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Top 10 Home Appliances Stores in KL & Selangor

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Home appliances stores are a dime a dozen. You can easily locate them in residential areas, city centre and even shopping malls. With so many choices out there, it can be overwhelming to visit every one of them. Luckily, we made your life easier by listing these Top 10 Home Appliances Stores in KL and Selangor based on your votes.

1) Hoe Huat Sdn Bhd

Hoe Huat has come a long way since its humble beginnings in 1968. Today, it has become an integrated franchise outlet that housed a wide range of electrical and home appliances products under one roof. Hoe Huat also carries various recognisable brands such as Panasonic, Samsung, LG, Bosch and York. You can locate Hoe Huat at one of their four branches including Medan Idaman in Jalan Gombak, Taman Permata in Ulu Kelang, USJ and Kota Kemuning.

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2) HomePro

The familiar term of “one-stop home solution” certainly rings true for HomePro. With over 20,000 products under one roof, you will be able to find everything from home and bathroom accessories to electrical appliances and furniture. They also provide services like installations and 3D design, which enables you to get a clear picture of your ideal home space such as bedroom and kitchen would look like in visual concept. HomePro can be found throughout Peninsular Malaysia including two Klang Valley locations in IOI City Mall and Summit USJ.

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Senheng has an illustrious history spanning almost 30 years since its establishment in 1989. Back then, Senheng was nothing more than just a small half lot with a less-than-RM30,000 worth of inventory. But the shop has since grown into Malaysia’s largest electronics chain stores with over 100 outlets nationwide. Senheng also offers an option for consumers to shop online as well as introducing various loyalty cards known as PlusOne. For instance, a PlusOne Gold card allows you to enjoy benefits like a 13-month extra warranty, 2% Extra EZ Credit and a Special Member Price.

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4) Harvey Norman

The Australia-based retailer Harvey Norman is another home appliances store that needs no introduction. After all, you can easily locate their branches in Klang Valley’s major shopping malls alone such as Mid Valley Megamall, Pavilion and Sunway Pyramid. The biggest Harvey Norman store in Malaysia is a refurbished flagship outlet located in IPC Shopping Centre in Mutiara Damansara. The flagship itself covers an astonishing 65,024 sq ft of retail space across the first and second floor. Harvey Norman also housed its very own Photo Centre within the outlets, covering services like digital photo printing, photo transfer and CD index print.

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5) Tan Boon Ming Sdn Bhd

TBM was founded by the late Tan Boon Ming during the post-WWII era in 1945. What began as a neighbourhood bicycle store gradually expanded into an integrated chain store, offering various products from audiovisual equipment to office appliances. TBM has since opened its many doors across Klang Valley areas such as Tropicana City Mall, Setapak Central and Bangsar Village.

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6) HLK (Chain-Store) Sdn Bhd

HLK started out its first branch in Balakong in 2000. The store has since expanded to 19 outlets, all strategically located within densely-populated areas like Bandar Puteri Puchong, PJ SS2 and Pandan Indah. HLK even offers 5% commission through a free affiliate programme for any members who place an advertisement link related to HLK online store or its certain products on their websites. Also, do check out their online special offers on various products such as washing machines and air conditioners.

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7) ESH Electrical Sdn Bhd

Looking for a wide range of branded products? You might want to check out ESH Electrical Sdn Bhd, which has few outlets located in various Klang Valley areas such as PJ SS2, Empire Shopping Gallery and The Starling. You name it, there are A-Z brands ranging from Alpha to Zanussi. ESH also housed top brands like Samsung, Panasonic and Philips. Check out their website below to find out more about their products.

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8) Kimma2U

Kimma2u operates both physical and online store, providing flexibility for customers to shop a product at their convenience. The store also offers flexi-payment options as well as One Plus One Replacement Warranty Programme for products below RM600. You can locate them at Taman Perindustrian Desa Aman or shop online at one of the e-commerce platforms including Lazada and 11Street.

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9) Onking

Founded in 1995, Onking has since established several outlets across Klang Valley locations such as Puchong, Subang Jaya and Kota Kemuning. The store often provides hot deals on their electrical and home appliances every month. So, be sure to keep an eye on their official website or Facebook page from time to time.

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10) Supreme Home Appliances Sdn Bhd

Supreme Home Appliances Sdn Bhd was founded in 1986 by Steven Leong Kok Peng. They offer diverse selections of products including audiovisual, bedding, home appliances, furniture as well as tablets & smartphones. You can locate some of their outlets in Wangsa Walk Mall and Bandar Baru Ampang.

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That’s not all! More Top 10s in Malaysia are waiting to be discovered!

The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.

Top 5 Home Appliance Stores in Malaysia

Perhaps you’ve just read our previous list detailing our favourite appliance stores in the district of Bangsar, and are now wondering about our top picks in the country for this year (2018). Whether you’re new to this part of the world – or you’re just curious to see who our favourites are, we hope this list informs you of the best options in Malaysia as it details five appliance store chains (from 2016 and 2017) that we think deserve the recognition.

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While we brought up ESH’s extensive product range and their dedication to customer service previously, we neglected to mention that in addition to a warehouse in Puchong and a local distribution network, they have a number of stores dotting the width of the Klang Valley: from their northernmost outlet in the commercial area of Metro Prima, Kepong to their southernmost in Subang Jaya’s USJ 21 district.

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Harvey Norman

While their flagship store is normally the most well-known outlet of the premier Australia-based provider of consumer electrical appliances, computers, furniture, and bedding, Harvey Norman has the highest visibility and one of the most robust distribution networks of any international brand operating in Malaysia, with an outlet in almost every major high-density commercial development – including one in the Vivacity Megamall of Kuching, Sarawak.

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Beginning with a single store in Balakong in the year 2000, the HLK chain has expanded to a grand total of 19 outlets, with stores located adjacent to residential areas throughout the peninsula’s centre and up to the limits of the valley: from Rawang, Pandan Indah, Kajang, to Klang, and even all the way up north to Sitiawan, Perak. HLK provides a product range that could be considered the widest in the country, with premium-rated stores in the Atria Shopping Gallery, Sunway Putra Mall, and Sunway Velocity Mall, and  shipping of any their affordable offerings in home appliances and consumer electronics to nearly any address in the Klang Valley.

