From tobacco rep to port tycoon


TAN Sri G Gnanalingam’s (pic) strength was marketing. At every step of his career, he used it to the full and that made the difference.

He honed his skills as a marketing wizard in Malayan Tobacco Company (now known as British American Tobacco after the merger with Rothmans) where he spent his first 16 years of his working career.

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