Johnson Matthey Malaysia has entered into a partnership with the University of Nottingham’s Malaysian campus.

JM Malaysia partners University of Nottingham

University students visiting Johnson Matthey facilities in Nilai

New partnership with university

Johnson Matthey Malaysia has entered into a partnership with the University of Nottingham’s Malaysian campus.

This collaboration will enable the company to work on research projects in emissions control and training opportunities will also be on offer.

Students visit Johnson Matthey facilities

On 24 November last year 40 University students from the department of Chemical and Environment Engineering visited the Emission Control Technologies facilities in Nilai.

Students were given presentations on industrial processes, environmental and health & safety practices. They were also given a tour of the facilities.

The idea of the visit was to give them an understanding of what the Nilai plant does, the scale of its manufacturing operations and how this relates to their studies.

Johnson Matthey – a future employer?

It is hoped that this type of practical collaboration will encourage and attract a new generation of engineers and scientists, and that some may consider Johnson Matthey Malaysia as a future employer when they graduate.

The visit was a great success and the site looks forward to receiving more student visits in the future.