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Sen Heng

Beginning from a humble half lot with an inventory amounting to less than 30,000 ringgit in 1989, Sen Heng is perhaps one of the most prevalent appliance chains with over 100 individual stores in current existence. The only other appliance store chain in this list with a presence in East Malaysia, Sen Heng’s reach exceeds that of all the other entries presented here with outlets in both administrative centres of Sabah and Sarawak, in the cities of Kuching and Kota Kinabalu respectively.

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With Putrajaya slated to become the new centre of peninsular Malaysia and the adjacent planned neighbourhood of Cyberjaya looking more likely to expand in coming years, there is a growing need for appliance stores in these new southern districts of Klang Valley. With the exception of Harvey Norman, the only appliance chain with a presence in this region would be Tan Boon Ming, which has an outlet at the D’Pulze shopping centre, just beside Cyberjaya’s central boulevard.

*Brands/names are listed alphabetically


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Successful applicants for SGS Product Safety Certification can then apply to use the SGS Product Safety Mark. This Mark allows you to prove your product fulfils all relevant product safety requirements applicable in your destination market. If you are granted the SGS Product Safety Mark we will conduct an annual review of your product and factory inspection. Usually valid for five years the mark is an excellent marketing tool for your company and your product.

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International marks

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Regional marks


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  • CCC China
  • China RoHS
  • BSMI mark, Taiwan, China
  • Korean RoHS
  • eK mark, Korea
  • MIC mark, Korea
  • Electrical Product (Safety) Regulation, Hong Kong, China
  • C-Tick and Electrical Product Safety Australia/New Zealand
  • VCCI mark, Japan
  • PSE mark, Japan


  • CE directive marking
  • RoHS
  • ENEC
  • HAR
  • SGS GS mark, Germany
  • SGS Fimko mark and Nordic certification
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  • Russia GOST-R mark and Eurasian Economic Community EAC mark
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90,000 Changing Symbols of Malaysia / / Nezavisimaya Gazeta

The authorities believe that economic growth will help avoid a recurrence of interracial riots.
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In the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, a letter ascending into the sky is visible from everywhere
“N” – two 88-storey ribbed glass and steel towers connected by a passage.
This skyscraper is the second tallest building in the world – an architectural symbol
the Malaysian capital and even the entire country.The silhouettes of the towers can be seen at
postcards and information products of Malaysia, on the labels produced in it

Once a small tin mining village mainly with imported, Chinese
labor force, the current Kuala Lumpur is a dynamic city of 1.5 million with
a cluster of skyscrapers in the center, tropical greenery along the streets and a monorail
a road winding through city blocks.

In the shopping area of ​​Kuala Lumpur – shops and restaurants with signs on
hieroglyphic Chinese and Latinized Malay.The crowd is also in
mostly Malay-Chinese.

Men are dressed about the same, but among women they stand out for their
Malaysian headscarves following Islamic custom. There are also Indians, their
significantly less. These three peoples are the main constituent parts of the 25 million
population of Malaysia.

Social contract of Malaysia – “friendship of peoples”

There are two bright dates and two gloomy ones in the history of modern Malaysia. The light ones are
independence on August 31, 1957 by the Federation of Malaya, and then
its transformation on September 16, 1963 into Malaysia – then
the newly independent territories in the east.Gloomy dates are May 13,
period of violent interracial unrest – mainly Malay-Chinese clashes, the peak
which fell on May 1969; and the second half of 1997, when Malaysia,
like the neighboring countries of Southeast Asia, it was struck by the financial crisis. All these dates left a mark
and in the national character of the Malaysians, and in many respects that characterize the policy
and the economy of modern Malaysia.

The population of Malaysia is 25 million people, of which 58% are Malays, 24% are
Chinese, 8% – Indians and a number of smaller ethnic groups.Among religions prevailing
Islam, followed by the Malays, followed by Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism.
The official language is Malay, followed by English, various dialects.

1969 Interracial Riots Reveal Major Property Stratification
Malaysia: Malay majority, excluding the ruling elite and
bureaucracy, were mostly rural and poor, ethnic Chinese –
the owners, the urban middle class. The Malays owned only 2.4%
national wealth of the country, the Chinese – 30% and about 70% – to foreigners.The clashes reflected, as it were, counter claims – the Malays’ property, and
Chinese – for a broader representation in power, but they only brought
devastation and human casualties.

The events of 1969 convinced the country’s political elite that further
national confrontation will bring nothing but devastation and collapse.
The result was the consolidation of the Patriotic Front in power, consisting of 13
parties. The front unites the political elite of all ethnic groups, with the leading parties
are the United National Organization of the Malays and its closely related
Chinese Association of Malaysia and Indian Congress of Malaysia.

The coalition still maintains a strong position in parliament, forms
the government and by all indications is not going to give up the reins of government to anyone
in the country. One of the indicators of the political
stability can be at least the fact that as many as 22 years (from 1981 to 2003)
Prime Minister of Malaysia was one man – one of the most prominent Asian
politicians Mohammad Mahathir.

Joint participation of ethnic political elites in power while recognizing the leading role
Malay politicians are part of the Institute for Strategic and International
Research (ISMI) in Kuala Lumpur is called the Malaysian social contract.Another part of this contract was a course for improvement.
socio-economic situation of indigenous people – Malays, embodied in
local NEP (“new economic policy”). “Incentive” policy in favor of
“Bumiputra” (“sons of the earth”), otherwise the Malays, provided for an increase
education spending, widespread study of the Malay language in secondary schools
and teaching in it at universities, an increase in the proportion of Malays among the owners
and managers of commercial and industrial enterprises.In some places, the peasants were given
empty land.

The ban on fanning hostility on ethnic grounds is one of the main
Malaysia. This taboo is strictly enforced by the local media.
“Does the government control your newspapers?” This question that Western
journalists like to ask editors in other countries, do not bother managers
Kuala Lumpur publications. It doesn’t make much sense to people who themselves
are activists of the country’s leading political parties that form
government.Parties give money to newspapers. It turns out that all of these are composite
parts of an already established political system.

NEP and Malaysian Five-Year Plans

One of the manifestations of the Malaysian NEP was the creation of a number of large
state corporations and ensuring the state monopoly in the field of oil production and
gas. In a sense, this was a reflection of the course to increase the role of the Malays
in business management and their shares in the share capital – on the state
it is easier for an enterprise to do this.

