve collaborated with EPIC Homes, The Malaysian Nature Society, The Edge’s Money & Me Foundation, and we are a long- standing sponsor of Junior Achievement’s Young Enterprise Program in Malaysia. From teaching, to planting trees and to building homes, our Volunteers are always ready to lend a helping hand.
  • GE Women’s Network: The Women’s Network in Malaysia is driven by more than 120-strong members. It endeavors to increase the visibility of opportunities for women employees by providing leadership and career development through information-sharing, education and networking. In 2011, GE together with Talent Corporation, Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development as well as other leading MNCs, established the “Women’s Talent Forum”, a national focus group which aims to address the issue of women participation and retention in the workforce. In May 2012, the Women’s Talent Forum organized a workshop on “Workplace Innovations – Cultivating Women Talent” to engage leaders from the private sector to brainstorm solutions to address such issue.
  • GE Foundation: GE is a partner of Teach for Malaysia, an independent, non-profit organization that enlists Malaysia’s most promising future leaders to support the nation’s mission to end education inequality. The Teach for Malaysia Fellowship is a two-year, full-time and fully-paid leadership development program modeled after the Teach for America initiative.

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