(March 22nd, 2018 – Kuala Lumpur) – Exis Tech Sdn. Bhd. was today presented with the High Productivity Enterprise Using Local Talent Award by the Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC). The High Productivity Enterprise (HPE) is a recognition given to companies operating in Malaysia which prioritizes the use of local talent for its workforce. The award was presented by the Minister of International Trade and Industry, Dato’ Seri Mustapa bin Mohamed at the Showcase on Innovation for Productivity (SHIP) event held at MITI Tower, Kuala Lumpur.

The overall winners are:

  • SME Category – Exis Tech Sdn Bhd
  • Local Company Category – Composites Technology Research Malaysia Sdn Bhd
  • Multinasional Company Category – ON Semiconductor Malaysia Sdn Bhd

For more information on the HPE award, visit MPC’s website here.

YL Chew, Exis Tech’s COO receiving the winner’s trophy from Dato’ Seri Mustapa bin Mohamed, Minister of International Trade & Industry.


Seremban, Negeri Sembilan (14th April, 2017) – EXIS Pulse today held the first of two Blood Donation campaigns for 2017 at its headquarters in Senawang, Negeri Sembilan.

The campaign is a co-operation with the Blood Bank at Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar, Seremban. It is open to both the employees of the company as well as outsiders and the event lasted from 10.00am to 4.00pm.

After initial screenings and blood tests, a total of 61 bags of blood was collected out of 63 qualified donors.

Successful donors were given a small token of appreciation, which consists of a towel and some food, whereas those who did not qualify to donate were acknowledged with a heart-shaped stress ball.

EXIS Pulse has committed to organize a Blood Donation campaign twice a year. The Management of EXIS Tech Sdn Bhd and its CSR arm, EXIS Pulse sincerely thank Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar Seremban and the generosity of all donors for making this campaign a huge success.

EXIS Pulse members posing with the Blood Bank team from Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar.

One of the screening processes to ensure eligible donors.

The blood donation campaign in full swing.


Kuala Lumpur (20th March 2017) – Exis Tech Sdn Bhd has emerged as a winner at the prestigious Anugerah Kecermelangan Industri 2016, also known as the Industry Exellence Award. The company came out tops in the Manufacturing – Category Two group which is for companies that have an annual turnover of between RM50 to RM100 Million.

Exis Tech’s Chief Executive Officer, HL Lee received the award from the Minister (I) of International Trade & Industri, Y.B. Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed. Also present at the award ceremoney was the Minister (II) of  International Trade & Industri, Y.B. Dato’ Seri Ong Ka Chuan.

Speaking after the award ceremony, Lee said, “Winning the Anugerah Kecermelangan Industri Award 2016 for our category is a great honour to our company. This award is the result of the collective effort of all our employees and we are extremely proud to be recognised for our efforts to transform the company into a world-class manufacturer of semiconductor handlers”.

For more information on the Anugerah Kecermelangan Industri 2016, visit this page.


Lee posing with the coveted winner’s trophy.




Exis Tech Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 26209, Jalan TJ 2/2,
Tuanku Jaafar Industrial Park,
71450 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan,


Partnership Aims to Create the Next Generation Industrial Internet of Things Automation


SENAWANG, NEGERI SEMBILAN (June 21st, 2016) – Leading industrial automation designer and manufacturer, Exis Tech Sdn. Bhd. has announced a strategic partnership with GEM, an Internet of Things solutions and platform provider.

The GEM PRECARE platform offers Exis Tech’s customers the ability to control, monitor and automate their manufacturing processes. In addition, highly sophisticated software tools provide critical analytical capabilities to continuously improve the production cycle. This cloud-enabled process can be performed on a private or public cloud service.

GEM provides a variety of software agents and sensors that are tailored to suit each specific type of machine. They support a variety of different hardware platforms, including PCs, mobile devices, custom hardware, CPUs, FPGAs and more. GEM also provides solutions and support services for both its own and third-party sensors and hardware.

Exis Tech’s customers who are currently using the EXIS 200/250/500/700 platform will be able to quickly and easily deploy GEM’s solution, making it possible for them to collect and analyze real-time information on the machine’s performance.

“Exis Tech’s partnership with GEM will enable our customers to be more proactive in monitoring the performance of their machines and when needed, perform tweaking to further improve their productivity,” said H.L. Lee, the CEO of Exis Tech Sdn. Bhd. “This will provide them with greater control over the production process and empower them to carry out remedial action before any problems occur,” he added.

The joint Solution provided by GEM and Exis Tech is unique in the Industrial Machine to Machine and IOT. Our partnership enables customers to effortlessly get out-of-the-box monitoring & control of their production floor for existing and new machines”, said Gal Garniek, GEM President & CEO. “Industrial customers these days require flexible, smart software platforms that extends to a variety of machines. We are excited to enter this partnership with EXIS TECH’s machine line and GEM PRECARE platform”.

For more information on Exis Tech’s products, please contact sales@exis-tech.com. GEM can be reached at sales@gembo.co.











About Exis Tech Sdn. Bhd.: Exis Tech Sdn. Bhd. was established in 2002 and is headquartered in Senawang, Negeri Sembilan. The company is focused on the design and manufacture of industrial automation solutions, specializing in back-end semiconductor handlers. Exis Tech also provides customized manufacturing automation solutions used in the production of high-tech consumer products.


Exis Tech has a team of dedicated mechanical, electronics and software engineers who have continuously pushed the technology envelope with patented innovations in semiconductor handling. For more information on the company and its products, visit www.exis-tech.com.


About GEM: GEM is headquartered in California, United States. GEM provides Internet of Things platform, agents and sensors. GEM’s portfolio of end to end solutions enable Enterprises and Users to connect devices, machines and people, then easily create a custom environment to protect and optimize the values they care about, using GEM’s analytics, control & automation. GEM’s modular approach supports platform as a service, platform as a product and interfaces for third-party integration at the backend and edge.

GEM serves multiple industries, including Industrial & Manufacturing, Networking & Media, Healthcare, Energy & more. GEM couples its products with services as needed, enabling a complete solution. Learn more at www.gembo.co


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Seremban, Negeri Sembilan (7th September, 2015) – EXIS Pulse today organised its Blood Donation campaign for 2015, at EXIS Tech’s headquarters in Senawang, Negeri Sembilan.

The campaign, which is open to both employees of the company as well as outsiders, was organised with the assistance of the staff from the Blood Bank at Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar, Seremban.

More than 100 people came to donate blood from 10am to 4pm. After initial screenings and blood tests, a total of 89 bags of blood was collected, surpassing the campaign’s target of 80.

Donors were given a small token of appreciation in the form of a branded powerbank, in addition to lunch and light snacks.

The Management of EXIS Tech Sdn. Bhd. and its CSR arm, EXIS Pulse would like to take this opportunity to thank Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar Seremban and all donor for making this event a great success.

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The banner promoting the Blood Donation campaign.


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Donors going through the initial screening process.


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Donors included those who are working at factories nearby.


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The EXIS Pulse team with the staff from the Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar Seremban.

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