Through a state-owned oil company, the government
persistently shifting the center of gravity of oil and gas production abroad. About it
say data about a state-owned oil corporation – it
works in Sudan, Myanmar, etc. – only in 30 countries, 70% of her income she
receives from overseas operations. The government has set a ceiling for oil production in
the country, since the proven reserves will only last for 19 years.

While Malaysians have generally benefited from global market conditions, they have
themselves never missed their chance.Once a land of tin and rubber, Malaysia with
the drop in demand for them supplemented exports with palm oil and oil. The century has come
electronics, and Malaysia acquired its Silicon Valley – a town under
the name Cyberjaya, which is exactly what it means – “Cybernetic city”. In it among
offices are located in tropical greenery and are not much different from them in appearance
production buildings of Malaysian and foreign firms. They release here
cameras, video players, nodes of computer systems and the like.70th
and the 1980s were a period of rapid export growth. Then Malaysia joined
to the “Asian tigers” – world leaders in terms of development rates.

The real shock for Malaysians was 1997, when by country
Southeast Asia was swept by the financial crisis. According to Bank Negara,
the Malaysian Central Bank, this was a complete surprise for the bank and
government, since the blow to the currency and the stock market was not caused
any serious problems in the economy, but became the work of external forces.how
then the world media reported, then Prime Minister Mohammad Mahathir accused
in provoking the crisis of the famous American financier George Soros. So
is it? “This is not entirely accurate,” the bank representative replies, “the prime minister
was referring to international currency speculators like Soros, but not specifically
this financier. ”

In 1997, Malaysia went against the International Monetary Fund – rejected
the loan offered by him and the standard recommendations in such cases to limit
the scale of lending in the country, increase the interest rate, resort to large
currency devaluation.Instead, restrictions were imposed on the export of capital and
measures have been taken to support business. There were losses, but the disaster succeeded
to avoid.

The Malaysians did not have time to move away from the shocks of the late 90s, as they again suffered from
external forces. This time the market – as a result of the recession in the US
the export-oriented economy of the country has lost a significant part of orders.

All this prompted the Malaysian authorities and businesses to look for a new development formula.One of its elements was the focus on innovative and science-intensive technologies.
Silicon Valley Malaysian Business Managers Says They Are Already
got rid of the “screwdriver production” (largely
to China) and now focus on the most complex, science-intensive aspects
computer and communication business. Malaysia ranks first in the world
for the production of readers for computers, is one of the
the largest manufacturers of computer chips.

Literally from the skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur, “High-speed multimedia
zone “- a territory in which special benefits have been created for businesses related to
with innovative technologies. “We give them not only tax breaks, but also
we allow to import up to 100% of foreign personnel, – explains
local administration representative. – True, businessmen quickly discover
that they can lower costs by hiring Malaysians. “

Judging by these explanations, the project is working successfully. At the same time, everything is wider in new
spheres, not only foreign, but also local business operates, in which
both local Chinese and Malays. Foreign businessmen are attracted by the fact that
Malaysia, as a former British colony, is widely spoken in English,
the education system is relatively developed and there are already many local companies employed
in the IT business.

Protests of Muslims in Malaysia over the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.The prohibition on fanning hostility is one of the main in Malaysia.
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There are also problems that have been found to be pushing the authorities to revise
certain aspects of the “incentive policy”. Modern business cannot
put up with the fact that some university graduates have completed a full course, while others
enrolled on a quota and studied under a lightweight program. Businessmen insist
that a university diploma in the hands of a Malay or a Chinese should have the same weight. IN
as a result, the quotas for Malays in universities had to be canceled.If earlier in
all schools were diligently implanted in Malay, now it is necessary again
expand the teaching of English.

This year, the government of Malaysia should adopt a new, already sixth
account for a five-year plan. In the draft of this plan received confirmation
“Incentive policy” in favor of the “sons of the earth” but is expected to be
will remain truncated.

Malaysian Global Challenge Response

“Our most important task is to ensure national unity.it
the paramount condition of state building “, – says
Prime Minister of Malaysia Abdullah Badawi.

The head of government receives foreign journalists in Rajaputra,
the administrative capital of the country. The city is a kind of oriental
Versailles: Moorish-style palaces, parks and in the middle of it all
palace and park splendor, a huge artificial reservoir with walking
courts. The city was mainly built under Mahathir, and has already been moved to
almost all government departments.The office of the head of government is one of the most
notable palaces in this city-park.

The conversation is about the main concerns of the government and the prime minister personally.

– Is it difficult to succeed Mahathir with his reputation as a “strong” prime minister?

“We have different personal styles, but there is continuity in politics. After all
the course is determined not by the personality of the prime minister, but by the coalition of parties based on
parliamentary majority of 90%.Continuity is also evidenced by the fact that we
continue to see our goal of making Malaysia a developed country by 2020
the state. This task was once put forward by Mahathir. Personal
style, then I pay a lot of attention to personnel issues, because without trained and
capable people can not carry out any plan. ”

On the role of the state in the economy: “I feel like the main manager of the country.
After all, the economy is an important tool for achieving national unity.It is necessary to develop an effective strategy for economic growth and ensure
fair distribution of resources. It is necessary to make sure that not only the city
had favorable opportunities, but also the village. Today’s advances in biotechnology
allow us to turn agricultural production into real growing
sector of the economy “.

On the “incentive policy” for the Malays: “We don’t want
there have been interracial riots. Equal opportunity should be given to all, but
this does not mean that we take from some in order to give to others.The main thing –
ensure economic growth so that everyone’s share increases. ”

On the challenge from the growing giants – China and India: “Many see in China
and competition from him is a threat, but we look at him as a friend and a chance.
A good neighbor who is doing well creates opportunities for us too. It is important to find
our niche, because we cannot compete in the cheapness of labor. Therefore it is necessary
focus on those areas in which we have advantages over China.Besides
Moreover, we must focus on integration within ASEAN. After all, taken together
ASEAN countries have a population of 530 million. This is the region
rich in natural and human resources. We are active in trade. Malaysia
ranks 18th in the world in terms of its foreign trade turnover. Significant
Thailand and Singapore are important in world trade. This is a thriving region
which has its own advantages over China and India. We can successfully
compete with them. “

The head of government disclosed the economic policy of Malaysia in the foreign
dimension – its desire to rely on the integration processes in ASEAN and more
broadly – within the East Asian region. At the end of last year at
a series of summits in Kuala Lumpur, it was decided to establish
The East Asian Community, which would include all 10 ASEAN countries, as well as
China, Japan and South Korea. This project was actively promoted by Malaysians, who
referred to the already existing groundwork – the existing structure of cooperation of all
these countries under the name “ASEAN + 3”.As a result of heated discussions, the leaders of the ASEAN countries
gave preference to this particular project, rather than the originally expressed
the Indonesians’ proposal to rely on cooperation with India, Japan and
Australia to “balance” the influence and power of China.

