Bedding company rolls out initiative for orang utan

Tan (left) handing a mock cheque to Linda during the sponsorship presentation ceremony at Zoo Negara. — Photos: LOW LAY PHON/The Star

THIS year marks a milestone for homegrown natural latex mattress company Getha as it celebrates its 50th anniversary with newly adopted furry family members.

Getha has contributed RM50, 000 to Zoo Negara to support the wellbeing, conservation and maintenance of five orang utan – four Bornean and one Sumatran.

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