Iconic expects continued strong demand for PPE

Group executive director James Tan said the Penang company is “passionate and confident” about this new venture as it is in it for the long-haul. “The reason we ventured into this sector is not for the short-term, and not for Covid-19 purposes only, ” Tan (pic) told StarBiz.

PETALING JAYA: Iconic Worldwide Bhd remains confident that its new personal protective equipment (PPE) venture is the way forward for the company and says it should see some returns on investment from this business by the end of next year.

This is despite the availability of Covid-19 vaccines here and globally, which could translate into lower demand and hence, pricing, for PPE.

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