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It's in the bag

Whatever the mood, outfit or occasion, Maganda Styles has the bag for you. Their hand-woven totes in vibrant hues will add pizzazz to any fashionista#8217;s wardrobe, writes ALICE CHING.


Century Bond building plant in Vietnam

CENTURY Bond Sdn Bhd will invest RM10mil to set up a packaging plant in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam, to produce paper and woven bags for cement and chemicals.


News in brief

News briefs on Kumpulan Europlus, Scientex Packaging, Digistar, Seni Jaya, EON Capital, Pasdec holdings, Len Cheong, DRB-HICOM and Yeo Hiap Seng.


Colour me subtly

Gentle hues are the way to go this spring if you are a follower of Ferragamo's whims and inspiration, writes MICHELE LIAN.


Scientex plans to double output

SCIENTEX Packaging Bhd, which has recently completed its rationalisation exercise, plans to double its packaging production capacity to 100,000 tonnes by 2008 from 50,000 tonnes now.


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.


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.


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.


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.


Happiness is a habit in Nepal

JAMIE KHOO writes about his trip to Kathmandu, Nepal.