In the afternoon of April 20, at the invitation of the Ministry of Health (MOH) of Malaysia, Wu Zhiguo, assistant director of TICA Malaysia factory, and deputy chairman of the Clean Engineering Air Conditioning and Ventilation Committee of China Association of Medical Equipment (CAME), together with persons in charge of the Engineering Bureau, Equipment Bureau, and Emergency and Disaster Relief Bureau of the MOH of Malaysia, held a video conference online to share and exchange the experience of TICA in the construction of professional air-conditioning systems in COVID-19 hospitals during the epidemic in China. Amir Ikaram, Senior Assistant Director of the Engineering Bureau of the MOH of Malaysia, Fan Hongtao, Overseas Sales Manager of TICA, and Lin Shuhui, Senior Personnel and Administration Supervisor of TICA factory in Malaysia participated in the meeting.
In mid-March, COVID-19 epidemic broke out in Southeast Asian countries. On March 18, Malaysia began to implement lockdown throughout the country, and enterprises and schools were suspended. During this time, Malaysia MOH invited TICA to share the experience in the construction of professional air-conditioning systems in Chinese epidemic hospitals, with the purpose of making full preparations and response plans for subsequent epidemic prevention and control.