High Quality Made-in-Malaysia Rubber Products at HOSPITAL EXPO, JAKARTA
MREPC will take part in Hospital Expo Jakarta 2016 with five Malaysian rubber medical device manufacturers. This year will mark MREPC’s fourth participation in this annual event which is scheduled to be held from 19 – 22 October 2016 at the Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta, Indonesia. The 29th Hospital Expo Jakarta will be held concurrently with 14th Indonesian Hospital Association Congress and 10th Annual Seminar on Patient Safety.
Come visit the MREPC pavilion at Hall A, Booth Number 154 at the Hospital Expo 2016 to source for high quality rubber medical devices from Malaysia!
MREPC and Malaysian Manufacturers at the World's Premier Auto Parts Exhibition
MREPC participated at Automechanika Frankfurt 2016 in Frankfurt, Germany from 13 - 17 September 2016, together with ten rubber product manufacturers from Malaysia. Automechanika is the world’s largest exhibition for the automotive aftermarket.
The event, which had a record 4,820 exhibitors from 76 countries, attracted 136,000 visitors from 170 countries. The participating Malaysian manufacturers received encouraging feedback and enquiries on rubber automotive components such as hoses, O-rings, engine mountings and oil seals.
Draft Chinese FDA Medical Device Classification Catalogue Would Reduce Number of Device Groups
The China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA), which oversees China’s medical device market, has published a draft version of its new medical device classification catalogue for public comment. According to an Emergo analysis of the draft catalogue, devices in the new version of the document are divided into groups based mainly on function and clinical application considerations; in the current catalog, device groups are determined based on multiple criteria. As such, the draft version of the catalogue would reduce the total number of device groups from 43 to 22.
Top Glove Ups Production, Expands Market to Reach 10% Sales Growth Target
Malaysia’s Top Glove, the world’s largest manufacturer of natural rubber gloves, has set a target of 10% year-on-year growth in sales volume for the 2017 financial year, despite its own warnings of a supply glut in the highly competitive industry. The company’s sales volumes grew 11% in the full year to the end of August, largely due to growing demand for nitrile, or synthetic, rubber gloves. Rubber gloves are widely categorised into natural and synthetic rubber, with the latter preferred in developed countries for its allergen-free make-up.
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