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Aerospace and medical device segments to drive Texchem’s growth

GEORGE TOWN: Texchem Resources Bhd is targeting its aerospace and medical device business segments to be significant drivers of the group’s growth in three years.

Bursa highlights on Mon, April 25

For Monday, companies making notable announcements to Bursa Malaysia included CLIQ, DAYANG, GLOBETRONICS, MEGA FIRST, MRCB, MULTI SPORTS, TANAH MAKMUR and BURSA MALAYSIA.

Texchem to open 35 more restaurants nationwide this year

GEORGE TOWN: Texchem Resources Bhd plans to open 35 more restaurants nationwide this year, including Doutor Coffee, one of Japan’s biggest coffee shop chains.

Breakfast briefing: Monday, April 25

Breakfast briefing: Monday, April 25

Texchem unit in Myanmar marine product venture

PETALING JAYA: Texchem Resources Bhd’s (TRB) unit Texchem Food Sdn Bhd is venturing into the procurement and marketing of marine products such as soft shell crab, prawns and hamaguri, also known as the common orient clam, in Myanmar.

Bursa highlights for Fri, April 1

Companies that made notable announcements to Bursa Malaysia on Friday included AIRASIA, AT SYSTEMIZATION, GENTING, SCAN ASSOCIATES, SCOMI ENG, SUMATEC and TEXCHEM.

Texchem to explore Myanmar market further through new JV

KUALA LUMPUR: Texchem Resources Bhd (TRB), which already has a seafood processing factory in Myanmar, plans to explore further the market through a joint venture (JV) with Yangon-based frozen and dried seafood Mascot Industries Co Ltd and Brunei-based investment firm E-Sprint Co Ltd.

TRB unit in tie-up with Kokubu

KUALA LUMPUR: Texchem Resources Bhd’s (TRB) wholly-owned unit Texchem Restaurant Systems Sdn Bhd has signed a joint-venture (JV) agreement with Japanese company Kokubu Group Corp.

Sushi chain grows in strength

MANY of us can probably recall the times when we felt intrigued and excited by just picking up plate after plate of sushi from the conveyor (kaiten) belt at Sushi King.

Sushi King eyes annual sales of RM300mil

KUALA LUMPUR: Japanese restaurant chain Sushi King, the largest earnings contributor to Texchem Resources Bhd’s restaurant division, is eyeing annual sales of RM300mil from 2018 onwards.