Alpro Group collaborates with Panasonic to reduce airborne threats


From left: Alpro Pharmacy procurement director Wong Wen Jun, Alpro Pharmacy chief pharmacist Lim En Ni, Panasonic Malaysia country head of life solutions Atsushi Yoshida and Panasonic Malaysia general manager of sales promotion life solutions Terence Leong.

PETALING JAYA: Alpro Group has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Panasonic Malaysia to enhance the air quality for Alpro’s patrons and employees with nanoeX technology air purification system across all outlets and its headquarters here.

Alpro Group is the holding company of Malaysia’s largest prescription pharmacy chain, Alpro Pharmacy.

“To us, customer assurance starts the moment patrons enter any Alpro outlets. Our goal is to make them feel safe from the moment they walk through the doors, and that includes the environment of our outlets, including the air they breathe.

“By providing them a peace of mind when visiting Alpro outlets, they could freely engage with our team of professionals from doctors to pharmacists, to dietitians & nutritionists, to physio-therapists, to beauty advisors,” Alpro Pharmacy chief pharmacist Lim En Ni said in a statement.

Meanwhile, Panasonic Malaysia's country head of life solutions Atsushi Yoshida said: “Both Panasonic and Alpro Group share similar missions which is contributing and enriching lives of our society while valuing our people and protecting them by providing a safe environment for them to

shop or work. Our unique technology and solutions not only keep buildings well-ventilated, cool, and clean but with efficient energy usage.”

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