Mun Donates to Birthing Kit Foundation (Australia)

Sydney, Australia, 19th June 2020 – Mun Australia has committed $10,000 to support the work of the Birthing Kit Foundation (Australia) (BKFA). This donation will allow BKFA to continue to run activities that support and raise awareness to having a clean and safe birthing environment for mothers in developing countries. This is an issue which affects millions of people around the world, and ultimately takes the life of 300,000 mothers each year who do not have access to this.

For over 5 years, Mun Australia has been able to not only provide financial support to BKFA, but also donate millions of examination gloves for the birthing kits themselves. Together with Mun Australia’s glove and cash donations, BFKA have been able to assemble over 140,000 birthing kits annually, with each kit containing two exam gloves, a plastic sheet, soap, three cords, five gauze squares and a sterile scalpel blade. With this birthing kit, expectant mothers stand a better chance not becoming susceptible to an infection during and after childbirth.

Len Brown, General Manager of Mun Australia stated “I’m proud on being able to support the work that the BKFA does around the world. Mun has always believed in being able to give back to the community and through this donation we can affect the lives of women and children for the better.”

About Mun / Hartalega

Our parent company, Hartalega, is one of the world largest exam gloves manufacturers, which was founded in 1988 with the vision to produce the best quality gloves across the globe. With head offices located in Australia, The United States, Malaysia, China and India, Mun is dedicated to growing this vision to become the brand leader for premium healthcare products that enhance peoples’ care, wellbeing and welfare around the world. Every GloveOn® product is created with superior precision, reliability, integrity and quality. Our gloves exceed numerous international standards, including AS/NZS, ASTM, EN and ISO, and are TGA compliant. For more information on Mun, visit the company’s website at

Warning on Scams and Counterfeit Products Entering the Market

Sydney, Australia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18 June 2020 – Mun (Australia) Pty Ltd and Mun Global Sdn Bhd have been made aware of the existence of various scams stemming from the shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) in Australia and Malaysia. Unauthorised parties are claiming to have access to PPE including GloveOn gloves and PrimeOn face masks in efforts to swindle money or sell counterfeit products to end users. The below provides further details into these fraudulent activities:


Unauthorised parties have been claiming to be affiliated with Mun or its parent company Hartalega, alleging they are involved in the sale and marketing of the GloveOn range on its behalf. As part of their claims, they are stating they can provide volumes of stock, photos and videos to support their claims, and fake documentation including test reports and certification. Please be advised that these claims are fraudulent, and Mun and Hartalega have NO AFFILIATION with these unauthorised parties.

UPDATE (17/12/20): Watch this video from our parent company Hartalega for further information

Glove Scam Information


Face masks packaged in PrimeOn boxes have been appearing on social media sites claiming to be official product. Investigations by Mun have confirmed that these masks are counterfeit and SHOULD NOT be purchased due to uncertainty in their safety and quality.

When looking to purchase PPE from Mun Global, please approach Mun directly or contact one of the authorised distributors listed on our website

Whilst every effort is being made to stop these scams, we ask for your help in notifying us if you or your customers are approached so we can track their source. Thank you for your support and please remain vigilant to scams and counterfeit PPE products in the market.

Should you require any clarification pertaining to the above, please email or visit our contact us page

MARGMA releases statement on global glove market

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 11th June 2020 – Mun (Australia) Pty Ltd has recently received a statement from the Malaysian Rubber Glove Manufacturers Association (MARGMA) detailing two important occurrences being seen in the market: fraudulence, and global demand and supply.


Unauthorised parties claiming to be affiliated or officially representing manufacturers and brands have been making approaches to governments and businesses stating they can provide access to stock, reduce delivery times and quote pricing on exam gloves. Some have also sent through photos, videos and fake documentation such as test reports and certification to support their claims.


MARGMA’s is estimating that global consumption of gloves will reach 330 billion pieces, with Malaysia manufacturers set to produce 220 billion pieces. With manufacturers already at their maximum production capacity, MARGMA is projecting the shortage of gloves to continue into 2021 as overwhelming demand for them continues worldwide.

For full details of MARGMA’s statement please click here.