Boost from sensors


Group chief executive officer Datuk Heng Huck Lee told StarBiz that the group was on course to achieve another record year.

GEORGE TOWN: Globetronics Technology Bhd, which is one of the beneficiaries of the rise in “smart products” is looking to finish the year with a new record backed by its involvement in several projects to produce smart sensors that kicked off five months ago.

So far the group’s results for nine months have already surpassed that of the corresponding period last year.

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