AURELIUS TECHNOLOGIES BERHAD (202101005015)

2021

• We have commenced the construction of a new manufacturing plant in May 2021.
Additional production floor space of 61,909 sq. ft.

• 2 SMT lines complete with 4 backend robotic production lines for multicomponent semiconductor module.

2020

• In 2020, we continued to expand our EMS within the power control segment by securing a contract from a customer in France to manufacture a power module used in marine applications and commenced full-scale production in Oct 2020.

• In the same year, we secured another contract from a customer in China for the EMS to manufacture power control modules for direct current (DC) to current (DC) power supply.

2019

• In 2019, we broaden our portfolio of services when we secured a manufacturing services agreement for semiconductor components in the form of a multicomponent integrated circuit (IC) for communications IoT module. This marks a key milestone for us as we go up the value chain to incorporate semiconductor component manufacturing, while previously we were focused on electronics manufacturing. Currently we have two specially designed and dedicated automated production lines for the IoT module manufacturing.

2018

• In 2018, we expanded our manufacturing services where we carried out board assembly, testing, subassembly and up to system calibration into a complete train communication interface unit. This system build product is to integrate with other systems installed in train carriages to communicate, monitor and transmit information between the train and a remote central monitoring centre.

2016

• In 2016, we commenced manufacturing of our own designed LED lighting for streetlight and high bay industrial lighting.

2010 - 2000

• Between 2010 and 2005, we expanded our products to include the following:
- internet of things (IoT) wireless asset tracking devices for vehicle tracking application in 2007;
- PCBA of instrumentation devices for the oil and gas industry in 2007 where we offered special engineering services including high melting point and gold soldering as part of the board assembly process;
- PCBA of power control devices for lighting equipment in 2008 for a customer in the USA; and
- power control devices for alternative current (AC) direct to current (DC) power supply in 2009 to a customer in Australia.

• Between 2010 and 2000, we increased our production capacity by investing in additional SMT lines.

• In 2005, we participated in a joint-design development exercise with a customer in the design of an industrial wireless communication device.

• In 2003, we completed our factory expansion in Kulim Hi-Tech Park which increased our production built-up area by an additional 89,638 sq ft.

• In 2000, we moved from rented premises in Prai, Penang to our current owned production facilities in Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah with a total built-up area of 106,156 sq ft. Our facilities comprised seven SMT lines with 20 backend assembly lines.

• In 2000, we expanded our EMS to produce power control electronic devices namely direct current-direct current (DC-DC) converter modules.

1993 -1999

• Incorporation and commencement of BCM Electronics, formerly known as Bakti Comintel Manufacturing Sdn Bhd before changing to its present name on 18 August 1997. This was according to a technology transfer agreement between Motorola Incorporated (Motorola Inc) and Comintel Sdn Bhd to jointly develop manufacturing capabilities for communication devices in Malaysia through BCM Electronics.

• In 1996, we expanded our portfolio of services by securing our first box build supply contract for industrial communication devices. Box build assembly incorporates the sourcing and procurement of materials and components, board assembly and carrying out mechanical box build assembly and testing of the finished product. This forms a key milestone in our company’s expansion as an EMS provider.

• We commenced operations in 1993, initially as a provider of SMT and sub-assembly services for industrial communication devices with one manual assembly line incorporating functional testing of communication products at rented premises in Prai, Penang.