Sri Trang Gloves

Sri Trang Gloves offers a wide range of high-quality natural latex and nitrile examination gloves as well as general-purpose disposable gloves for healthcare and medical, food processing, food handling, manufacturing and operations.

See below for the Latest Sri Trang Gloves News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary.

Record sales drive Sri Tang Gloves' profit surge in 1Q24

The company reported a net profit of THB146.8m ($5.4m).

Record sales drive Sri Tang Gloves' profit surge in 1Q24

The company reported a net profit of THB146.8m ($5.4m).

Sri Trang Gloves widens loss by 10.1% YoY to ฿42.3m in 4Q23

The company recorded a loss despite posting an 11.5% YoY jump in sales revenue.

Sri Trang Gloves closes subsidiary over recurring operational losses

Its subsidiary reported almost two years of net profit losses.

Sri Trang Gloves revenue crashes 35.6% to $180.7m YoY in Q1

It is due to the lower average selling price of gloves in the global market.

Sri Trang Gloves’ net profit falls 90% in H1 22 amidst low average selling price

Its net profit reached $62m (THB1.6b) in the first half of 2022.

Sri Trang Gloves stretches operations in US with new subsidiary

The subsidiary will serve as the US sales and distribution office.

SGX-listed Sri Tang Gloves net profit down by 42.8% in Q1

Lower margins stemmed from decrease in average selling price.

Sri Trang Gloves' new Chumphon facility begins production

The newly-opened facility brought the total of production sites to 13.

SGX-listed Sri Trang Gloves hits record net profit of $991.38m in FY21

A proposed dividend of $0.027 (0.65 baht) per share was also announced.

STGT pushes Vietnam presence with new office

Its expansion will oversee the distribution of the group’s products in Vietnam.

SRI Trang Gloves Thailand’s net profit slightly jumps by 2.9%

The increase contributed to the $186m total net profit by Q3.

Sri Trang Gloves broadens reach with Singapore office

The expansion is a result of plans to increase production capacity by 186% over the next five years.