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New Ming Fai store showcasing ‘total solutions provider for hotels’

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The Ming Fai showroom in Phnom Penh offers a comprehensive range of hotel supplies. SUPPLIED

New Ming Fai store showcasing ‘total solutions provider for hotels’

Ming Fai Enterprise (Cambodia) Co Ltd this year opened a new showroom in Phnom Penh, with the grand, spacious store showcasing a comprehensive range of hotel supplies, with hundreds of international brands on display.

Bringing its high-quality products into the retail market, the new showroom is part of Ming Fai Group’s continued expansion of its Cambodian operations.

“We are here for the long haul, investing in Cambodia and its people as the nation grows.

“The Kingdom has a young workforce, and we want more Cambodians to join us,” Ching Tsun-wah, vice-president and executive director of Ming Fai, previously told The Post of its commitment to Cambodia.

The leaders in world-class hotel and airline products was incorporated in the Kingdom as Ming Fai Enterprise (Cambodia) Co Ltd in January 2018.

Ching said the Kingdom was chosen as the first location outside China for the Hong Kong-listed provider of world-class, high-quality products and professional services after considerable study into the Southeast Asia region.

“Having carried out extensive research into ASEAN countries, we decided to invest in Cambodia because it is stable, while the foreign exchange controls makes it easy for us to business here from Hong Kong and China.

“Cambodia’s economy and development have great potential and will only continue to go up,” he said.

The “total solutions provider for hotels” supplies clients with the full range of comprehensive hospitality total solutions, from design, R&D and procurement, to production and distribution.

With the production base and sales networks closely connected, the most convenient door-to-door services can be enjoyed from anywhere.

Ming Fai (Cambodia) has since its establishment in 2018 strictly adhered to the ideals of “innovation, pragmatism, efficiency, excellence and quality” promoted by the parent company – Ming Fai International Holdings Limited.

Supported by a spirit of creativity and innovation, with cutting-edge production technology, Ming Fai (Cambodia) specialises in the design, production and processing of various kinds of bags, socks, travel pouches, travel kits, personal care packages, slippers and non-woven craft products.

Ming Fai (Cambodia) benefits from the nearly the 40 years of experience in the design and R&D of travel bag sets, fashion handbags, travel pouches and personal care products of its parent company.

It also provides clients with one-stop OEM (original equipment manufacturing), OBM (original brand manufacturing) and ODM (original design manufacturing) services for travel retail products.

The heart of Ming Fai Cambodia’s operations in the Kingdom is its huge 17-block factory in Kampong Speu province.

Ming Fai designs and produces a variety of trendy handbags, make-up bags, beach bags, eco-friendly bags and travel pouches in a range of materials, including nylon, PU, PVC, TPU and non-woven fabrics, with monthly production capacity exceeding 1.1 million.

For slipper manufacturing, it has set up multi-production lines that benefit from advanced Jacquard, printing and embroidery machinery.

Monthly production capacity fully catering to the needs of clients can reach more than 1.5 million.

Ming Fai (Cambodia) is the first local manufacturer of hotel bathroom supplies, while it also produces a wide range of personal care retail products.

Through the international linkage between China and Cambodia, Ming Fai has become a leading transnational corporation in Southeast Asia.

With Phnom Penh as its strategic centre, Ming Fai Cambodia enjoys a strong logistics system that connects Sihanoukville, Siem Reap and the capital.

The Kampong Speu factory is located some 35km from Phnom Penh International Airport and 50km from the centre of the capital, while Sihanoukville Autonomous Port is 250km away.

With its integrated logistics and supply chain, state-of-the art factory and first-rate showroom – all while offering retail travel, hospitality and air travel supplies, as well consultancy on opening and running hotels – Ming Fai Cambodia truly is the preferred destination for the sector.


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