Process Systems Engineering Centre (PROSPECT) from Research Institute for Sustainable Environment (RISE), UTM, organised a meeting with Medical Devices and Technology Centre (MEDiTEC), Institute of Human Centered Engineering (iHumEn), Aspen Glove Sdn. Bhd., Molnlycke Health Care Sdn. Bhd., Eco Medi Glove Sdn. Bhd., and ACME Ferrite Products Sdn. Bhd. They discussed the possibility of collaboration and consultation between the companies through the Cisco Webex platform.

Aspen Glove Sdn. Bhd. is a leading company in natural rubber resources and sophisticated technologies in glove-making production. They raised the bar of excellence in the industry with the formidable expertise of its technologically advanced facilities, fully automated systems and sustainable ESG practices.

Molnlycke Health Care Sdn. Bhd. is a world-leading medical products and solutions company, where medical solutions are designed and supplied to enhance performance in healthcare for hospitals and homes.

Meanwhile, Eco Medi Glove Sdn. Bhd. is known for its unique formulation in the compounding process. The manufacturing facilities are specially designed and built with unique features to create a sustainable environment to produce gloves that meet customers’ requirements while protecting the environment of society and the planet.

While ACME Ferrite Products Sdn. Bhd. has the distinction of being the pioneer producer of nickel zinc soft ferrite products in Malaysia. The company provided total customer satisfaction by emphasizing high quality and surpassed services, timely deliveries, competitive pricing, and other variables. Hence, to top it all off, ACME offered mutually beneficial customer partnerships around the globe.

For UTM, this could be the opportunity to break the gap with the involvement of industries that offers interdisciplinary pursuits in this emerging field where engineering techniques and technologies from various disciplines are used to address needs in healthcare technology.