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Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd, a Malaysia based glove manufacture expanded its operations by adding two new production plants in 2015. Presently, the company has a production capacity of 22 billion pieces per year out of which 70% is nitrile gloves and remaining is natural rubber gloves.
May 23, 2018· SHAH ALAM: Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd is targeting a double-digit growth rate for its rubber glove production capacity in the next two years, with total capacity expected to hit 32.5 billion pieces by end-2019, from 25 billion at present. The group estimates that its annual production capacity will rise by 10% by year end on commencement of Plant 16, and by 16% by end-2019 as Plants 17, 18 .
"Top Glove is at highest risk, assuming these trends continue," CIMB analyst Walter Aw wrote in a note. Aw said Top Glove had benefited the most from lower raw material prices and a stronger US dollar against the ringgit last year. At 10:29am today, Top Glove shares rose five sen or 1% to RM5.10 for a market capitalisation of RM6.43 billion.
Figure 2014-2019 Top Glove Reusable Gloves Market Share Table Kossan Information List Table SWOT Analysis of Kossan Table 2014-2019 Kossan Reusable Gloves Product Capacity Production (Tons) Price Cost (USD/Ton) Production Value (M USD) List Figure 2014-2019 Kossan Reusable Gloves Capacity Production (Tons) and Growth Rate
Kossan has 30% latex vs 70% nitrile production. USD also strengthen where last Q they use 4.14 and now should be 4.20? So in terms of selling price and forex gain, it should be positive for next QR.
Established in 1979, Kossan is one of the largest manufacturers of latex disposable gloves in the world with an annual production capacity of 25 billion pieces and the largest technical rubber products manufacturer in Malaysia with a total compounding capacity exceeding 10,000 mt.
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This is attributable to strong earnings performance led by capacity expansion and higher demand. . top 4 glove manufacturers (Hartalega, Kossan, Top Glove, Supermax) expected to increase c12% from its 2017 capacity. KLCI, 7.2% . Table 1: Glove consumption vs population % of World Population % of Global Glove Consumption
Kossan Rubber has been established since 1979 with primary business in glove manufacturing followed by technical rubber and cleanroom manufacturing expertise.