Kuala Lumpur 27th August 2013 – Malaysian Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd (Bio-XCell) – is the developer of Bio-XCell Biotechnology Park a joint venture between Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation (BiotechCorp) and UEM Sunrise Berhad (formerly known as UEM Land Berhad). Bio-XCell Malaysia’s Premier Biotechnology Park and Ecosystem for industrial and healthcare biotechnology, introduced a new product, the “Titanium Scheme”.
At a press conference held here recently, Rizatuddin Ramli, CEO of Bio-XCell said that this scheme represents the next phase of the park which is designed to attract biomanufacturers and ecosystem providers to set up their operations at the 160 acres park located in Nusajaya, Johor.
The Titanium scheme will give clients an opportunity to lease land and set up their customised facilities at a managed park with ready infrastructure. The clients will also benefit from the ecosystem enabled by Bio-XCell. The ecosystem includes the provision of specialised utilities required for biomanufacturing such as chilled water, industrial steam and waste water management via the Central Utilities Facility (CUF) which will be offered on a pay-per-use basis.
Clients will also benefit from a myriad of value added services such as business amenities that will be offered at the Central Hub “Clients can fast track their projects by taking advantage of the ready to move in office space, business services and other amenities once the Central Hub is ready in the first quarter of 2014.” he said.
To date a total investment of RM230 million has been spent to create the ecosystem. We have 29 acres of available land plots which are anticipated to attract 4 – 5 new clients under this new scheme. This undertaking demonstrates Bio-XCell’s commitment to attract leading biotech companies from around the world and supporting the local industry.
“This is an exciting time in our 10 year road map for developing an ecosystem which biotech companies can thrive in,” said Rizatuddin Ramli. He added “engaging with ecosystem partners and suppliers and creating strategic key alliances is also vital to our development and we are looking forward to working with local businesses to supporting the park’s community.”