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A township that has it all

VICTORIA and Kepayang estates are just two of the oil palm plantations businessman Vasudevan Nambiar, 54, remembers as a schoolboy. Now, the estates are part of Seremban Two (S2).


Stronger growth for Texchem

Texchem Resources Bhd is poised to show stronger earnings growth after three years of consolidation, which involved the streamlining of the diversified group's businesses into four core divisions - industrial, packaging, family care and seafood.


4 more Sushi King outlets to open next year

Sushi Kin Sdn Bhd, a member of the Texchem Group, plans to set up four more Sushi King restaurants in Malaysia by the end of next year.


Assessment rates in Perak to stay

Ratepayers in Perak have been given great news for the new year - there will be no increase in assessment rates.


Texchem eyes Myanmar for aquaculture business

TEXCHEM Resources Bhd plans to invest in the aquaculture business in Myanmar early next year, group chairman and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Fumihiko Konishi said.


Jusco outlet set to make waves

SEREMBAN 2 folks can look forward to more shopping trips within their township now that the long awaited Jusco Complex has open its doors.


Sushi King to record RM57mil sales this year

TEXCHEM Food Sdn Bhd expects its chain of Sushi King outlets in Malaysia to record RM57mil sales this year compared with RM50mil for the year ended Dec 31, 2004.


Texchem sets aside RM5.5mil for Sushi King

TEXCHEM Food Sdn Bhd, which has 34 I>Sushi King/Ioutlets in the country, plans to invest about RM5.5mil to establish new outlets as well as to refurbish and relocate existing outlets, president and chief operating officer Y. Nishida told I>StarBiz/I>.


Texchem plans Euro processing facility

TEXCHEM Resources Bhd plans to allocate 10 million euros for the setting up of a seafood processing facility in Europe next year.


Datascan to make exports its thrust

POINT-OF-SALE solutions (POS) provider Datascan Bhd is to count on export business in achieving a profit after tax of RM6mil on revenue of RM40mil in 2008.