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The company’s manufacturing plant in Kawasan Perindustrian Bukit Minyak, Penang. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/TheStar

A cushy job and a fat salary did not fulfill Ng Chee Mang, who — inspired by industry giants like Eiji Toyoda and Soichiro Honda — wanted to make tangible things that people would buy. That was what drove him to start Penchem Technologies, writes LIM WING HOOI.

IT was the inspirational stories of individuals who founded world-conquering companies that inspired Ng Chee Mang to start his own company.

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