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MAX MYANMAR GROUP OF COMPANIES
Max Myanmar Group of Companies was originally established as Max Myanmar Co., Ltd. in 1993. It started operation by importing buses from Japan, simultaneously followed by import of generators and earth-moving equipment and machinery. Through an aggressive growth strategy, the Company steadily expanded and diversified into the fields of civil construction, mechanical engineering, transportation, hotel and tourism, rubber plantations and banking industry. Subsequently, Max Myanmar Group Of Companies was formed, comprising seven independent entities, which are:-
- 1) Max Energy Co., Ltd.
- 2) Max Well Trading Co., Ltd.
- 3) Max Myanmar Construction Co., Ltd.
- 4) Max Hotels Group
- 5) Max Myanmar Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
- 5) Max Highway Co., Ltd.
- 7) Shwe Yaung Pya Agro Co., Ltd.
- 8) Max Logistics Co., Ltd.
Max Myanmar Co., Ltd is principally engaged in the business of trading, mainly in the supply of private and commercial vehicles and heavy machinery. Max Well Trading is the sole agent in Myanmar which distributes the Japanese brand of generators “Airman”. Max Myanmar Construction participated in the project of constructing three sports centres, two in Nay Pyi Daw and one in Mandalay, for hosting 2013 SEA Games. Each centre consists of 30,000 seat stadium, another for aquatic events and one for indoor games. The Company also built football academies in Mandalay and Pathein, each accommodating some 140 trainees. The company is also involved in the construction of four star rated Hotel project, namely “Novotel Yangon Max”, where the management will be run by one of the renowned Hotel Chain owners across the globe, the ACCOR Group.
In hotel and tourism, the Group has a total of three hotels under its operations, namely, Max Hotel (Nay Pyi Taw), MGallery by Sofitel and Novotel Yangon Max.
The growth strategy of Max Hotels Group is to open more hotels and resorts in key cities and become the owner of the largest hotel chains in Myanmar.
In the Agricultural Sector, Shwe Yaung Pya Agro acquired a 5,000 acres Rubber Plantation Project in 2005. In the near future, its aim is to participate in the manufacturing of tyres and its related products.
Max Myanmar Group of Companies employ approximately 7,000 salaried employees who serve the Group’s many diversified businesses through its various operations throughout Myanmar. Its team of well-trained employees, consisting of professional, managerial and operational staff, consistently demonstrate the expertise and strategic leadership needed to steer the Group. On the top of its priority list is the welfare of its employees, which include benefits like field allowances, bonuses, meals, medical and education allowances and annual celebrations.
Max Myanmar Group takes pride in its well-deserved reputation for being client orientated. It is the policy of Max Myanmar Group to meet the client’s requirements in terms of quality, cost and time, and always developing and maintaining a mutually beneficial working relationship. It is always looking for better ways of doing business, of maintaining and enhancing this reputation in all future dealings with its valued customers.
Max Myanmar Group is committed to benefit the economic and social development of the region in which it operates. No Max Myanmar Group or its subsidiaries shall undertake any project or activity to the detriment of the wider interests of the communities in which operates.
Max Myanmar Group’s management practices and business conduct shall benefit the country, localities and communities in which it operates, to the extent possible and affordable, and shall be in accordance with the laws of the land.
Max Myanmar Group, in the course of its business activities, shall respect the culture, customs and traditions of the region in which operates. The Group conforms to the trade procedures, including licensing, documentation and other necessary formalities, as applicable.
Max Myanmar Group strongly condemns corruption and bribery among its employees and also when dealing with clients or other third parties concerned.