Malaysia also counts on the development of direct ties with a number of promising
partners, primarily with China, Saudi Arabia and other Islamic
states. There is some groundwork in trade and economic relations with Russia.it
concerns primarily two batches of Russian military bought by the Malaysians
aircraft. In December last year, negotiations were held in Kuala Lumpur between
President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, who participated in the first Russia-ASEAN summit,
and Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi. In addition to discussing the way forward
development of trade and economic relations between both countries, both leaders
reached an agreement on the training of two Malaysian cosmonauts in Moscow. They are
have already been introduced to the Russian president and will arrive to study at the current
in the spring.

For Russia, Malaysia is a benevolent and stable partner in the South-East
Asia, which approaches the development of ties in all areas without prejudice and
any ideological blinders. To a certain extent, these connections serve and
strengthening of Russian authority and positions within the framework of everything dynamically
developing region of Southeast Asia.

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Delivery of goods from Malaysia

Delivery of goods from Malaysia has been carried out by our company for several years.The most developed industry in Malaysia is electronics. It is in this country that computer devices, various electrical appliances, laptops, smartphones, air conditioners and other equipment are produced. Malaysia ranks first in the world for the production of electronics.

If you want to sell high quality technical devices and at the same time have a big profit, you should use our services for the delivery of goods from Malaysia. We pack the goods in special containers and deliver them in absolute safety.So that you are completely calm about your order, we take out insurance, while you only need a signature, all the paperwork is done by our logisticians.

Types of delivery of goods from Malaysia

We deliver goods from Malaysia to Russia by air or sea – choose. We often deliver rubber and latex from Malaysia, as the chemical industry is thriving there. Mass transportation of palm oil is observed.

We often export timber; exotic tree species grow in the country, from which elite furniture is made.

Delivery details from Malaysia

We have been engaged in the transportation of goods from Malaysia since 2014, it was then that the export from this country was the highest. You can receive the required cargo in 5 days if you use the air transportation option. The duration of sea transportation is about 45-50 days.

Malaysian goods are in demand in Russia, their delivery will take place in a minimum amount of time. Our logisticians will do their best to ensure that you receive the goods as soon as possible.You need to provide our specialists with data on the weight and volume of the goods, clarify its cost according to the invoice, and describe in detail. Thanks to this information, the company will be able to order the best option for packing cargo and placing it on board an aircraft or ship.

Most often, we deliver goods from such cities in Malaysia as Kuchung, Raub, Kuala Lumpur, Alor Setar. Buying electronics or any other things in these cities will give you the opportunity to make great money or just get the things you want if you need them for household purposes.

Range of services

Taking care of our clients, we have included in the list of the company’s services the maximum number of opportunities:

  • Negotiations with suppliers

    Some of our clients have specific suppliers in Malaysia, in which case we simply contact them at the specified coordinates and agree on the nuances of delivery. But if you want to do business, but do not have specific suppliers, we will find them ourselves. We cooperate with firms in Malaysia on an ongoing basis.Today, many stores in Russia receive their goods thanks to our company, why don’t you take this chance?

  • Insurance

    Even if some unsafe situation happens on the road, your finances will not suffer. The insurance will fall on the shoulders of our logisticians.

  • Customs clearance

    This is another stage, which requires a lot of time to spend on paperwork.The company’s specialists can make this procedure faster than anyone, this is another reason why you should order the transportation of goods from Malaysia right here.

  • Safe packaging

    Not all manufacturers provide goods in sturdy packaging, so we often need to use our containers. Each time we check the quality of the packaging, because we make sure that your product is delivered in its entirety.

  • Temporary storage of goods

    If you want to pick up the goods from our warehouse yourself, but on the day of arrival you cannot do it, you can leave it with us.We provide each client with the opportunity to store goods on a temporary basis, our manager will explain the details to you, who will contact you immediately after placing an application on the website.

  • Consolidation of cargo

    Stores that sell different types of goods need to get them from different manufacturers. We are ready to deliver you cargo from several enterprises at once, the main thing is to discuss all the details on both sides in a timely manner.

  • Established route

    Whatever transport we use to deliver the goods, we always adhere to a single route.You can see our route. It’s easy to do, go to the Internet, open our website, go to the appropriate section and see where in the world your product is at the moment. No time delays – transport will be in full view.

Using our services, you will find out what quality and reliability are. We value our reputation, and therefore we will not allow ourselves a single mistake.

Malaysia – 60 Years of Stable GDP Growth and Business with Very Low Internet Penetration → Roem.ru / SEA 2015

Roem.ru continues to publish a series of materials about the technology market of Southeast Asia. Today analysts from Interweb Pro and the international investment fund Digital Media Partners talk in detail about Malaysia.


Malaysia is a parliamentary monarchy in Southeast Asia, divided into Western (Malaya) and Eastern (Sabak or Saravah). The head of the state is King Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah.By its form, it is a federation, consisting of 13 states and 3 federal territories with self-government rights. Nine states are ruled by sultans, four by governors, and federal territories are subordinate to the capital.

Every 5 years, nine monarchs elect from their circle the Supreme Ruler and his assistant, the Viceroy. The king performs representative functions, and the parliament rules the country, which is formed through elections.


60% of Malaysians are Muslims.Muslim traditions are very strong: the country still has Sharia courts in some cases. 20% of the population is Buddhist.

Malaysia has a humid equatorial climate with constant floods. The population is 30 million people (44th in the world) with an annual growth of 2.5%. About 79% live in West Malaysia. This is a more developed part of the country, located on the Malacca Peninsula.

The capital of the country is Kuala Lumpur, one of the largest transit centers in Southeast Asia.

There are several ethnic groups in Malaysia: 60.3% are Malays, 11% are the Orang Asli indigenous group, 24% are Chinese and 7% are Indians.

In economic terms, the Chinese are the most influential. In particular, they own “Malay Las Vegas” – the Genting casino empire. Many expats (hired specialists) from the West work in large cities.

