Honouring Malaysia’s top exporters

One for the album: (Back row) Yeow (third from left), Mohd Mustafa (second from left), Chan (fourth from left), Mustapa (sixth from left), Chia (fourth from right), Abrar (third from right), Lokman (second from right), Standard Chartered Malaysia consumer, private and business banking managing director and country head Sammeer (second row, right), (front row) SMG chief business officer Lydia Wang (third from left) and Standard Chartered Saadiq Malaysia CEO Mohd Suhaimi Abdul Hamid (left), with EEA 2021’s winners. — GLENN GUAN/The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: The Export Excellence Awards (EEA) Gala Night has returned after a break due to Covid-19 restrictions, to salute exporters and recognise those who excelled in delivering Malaysian products abroad.

EEA 2021, the second edition of the awards, was held at Shangri-La KL with Carlsberg as the official beer sponsor, and saw 30 awards being given out to deserving exporters of different sizes – from small and medium enterprises to mid-tier and large companies – as well as different sectors and geographical regions.

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