Firmly dedicated to its principles on quality service and commitment, Asia Winner Industrial Ltd. (AWI) paves the path towards becoming the top exporter of Myanmar products on the international stage.
AWI was Established in the year 1995 in Yangon, Myanmar. This company specialised mainly in general trading of export and import wide range of products. Aung Naing, Managing Director, points out, “We offer the best quality on time despite the instability of the commodity prices as quality and commitment are the most important principles for our business”.
Since 1995, AWI has been exporting beans & pulses, rice, spices, powders, frozen marine products, meats Products and vegetables products to the Asian market and it became one of the nine company in Myanmar to receive the MPEA Honour Certificate (for EU exports approval) in 2010 and HCCP certified by Global Group UK. AWI also imports construction materials, pharmaceutical products, and Food & Beverage Products. It has grown to become the leading company in Myanmar especially in imports related to medicine. AWI operates with five factories; Seafood & Meat processing plant, Beans processing plant, Rice processing plant, hardware manufacturing plant, LPG cylinder manufacturing plant, one central office in Yangon and 14 office branches in Myanmar, ensuring capacities of 4.000 tonnes Cold storage and an annual turnover of over US$80 million.
AWI has successfully expanded its territories to the European market, covering UK, Italy, France, etc., as well as the USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Middle East countries etc., becoming the annual recipient of the prestigious “Highest Exporter Award” for marine products for 8th consecutive years. AWI also has a branch in Singapore under Indo Suez Int’l Ltd and Fish Processing Plant in Thailand under Asia Winner (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Aung Naing emphasises, “Our greatest endeavours are to focus towards enhancing the consumer base for Asian food products on global markets by strengthening our existing distribution network and sourcing raw materials from globally reputed and trustworthy suppliers”. He concluded, “We would like our European partners to bring technology to Myanmar and we will offer high-quality products in return”.