Until 1957, Malaysia belonged to Great Britain, therefore, together with official Malay, English is actively used, as well as a hybrid of “Manglish”.Malaysian Chinese speak South Chinese dialects.


The country’s economy is actively developing. GDP grows by about 6% every year, and this rate has been maintained for almost 60 years!

Foreign investment in Malaysia peaked in the 1980s and 1990s. Now their volume has decreased, since the domestic market is sufficiently saturated with capital, and the attention of investors has shifted to neighboring Indonesia.

Malaysia’s economy ranks 3rd in Southeast Asia and 29th in the world.The country exports oil, gas, tin, rubber, timber and palm oil. The export of natural resources provided strong growth in the 70s. On the other hand, this aggravated the ecological situation, in particular, due to the massive deforestation.

Thanks to foreign investment in the 80s and 90s, the industrial sector, mainly the production of electronics, rose to 30% of GDP. Main markets: USA, Singapore, Japan, China.

Even the 1997 Asian financial crisis failed to stop the Malaysian economy.Development slowed down by just one year, while Thailand and Indonesia struggled desperately with the crisis for several years. Detailed macroeconomic data on Malaysia can be viewed here.


Malaysia has a large Internet audience: almost 20 million people (67% of the population) use the network. This number is projected to grow to 25 million users in 2015.

At the same time, there is a serious problem with the data transfer rate – 6.78 Mbps.It is only 122nd out of 197 countries! Malaysia was recognized as one of the worst in the world in terms of Internet access speed. The reason is poor infrastructure and low requirements for communication standards. The authorities talk about the inaccessibility of modern types of connections.

In many respects, development is hampered by the state monopoly Telecom. The company owns 90% of local lines and imposes unfavorable terms on providers. Market participants are waiting for government intervention.

The consumption of Internet traffic is growing, which requires drastic measures to resolve the problem.

As a result, a national program to expand access to broadband was introduced. In 2014, there were already 6 million subscribers. However, for a country like Malaysia, this is a modest figure.

Leading ISPs – Giga Broadband, Jaring Flite Wired, Maxis Wired, PersiaSYS Ultraband and TM Broadband. Celcom holds the largest market share.

Providers have formed a voluntary association, but the telecommunications market is controlled by the state and Telecom.It is extremely difficult for foreign investors to enter it.

In this list you can see providers and tariff plans.

Most operators connect 3G and 4G. In 2013, there were 14 million 3G users. Malaysia is a land of mobile internet. A paradoxical situation: the wired connection is trying to catch up with the performance of mobile devices, and not vice versa.

The following graph shows their relationship in dynamics since 2009.

4G is connected only in large cities by four operators (the “big three” plus U-Mobile).The coverage area is only 15% of the country’s population.

Providers are forced to expand the 4G network, but they are engaged in it on a leftover basis. 3G remains a priority.

Companies are not interested in improving infrastructure, as there is no free competition. The market is divided by 3 operators: Celcom – 13.1 million subscribers, DIGI – 11 million, Maxis – 12.9 million. The situation began to change only in recent years, since it is unprofitable for monopolists to maintain high tariffs at low connection speeds.

Internet service providers are owned by either state monopolists or big tycoons. They maintain a consistent pricing policy that minimizes costs and maximizes profits. This is not real competition. Market mechanisms for the struggle for the customer are very weak. Essentially, the operators are sabotaging the change. Therefore, the technical parameters of the Internet in Malaysia are so inferior to the world level.


In Malaysia, all age groups, with the exception of 55+, actively use the Internet.This is a sign of a mature audience. You can see the exact data in the following graph.

In terms of gender, the male audience predominates (71%), which is typical for a Muslim country. Among mobile Internet users, this superiority is less – 63% of men.

The educational level of Malaysian users is inferior to the world average – only 24% have a higher education.

The percentage of employees is slightly higher than the global one.The share of businessmen, on the contrary, is lower.

The age of the audience is quite young, although it is a more respectable audience than in the Middle East or Africa. In the first place is the category 25 – 35 years old.

At home, the Internet is used by 71.2% of the audience, at work – 37.8%, in places where mobile connection is available – 55.3%.

Summary: Malaysia has a mature Internet audience with a high level of paying capacity and willingness to shop online.


There is a general Asian trend towards hyper-involvement in social media.Malaysians are no exception. 62% of Internet users in the country go to social networks every day and spend 4.5 hours there.

69% use the internet to send messages, 65% to receive and send emails, 24% for training, 21% for payments, and about 30% for downloading files.

On average, a Malaysian has 233 virtual friends. This is a high figure, especially compared to Japan (29 friends).

15.6 million people use Facebook (81% of the audience).Despite the super popularity of Facebook, the government is considering limiting access to it.

This is a list of the most visited Facebook pages in Malaysia.

Instagram has 29% of the audience; 17% of the audience are engaged on LinkedIn.

Twitter audience is more modest – 3.5 million followers. While 8% of all global tweets are sent in Malay, only 22% of users have been active in the past month.

80% download videos at least once a month, 51% have an active Youtube account.

World portals and social networks are leading the way. Local projects include the Tantan News news site, the Milkadeal Cashback cashback trading platform and the AirAsia

low-cost airline.

SimilarWeb version of the ranking of popular sites in the country:

There are also local projects in the country. The most popular gaming network is Friendster.

TOP sites in Malaysia according to Alexa:

In addition to social networks, high traffic was found in forums, trading platforms, group shopping sites, ticket services, local news portals, Youtube analogs and car portals.

Malaysian users are loyal to online shopping. Therefore, many online stores and marketplaces appear in the country, equally founded by foreign and local entrepreneurs. Marketplaces are trusted more. According to Malaysians, this is a safer form of e-commerce.

A separate topic with good prospects is website development for small and medium-sized businesses. They make up 97% of the entire commercial sector of the country and in 70% of cases are not represented on the network.

In recent years, the Malaysian authorities have supported small businesses. At the same time, he has much fewer opportunities for online promotion compared to large companies. Big business is saturated with investments, attracts the best specialists and enters foreign sales markets. Small businesses are just getting started with online sales.

The country is dominated by the mobile Internet. It determines the specifics of content consumption: 74% of users play games, and this segment is actively growing.The mobile advertising market is also developing.

Internet users in Malaysia love music (56%). Moreover, they prefer not to buy, but to listen to it on free resources.

Top-30 local resources can be viewed here.

