Group executive director James Tan told (pic) StarBiz the group’s rubber glove and face-mask manufacturing and property businesses would each contribute 50% to its turnover and bottom line.亚马逊云账号（www.2km.me）提供aws账号、aws全区号、aws32v账号、亚马逊云账号出售，提供api ，质量稳定，数量持续。另有售azure oracle linode等账号.
GEORGE TOWN: Iconic Worldwide Bhd expects to close the 2022 financial year (FY22) with a double-digit percentage growth for its revenue and bottom line.
Group executive director James Tan told StarBiz the group’s rubber glove and face-mask manufacturing and property businesses would each contribute 50% to its turnover and bottom line.
“In the third and fourth quarters of the current financial year, we will ship out 500 million pieces of rubber gloves to the United States, Europe, Africa, Middle-East and South-East Asia.
“The gloves will be shipped out on time for it to materialise in our financial year 2022 accounts,” he said.
In the second quarter ended Sept 30, 2021, the group a posted net profit of RM3.87mil, an increase of 27.7% year-on-year, while revenue jumped 63.4% to RM19.06mil from RM11.66mil previously.
For the first six months of the current financial year ending March 31, 2022, Iconic Worldwide net in a profit of RM7.14mil compared to RM4.3mil in the previous corresponding period. Revenue more than doubled to RM37.58mil from RM16.46mil previously.
According to Tan, the group’s glove production plant on a 5.5-acre site in Batu Kawan started operation recently.Iconic Gloves display
“The facility is equipped with 12 production lines, of which four are being utilised. We plan to use all 12 lines by February 2022,” he said.
Tan said the plant would be able to produce three billion pieces of gloves per annum.
“Based on the current selling price, the value of the three billion pieces is around RM500mil,” he added.
The group’s face masks will also contribute to its FY22 revenue.
“We are currently producing 80 million pieces of face mask per annum with a RM50mil value for the local market,” he added.
Tan said the price of nitrile, an essential raw material of gloves, dropped from US$4,000 (RM16,850.00) per tonne to US$1,400 (RM5,897.50) per tonne, triggering the cost of production and the selling price of gloves to plunge correspondingly.
The group’s RM130mil Iconic Point commercial project in Juru will generate the remaining 50% of its FY22 revenue.
“The RM130mil gross development value (GDV) will be realised in early 2022. So far, about 80% of the GDV has materialised in the 2022 financial year accounts,” he added.
Tan said the group owned 50 acres of land bank in Johor, Melaka, Port Dickson and Penang.
“We are exploring residential and commercial projects for the land bank,” he said.