Reaching for greater heights

Exporting to the world: One of Hovid’s Good Manufacturing Practice-certified manufacturing plants in Chemor, Perak.

KUALA LUMPUR: While the global surge in the need for hygiene products and personal protective equipment in the past year has ramped up business for pharmaceutical companies, the challenge has been in ensuring a steady supply of products to meet the demand.

For Hovid Bhd, it received a drastic increase in orders from both local and international existing and new customers that was beyond its production capacity, but chose to capitalise on the opportunity by tapping on its large network of suppliers to eventually ramp up production and work with reliable partners to complete supply for export.

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