Summary: Malaysia, like Indonesia, is a market with increased demand for communications (related sites, social media, apps, etc.)

The most important things for the Malaysian audience: the need for communication, the ability to discuss and compare goods and services, personal contact (at least with an online consultant).

Despite the low connection speed, the consumption of Internet traffic is growing every year. In this regard, the demand for the creation of high-quality sites is increasing.


Islamic traditions severely restrict certain areas of online business. There may be no popularity, and often no job opportunities, alcohol sales, gambling, fast lending, sale of illegal clothing, and too loose dating sites.This does not interfere with the prosperity of the huge casino city of Genting, as well as the popularity of banking portals.

Double standards are associated with the fact that Malaysia was a colony of the British Empire for a long time. The national market continues to focus on the needs of the foreign public along with the interests of the local population. Alcohol and gambling prohibited for Malaysians are easily accessible to foreigners.

However, there is a degradation of moral standards, and more and more residents in large cities are disregarding the prohibitions.At the same time, Internet censorship operates in Malaysia and resources are blocked for violating national foundations.

The country has a low demand for sports resources, as well as specialized business and technical portals. High-tech industries are controlled by foreigners, so the local network loses to foreign resources in the dispute over such information.

The most pressing problem of the online market in Malaysia is mobile payments. Their share is still only 0.3%, despite the predominance of mobile access and potentially huge demand from users.The market is already encouraging developers to introduce their products, or to introduce payment methods via the phone into the traditional application.

The Malaysian mentality influences the specifics of online sales. Users trust a personal contact with a seller more than an automated purchase. Therefore, forums, shopping social networks, message boards and marketplaces are much more popular than regular online stores.

An important point for developers: Malaysia is a developed business environment, where everything is mainly based on small and medium-sized businesses (97% of enterprises).Local authorities are the main focus of support for this sector. Today 70% of these types of companies do not have websites; 72% do not have online commerce tools, although 48% plan to do so.

Mobile advertising and online sales boom in Malaysia. There are all conditions for this, except for a high connection speed.


Malaysia has a turnover of 3.6 billion ringit (about $ 1 billion) in internet sales. Thanks to this, it is ranked 7th in the Top 10 most promising e-commerce markets.

In 2015, online retail is projected at 5.6 billion ringit ($ 1.5 billion). Market growth – 47%.

Malaysians spend more online than other Southeast Asians, even though the region is already ahead of the global average. Singapore and Malaysia account for half of all e-commerce in ASEAN countries.

42% of Malaysians shop online. Another 30% of the audience admit the possibility of making such transactions via the phone.As of 2014, approximately 10 million people in the country are online shoppers. They prefer bank transfers as payment methods. Electronic payments are almost never used.

A positive point is the excellent logistics system in the country, which increases customer loyalty to online stores. Logistics companies have quality websites.

The combination of good logistics and high paying capacity of the population has led to the fact that online stores in China, Hong Kong, Singapore and the United States are actively operating in Malaysia.

The following diagram shows the leading e-commerce spheres (in the first positions sale of air tickets, insurance, clothing and accessories):

Least requested categories: pets, cars and bicycles, maternity products, movies and music, sporting goods.

A portrait of a typical online shopper in Malaysia: a woman (51%) 26-35 chooses a product at night, prefers bank transfer

54% of shoppers make purchases at least once a month.Average check is less than $ 150.

Common fears in Malaysia are no different from the rest of the world: the risk of deception and the inability to see the thing “live”.

Popular international e-commerce sites in Malaysia:


Discount Portals:

Online shops:

Notice boards:


Malaysia has a high mobile penetration rate. 47% of residents own more than one telephone.According to this indicator, the country bypasses not only its neighbors in the region, but even the United States!

With new technologies, the mobile communications market is being redistributed. Previously, Maxis was the undisputed leader among operators. Today it is barely ahead (38.1% share) of Celcom (33.7% share) and DIGI (28.2%). The latter are positioning themselves as a leader in the mobile Internet niche.

The global Asian trend is the replacement of the traditional and widespread use of smartphones by the mobile Internet.

According to the latest data, 80% of the country’s inhabitants use smartphones.For 35% of Malays, this is the only gadget to go online, and 42% made purchases through it.

13 million users use smartphones to access social networks.

Mobile content habits in Malaysia are the same worldwide. The difference is that fewer downloads of mobile games and more music.

Android dominates among the operating systems, which is typical for Asia.

35% of Malaysians say they pick up a smartphone before getting out of bed.The same number of people check it before bed.

The country’s market is open for application development: people cannot live without social networks, regularly buy online and consume mobile content. The only brake is the low speed of the Internet connection.

Major Malaysian Application Developers:

There are 680 mobile application developers in the state. For the development of the industry, a special communication platform has been created, which finances projects and conducts training events.

TOP Malaysian Apps for Android and IOS.

In Malaysia, one of the largest mobile providers is the state-owned Telecom Malaysia. It is difficult for foreigners to capture even a small part of its sphere of influence. At the same time, it is quite possible to sell devices, and merchants from China, Japan, USA, Taiwan, Europe are already working in the country

The growing Malaysian market also attracted the attention of the Russian company Yota Devices, which began selling its YotaPhones through local retailers.


The digital market is just starting to gain momentum.

Three years ago, there were articles about the nonviability of Internet marketing in Malaysia. However, he is alive and developing. At the same time, local businessmen need to explain the benefits of online advertising, make promotions, and show the effect.

Malaysia’s digital market is a “sleeping tiger”, it is waiting for awakening and has been promising high growth rates for several years.

Like the mobile app market, digital competition is fierce.Both local and foreign companies compete here.

To operate in the local market, the specifics of the entire region should be taken into account. Singapore is a concentration of large financial flows and very wealthy clients; Indonesia is the territory of a massive and inexperienced online audience; Thailand is a kind of training ground, where what will then start in Malaysia is tested. They are all closely related, and many entrepreneurs do business in several countries. Malaysian digital agencies also focus on their own and neighboring markets, primarily Singapore.

Digital Marketing Companies operate under a general association and an association of accredited agencies. Industry data is published in the largest local marketing magazine.

The volume of the online advertising market in the country is $ 109 million (2013), with an annual growth rate of 25%.

Outdoor advertising is growing at a similar pace, despite the fact that in other countries the peak of its development has long been passed.

So far, the digital segment accounts for only 1.5% of the total advertising market.

