Vitrox to invest up to RM100mil in expansion


"Our backlog is still healthy and encouraging. We are optimistic about the outlook for the first quarter 2022.” - Chu Jenn Weng

GEORGE TOWN: Vision-inspection equipment maker Vitrox Corp Bhd plans to invest between RM80mil and RM100mil in a new expansion project in Batu Kawan this year.

Group chief executive officer Chu Jenn Weng said the expansion would add 447,000 sq ft of floor space for production, business development, design and development, and shared services activities at the plant.

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