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Drive to raise funds for an ambulance

Spare some change and donate it to the Malaysian Jusco Foundation's fundraising campaign to buy an ambulance for the Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS).


Special kind of crafts

BEADWORKS, woven crafts and woodcrafts by the indigenous people are unique but at the Gerai OA they are made personal with each tag bearing information on the craftsman and the product itself.


MD: Global slowdown not hurting Scientex

SUBANG JAYA: The possible global economic slowdown will not have a big impact on Scientex Inc Bhd's export business in the current financial year ending July 31, said managing director P.J. Lim.


Scientex to increase woven bags capacity

Scientex Packaging Bhd plans to expand production capacity of its woven bags plant in Vietnam to 250 tonnes per month by mid-2007, from 150 tonnes per month currently.


A showcase of all things Balinese

IN AN effort to 'bring' Bali to Malaysia, A.K Perdana Production, in collaboration with Menara Kuala Lumpur, is currently holding the Exotic Bali Trade Expo.


Happiness is a habit in Nepal

JAMIE KHOO writes about his trip to Kathmandu, Nepal.


Scientex Vietnam unit finds niche in Japan

Scientex Polymer (VN) Co Ltd (SPVN), a manufacturer of carpets for cars, has found a niche in Japan and is determined to expand its position there, SPVN president Masaaki Nakade said.


Scipack aims to make 1.2 million bulk bags a month

Scientex Packaging Bhd (Scipack) is targeting to produce 1.2 million plastic-based bulk bags a month within three years to achieve its vision to become a leading producer of bulk bags in Asean, said chairman Lim Peng Cheong.


A strong fiscal start for Scipack

SCIENTEX Packaging Bhd (Scipack) showed a surprisingly strong start to its current financial year, posting a 57% increase in operating profit for the first quarter ended Oct 31over the preceding quarter.


Smaller Vietnam plant for Century Bond

JOHOR-BASED household care and industrial products manufacturer Century Bond Bhd has decided to scale down its proposed Vietnamese plant project, managing director Alan Tan Siew Kim said.