The substitution of Internet advertising for paper media, as it happens all over the world, is still ahead for Malaysia. Most local companies offer mixed online and offline services, which is typical of the growing advertising market.

Leading agency in Malaysia and Thailand – Zocial.

List of digital agencies in Malaysia:

Foreign agencies are also represented in the country.

Malaysia 2014 Advertising Awards List is available.

Summary: Major customers are multinational corporations and telecommunications giants. Malaysian customers are not yet realizing the benefits of online advertising. The market continues to form, there are no reliable statistics on it. Too many agencies offer online advertising customization without sufficient professional skills. As the market matures, the number of players will decrease dramatically.


Malaysia has joined the global start-up race and, despite the well-known technological limitations, offers its projects.

IT entrepreneurs are supported by a local innovation agency. In general, investors prefer to invest in the electronics industry.

Investments in strategic sectors of the economy are managed by the Khazanakh fund.

There is a relaxed tax regime for technology companies for a period of 5 to 10 years.

Compared to the West, the country has low advertising costs. There is a client base for B2B: a significant share of successful companies in Southeast Asia are immigrants from Malaysia.

A huge plus is the proximity to the sales markets of China, India, Indonesia and Japan.

The priority area for investment is the industrial sector, where there is a very high level of development and it is possible to receive tax and legal benefits.

The Malaysian market itself is not that big. Many investors perceive it as a springboard for entering the markets of Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Singapore, and, if successful, Indonesia, India and China. Even the government directs investors to external activity when working in the country’s market.

For expansion into the Singapore market (although this is not publicly announced), a separate Iskandar “accelerated development” zone has been created.

Projects in the service sector (including IT) are managed by the Malaysian Industrial Development Agency. In addition, it distributes tax incentives, “pioneer” regimes with exemption from income tax, etc.

The Malaysian approach to innovation is characterized by strong government involvement. On the one hand, the authorities help, on the other hand, they interfere with the work.Perhaps this is the reason for the modest success of startups from Malaysia. The best of them is in the 9th hundred of the rating. Judging by the map of world startups, Malaysia takes the number.

An interesting map of “employment” of spheres for startups in Southeast Asia will help assess the prospects and main competitors for those who want to do business in Malaysia.

Malaysia’s initiatives to create an innovative environment are anchored in the Multimedia Superkorridor program. It is overseen by the Digital Development Corporation, which attracts investors, provides tax incentives and financially supports startups.

Residents should develop and operate on the basis of two modern cyber cities Cyberjaya, where the offices of BMW, HSBC, DHL, Shell, Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, and Putrajaya are located. However, in reality, grandiose plans are not implemented so effectively. Cyberjaya’s activities have become the object of criticism, the waves of which have reached us. However, the authorities continue to invite foreign projects.

The second cyber city, Putrajaya, was originally planned as a garden city, an exhibition of achievements, where the seat of government, similar to Astana and Brasilia, is located.The city turned out to be beautiful, albeit empty.

There are several business support programs in Malaysia: Digital Malaysia, Cradle funds, Catcha Group, accelerator, a program to involve schoolchildren and youth in start-up activities, Founder Institute.

For beginners, the most relevant work visa of the “corridor” type.

In addition to cyber cities, startups work in specialized technology zones. Young developers can share success stories in the SEA market.There are also very young entrepreneurs among them. The Facebook group has become a kind of platform for communication between local startups.

The segment is supported by a number of independent funds. For example, this is Asia Venture Group, headed by Tim Marbach, and a start-up support agency under the government of the country. The capital of the country, Kuala Lumpur, has its own startup program with the aim of creating an ideal atmosphere for IT developers in the city.

Top 6 startups in the country:

  • Neuroware – cryptocurrency service;
  • GrabTaxi – the most powerful regional leader, valued at $ 500 million;
  • Piktochart – creating infographics;
  • iProperty – a real estate portal worth about $ 500 million;
  • Ringgitplus – financial services, cost comparison;
  • MOL – electronic payments, the first company from Southeast Asia on the NASDAQ, the estimated cost reached $ 800 million.

It is worth highlighting the promising e-commerce startup SoftSpace. The project team is known for its extreme ambition, already working in 7 countries of the region and at the same time “content” with the smallest investment among colleagues.

Malaysia has abundant natural resources and a powerful industrial sector. They are pulling away investment and staff. Digital technologies are not appreciated by local businesses. In addition, the traditional Asian fear of everything new is triggered.

A direct consequence of the problem is a brain drain, enticing talented Malaysians by neighbors. They live and work in Singapore, Korea, Japan and China. National companies are forced to hire top management from the United States and Europe. The level of education of local personnel does not allow effective management of advanced enterprises.

English, although it is the second language in the country, is suitable for business communication only among graduates of English schools. The household option is a mixture of Malay and English that is hard to understand for a foreigner.

Malaysia has a long history of cooperation with Western companies, especially in the industrial sector. Foreign business dominates in many industries, while the country’s economy is self-sufficient. Therefore, Malaysia does not offer fancy opportunities for those wishing to do business in its market, except for innovative startups. In general, this is a promising market with low tax rates and clear legislation.

Like Indonesia, Malaysia offers comfortable living conditions in large cities, cheap real estate and food at high salaries (average $ 1,300, minimum $ 220).

Practical advice on organizing and doing business in Malaysia can be found on the foreign economic activity portal.

An overall assessment of Malaysia’s efforts to attract investors is contained in a report by the US Bureau of Economic and Trade Affairs.

Some peculiarities of the local mentality and unspoken rules of doing business by foreigners may influence the decision to work in Malaysia. There are professional and social restrictions for the population from a non-Islamic background.

Investors need to obtain permission from the Foreign Investment Committee in cases where:

  • the project amount exceeds 10 million ringits;
  • a merger or acquisition is planned with the transfer of local business under its control;
  • the share of a foreigner in the project is more than 15%, and for a group of foreign investors – 30%.

In strategic industries that include telecommunications, the share of foreigners is limited to 30%.

A foreign investor can become 100% owner of a local business under the following conditions: work in a knowledge-intensive sector, obtaining the appropriate status, inclusion in the Digital Malaysia program.

Investments in other spheres of the economy are heavily regulated by the state.

An overview of the country’s activities in attracting direct investment can be studied by following the link to the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.

Separately, it should be said about the very high level of corruption in the country, which has a strong effect on projects and the specifics of business here


Malaysia is an unpromising market for IT companies, especially compared to other Southeast Asian countries.

