Medtecs Builds Resilience for Sustainable Growth

Medtecs CEO

Medtecs Group CEO, Mr William Yang, recently spoke with Jennifer Tan-Stanisic for kopi-C, a regular column on the SGX Research website that features C-level executives of leading companies listed on Singapore Exchange.

Below are choice quotes extracted from the interview. Click here for the full article.

“We need to challenge and re-assess the status quo from time to time, in order for the human race to progress in a meaningful way […] The same goes for any business.”

“Medtecs had the foresight to expand its network of suppliers four years ago. As a result, when COVID-19 disrupted supply chains, we didn’t need to waste time and resources validating new suppliers, because we already had a long list of trustworthy names to meet the increased demand.”

“We’ve started site selection for the construction of an additional PPE manufacturing facility to fortify our position as a leading PPE stockpiling provider.”


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