Industry Info

29/09 - Status of Logs Originating From Conversion Areas In Forest Management Units (FMU's) In Peninsular Malaysia Certified Under The Malaysian MTCS and the Codes for Registration of Licenses in Peninsular Malaysia 

MTCS认证下马来西亚半岛森林管理单位(FMUs)转换区域内树桐的现况,以及马来西亚木材认证理事会(MTCC)公布马来西亚半岛森林局更新后的伐木执照登记编码系统。Click Here.

根据MTCC指出,MTCC系统下认证的永久性森林保留区,部分森林已被转换为森林种植区及非森林土地用途,其状态被列为“重新宪报规划(degazetted)”或“重新保留位永久森林保留区”。

在MTCS认证下,在上述地区砍伐的树桐,皆不符合“认证木材“或”PEFT Controlled Source“的条件。

为了区分那些木材来自上述地区,各州森林局采用统一的编码系统(Coding System)。Click Here.

例:执照号码中出现(P),则表示为“Pembangunan”.

预知详情,可致电MTCC热线:03-2161 2293.
 

29/04 - Malaysian furniture export statistic (Jan-Feb 2015)
Feeling sad to announce that Malaysian furniture exports in January to Feb 2015 registered an imposing growth of 0% to RM1308.4 million from RM1308 million posted in corresponding period of 2015.

The USA remained Malaysia’s largest export destination with export valued at RM368.8 million with 28.8% of market shares as on a decline of 4.8% from RM387.4million in the previous corresponding period. 

Japan took the second spot with market share of 10.6% valued at RM138.2million, a slight decline of only 1% as from RM139.6million in the previous corresponding period. 

Singapore was ranked the third with a slight declide of 2.1% with export valued at RM98.9million compared to RM101million posted in corresponding period of 2015.

Among the top 20 export markets for Malaysian furniture, we found that China has a great growth of 122.8%.
that have shown significant growth of over 10% from January to Feb 2015 were The Chile (37.3%), Indonesia (22.9%), Algeria (22.2%) and South Africa (16.4%).

9/4 - Supply Status of Acacia Wood in Malaysia (Nov 2014)

Report in Malay version (original), please click Here.
Report in English version (translate), please click Here.
Report in Chinese version (translate), please click Here.
 

10/12 - Malaysian furniture export statistic (Jan-Sept 2014)
Feeling sad to announce that Malaysian furniture exports in January to Sept 2014 registered an imposing growth of 14.4% to RM4553.4 million from RM3979.6 million posted in corresponding period of 2013.

The USA remained Malaysia’s largest export destination with export valued at RM1700.4 million with 28.8% of market shares as on a growth of 13.7% from RM1496million in the previous corresponding period. 

Japan took the second spot with market share of 7.9% valued at RM468.3million, an expansion of only 2.9% as from RM455.2million in the previous corresponding period. 

Australia was ranked the third with a growth of 5.6% with export valued at RM445.2million compared to RM421.5million posted in corresponding period of 2013.

Among the top 20 export markets for Malaysian furniture that have shown significant growth of over 30% from January to Sept 2014 were The Germany (54.0%), China (51%), France (32.7%) and Philippines (31.9%).

                                         

28/11 - LATEST Country Specific Guideline for Malaysia (MCSG)
The LATEST Country Specific Guideline for Malaysia (MCSG) is just released, click Here.
Attached also the Australian Illegal Logging Prohibition Act 2012 for industry players' reference

Quick Reference Guide: Identifying Legal Timber in Malaysia, click Here.                                                     
                                                

08/10 - Malaysian furniture export statistic (Jan-July 2014)
Feeling great to announce that Malaysian furniture exports in January to July 2014 registered an imposing growth of 14.4% to RM4553.4 million from RM3979.6 million posted in corresponding period of 2013.

The USA remained Malaysia’s largest export destination wit export valued at RM1322.8 million with 29% of market shares as on a growth of 15.6% from RM1144.3 million in the previous corresponding period. 
Japan took the second spot with market share of 7.4% valued at RM337.7 million, an expansion of 6.1% as from RM318.3 million in the previous corresponding period. 
Australia was ranked the third with an encouraged growth of 13.5% with export valued at RM334.3 million compared to RM294.6 million posted in corresponding period of 2013.

Among the top 20 export markets for Malaysian furniture that have shown significant growth of over 30% from January to July 2014 were The China (55.5%), Germany (55.2%), Philippines (41.5%), Russia (39.1%), France (38.1%) and Canada (33.8%).


 

KLSFIA

Kuala Lumpur & Selangor Furniture Industry Association (KLSFIA)
37 A-C, Jalan Kati/E, Seksyen U19,
Taman Medan Mas,
Kg Baru Seri Sungai Buloh,
40160 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: +603-6140 1202     Fax: +603-6156 0946

Operating Hours: Mon - Fri 0900-1800

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