Carotech changes company name to ExcelVite Inc.

Carotech changes company name to ExcelVite Inc.

ExcelVite has optimized and consolidated its business model to ensure continuous growth and uninterrupted supply of its flagship products to its customers. 

Carotech, the leading and largest tocotrienol manufacturer in the world, announced that the company has officially changed its business name and commenced operations as ExcelVite Inc., with immediate effect.

It marks the completion of its corporate exercise to meet its short- and long-term goals. ExcelVite has optimized and consolidated its business model to ensure continuous growth and uninterrupted supply of its flagship products to its customers. These products include EVNol™ (formerly Tocomin®) and EVNol SupraBio™ (formerly Tocomin SupraBio®), as well as EVTene™ (formerly Caromin®) and EVRol™ (formerly Stelessterol™).

ExcelVite operates out from the same GMP-certified production facility in Malaysia and supported by essentially the same management team, with external sales offices located in Australia and USA to provide comprehensive customer services to its global customer base.  

“ExcelVite will continue to develop, produce and market high-quality products at competitive prices, backed with comprehensive customer service and science. I am committed to finding the best opportunities for the company and adding new capabilities that will solidify our current position as the leading and largest producer of tocotrienol and palm mixed carotene in the world,” says WH Leong, CEO of ExcelVite Inc.

“We would not be where we are now or achieved what we have achieved for the past 21 years, without the continuous support and loyalty of our customers. We want to express our sincerest thank you to all our valued customers and longtime strategic business partners/associates for their continuous support and commitment that help us achieve this new milestone,” adds WH Leong.

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