Dear fellow-thinkers, as we have already reported, string transport gained new business contacts and valuable connections through participation in the Mobility Live ME 2023 exhibition, and many visitors were able to get to know and appreciate the outstanding capabilities of the technology for the first time. That is why, the day after the exhibition, the Executive Consultant and Financial Controller of a large Malaysian group of companies operating in the field of Malaysian transport systems visited the project’s HQ in Sharjah.
The purpose of this visit was a detailed acquaintance with the project, as well as outlining a potential partnership in the future, as transport is critical to Malaysian economy, serving as a vital link between producers, consumers, and markets. However, in recent years, Malaysia has been facing numerous transport problems disrupting its economic growth and development.
One of the main transport problems in Malaysia is traffic congestion. Two of Malaysia’s most famous cities, Kuala Lumpur, and Johor Bahru are infamous for their dense traffic congestion. These congestions not only affect personal travel, but also the movement of goods, resulting in a significant reduction in productivity, especially during peak hours. In addition, traffic jams have also led to increased levels of air pollution, detrimental to health of Malaysians.
Another transport problem is inadequate public transport infrastructure. Most Malaysians use private transport, which further increases traffic congestion. Public transport has been a major problem for Malaysians in recent years. As the country's population is steadily growing and traffic congestion is on the rise, many people are calling for a more efficient and sustainable public transport systems. Despite government efforts to modernize and expand public transport networks, the problem persists and continues to affect daily lives of people.
During the traditional tour, the guests and employees of the project were able to identify the main advantages of string solutions applicable to Malaysia, as their integration into transport infrastructure of this country will minimize negative consequences of using conventional vehicles, such as death and injury resulting traffic accidents, as well as air pollution, high fuel consumption and traffic congestion, subsequently contributing to improvement of quality of life of the local population.
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