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Wyeth's focus on quality in children nutrition

Manufacturers of infant and children nutritional supplements are facing intense competition in view of the declining birth rates across the world.


Maxonherbs eyeing the herbal market

SINCE he became chairman of Maxonherbs Sdn Bhd, businessman Datuk Seri Syed Amir Putra Jamalullail has taken to distributing his company's products at golf clubs as well. Set up early last year, the company is the distributor of natural health supplements MaxonHerbs.


Hi-City positions as region's medical supplier

HI-CITY Bioscience Group Bhd is drawing up plans to produce medical devices and pharmaceutical products as part of its strategy to position itself as a total supplier of medical products in the region, group managing director Heah Chew Teng told I>StarBiz/I>.


Malaysia base for China food supplement maker

ONE of China's top 10 entrepreneurs, Li Jinyuan, who owns the Tianshi Health Development group, plans to make Malaysia a base for I>halal /I>food supplements production in South-East Asia.


Thalgo upbeat on nutritional products

THALGO Cosmetic (S.E.A), a cosmetics company that specialises in marine cosmetology and thalassotherapy, plans to launch nutrition supplements in Malaysia this year to boost its revenue.


Making waves in biotechnology

SINCE 1996, when it saw its humble beginnings in a shop house in Cheras, the INS group has grown to become a global player in the bio-technology industry.


Hovid targets RM145m sales

PHARMACEUTICAL manufacturer Hovid Bhd, en route to a second board listing on April 5, expects turnover to grow to RM145mil for the financial year ending June 30, from RM113mil a year earlier, said managing director David Ho.


Carotech to expand production

CAROTECH Bhd, which will be listed on the Mesdaq market on Friday, plans to expand its production capacity, said managing director David Ho Sue San.


Friday Mesdaq listing for Carotech

DAVID Ho Sue San is about to add another feather to his cap. The man who introduced painkillers in dispersible tablet form to the Malaysian market will see his second company, Carotech Bhd, listed on Bursa Malaysia's Mesdaq market on Friday.


Carotech closes at 50 sen on debut

CAROTECH Bhd shares opened at 47.5 sen on their debut on Bursa Malaysia's Mesdaq market yesterday for a 7.5 sen premium, or about 19%, over the initial public offer (IPO) price of 40 sen each. The stock, which was the day's second most active counter, closed at 50 sen for a 10 sen gain on volume of 18.3 million shares.