KUALA LUMPUR: PTC Corporation (PTC) has chosen the Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics Accelerator Competitiveness (Amrace) Centre of Excellence to be its Approved Training Centre (ATC) in Malaysia and the region.
The company also launched the Creo 9 Computer Aided Design (CAD) solution for the Malaysian market to mark the formal introduction of the partnership with Amrace.
Commenting on the collaboration, PTC's vice president for Southeast Asia and Australia and New Zealand, Lau Shau Luen, said that "this partnership was a long time in the making. PTC spent several years looking for the right partner to support our expansion in Malaysia. We are pleased to be able to launch the latest in our line of advanced products, the Creo 9 CAD solution".
The Amrace-PTC collaboration is designed to help Malaysian manufacturers and technology service providers in adopting new technologies, and the latest version of PTC's CAD software, Creo 9, is said to be a better solution to assist companies of all sizes to deliver the best designs in the shortest amount of time.
Sharing his thoughts, Amrace's chief executive officer, Naguib Mohd Nor said the partnership is a big step forward for them to have a company like the PTC to believe in their ability to escalate the solution in Malaysia and the region.
"This partnership between Amrace and PTC is monumental for us as it speaks volumes of the trust and belief this global technology giant has in our ability to roll out such complex solutions in such a fast evolving market" said Naguib who is also the president of Malaysia Aerospace Industry Association (MAIA).
The Creo 9 solution is expected to help all industries and segments across verticals by continuously improving ergonomics, Model-based definition (MBD), simulation, generative design, and additive/subtractive manufacturing tools for faster iteration, cost savings, and enhanced product quality.