Our Business Rules Are:

Do not lose our shareholders’ money

Do not lose our health

Do not lose our temper

Do not lose our customer

TAN SRI DR LIM WEE CHAI

Executive Chairman



Being Prepared for All Times

Good health and good day.

Events around the world today provide many learning lessons for businesses.

Unity and teamwork build strong foundation. Working in isolation and silos affect the strength of a business. We also find that our expected performance is affected by external market conditions which are mostly beyond our direct control. It can bring in unexpected windfalls or losses.

Hence the importance of ensuring our foundation is strong enough to sustain any headwinds and is prepared to optimise tailwinds.


When we are at the top of our game, we need to be vigilant (sengmok) of the blind spots. A blind spot can be in the form of events that we did not notice or did not pay enough attention to. It can also be mistakes we thought we could ignore. These events could affect us when we least expect and could cost us financially. ​​​​​​​

Further, we often benchmark ourselves with the best and the most promising players. This may not be the only correct strategy. We should also aim to understand what our peers who may be weaker than us today are doing differently.

Bottom line: Heritage, history, and track record alone do not guarantee sustainability in business.

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Our sustainability lies in our constant hard and smart work, realistic vision, discipline and being completely hands on and aware of what is happening externally while preparing our internal structures to respond to these events with agility, wisdom and intelligence.


​​​​​​​TOP GLOVE, TOP QUALITY, TOP EFFICIENCY, GOOD HEALTH, SAFETY FIRST & BE HONEST

Tan Sri Dr Lim Wee Chai
Executive Chairman
1st December 2022


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