Hartalega to invest RM7bil in Kedah


Hartalega chief executive officer Kuan Mun Leong (pic) said the project will be done in two phases, with eight plants each. The first production line under Phase One is expected to be operational in 2024.

PUTRAJAYA: Glove maker Hartalega Holdings Bhd aims to bring its production to 143 billion pieces of gloves annually once its new manufacturing facilities are fully operational in 20 years time.

Hartalega has set its sights on Kedah to build 16 new manufacturing facilities over the next two decades, with an investment of RM7bil, and once completed, it is expected to contribute more than 5% of the state’s gross domestic product.

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