Singapore’s LABMED shipped over 20 million masks to meet global demand
Rising Singapore medical equipment company has been supplying much needed masks, PPEs to Covid-19 hotspots worldwide
SINGAPORE – Media
OutReach – 4 June 2020 – Singapore based LABMED is playing
a crucial role in supplying medical masks and medical personal protective
equipment (PPE) globally, to countries such as India, Malaysia, Germany and the
To date, LABMED has shipped over 20 million masks globally. With
the increase in demand for PPEs and other medical supplies during the current Covid-19
crisis, LABMED’s Regional Managing Director, Wilson, elaborates how they are
contributing in the fight against this global pandemic, “Our manufacturing
plant in China has 480 employees working round the clock to produce medical
PPEs. These are all quality products that have received worldwide
“Our company also recently introduced into Singapore our latest product – the VTM (Virus
Transport Medium) kits for the transport and containment of Covid-19 swab test
results,” adds Jason, who is the Managing Director.
LABMED’s Regional Managing Director, Wilson, and Managing Director, Jason.
Having collaborated with many well-known organizations to provide
R&D and procurement services for specialized medical supplies, LABMED is
making its global presence felt in the sales of pharmaceutical devices.
In a short span of four months, from 1 Feb 2020 to 1 June 2020, the
company’s revenue increased exponentially to hit more than S$35 million.
LABMED had been predominantly supplying their products to the US,
Germany and the UAE, however, the developing Covid-19 situation has seen the
company enter new markets with the urgent call to supply much needed PPEs from
Asia to Covid-19 ‘hot-spots’ in Europe
and North America.
News Source: MediaOutreach