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Growing on the strength of ‘local oak’

The Buloh Kasap plantation where rubber trees are grown not necessarily for latex but for wood that would be used in the furniture industry.

Chance to enjoy nine-day holiday stretch next year

Malaysians will get to enjoy a stretch of nine days of holiday during next year's Chinese New Year period if they take leave on Feb 2 and Feb 3, I>Nanyang Siang Pau /I>reported.

Top Glove boosting output, sales to rise 43%

TOP Glove Corp Bhd, the world's biggest supplier of rubber gloves, expects sales to rise 43% this year as it boosts capacity by more than a third to meet demand, chief executive officer Datuk Lim Wee Chai said in a recent interview.

New source of growth for Top Glove, Evergreen shines

EVERGREEN Fibreboard Bhd is controlled by the Kuo family who were originally from Taiwan but who have since become Singaporeans.

Rubber prices to surge further

RUBBER prices, which rallied last year, have continued to surge this year fuelled by strong demand and soaring crude oil prices.

MINT awarded gold medal for latest invention

THE Malaysia Research Institute of Nuclear Technology (MINT) had come a long way with its research programme and inventions in agriculture, medicine and technology, said I>Tamil Nesan/I>.

Drought to boost CPO, rubber prices

THE prolonged drought in the region will have a positive impact on the prices of commodities like crude palm oil (CPO) and rubber, but production will be lower.

More incentives in store for rubber players

Given its encouraging growth potential, the rubber products manufacturing industry can expect more in terms of government incentives and promotional activities abroad.

Mardec set to raise natural rubber output next year

MARDEC Bhd will increase it annual production of natural rubber to 250,000 tonnes by next year in view of the rising trend in the commodity#8217;s price, group chief executive Datuk Dr Mahmood Abdul Kadir said.

SPIB not hit by rising rubber price

SEAL Polymer Industries Bhd (SPIB), a manufacturer of premium quality examination gloves, is not really affected by the increasing price of natural rubber, said managing director Cheang Phoy Ken.