Business Trip Report to Search for New Supplements Suppliers

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To: Mr Sheikh Abdul Muhaimin Bin Sheikh Abdul Majid Managing Director of Solution Medic Sdn. Bhd.

From: Mrs Janet Lim Ah Moi Business Development Manager of Solution Medic Sdn. Bhd.


Solution Medic Sdn Bhd is an established company since 1992. We started as a retail pharmacy and expanded to producing our own healthcare and beauty products. We offers innovative products, programs and activities that are designed to benefit consumers, trade partners and the community that we operate in. We carry more than 300 types of health food and natural toiletries that are imported exclusively by us. So to look for enthusiastic and energetic product and partners me with a group of two other representatives from our company have traveled to USA started on 1st Jun 2011 and ended at 15 Jun 2011. Beside me, Mrs Stacey Yong, Pharmacist and Mr Mohd Ikmal Bin Mohd Rashid, Accountant are came along with me to the trip.
“Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said obesity is becoming the major health issue with the number of obese people almost tripling in the past 15 years from four per cent in 1996 to 14 per cent in 2010. And since obesity is the gateway to other chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, heart and kidney problems, he said the risk of more Malaysians developing these diseases will become greater in future ”- Wed, Feb 10.2010 New Straits Times. From this statement, we tried to find out the best product which can helps boost our body’s natural energy levels, lose weight, eliminate toxins from our colon and guarantee that our system is in healthy working order. This is the main objective of this trip. We already have a lot of weight loss product in our stock such as diet drink and pills. Many diet products offer a quick, short-term fix, but there is no "magic…...

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