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Sunzen Biotech & Xmegami Tie-Up To Produce Beauty Products For Malaysians

Sunzen Biotech Bhd and Xmegami, a micro-business platform, have collaborated to produce the Xmegami range of beauty products for the Malaysian and international markets.


The products will be manufactured at the ACE market-listed group's healthcare facility in Shah Alam, Selangor.


Its subsidiary company Ecolite Biotech Manufacturing Sdn Bhd, has formed a joint venture company with Xmegami. The signing ceremony took place at EQ Kuala Lumpur on Saturday (June 11).


According to Sunzen's managing director and CEO, Teo Yek Ming, this collaboration transforms Ecolite from a traditional to a modern healthcare company, marking a milestone for the Sunzen Group in the healthcare industry.


Ecolite uses modern facilities to combine ingredients into formulas derived from traditional recipes to popularise nutrition and make it easier for the public to obtain nutrition and maintain their health.


Furthermore, the company offers original equipment manufacturing (OEM) and original design manufacturing (ODM), both in accordance with GMP, HACCP, MeSTI, VHM, and JAKIM Halal certification standards.


"People are becoming more health-conscious and interested in health care products as their quality of life improves. The collaboration of Ecolite and Xmegami can complete Sunzen's ecology in the human health care industry, as well as contribute significantly to the group's overall business," he said.


Cheong Sheue Xin, the founder and director of Xmegami, expressed her hope that this joint venture will bring more health care and beauty products to the market.


"The team will bring these products to local and international customers through various online and offline marketing channels," she said.


 Xmegami intends to expand beyond Malaysia, as well as into Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Indonesia.


 Xmegami, a low-capital internet start-up platform, was founded in 2017.


The five-year-old company has assisted thousands of partners with full-time jobs and stay-at-home moms in earning money on this platform, increasing their value, earning extra money, and improving their quality of life.


Cheong revealed during the signing ceremony that the company made RM40 million in revenue in 2020 and RM44 million in 2021.


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