Daily News Online
   

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Home

 | SHARE MARKET  | EXCHANGE RATE  | TRADING  | OTHER PUBLICATIONS   | ARCHIVES | 

dailynews
 ONLINE


OTHER PUBLICATIONS


OTHER LINKS

Marriage Proposals
Classified
Government Gazette

FKC International enters Sri Lankan market

FKC Asia (Pvt) Ltd., in the health care sector has seen great opportunities in Sri Lanka and the company will use country as a bridge to reach the Indian market, the largest market in the Asian region.

“Sri Lanka can be a dynamic market in three four year’s time which has a huge potential for neutroceutical products. Sri Lanka thus will be a part of our global market,” FKC International Inc., Vice President, K K Chang said to Daily News Business at the introduction of FKC Asia (Pvt) Ltd., to the Sri Lankan market.

FKC International develops natural health supplements that are used to prevent threats to health using quality herbs, minerals and supplements.

It will assist the body to restore its natural healthy state.

FKC Asia (Pvt) Ltd., has seen great opportunities in Sri Lanka and the country will be used as a bridge to reach the Indian market, the largest market in the Asian region.

The company needs to see Sri Lankan market as a Sun which will make the entire South Asian region shine, he said.

“We have been using herbs all over the globe and we expect to set up a manufacturing plant in Sri Lanka in the future. We have seen through our market researches that Sri Lanka has the manufacturing ability,” Chang said. Though the company has not done a study yet to use indigenous herbs for their products he believes that herbs in every country are used for a biological reason in medicine.

“We have invested US $ one million initially and will invest as required in the future. We will be introducing 15 products initially which can be ordered using e-commerce.

The company has signed agreements with two courier companies in Sri Lanka to make free home delivery available covering the whole country,” he said.

The company’s five year strategy is expected to cultivate the market which will lead them to growth.

EMAIL |   PRINTABLE VIEW | FEEDBACK

www.lanka.info
Donate Now | defence.lk
www.apiwenuwenapi.co.uk
LANKAPUVATH - National News Agency of Sri Lanka
www.army.lk
Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRCSL)
www.news.lk
www.defence.lk

| News | Editorial | Business | Features | Political | Security | Sport | World | Letters | Obituaries |

Produced by Lake House Copyright © 2010 The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd.

Comments and suggestions to : Web Editor