Singapore companies pivot to new businesses amid Covid-19

Metal Component Engineering has pivoted to telemedicine and healthcare (left) while NutryFarm International now exports durians from Thailand to China. PHOTOS: METAL COMPONENT ENGINEERING, NUTRYFARM INTERNATIONAL
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SINGAPORE - Listed companies here have been venturing into new businesses since the pandemic hit, with the aim of generating additional streams of revenue.

Metal Component Engineering (MCE), for example, has pivoted to telemedicine and healthcare, while nutritional food company NutryFarm International now exports durians from Thailand to China.

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