MPC drives productivity and competitiveness improvement holistically at national, sectoral, and enterprise levels guided by 5 thrusts, comprising development of future workforce, accountable for productivity, digitalization and innovation, forging robust ecosystem, and productive mindset. MPC will collaborate strategically with the private and public sectors to forge productivity as the game changer in boosting productivity and competitiveness of the nation towards wellbeing and prosperity.
The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) which was formerly known as the National Productivity Centre was established in 1962 as a joint project between the United Nations Special Fund and the Federal Government, with the International Labour Organisation acting as its executing agency.

Our History
MPC Act