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Han Yaw Malaysia Emerges as the Best One Stop Destination for Importing Consumer Goods

Dec 8 2013, 7:09am CST | by PR.com

Sandakan-Sabah, Malaysia, December 08, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Han yaw Enterprise, a leading name in the field of exporting services, has gained popularity as a one stop destination for importing different consumer goods from Malaysia into Philippines and to different other parts of the world. The company is still trying hard to expand its list of countries to which it can export all type grocery items. Some of the countries where the company now exports the necessary items includes Hong Kong, China, Papua New Guinea, Dili, Hawaii, Guam (Okinawa & Mariana Islands), South Africa, Indonesia (Sulawesi & Kalimantan), Yemen, Australia, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

The company was established in 1996 with the prime motive to export high quality grocery items and household goods to its neighboring country, Philippines. Since then, there has been no drop in its growth and currently it exports the necessary items to a significant number of countries in Asia and Africa which according to the company senior executives is going to rise further in the near future. Some of the popular and big brand products that the company exports now includes Maggi noodles, Nescafe coffee, Nestle Milo Chocolate Drink, Kopiko 3-in-1 strong coffee, Ensure, Lemon Tea, Green Tea, Lipton Yellow Label Tea, , Apollo Chocolate Wafers and Layer Cake, Ayam Brand Curry Powder, Horlicks, Cadbury Chocolates, comfort fabric softener and personal care products like Perfumed Talc, Shampoo of popular brands, citrus soap, Mama lemon and other such products, Old Town White Coffee, crackers or snacks and milk powder.

The company has a dedicated team of employees and professionals who make sure that the shipment reaches their destination safely without suffering any damage. As the company has their own sound logistics infrastructure, they are able to ship the necessary products to the destined offshore destination at a very less transportation cost. This way they ensure that their clients get the best returns on their investment and their business terms and relationship continue to grow deeper.

Han yaw is very much concerned about its reputation and respect that it has earned by offering highest quality services even during the toughest and most troubling times. To maintain them, the company still strives hard to make its export services most reliable and safe in the industry. It is this commitment of the company towards their business and clients, which boosted their popularity and made them one of the most reliable exporting services offering agency in the industry.

Contact Information:
Han Yaw Enterprise
Ivan Lo
6-089-212073
Contact via Email
www.hanyaw.com.my
Han Yaw Enterprise Sdn Bhd
Lot 8, Block 42, Lorong Lima
P.O Box 2300, 90726
Sandakan, Sabah - Malaysia

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