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Guan Chong gets nod for listing

Guan Chong Bhd has received approval from the Securities Commission to list on the main board of Bursa Malaysia.

Guan Chong to raise output

COCOA-derived food ingredients manufacturer Guan Chong Bhd (GCB) will focus on capacity building, market expansion as well as research and development (RD) to drive its future business growth, chief executive officer Brandon Tay Hoe Lian said.

Guan Chong CEO learned trade from young age

GUAN Chong Bhd (GCB) chief executive officer Brandon Tay Hoe Lian would probably know almost everything there is to know about cocoa, having been exposed to the cocoa business at a young age.

Guan Chong projects higher revenue

COCOA-DERIVED food ingredient maker Guan Chong Bhd is targeting to achieve higher revenue of RM394.7mil in its financial year to Dec 31, thanks to improved cocoa powder and value-added product sales.

Guan Chong to raise cocoa processing output

COCOA-DERIVED food ingredient maker Guan Chong Bhd, en route to a listing on Bursa Malaysia main board on April 8, is to increase its cocoa bean processing capacity, chief executive officer Brandon Tay Hoe Lian said.

Guan Chong targets global cocoa market

IT started as a cocoa beans trader in Parit Jawa, Muar #150; a place famous for its fiery and sourish I>asam pedas/Igravy in Johor - way back in 1980.

Guan Chong posts RM16.8mil profit

GUAN CHONG BHD reported a pre-tax profit of RM16.86mil for the financial year ended Dec 31, 2004, on the back of RM366.422mil in revenue.

Guan Chong to invest RM10m abroad

GUAN Chong Bhd plans to invest RM10mil in the US and Eastern Europe this year, said managing director Brandon Tay.

Guan Chong looks at setting up plant in Europe

Cocoa-derived food ingredient maker Guan Chong Bhd plans to further strengthen its position in the European chocolate market.

Guan Chong unaware of UMA

PETALING JAYA: Guan Chong Bhd, in a reply to Bursa query on the sharp rise in its share price recently, said it was not aware of any unannounced corporate development, rumour or other reasons that may have contributed to the unusual market activity.