CORP BRIEF: Prasarana, TH Plantations, T7 Global, Iconic, Metronic Medicare and Green Packet

by TMR / graphic by TMR 

Jamaludin is Prasarana new non-exec chairman 

PRASARANA Malaysia Bhd has appointed Tan Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim as its new non-executive chairman. In a statement yesterday, the company also appointed Malaysia Airlines Bhd CTO Mohd Azharuddin Mat Sah as its president and group CEO effective July 15. 

TH Plantations names Amrin as non-ED 

TH PLANTATIONS Bhd (THP) has appointed Datuk Seri Amrin Awaluddin, 55, as its non-ED effective yesterday. In a filing to Bursa Malaysia, the plantation arm of Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH) said Amrin will carry on the duty as a non-independent and non-executive member of the board. — Bernama 

T7 Global partners Siemens for logistics sector 

T7 GLOBAL Bhd has partnered Singapore-based Siemens Logistics Pte Ltd for opportunities in the logistics sector. The energy solution provider entered into a collaboration agreement with Siemens Logistics through its subsidiary, T7 Kemuncak Sdn Bhd. 

Iconic signs deal with Limmas for exam gloves 

ICONIC Worldwide Bhd has signed a supply of gloves agreement with Limmas Corp Ltd to supply 12 million boxes or 1.2 billion pieces of powder-free nitrile examination gloves. In a stock exchange filing yesterday, Iconic Worldwide said the agreement made via its subsidiary, Iconic Medicare Sdn Bhd, will be for a period of 14 months, commencing on July 1, 2021. 

Metronic Medicare in SPA with MTPS and Genesprint 

METRONIC Global Bhd, via its a wholly owned subsidiary, Metronic Medicare Sdn Bhd, has entered into a sale and purchase agreement Genesprint Group Ltd for the supply of 20 million units of Covid-19 immune system test kits to Thailand’s MTPS Innotech Co Ltd. 

Green Packet not raising RM328.4m via rights issue 

GREEN Packet Bhd had resolved not to proceed with the renounceable rights issue of new ordinary shares together with free detachable warrants to raise RM328.37 million. In a filing to Bursa yesterday, the company said the board made the decision after due deliberations and having considered the prevailing market conditions and volatility of the share price of the company since the rights issue announcement on May 18. — Bernama