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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.


Malaysian players have an edge over rivals

MALAYSIA'S rubber glove manufacturers are expected to retain their competitive advantage against their counterparts in Thailand and Indonesia over the next five years.


Rubber glove sector in the limelight

The rubber glove sector has the potential to be the flavour of the moment in the Malaysian market, with the current turbulent financial environment in the US and its knock-on effect on the global market.


World in our hands

Malaysian rubber gloves industry has achieved top spot in the world in exports and production.


Margma: Expedite approval of foreign workers

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Rubber Glove Manufacturers#8217; Association (Margma) is urging the authorities to expedite the approval of foreign workers for glove manufacturers.


Tillotson case shows united stand by glove makers

IT was a sweet second victory for nitrile glove makers when the US Court of Appeals last month gunned down US-based Tillotson Corp's claims of infringement on its patent against 30 global nitrile glove manufacturers, dealers and importers, including 12 Malaysian companies.


Glove makers urged to increase prices

PETALING JAYA: Members of the Malaysian Rubber Glove Manufacturers' Association (Margma) are advised to increase and adjust prices according to the rising raw material costs and continued weakening of the US dollar.


Rubber glove players have upped prices

PETALING JAYA:b/b>Rubber glove players have already increased their glove prices in accordance with the rising raw material costs and continued weakening of the US dollar.


Exports of rubber products seen growing 10% this year

KUALA LUMPUR: The export of rubber products is expected to grow 10% again this year after taking into account all the economic crises that are currently taking place, said Malaysian Rubber Export Promotion Council chief executive officer Datuk Teo Suat Cheng.


Up to 15% growth in demand for rubber gloves seen

PETALING JAYA: Latex prices’ downtrend will continue in the next few months due to improved supply and relatively stable demand, according to Top Glove Corp Bhd chairman Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai.