SCGM to expand food packaging capacity


SCGM managing director Datuk Seri Lee Hock Chai (pic) said, “We are seeing encouraging uptake for our F&B packaging such as bento boxes, bakery trays and other products in the last few quarters, as we meet increasing demand from F&B businesses in line with higher takeaways amidst Covid-19.”

KUALA LUMPUR: Food packaging manufacturer SCGM Bhd plans to spend RM20mil capital expenditure (capex) to expand its food packaging capacity.

The capex, which is allocated for the next financial year ending April 30,2022 (FY22) would be used to buy extrusion machines and forming machines.

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