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Apex sees 15% rise in sales

APEX Healthcare Bhd is optimistic of the potential of the country's healthcare industry and is looking at an annual 15% growth in sales, according to managing director Dr Kee Kirk Chin.


Referrals help ring up Digistar sales

DIGISTAR Corp Bhd founder and managing director Lee Wah Chong#146;s recipe for staying power in the systems integration industry is simple - giving customer satisfaction.


Government boost for healthcare firms

THE government has allocated RM9bil in next year's budget to upgrade the existing healthcare system, an increase of 20.5% from last year.


The major healthcare players

Focus on Pharmaniaga, KPJ, MOX, Kotra, Duopharma and Apex.


Export markets another growth source for domestic phamaceuticals

EXPORT markets could be another source of growth for the domestic pharmaceutical companies.


Six companies awarded for promoting growth of SMIs

TENAGA Nasional Malaysia Bhd, Motorola Multimedia Sdn Bhd, Intel Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd, IBM Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Credit Guarantee Corp Malaysia Bhd and Cisco Systems (M) Sdn Bhd were recognised yesterday for contributing to the promotion and development of small- and medium-sized (SMIs) industries in the country.


Digistar eyes IT jobs in Indochina, South Korea

SYSTEMS Integrator Digistar Corp Bhd, en route to a listing on the KLSE Mesdaq market by early next month, is looking at securing contracts in Indochina and South Korea.


Ideal Healthcare to up exports

IDEAL Healthcare Sdn Bhd (IHSB), a leading manufacturer of disposable medical and healthcare products, plans to leverage on the European Union's CE mark it achieved recently to make forays next year into hard-selling Europe, Japan and the United States.



Kathy Fong writes on Scomi, BToto, Nam Fatt, Pharmaniaga and EON Capital.


MOX medical gas sales set to rise 13%

MALAYSIAN Oxygen Bhd (MOX), which commands a dominant share in the medical gases market, sees 13% growth in its medical gas business to RM32mil in the next fiscal year on higher public spending on healthcare facilities.