Education, vehicle inspection, aviation services, logistics services and air freighting forms DRB-HICOM’s portfolio in the Services Sector. Covering the length and breadth of the country and even beyond our shores, these companies complement DRB-HICOM’s already extensive footprint in Malaysia.

PUSPAKOM was appointed by the Government to carry out scheduled regulatory inspections of commercial vehicles. It was formed in 1994, as the Government made road safety and vehicle maintenance the core of their fight to reduce road accidents. Inspections are carried out at its 54 centres throughout the country, while a fleet of 38 mobile units offer the convenience of inspections at home or to those who do not have easy access to the branches.

The logistics business is anchored by Pos Aviation Sdn. Bhd. (“PASB”), Pos Logistics Berhad (“PLB”), and World Cargo Airlines (“WCA”, formerly known as Pos Asia Cargo Express). PASB is an integral player in the airline services industry, providing ground handling, cargo handling, inflight catering, aircraft maintenance, engineering services and e-commerce handling to commercial airlines operating in Malaysian airports.

PLB has grown into one of the largest logistics service providers in Malaysia, servicing clients across the central, northern and southern regions of Peninsular Malaysia. It specialises in providing solutions across four key logistics subsectors, namely automotive logistics, freight management, project logistics and marine logistics.

WCA provides airfreight services from Kuala Lumpur to East Malaysia as well as major cities within Asia including Delhi, Madras, Bombay, Shenzhen, Kunming, Wuhan, Macau, Saigon, Manila, Yangon, Dili, Jakarta, Lombok and Bandar Sri Begawan. WCA’s major shareholder is Asia Cargo Network Sdn. Bhd., which acquired the equity in 2020. Currently, it is rapidly building its capacity and network to leverage the need for airfreight along with booming e-commerce.

DRB-HICOM University of Automotive Malaysia (“DHU”) was born with the aim of supplying the country with able professionals in the fields of engineering, technology and business management related to the automotive industry. Beginning life as the International College of Automotive Malaysia (“ICAM”), it became a full-fledged university in 2015, and operates on a 42-acre campus strategically located within the DRB-HICOM Automotive Complex in Pekan, Pahang. DHU continues to evolve to remain relevant in light of Industrial Revolution 4.0 and the advent of a significantly digitalised workplace.