Glove demand to stay strong for a few more years

Accelerating growth: (from left) Hartalega chief commercial officer Kuan Mun Keng, Kam Hon and Mun Leong at the event.

PETALING JAYA: The global demand for gloves is likely to continue outstripping supply for the next three to four years, even if a vaccine for the Covid-19 becomes available, according to Hartalega Holdings Bhd.

The world’s largest nitrile glove maker says the consumption of gloves worldwide will continue to increase because of changes in user behaviour.

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