Company Profile

Chop Tong Guan Sdn Bhd

1148, Jalan Perindustrian Bukit Minyak 4, Taman Perindustrian Bukit Minyak

Simpang Empat

14100 Penang

Malaysia

http://www.tongguan.com.my/

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ChopTong Guan (CTG) was founded in 1929, incorporated in 1985 and is a third generation family business. The current managing director, Mr Koay Swee Aik and executive director Debbie Koay, have set the rapid growing pace of the business of CTG into becoming a major fresh fruits and vegetables importer, wholesaler and distributor which supplies the major supermarkets, hypermarkets, wholesalers and traditional markets in Malaysia.
ChopTong Guan (CTG) was founded in 1929, incorporated in 1985 and is a third generation family business. The current managing director, Mr Koay Swee Aik and executive director Debbie Koay, have set the rapid growing pace of the business of CTG into becoming a major fresh fruits and vegetables importer, wholesaler and distributor which supplies the major supermarkets, hypermarkets, wholesalers and traditional markets in Malaysia.

CTG plays a vital role in the business in numerous ways, including importing fresh fruits and vegetables from around the world, becoming exclusive agent and sole distributor for multiple fruits growers and packers globally, vertically integrated with growing, as well as providing one-stop solution services to all major chain stores for the supply of fruits in Malaysia - from storage and repacking to reeferabled logistics and transportation

CTG has two major coldroom and distribution centers, in Penang (3500-tonnes capacity) and Kuala Lumpur (3000-tonnes) that are fully insulated and separated according to produce variety. Both centers boast of stringent in temperature control in all departments, from inbound, storage, repacking to outbound. In fact, this comprehensive distribution network across the entire nation is fully supported by CTG's own fleet of refrigerated trucks.

The two fully insulated and temperature-controlled repacking facilities repack and store fruits for supermarkets and traditional markets. Major clientele consists of all hypermarkets, supermarkets, fruit stores, wholesale market and traditional wet markets across the country.