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KUALA LUMPUR: Following a multi-agency pitch, Spritzer Malaysia, the market leader in natural bottled water, has appointed Trapper as its media partner.
TheStar01 Mar, 2021 09:40am - 5 days ago

SPRITZER Bhd (code: 7103) gapped up at Friday’s opening to challenge the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) but erased all its gains to close unchanged at day’s end.
TheStar16 Jan, 2021 11:00am - 1 month ago

Nanyang06 Jan, 2021 19:53pm - 1 month ago

TheStar23 Nov, 2020 07:30am - 3 months ago

TheEdge19 Oct, 2020 18:00pm - 4 months ago

Chinapress09 Sep, 2020 10:40am - 5 months ago

PETALING JAYA: The recent unscheduled water disruption in Selangor was painful for millions but it has benefited bottled water producers, including Spritzer Bhd, who saw brisk sales.
TheStar08 Sep, 2020 09:40am - 5 months ago

Nanyang08 Sep, 2020 00:04am - 5 months ago

Nanyang27 Jun, 2020 00:08am - 8 months ago

TheStar25 Jun, 2020 09:00am - 8 months ago

KUALA LUMPUR: The takeover offer for Yee Lee Corp Bhd, which trades in edible oil, at RM2.06 a share is “not fair” but “reasonable”, according to the board and independent adviser to the minority shareholders.
TheStar12 Jun, 2020 11:53am - 8 months ago

TheStar16 May, 2020 07:30am - 9 months ago

PETALING JAYA: The offer by Yee Lee Corp Bhd’s founder and executive chairman Datuk Lim A [email protected] Kok Cheong and joint offerers to acquire the remaining shares in the company that they do not already own at RM2.06 per share is fair.
TheStar14 May, 2020 09:00am - 9 months ago

Chinapress13 May, 2020 21:20pm - 9 months ago

PETALING JAYA: Yee Lee Corp Bhd’s major shareholders, which own a combined 89.94% stake in the company, have launched a voluntary takeover to acquire the remaining shares at RM2.06 per share.
TheStar13 May, 2020 07:50am - 9 months ago

GEORGE TOWN: Spritzer Bhd will consider delaying its RM40mil expansion exercise in light of the Movement Control Order (MCO) extension into May.
TheStar04 May, 2020 08:00am - 10 months ago

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian electrical and electronic (E&E) industry lauds the government’s decision to allow selected economic sectors that have been operating at half capacity to operate at full capacity beginning today.
TheStar29 Apr, 2020 07:30am - 10 months ago

TheEdge23 Mar, 2020 15:32pm - 11 months ago