赖世平（左起） 、陈华春和涂宝生出席了飞达控股股东特别大会后， 向记者透露公司前景和产业项目动向。
丹斯里陳華春屬下吴万发（GBH，3611，主板工业产品股）進軍油氣業大計告吹後，2015-03-27 建议以1417万5000令吉，收购Time Galerie（马）私人有限公司20.25%股权，進軍鐘錶業。
该公司向马交所报备，是通过独资子公司GBH Percelain私人有限公司，向陈万益（译音）收购 Time Galerie上述股权。
该公司指出，收购 Time Galerie让该公司，可以涉足新领域，将为吴万发未来增长做出贡献。
TAN SRI Robert Tan Hua Choon, once dubbed the “the Casio King” for being the only distributor of the brand’s watches and calculators via Marco Holdings Berhad.
Casio is a Japanese brand that we most commonly associate with chronometers and other assortments of electronic devices. The company has enjoyed a long, yet unofficial presence here in Malaysia. That changed today as Casio officially established its Malaysian office, in line with the company's plan to reach out to Southeast Asia, following Singapore and Jakarta. Casio has said that they chose Malaysia because of its growth market rate.
To commemorate the launch, Casio is introducing several new watches to the Malaysian market on Nov 2014.
The first watch is the G-Shock GPW-1000, and it is the world’s first watch that comes built with the hybrid time keeping system, which receives both GPS signals and Radio Wave Time-Calibration signals. Following the GPW-1000, Casio will also be releasing the Oceanus OCW-G1000. Compared to the G-Shock, the Oceanus line features more streamlined and elegant designs in an all-metal case, while still housing the same hybrid timekeeping system that is in the GPW-1000.
The third watch to be thrown into the fray is the Edifice EQB-500. The EQB-500 is a metal-analog watch that seems more in tune with the times. It is a watch that links to a smartphone using Bluetooth SMART technology.
The pricing for the new G-Shock will start from RM3,200 onwards, while the Edifice will be priced between RM1,000 and RM2,000. Casio has said that the Oceanus line will only be available during Winter (that’s November or December for us), with the pricing to follow as well.
Beyond the watches, Casio also took the time to announce the new EXILIM EX-FR10 camera. The EX-FR10 is a modular camera that can be detached to form two separate parts of the whole device: the main camera and the screen that allows users to directly view what the camera picks up.
Casio also announced that they would be bringing in the rotatable EXILIM EX-TR50, as well as the new EXILIM EX-MR1, a compact camera that was designed for selfies, and also doubles as a mirror.
The Casio EXILIM EX-FR10 is already available in the market, and is priced at RM1,799, while the EXILIM EX-MR1 will be priced at RM1,199.
The EXILIM TR-50 will be available starting from November 16, 2014, and the limited edition versions will be priced at RM3,299.