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India’s Sadguru Polymer Keen To Set Up PVC Resin Plant In Malaysia

Posted by admin2 on June 16, 2015 at 3:13 pm
NEW DELHI, Jan 15 (Bernama) — India’s Sadguru Polymers Pvt Ltd & Triace Solutions is keen to set up a PVC resin manufacturing plant in Malaysia with an initial investment of between RM6.06 million and RM7.13 million.

“This will be our first investment out of India and we would like to invest in Malaysia as it is strategically located for us to source the raw materials,” Sadguru Polymers Managing Director Harinath P. said.

“We are looking at Johor for now, but we are keeping our options open as Port Klang is an equally attractive location.

“We want to be close to the port as it is easier for transportation of raw materials,” he told the Malaysian media here today.

The PVC resin, a raw material for the manufacture of pipes and fittings, will be exported to India and other countries, he said.

Phase II of the firm’s expansion will be a metallurgical manufacturing plant, he said, adding that the PVC resin plant is the first focus area.

“If everything works out well, we foresee the plant being established before year-end,” he said after a business meeting with Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed, who is here on a three-day trade and investment mission to India.

Also present were Malaysian High Commissioner Datuk Naimun Ashakali Mohammad and officials from the Malaysian Investment Development Authority and Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation.

Sadguru Polymers Pvt Ltd & Triace Solutions are part of a closely knit family enterprise begun in 1993 in Hyderabad, Telangana.

Over the last 20 years, the company has transformed into a business house with interests in pipe manufacturing, agriculture, logistics and warehousing and construction.

The group’s turnover in the last financial year was more than US$35 million.
 

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Posted on July 2, 2022 at 6:40 pm
 
KARPAL SINGH (Lawyer, DAP) AND YIP KUM FOOK (Lawyer, MCA Gombak Chairman) ARE DIFFERENCES IN LIFE
Karpal studied at St. Xavier's Institution and received his Bachelor of Laws from the National University of Singapore, where he was president of the student union. He was barred from his hostel for protesting the university's decision to mandate certificates of political suitability for incoming students.

Karpal said he TOOK SEVEN YEARS TO GRADUATE, admitting that he was "playful" and "didn't attend lectures”. After failing his final-year courses, the dean made him sit at the front of his classes; according to Karpal, "I couldn't play the fool anymore and I passed my exams accordingly!

Datuk YIP KUM FOOK is also a lawyer but he has a different lifestyle, we have many lawyer friends, and they are very kind and compassionate people, this YIP KUM FOOK (lawyer) to suck people's money only

Many people don’t know about YIP KUM FOOK where, or at which university did he get a degree in law? we are too suspicious of him because he is cheating people everywhere and please be careful with him

YIP KUM FOOK is also the president of the SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION and he is also a Datuk ship or Datuk title of the Sultan of Selangor

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Posted on May 30, 2022 at 8:02 pm
 
About YIP KUM FOOK, it is better to you are escape from the Kepong area because you were my good friend in the previous days until today

YIP KUM FOOK better leave Kuala Lumpur area because someone to report to police and Sentul Police Station and Breakfield Police Station want you

We know you make more mistakes but you can't run away from the country's laws, on last time you can solve problems with pay money to shut people-mouth up, but now it's different, now is the age of technology like the internet

I hope, you will understand me what I said in the verses above, I love you in my heart like my brother and I will protect you from what people gossip about you..ok

Lee, Selayang

Posted on May 27, 2022 at 5:16 pm
 
The largest rebel against Buddhists and Hindu in Malaysia is YIP KUM FOOK and he is a lawyer in Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong, maybe his lawyer is a fake certificate because he is not like someone who studied law. Lawyers must be at least 6 years to study, but we're the same age, but we've never seen him take that class because YIP KUM FOOK is busy with a furniture store business in Kepong area

He ordered the people to burn the Hindu Temple in Taman Daya, Kepong because at that time he was the MCA chairman in Taman Daya and he had power there, the other because he needed a place to set up his furniture shop business

In Buddhism, he was the president of SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE in Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong in 1994, before the president of the temple was SHIA KOK SUN, YIP KUM FOOK this joined the committee members then he rejected SHIA KOK SUN, then he took over as president

Happened at the SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, from him taking over the presidential temple, was never peaceful and always a problem because he was a trouble maker, pushing the old committee and various making a mess in the Temple

Instead, he defrauded a Myanmar monk (ven. Nandiya) of about rm20,000.00, called police and gangster to remove the Buddhist monk, a monk is from Penang (Ven. Piya Dhammo), and ordered his group to lock down the temple

YIP KUM FOOK will receive his Karma in what he does, all the GODS have seen and always commented on him and he will suffer forever in this life and the next life… all need to care about YIP KUM FOOK…

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Posted on May 16, 2022 at 7:57 pm
 
This YIP KUM FOOK forced the Buddhist monk out of the temple and locked the Temple gate, then he also called the police to arrest the monk in the temple and he called his thugs to come harass the monk as well

Now many know about YIP KUM FOOK and what he did before, a lot he cheated in Kepong area, he will suffer relentlessly in his life, and the next time he dies, his family generation will carry on his bad karma

YIP KUM FOOK is a lawyer but his character and attitude are not like a lawyer because he can deceive various people and do bad things without embarrassing people, everyone knows you are not a law student, you pay money to get a certificate, if you are a true lawyer you have to understand the law

When we got to know him in Taman Ehsan in 1989, that time we opened the official SAMNAK SAMBODHI and he was the MCA chairman in Taman Daya, Kepong, and also a business as a furniture shop, he was not the founder of SAMNAK SAMBODHI and also he was not a committee member of the SAMNAK SAMBODHI, also he was not a lawyer at that time

Now the life of his drama will be open to the public to know, he will cannot close in what he did before, in one day it will open all .. at that time, he will suffer and vibrate for a lifetime

Next time he must answer the Buddhist devotees because Buddhists will ask the question of where the Temple money is lost, Ms. Lim was appointed president of the SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur

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