To be the Number One glove manufacturer that produces the BEST and most INNOVATIVE gloves in the world; and to be recognized as a CARING company to the community and environment.
Established in 1988, Hartalega began with this VISION to produce gloves that protect what matters most, LIFE.
From a humble beginning of a One-Line-Operation, Hartalega has experienced tremendous growth and evolved into a sizeable company of 53 Production Lines, with a capacity to produce 12 billion gloves annually.
Since inception, every phase of our operation has been dedicated to a Tradition of Excellence. We deliver uncompromising quality through State-Of-The-Art Equipment, Efficient Systems and Dedicated People. Our products conform to internationally recognized standards such as ASTM, JIS and EN 455.
Hartalega’s loyal customer base is testimony of our product quality and consistency; service reliability and efficiency, underlined by a culture of open and honest approach to business.
Firsts in the Industry
- FIRST to develop Polymer Coated Powder-Free Examination Gloves in 1994, and also one of the first to receive FDA 510k to market Low Protein Latex Examination Gloves
- FIRST Malaysian company to develop and implement a Robotic Glove Stripping System in 1995, which mimics the human hand motion to strip gloves off from the production lines
- FIRST to commercially produce High-Stress-Relaxation NBR Examination and Surgical Gloves in 2002 and 2006 respectively
- FIRST in the industry to use industrial barcoding for product traceability and stock management with RFID Tags
- FIRST recipient of the Inaugural Award for Best Factory in 2005 in Commodity Based Industries by Malaysian Government
- FIRST recipient of the Inaugural Award for Innovation in 2005 by the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia
- FIRST in the industry to use oil palm empty fruit bunches as biomass fuel to generate heat for production processes
- FIRST in the industry to have successfully registered our biomass energy plants to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) or KYOTO Protocol
- FIRST biomass energy plant in Malaysia registered to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) or KYOTO Protocol that is in operation, running mainly on oil palm empty fruit bunches