Oji on expansion path despite pandemic

Latest project: Hasni (centre) with Tan (right) and Bukit Permai assemblyman Tosrin Jarvanthi at the ground breaking ceremony of United Kotak Bhd second plant in Kulai. The plant is slated for completion in the first quarter of 2022 and will employ 300 workers.

KULAI: Oji Holdings Corp is optimistic about prospects and opportunities of the packaging-related industries in Malaysia and the region.

According to senior executive officer Dilun Tan, despite the economic uncertainties brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic globally, the group recorded a significant growth last year.

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