AlloyMtd is a leading Asian infrastructure conglomerate operating in the global market. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, AlloyMtd is a merger between two reputable sister companies, MTD Capital Bhd (MTD) and Alloy Consolidated Sdn Bhd (Alloy), which collectively have a well-established track record in civil engineering and construction, manufacturing, infrastructure development, infrastructure concessions, operations and maintenance (O&M), energy-related, as well as real estate and property development activities.
Alloy and MTD were incorporated in 1970 and 1993 respectively. The latter became a listed entity on the Second Board of Bursa Securities in 1994 and was subsequently transferred to the Main Board of Bursa Securities in 1998 until it was taken private. In 2011, these two companies merged to form the AlloyMtd Group.
The enlarged Group today possesses a robust portfolio of infrastructure-related businesses and continues to grow from strength to strength.
AlloyMtd’s Construction & Engineering Division has extensive experience in the development of mountain roads, highways, bridges, building geotechnical works, erosion control and highway maintenance. Our Construction & Engineering arm’s accomplishment’s to date include the construction of the 36-km South Luzon Expressway in the Philippines, the 235km Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway and East Coast Expressway (Phases 1 and 2), the Penang Second Bridge, and the Jamarat Bridge in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, among many others.
Our Manufacturing Division has the capability to produce a full range of precast concrete products including bridge crossings, tunnel linings, railway sleepers, earthworks retaining structures, drains and other non-custom designs. It specialises in the Industrialised Building System, a prefabrication approach that enables us to fast-track various infrastructure projects across the regions we operate in.
The Group also constructs and owns toll roads in Malaysia, India, China, Indonesia, and the Philippines. These include the Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway, East Coast Expressway, East-West Link Expressway and Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway in Malaysia; as well as the Yangshuo-Luzhai Expressway in China’s Guangxi Province, among others.