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    THAI RUBBER GLOVE MANUFACTURER SRI TRANG IS SET TO JOIN MEDEX 2019 THIS OCTOBER  
   
 
    MEDEX 2019, Myanmar’s No.1 International Exhibition for Medical and Pharmaceutical Equipment and Supplies is all set to take the stage from 3 to 5 October 2019 at the Tatmadaw Hall in Yangon. Many brands and companies from around the world have already signed up to participate at this expo, including major Thai rubber glove manufacturer and supplier Sri Trang. The company will join hundreds of other exhibiting brands in showcasing their products and solutions at the expo to meet Myanmar’s increasing market demands for high quality medical equipment and supplies.

 
   

Established in 1987, Sri Trang Agro-Industry Public Company Limited (STA) is currently the world’s largest fully integrated natural rubber company with a market share of 10% of global natural rubber consumption. We have operations in every sector of the natural rubber industry, from rubber plantations and rubber processing to the manufacture of medical examination gloves.

In the downstream sector, our subsidiary Sri Trang Gloves (Thailand) Co., Ltd. is Thailand’s largest and world’s top five manufacturers of medical examination gloves. Furthermore, we have successfully established our presence within the upstream sector of rubber cultivation with approximately 8,000 hectares of rubber plantations that are located in many provinces of Thailand.
 
   
 
    MEDEX 2019 is the perfect platform to introduce new technologies, ideas and solutions that will help to improve the quality and professionalism of Myanmar’s medical & pharmaceutical industries. With over 200 exhibiting companies and an expected attendance of over 5,000 trade visitors all over the country, MEDEX 2019 is sure to be the largest gathering for Myanmar’s healthcare sector that will meet the needs of exhibitors and buyers alike.

Take action today and reserve your ideal booth location at MEDEX 2019 to generate your business opportunities in Myanmar! For more information, please contact Ms Thiri (thiri@ambtarsus.com) or visit the website at www.medicasia.org.



 
               
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