Base difficulty:

  • insufficient audience for B2C;
  • dominance of Western companies in B2B (including IT).They hinder the advancement of newbies;
  • 90,115 a surplus of mobile app development companies;

  • an excess of digital companies with a shortage of online advertising customers;
  • low speed internet connection;
  • Low level of professional skills and English language among local staff.

The advantages include excellent infrastructure and tax incentives for IT projects, huge sales markets of neighboring countries.

According to the author of the report, Malaysia is of interest only as a starting point for entering the Southeast Asian market.It would be more reasonable to leave the domestic market of the country to local companies.

Top 10 largest retail chains in the world

90,547 The 10 largest retail chains in the world have sold more than $ 1.4 trillion in goods over the past 12 months. And 70% of this amount, or about $ 1 trillion, fell on the 5 largest representatives of the United States.

At the same time, by the end of 2017, a record number of stores were closed in the United States – 6,885 points were closed. In mid-October 2018, the American retail chain Sears Holding filed for bankruptcy.

The companies engaged in the sale of consumer goods have become the undisputed leaders. Another trend in recent years is the active development of online trading. Traditional retailers are forced to spend huge sums on the development of Internet services and digital technologies in order to maintain an advantage over the growing Internet retailers such as Amazon. By the way, we did not include it in the rating, because the company’s business is very diversified and it generates its revenue ($ 752 billion) not only through retail, but also through other industries, for example, cloud technologies.

Largest retail chains

10th place

In 10th place is the American multi-brand retailer Target with revenue of $ 75.1 billion in the last 12 months. The company owns a large chain of economy class retail hypermarkets, which are popular in the United States and around the world due to affordable prices and the widest range of general goods. Her motto remains the same: “Expect more, pay less.”

The company’s shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).Ticker: TGT

9th place

The largest Japanese retailer Aeon took 9th place in the rating. The company’s revenues for the year reached $ 775 billion. Aeon operates a retail chain of stores of various formation that sell a variety of goods, including food and home furnishings. The chain stores are located in Japan, Malaysia, China (including Hong Kong), Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, etc. The bulk of the revenue is generated by department stores and supermarkets.

The company is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). Ticker: 8267

8th place

Tesco is the UK’s largest grocery and non-food retailer. Its revenue over the past 12 months amounted to $ 82.4 billion. The company has more than 6,800 stores of various formats: from a hypermarket to a convenience store. Tesco employs 300,000 employees in the UK alone and over 440,000 worldwide.human.

The company’s shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Ticker: TSCO

7th place

French retailer is Carrefour (Crossroads) is one of the largest retailers in Europe. Over the past year, the company’s revenue amounted to $ 92.4 billion. The network has 12,350 points of sale in more than 30 countries and regions, which are visited by 1.3 million customers daily. The company made efforts to conquer Russia as well in 2009.having opened hypermarkets in Moscow and Krasnodar, but a year later Carrefour sold its assets and left the Russian market.

The company is listed on the Euronext Paris. Ticker: CA

6th place

Home Depot Inc, an American hypermarket chain that is the world’s largest selling repair tools and building materials, took 6th place in the ranking. The company’s revenue was $ 105.6 billion. The company owns 2,284 retail outlets in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China.Home Depot also offers equipment rental and professional renovation services to its customers.

The company’s shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Ticker: HD

5th place

Schwarz Group is a German family-owned company with brands such as Lidl and Kaufland. Lidl is a supermarket chain with more than 10,000 stores in 29 countries. In addition to a wide range of food products, Lidl stores also sell clothes and shoes, household goods and cosmetics, children’s clothing and toys, household appliances and electronics.Kaufland is a hypermarket chain with a presence in Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Croatia, Romania, Australia and Bulgaria. The entire group operates 3,200 stores. The retail network has been holding the lead among retailers in terms of revenue in the eurozone for several years. In the 2017/2018 fiscal year, the company’s revenue was $ 115.9 billion, of which Lidl accounted for $ 89.2 billion, and Kaufland’s sales amounted to $ 26.7 billion.

The company is not public

4th place

The fourth place is occupied by the American supermarket chain – Kroger Co.The company’s revenue over the past 12 months amounted to $ 124.2 billion. 94% of the company’s total sales come from grocery retail. Kroger Co owns 2,769 grocery stores under various brands. The company also owns a chain of jewelry stores, food businesses and pharmacies.

The company’s shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Ticker: KR.

3rd place

Walgreens Boots Alliance – the world’s largest pharmacy company – came in third with a record of $ 131.5 billion in the last 12 months.The WBA operates more than 18,000 pharmacies and cosmetics, perfumery and personal care stores in 11 countries. The company is also the largest pharmaceutical distributor, owning about 390 distribution centers, from where medicines and other goods are delivered to more than 200 thousand pharmacies and medical centers located in 20 countries.

The company is listed on NASDAQ. Ticker: WBA

2nd place

The second largest cash & carry chain in the United States – Costco Wholesale Corp.Over the past 12 months, the company has generated revenues of $ 141.5 billion. The format of wholesale stores for small businesses, which can also be available to individuals, continues to be popular. By purchasing an annual card, a club member gets access to goods with very attractive prices. As of August 2018, the company has 762 warehouses, of which 527 are in the USA and Puerto Rico, 100 in Canada, 39 in Mexico, 28 in the UK, 26 in Japan, 15 in South Korea, 13 in Taiwan, 10 in Australia. , 2 in Spain, 1 in France and 1 in Iceland.

The company is listed on NASDAQ. Ticker: COST

1st place

American Walmart has been holding the palm for many years. The chain’s revenues over the past 12 months amounted to $ 511.8 billion. Today, this retailer has 11,700 retail stores, represented under 55 trademarks in 27 countries. There are retail outlets in the USA, Canada, Mexico, as well as in China, Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, India, Japan and Great Britain.

The company’s shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Ticker: WMT

As for Russian retail, the places here are distributed as follows:

1st place . X5 Retail Group. The company’s revenue for the last 12 months: $ 23.4 billion
2nd place . Magnet. The company’s revenue for the last 12 months: $ 19.7 billion
3rd place . Tape. Revenue in the last 12 months: $ 6.4 billion
4th place . M Video. The company’s revenue for the last 12 months: $ 3.3 billion
5th place . Child’s world. Revenue in the last 12 months: $ 1.7 billion.

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