Robert Bosch Opens New Test Centre in Malaysia, Commits Further Investment
Berlin-based technology giant, Robert Bosch, has announced the inauguration of a cutting-edge test center for chips and sensors in Malaysia.
The state-of-the-art facility, established at a cost of 65 million, marks a significant step in Bosch's expansion plans in the Southeast Asian region. In addition, the company has pledged to invest an additional 285 million euros by the middle of the next decade, fostering innovation and technological advancement.
Traditionally, Bosch has conducted most of its final semiconductor testing at its factories Reutlingen, Germany, Suzhou, China, and Hungary. With the addition of the Penang facility, the company aims to enhance its global capabilities in semiconductor manufacturing and testing.
The Malaysian test center is set to play a crucial role in ensuring the quality and reliability of Bosch's semiconductor products, which are widely used in various industries such as automotive, consumer electronics, and industrial automation.
The decision to establish the new test center in Malaysia was further strengthened by the support and funding provided by the Malaysian government.
By expanding its semiconductor testing capabilities to Malaysia, Bosch aims to optimize its supply chain and bolster its market position.
Robert Bosch's latest venture in Malaysia not only highlights the company's dedication to technological advancement but also underscores its vision to strengthen ties with the Southeast Asian market.
With the relentless pursuit of excellence, Bosch is poised to shape the future of semiconductors and sensor technology, driving progress and prosperity for years to come.