Niro Ceramic big on expansion next year


Niro Ceramic Group managing director Ian Kok.

IT is not very often we hear of a Swiss multinational company being bought over completely by Malaysians, and run successfully at that, but Niro Ceramic Group (Niro) is an exception.

Managing director Ian Kok tells StarBizWeek the first factory belonging to the group was built in Switzerland back in the 1970s, and was actually producing machinery for the food and ceramics industry.

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