CCM Duopharma soon to be known as 'Duopharma Biotech'


KUALA LUMPUR: CCM Duopharma Biotech Bhd has obtained shareholders' approval to rename itself Duopharma Biotech Bhd.

It said in a statement that the new name will take effect from the date of issuance of the Notice of Registration of New Name by the Companies Commission of Malaysia to the company 

CCM Duopharma was formerly a subsidiary of Chemical Company of Malaysia Bhd, but de-merged from the parent in December 2017, 

At the unveiling of the group's new logo and name, group managing director Leonard Ariff Abdul Shatar said today the initiative complements the group's mission to spearhead the development and offering of new and much needed medical therapies to enhance public health and extend its footprint in new markets within and beyond ASEAN.

"The new logo shaped in red hexagon reflects modernity and progress as the Company envisions a higher trajectory while accomplishing greater accomplishments and sustainable growth in advancing R&D and accelerating drugs development to meet health challenges in today’s world. 

"The Group’s logo reinforces the acronym ‘Duopharma Biotech’ with the word ‘Duopharma’ at the bottom to make it easily recognised by all the stakeholders, collaborators and consumers," he said in a  statement.

The group's new tagline, "Smarter Solutions: Healthier Life" emphasises its commitment to create a healthier and more productive society by exploring new frontiers in science and technology to deliver cutting-edge products and improve access to healthcare.

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