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    MAA ataupun Persatuan Automotif Malaysia telah lama ditubuhkan iaitu sejak November 1960. Tetapi mungkin ramai di antara kita yang tidak menyedari fungsi dan kewujudan MAA. Disini kami ingin memberi beberapa maklumat penting bagi anda semua.Diharapkan maklumat ini dapat membantu anda memahami fungsi MAA.

    MAA was established in November 1960. The main objectives of MAA are to :

    • Develop and protect interest of Members.
    • Make common representation to Governmental Agencies on issues affecting the Motor Vehicle Industry.
    • Communicate with the public through various media on industry issues, position and objectives.


    • Established in November 1960
    • Known as the Federation of Malaya Motor Traders Association or FMMTA.
    • Started with 10 members. The founder members were Ampang Motors, Asia Motors, Borneo Motors, Champion Motors, Cycle & Carriage, Anglo-American Corporation, Orchard Motors, Tan Chong & Son Motor Co, Wearne Brothers and the East Asiatic Company.
    • Original objective was for members to discuss issues relating to the Motor Industry.
    • In 1966 April, the formation of Malaysian Motor Vehicle Assemblers Association (MMVAA).
    • In 1968, the Malaysian Motor Traders Association (MMTA), was adopted. This was in response to the Malaysian Government’s decision to promote the Motor Vehicle Assembly Industry.
    • In 1970 May, FMMTA becomes the Malaysian Motor Traders Association (MMTA).
    • In 1989 June, MMTA acquired its own premise and has permanent Secretariat.
    • In 2000 the present name, the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA), was unanimously adopted, heeding the call by the Government for Associations and Agencies involved in a common or similar industry to merge. Malaysian Motor Traders Association (MMTA) and Malaysian Motor Vehicle Assemblers Association (MMVAA) merged and MAA was formally launched on 26th January 2000.


    • To encourage, promote and protect the interest of the Automotive Industry in Malaysia.
    • To consider and support or to oppose any proposed legislation or other measures affecting the interests of Members and to cooperate with and make representations to any Government Department and any Municipal or other Local Authority for the purpose of furthering or safeguarding the interests of the Automotive Industry and of benefiting road users.
    • To disseminate to its Ordinary Members information on matters affecting them in particular and the Automotive Industry in general and to that effect, to collect, compile, collate and thereafter to disseminate such information in the form of reports and/or statistics to its Members.
    • To act and be a medium of communication for its Ordinary Members for the furtherance and promotion of their mutual interests.
    • To assist and advise any Member who may be engaged in enforcing any principle considered by the Association to be for the benefit of the Automotive Industry or in resisting any action or proposal considered by the Association to be against the best interests of the Automotive Industry.
    • To promote and encourage the formulation of trade tests and standards in skilled and semi-skilled occupations in the Automotive Industry and to provide or assist in and the provisions of training to enable workers to achieve such standards.
    • To promote, encourage, and provide means for mutual consultation and cooperation between Members in dealing with industrial disputes and unrest, providing that the Association shall not pursue any of the objects of a Trade Union as defined in the Trade Union Ordinance 1959.
    • To assist and advise Members in regard to any matter connected with industrial relations and generally promote, foster and protect the interests of Members.


    -Monthly Council Meetings.
    -Monthly compilation, analysis and distribution of Sales Data (excluding Exports) and -Production Data (including Exports).
    -Annual Dialogue with Government Agencies.
    -Semi-Annual Press Conferences.
    -Raise issues and resolve problems with relevant Governmental Agencies on matters relating to the Motor Vehicle Industry which affect the interest and business of Members.
    -2 years Sports Meet.
    -Sponsor Technical Seminars.
    -PR with Government Agencies.
    Motor Shows.


    Land Rover (M) Sdn Bhd as a President

    (represented by Datuk Aishah Ahmad)


    MAA Council Members


    Land Rover (M) Sdn Bhd
    (represented by Datuk Aishah Ahmad)

     Vice President (Trade)

     UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd
    (represented by Mr Kuah Kock Heng)

     Vice President (Policy & Regulation)

     Tan Chong & Sons Motor Co Sdn Bhd
    (represented by Dato’ Dr Ang Bon Beng)

     Vice President (Manufacturing)

     Swedish Motor Assemblies Sdn Bhd
    (represented by Mr Khoo Khay Chye)

     Honorary Secretary / Treasurer

     Daihatsu Malaysia Sdn Bhd
    (represented by Ms Belinda Lim)

     Council Members

     Tan Chong Industrial Equipment Sdn Bhd
    (represented by Mr Wong King Yoon)

    Mercedes Benz Malaysia Sdn Bhd

    (represented by Mr Peter Theodor Honegg)

     Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd
    (represented by En Azman Idris)

    Hyumal Motor Sdn Bhd

    (represented by Mr Dennis Ho)

     Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia Sdn Bhd
    (represented by Datuk Syed Hisham Syed Wazir)


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     UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd as a Vice President (Trade)

    (represented by Mr Kuah Kock Heng)


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     Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd – one of the Council Member

    (represented by En Azman Idris)

    MAA is now located at their new office premises at the following address:-

    Malaysian Automotive Association
    F-1-47, Block F, Jalan PJU 1A/3
    Taipan Damansara 2, Parcel 1
    Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya
    Selangor Darul Ehsan

    TEL NOS:
    6 03 7843 9947 (hunting line)
    6 03 7843 9950
    6 03 7843 9467
    6 03 7843 9706

    FAX NO.  6 03 7843 0847

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