Organization

JACTIM has about 600 Ordinary members and Overseas members as of the end of September 2019. We have General Committee, which is headed by the President, assisted by Vice Presidents, Board of Directors,  Advisors, Internal Auditors and the Secretary-General.

JACTIM has 19 Committee & Group Meetings in order to facilitate the exchange of opinions, information and ideas between members and the Malaysian government.

Committee

Administration

Public Relations

Trade & Investment

Management Affairs

Research

International Cultural Exchange

SMI

Financial

Industry Group

Manufacturing Ⅰ

(Food, Chemical, Commodity, etc)

Manufacturing Ⅱ

(Steel & Iron, Metal,

Machinery, etc)

Manufacturing Ⅲ

(Electric, Machine & Apparatus)

Trade

Finance

Construction

Service

Regional Group

Penang

Johor

Perak

Malacca

Membership Composition

590 companies (556 corporate and 34 individual member) are registered as our member as of March 31, 2020

Activities

Advocacy
Over the decades, JACTIM has held key dialogue sessions with MITI, MDTCC, MOF and other government agencies. Relevant proposals aimed at promoting commerce and economic cooperation between Malaysia and Japan are discussed through JACTIM Committee meetings and subsequently tabled and presented to the Government department for approval and implementation.
Social Contributions
JACTIM FOUNDATION is established in 1994 to contribute to Malaysian cultural, social and educational development, and to help strengthen the mutual understanding and friendship between Malaysia and Japan- through various activities.
Networking & Event
Regularly industry group meetings in our office and regional meetings such as in Penang, Perak, Malacca and Johor are organized where the experts in various industries conduct seminars to address current topics of relevance and interest are addressed to the members. Annual Dinner and JACTIM Friendly Golf Tournament are also held as our signature event.
SMI
Small and Medium Industry (SMI), is basic part of the industy in all countries. JACTIM understands that SMI is the key factor of growth of industry, especially manufacturing sector. In order to study on how to strengthen competitiveness of Malaysia, JACTIM has set up "SMI Committee" in 2000. Reguraly Seminar is conducted for not only our members but also non-members who have interest in our membership. Observation trip is organized often for SMI members to learn about the latest market trends.

Mr. Daiji Kojima has taken up the 11th President of The Japanese Chamber of Trade & Industry, Malaysia (JACTIM) on March 19, 2020. He is currently in charge of MITSUI & CO. (ASIA PACIFIC) PTE. LTD., KUALA LUMPUR BRANCH as Managing Director & CEO.

Press Release

JACTIM has organized press conference on various dialogue and JACTIM survey results.

Business Survey
Questionnaire Survey For Japanese Companies in Malaysia
Jointly conducted by JACTIM &JETRO
Business Survey
Questionnaire Survey For Japanese Companies in Malaysia
Jointly conducted by JACTIM & JETRO

JACTIM@Press Conference sharing the result of Business Survey 2nd Half 2019.

JACTIM gave press conference  on Business Survey 2019 H2  result in February 6, 2020 at JACTIM office in Kuala Lumpur.

Some of featured articles are found below:

JIJI PRESS KUALA LUMPUR BUREAU 

February 7, 2020 Issue of “JIJI News Bulletin Malaysia

NNA (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD

February 7, 2020 Issue of “THE DAILY NNA

Berita Harian

https://www.bharian.com.my/bisnes/lain-lain/2020/02/653194/malaysia-kekal-menarik-bagi-pelabur-jepun-jactim

Bernama

https://www.bernama.com/en/business/news.php?id=1811955

Focus Malaysia

https://focusmalaysia.my/mainstream/malaysia-remains-attractive-investment-destination-for-japanese-firms/

Nanyang Siang Pau  ※also printed.

online-article

Sin Chew Daily  ※ ※also printed.

https://www.sinchew.com.my/content/content_2212730.html

The Edge

https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/malaysia-remains-attractive-investment-destination-japanese-firms

https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/japanese-companies-malaysia-say-ee-sector-suffered-most

The Malaysian Reserve ※ ※also printed.

https://themalaysianreserve.com/2020/02/07/us-china-conflict-affects-japanese-firms-confidence-in-malaysia/

https://themalaysianreserve.com/2020/02/07/japanese-manufacturers-linked-to-china-suffer-disruption/

The Oriental Daily

https://www.orientaldaily.com.my/index.php/news/business/2020/02/06/325598

The Star

https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2020/02/07/malaysia-remains-attractive-investment-destination-for-japan

The Sun Daily

https://www.thesundaily.my/business/malaysia-remains-attractive-investment-destination-for-japanese-firms-NJ1975870