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Business

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.

Community

Traders encouraged to sell alternative to plastic bags

WOVEN bags will be sold at 15 morning and night markets in the Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) areas to reduce the use of plastic bags. It is part of the state government’s move to stop the use of plastic bags and polystyrene packaging beginning Jan 1, 2017.

Community

Going green in walk

TO show its concern for the environment, Eastin Hotel Penang is giving away 15,000 non-woven bags worth nearly RM20,000 to be used as goodie bags for participants of Penang Starwalk 2010.

Community

More goodies pouring in for Starwalk

THE Eastin Hotel in Queensbay, Penang, has come in as a main sponsor of Penang Starwalk 2009 by sponsoring RM10,000 cash and RM30,000 worth of environmental friendly woven bags.

Business

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.

Retail

Growing on going green

THANKS to the encouragement by governments and supermarkets, it may seem as if reusable shopping bags are becoming almost as ubiquitous as plastic bags.

Lifestyle

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.

AseanPlus News

Retailers go green, bag makers red

BEIJING: Retailers in China are now fighting a battle for the 'green' high ground in a bid to turn fashion-conscious customers into eco-aware shoppers, as plastic bags face the ban.

Letters

Retailers go green, bag makers red

Retailers in China are now fighting a battle for the 'green' high ground in a bid to turn fashion-conscious customers into eco-aware shoppers, as plastic bags face the ban.

Community

On track to being plastic-free

THE sale of plastic bags in Selangor has dropped by between 30% and 50% since the state government banned its use this year.