Malaysian company launch early care solutions in Finland and Cambodia

The Malaysian company Offspring has launched its products in four new countries including Finland and Cambodia, local media The Star reports.

Offspring Inc, which is 51%-owned by the Malaysian homegrown technology company Sedania, is a health tech company focusing on early child care solutions, among which producing high-quality organic baby products.

According to a recent statement made by Sedania, Offspring’s range of early child care solutions are currently exported to Singapore, the Philippines, United States, Brunei, and Russia and the company’s products will be made available on dedicated web stores for each of the four new countries which also includes Spain and South Korea.

Datuk Azrin Mohd Noor, Sedania managing director explained that the dedicated web stores are closely monitored by their headquarters team as part of the company’s comprehensive international distribution program.

Datuk Azrin Mohd Noor added that certain countries were also using well-known online shopping platforms such as Lazada, Shopee, and Amazon to further expand their market reach.

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