Corporate Stories

APAC Outlook’s corporate stories highlight the innovation, history, goals, and mission of the companies featured. We provide a deep dive into the world of business and industry, showcasing the people and ideas that are driving progress and shaping the future.

Featured company executives give a unique perspective on the strategies and technologies that are driving growth and innovation in each sector. By providing in-depth analysis and expert insights, APAC Outlook helps readers stay informed and ahead of the curve in this dynamic and rapidly changing region.

Latest Corporate Stories

McThai : Global Brand with Local Reach

McThai is rolling out an unrivalled localisation strategy to enhance market saturation.

By Editorial Team

Angkor Hospital For Children : Treatment, Education, Prevention

Angkor Hospital for Children exists as a centre for excellence in paediatric healthcare that provides much needed quality medical care to Cambodians in need.

By Eddie Clinton Editorial Team

Reliant : Delivering Beyond Customer Expectations

The seven operating companies of Reliant have helped manifest a one-stop shop for its increasing, international portfolio of customers as it continues to take the Asian oil & gas industry by storm.

By Editorial Team

HWA Seng Builder : World-Class Standards

With a long-term goal to become more involved in some of Singapore’s major infrastructure projects, Hwa Seng Builder strives to emerge as a leader in civil engineering.

By Editorial Team

Ranchan Group : Bringing International Thinking to Malaysia

Ranchan Group delivers cutting-edge technology to the ports of Southeast Asia and the Middle East while forging ahead with a globalisation strategy for ports around the world.

By Editorial Team

Accesstech : Market Spike Exceeds Capacity

Accesstech barely has time to catch its breath as significant market demand accelerates company growth and introduces the business to new areas of advanced engineering.

By Tom Cullum Editorial Team

Aims Data Centre Sdn Bhd : The Centre of Malaysian Technology

As a market-leading subsidiary of TIME dotcom Berhad, AIMS Data Centre Sdn Bhd (AIMS) is optimising its investment power.

By Editorial Team Donovan Smith

Rolls-Royce Asia Pacific : Better Power for a Changing World

The influence of Rolls-Royce in the Asia Pacific region continues to grow year-on-year as its Singapore Seletar Campus lays the foundations for a productive future.

By Tom Cullum Editorial Team

Port of Tanjung Pelepas : The Preferred Port of Choice

CEO of the Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Glen Hilton expects the global container market to grow in 2015, primarily as a result of global shipping access. The company is focusing on increasing port capacity as a result.

By Editorial Team

EDMI : Challenging Technology Through Smart Energy Solutions

The concept of the smart metering solution by EDMI is a universal one, sparking interest in countries around the world.

Wilson Taylor : International Cathodic Specialists

Managing Director Bernard Koh says that Wilson Taylor will continue to develop and acquire new technologies in order to better serve its worldwide customer base.

By Editorial Team

AAPICO Hitech : World Class Manufacturing with a Local Emphasis

AAPICO Hitech has a strong vantage point from the top of Thailand’s manufacturing tree, and is subsequently preparing for the latest stage of its development through a commitment to lean and sustainable operations.

By Tom Cullum Editorial Team

Interlink Communication : Best Prices & Best Services

Managing Director at Interlink Communication, Nuttanai Annuntarumporn, says that the market for fibre cables changes every day; and with technology around the world developing at such a rapid pace, it is imperative that Interlink continue to be at the top of their game.

Sunhuan Holdings : Construction Prosperity

Singapore-based construction contractor, Sunhuan Holdings has grown exponentially from an initial $4,000 investment, to become one of the industry’s leading lights.

By Editorial Team

Chip Eng Seng : Making Dream Houses their Pride

Chip Eng Seng has expanded its range of services and operational markets from the private sector to public housing, becoming one of Singapore’s leading construction companies in the process.

By Editorial Team