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Versus Industry Posts Qtrly Profit Attributable 39.4 Mln RGT Versus 66.7 Million RGT
Versus Industry Posts Quarterly Profit Attributable Of 41.5 Million Ringgit
Versus Industry Posts QTRLY Profit Attributable 73.4 Million RGT
V.S. Industry Berhad is a Malaysia-based investment holding company. The Company is engaged in manufacturing, assembling and sale of electronic and electrical products, and plastic molded components and parts. Its segments include Malaysia, People's Republic of China and Indonesia. The Company operates as an integrated electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider. It provides various services, ranging from product design and development to product manufacturing, material procurement and logistics solutions. The Company's manufacturing services include plastic injection mold design and fabrication, a range of injection tonnage and finishing processes, large scale production of printed circuit boards, automated assembly and final processes of packaging and logistics. The Company's subsidiaries include V.S. Plus Sdn. Bhd., V.S. Electronics Sdn. Bhd., V.S. Technology Sdn. Bhd., V.S. Integrated Management Sdn. Bhd., and Skreen Fabric (M) Sdn. Bhd., among others.
Electronic Instr. & Controls
Jalan Murni 12, Murni Industrial Estate
Kim Ling Ling Beh
Executive Chairman of the Board
Sem Yam Gan
Managing Director, Executive Director
Chern Wei Beh
Pee Yong Gan
Tiong Sia Gan
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A short drive across the border from Dyson's new headquarters in Singapore is the boomtown built around its business: a Malaysian industrial area dominated by its biggest supplier, ATA IMS Bhd.
* YEAR AGO QTRLY NET PROFIT 37.9 MILLION RGT; YEAR AGO QTRLY REVENUE 979 MILLION RGT
Tech firms at Malaysia's one-time Silicon Valley of the East, swimming in orders from customers fleeing trade war-hit China, have seen fortunes turn again in the space of just a year as the coronavirus outbreak cuts them off from Chinese suppliers.
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