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Malaysia Airports restructuring.

Malaysia Airports Holdings has announced a restructuring project, the purpose of which is to "steer the company towards more efficient operations, focusing on the core activity of managing and operating airports," according to its Managing Director Dato Bashir Ahmad. Under the new organisation, five core divisions--operations, technical, finance, commercial and corporate services--will report to him.

The newly-formed Technical Services Division will oversee the development of airports, with three MAH subsidiaries--Malaysia Airports Management and Technical Services, Urusan Teknologi Wawasan and Malaysia Airports Technologies--also coming under its control. Commercial Services is a second newly-formed division. MAH manages and operates 38 airports in Malaysia.

MAH is reported to be studying plans for a terminal to service low-cost airlines at Kuala Lumpur. Its rival, Singapore Changi, is already considering such a move.
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Title Annotation:Asia Pacific
Publication:Airports International
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:9MALA
Date:Mar 1, 2004
Words:128
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