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Top Glove Corporation Says Looking To List In Hong Kong In 6-9 Months, In Talks With Bankers
Top Glove Corp Intends To Seek Shareholders' Approval To Buy Its Own Shares
Top Glove Corporation Posts Q4 Profit Attributable Of 1.29 Billion RGT
Top Glove Corporation Bhd is a Malaysia-based company, which is engaged in investment holding and providing management services. The Company is also a rubber glove manufacturer. It operates through five segments: Malaysia, Thailand, The People's Republic of China, The British Virgin Islands and Others. It offers products in three types of materials, such as latex, nitrile and vinyl. The Company provides its products to various industries, such as aerospace, automotive, beauty, food, home care, laboratory medical or healthcare, semiconductor and others/general. Its products include latex powdered gloves, latex powder-free gloves, soft nitrile powdered/powder-free gloves, nitrile gloves, stretchy vinyl powder-free gloves, surgical gloves, household gloves, cleanroom gloves, cast polyethylene (CPE) gloves, industrial/long length high risk gloves, thermoplastic elastomer gloves, nitrile surgical gloves, double donning surgical gloves and thermoformed film packaged surgical gloves.
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Jln Teratai, 6th Miles, Off Jln Meru
Wee Chai Lim
Executive Chairman of the Board
Cheong Guan Lim
Executive Director - Finance, Executive Director
Chong Ban Wong
Chief Operating Officer
Kim Meow Lee
Managing Director, Executive Director
Yat Hing Lam
Senior General Manager - Marketing
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Malaysia's Top Glove Corporation Bhd <TPGC.KL> said it planned to list in Hong Kong within six to nine months after "supernormal" demand for disposable gloves during the COVID-19 pandemic saw its quarterly profit skyrocket to a company record.
* TOP GLOVE CORPORATION SAYS LOOKING TO LIST IN HONG KONG IN 6-9 MONTHS, IN TALKS WITH BANKERS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Liz Lee)
Malaysian glove maker Top Glove Corporation Bhd reported a multifold jump in quarterly profit on Thursday, beating analyst estimates, on strong global demand due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Malaysia's Top Glove Corp is working rapidly to resolve this month issues that prompted a U.S. Customs import ban, including improving its migrant workers' living conditions, its managing director said on Tuesday.
Malaysia's Top Glove Corporation said on Monday it had begun making remediation payments to migrant workers who were employed by the world's largest medical glove maker before 2019, when it put in place ethical recruitment practices.
* Top Glove in "cordial and constructive engagement" with CBP (Adds company's update on developments, share price movements)
Leading medical glove maker Top Glove Corporation <TPGC.KL> has submitted information to prove it did not use forced labour, a U.S. Customs official said on Wednesday, following an import ban on the company.
Top Glove Corp Bhd posted a 366% jump in third-quarter net profit amid "unparalleled growth" in demand for protective gear during the coronavirus pandemic, the world's largest medical glove maker said on Thursday.
Top Glove Corporation Bhd posted a 366% jump in third-quarter net profit amid "unparalleled growth" in sales due to the coronavirus pandemic, it said in a statement on Thursday.
* YEAR AGO QTRLY REVENUE 1.19 BILLION RGT, YEAR AGO QTRLY NET PROFIT 74.7 MILLION RGT
A global shortage of medical gloves due to a coronavirus-driven surge in demand will carry over into next year, Malaysia, the world's biggest gloves supplier, said on Thursday, warning buyers to be wary of scammers promising quick supplies.
Top Glove Corp Bhd, the world's biggest maker of medical gloves, plans to start producing face masks to meet rising demand from the coronavirus outbreak, a top executive told Reuters.
The world's biggest maker of medical gloves is grappling with a serious shortage of workers as it tries to meet a huge surge in demand as countries such as the United States run out of personal protective gear due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Malaysia’s Top Glove Corporation Bhd, which makes one in every five gloves globally, expects a product shortage as demand from Europe and the United States spikes because of the widening coronavirus outbreak is exceeding its capacity.
* TOP GLOVE CORPORATION BHD REQUESTS FOR TRADING HALT Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* YEAR AGO QTRLY REVENUE 1.16 BILLION RGT, YEAR AGO QTRLY NET PROFIT 105.8 MILLION RGT
* CO, UNITS & ADVENTA PARTIES ENTERED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT OVER LEGAL ACTIONS FILED BY PARTIES ON PURCHASE OF ASPION BY TOP CARE
M alaysia said on Monday it would take action against Top Glove Corp. Bhd, the world's top medical glovemaker, which admitted breaching labour laws after a Thomson Reuters Foundation expose found some migrants working illegal overtime.
Malaysia said on Monday it would take action against Top Glove Corp. Bhd , the world's largest glovemaker, for breaching labour laws after a Thomson Reuters Foundation expose found some migrants working illegal overtime to pay off debts.
M alaysian company Top Glove Corp. Bhd, the world's top glovemaker, said on Monday it would "continue to improve" its labour standards after a Thomson Reuters Foundation expose found some migrants working illegal overtime to pay off debts.
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