technology/August 10, 2023
A well-designed industrial virtual tour of your factory, manufacturing plant, port, logistics centre, or business zone is a dynamic and powerful medium to showcase your expertise, facilities, people and processes.
A well-designed industrial virtual tour of your factory, manufacturing plant or business zone is a dynamic and powerful medium to showcase your expertise, facilities, people and processes.
For one, facility virtual tours are a major timesaver as you don’t have to worry about layers of approval, or reorganise your space before each physical visit; it is simply there all year round. You can show an overview of your businesses by giving a glimpse of your business at full scale, while emphasising certain technology or proceses. Unlike your typical corporate video or Powerpoint presentation, a 360-degree medium is a stunning alternative that can be accessed by your audience in a convenient and relaxed environment.
Here are some industrial virtual tours that have captured the operations, cultures and products of their respective businesses.
Invest KL is an agency focusing on attracting companies, unicorns and other international businesses to Greater Kuala Lumpur. Their virtual tour covers several strategic growth zones and investment hubs in the region, spanning Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Bangsar South, KL Sentral and Cyberjaya. Through this medium, investors and business stakeholders can explore the regional hubs, along with the infrastructure and facilties, from the comfort of home. The Neighbourhood Guide enables viewers to discover some of the lifestyle attractions in Greater Kuala Lumpur.
Strategically perched along the Straits of Malacca, Lumut Port is the state port of Perak which has been in operation for more than 25 years. Through their virtual tour, they can conduct in-depth presentations to stakeholders with information pop-ups containing details about their facilities and services. Poised to attract investors to Perak through the future development, it also highlights plots of industrial lands that are for sale.
Maran Timber is an integrated timber manufacturing company with operations in Pahang. Their virtual tour covers key areas in the factory, such as its kilning facilities and integrated timber processing facilities. As they are the first sawmill in Malaysia with timber tracking certificates for exporting green timber, the tour also includes a closer look into their finished timber products, which are shipped to clients around the world. A video at the entrance provides an immersive walkthrough of the factory, while informative pop-ups provide an insight into their precision machinery and processes.
Weng Meng Industries is a major producer and distributor of doors and steel cable reels in Malaysia. They often run tours of their 20-acre manufacturing and R&D facility, and what better way to go digital than with a purpose-built virtual tour? Covering a lot of ground on the factory floor allows their stakeholders to view the processes from start to finish, with unique views on their latest technology and unique machinery.
Eurospace Industries specialises in wood office furniture. Their 360 factory tour allows viewers to navigate through their 3 factories. At key areas of interest, they can see some of the technology used during the manufacture, such as their CNC Machine, Morbidelli Machine, Salvagnini and LCD.
Our virtual tour for Hengwood Industries takes viewers behind the scenes of an integrated hardwood flooring manufacturing plant. Each panorama focuses on various areas in the factory, including the stacking department, production floor, and warehouse. From the aerial view, the solar panels on the top of the building present the company’s implementation of green energy in their production facilities.
With Wood Story’s virtual factory tour, we developed a distinct storyline to match their corporate culture and values. The company specialises in handcrafted bespoke furniture, as well as turning reclaimed wood into unique pieces. Every panorama is paired with descriptions that highlight their brand story, quality craftsmanship, commitment towards timelessness, and sustainable practises. The 360 degree experience contains custom information points to emphasise the stories behind each step in the manufacture process.
Home JS has an integrated furniture manufacturing facility located in Muar, Johor. Their virtual tour opens with an aerial view amidst a green landscape, with custom points that transport viewers into the production floor, as well as packing and finishing facility.
The factory virtual tour for Gemas Wood and Door showcases selected areas on the premise. Given their role as a supplier for solid wooden doors, we focused on their overview, production area, kiln dry stacking area and sawmill. Each section includes descriptions on their company values.
With their operations based in Penang, United Woodwork and Construction’s specialty is in knock down Nyatoh solid wooden dining sets. The 360 experience captures the essence of the brand through 8 panoramas, emphasizing on the production line along with demonstrations by their staff.
Taishi Tech’s industrial virtual tour emphasises on their innovative manufacturing equipment, such as their Germans Flat PUR Laminator, Germans Panel Saw, and Germans PUR Edging Machine. Custom hotspots reveal videos of the machinery at work.
Famous Ed is a timber products supplier based in Ulu Yam, Selangor. Their sawmill and logyard is a significant part of their production, and this is featured in their factory virtual tour. We worked with their staff to present the best view of each department, while providing on-site demonstrations.
Leo Up Enterprise is a furniture manufacturer and exporter, with their headquarters in Muar, Johor. Given their expertise in upholstered furniture, the 360 experience of their factory puts their warehouse and storage of materials as a focal point.
TD Furniture is the largest furniture producer in Perak, Malaysia. Their factory virtual tour reflects their significant role in the industry. It touches on their large storage space, material preparation facilities, and the production of finished goods on the premise. Some of the specialised equipment included in the virtual tour includes their CNC machine, lamination machine and cutting machine.
To highlight Dynamic Furniture’s systematic production line, the 360 panoramas focus are divided into different categories on the navigation menu. This ranges from the handling of raw materials, to the design department, manufacturing sections, as well as packing and QC area. The high-quality images capture the process of creating the furniture, which allows stakeholders to have a glimpse of what happens behind the scenes. This helps to boost investor confidence and attract business opportunities.
Our virtual tour for Haluan Mutiara’s factory emphasises the assembly lines for the timber products manufacturing business. Their staff cooperated during the shoot to show the factory at work, which adds a sense of liveliness and dynamicism.
For Bold Diseno, shedding the spotlight on their latest technology and streamlined processes was an essential part of their virtual tour. The panoramas focus on their equipment such as their CNC machine. Custom hotspots open up short videos that depict how the machines work, while another leads to their showroom where some of their key products are featured.
With KJH Wood Industrial’s virtual factory tour, it is all about dynamic movement and human interaction. The opening scene starts with a staff round-up, followed by 360 panoramas that show forklifts and employees in action. To us, that makes the experience all the more engaging! This also gives prospects a better look of the factory at work.
Exowood specialises in producing exotic wood mouldings, and their production line is captured in their 360 virtual tour. We were tasked to cover 8 areas on the factory grounds, which serves to introduce their key facility to their prospects, customers and investors. The virtual tour was also a good opportunity to highlight their latest services in Osmose Protim Double Vacuum and Pressure Treatment. Take a look at their Turning section to see a mixture of traditional and modern equipment in the factory.
We created a virtual tour spanning 9 key areas of interest within Ching Hin’s factory in Jenjarom, Selangor. The navigation menu goes through the end-to-end manufacturing process through various 360 panoramas, from the sawmill to the kilning facility, quality control department, loading bay and storage unit.
KLK Hardwood Flooring is a leading engineered hardwood flooring manufacturer in Ipoh Perak. Their factory virtual tour brings visitors through their production line and the state-of-the-art European technology used. Some of the sections covered include the timber shed warehouse, kiln dry yard, framesaw, composer as well as profiling and pressing area.
Industrial tourism offers visitors a unique opportunity to gain insights into different industries, factories, manufacturing processes, and other industrial activities. For businesses, it is a way to engage with stakeholders who want to understand about the manufacturing processes, facilities and behind-the-scenes operations. Actsugi creates virtual tours for industrial zones, factories, business facilities and ports - equipping businesses with an innovative format for virtual visits, which help to reduce cost and boost sales potential.
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