Message from the President
Looking forward, CECCM will continue to adhere to our principle of “coordination, networking, promotion, research, information, and rights protection,” focusing on improving the quality of services to our members, strengthening connections with governments, enterprises, associations, and universities, and continuously enhancing the Chamber’s visibility. We will organize thematic business seminars to provide our members with updates on professional knowledge and skills. We will also strengthen communication and cooperation with the Malaysia government to seek more policy support and resource allocation, actively serving as a bridge and bond to help our members maintain competitiveness in times of change, broaden the channels of exchange between the business communities of both countries, and contribute to the local economy.
Since its establishment, China Enterprises Chamber of Commerce in Malaysia (CECCM) continue to grow and establish into an important voice that speaks for the interests of Chinese enterprises in Malaysia. The member units consist of many industries and fields such as finance, engineering, petrochemicals, aviation, telecommunications, logistics, tourism education, real estate, etc., These member units demonstrated strong business strength and many industries representing the Chinese-funded enterprises in Malaysia has made fruitful achievements for the economic development of Malaysia.
CECCM is established for 19 years, with more than 200 member units actively participating in local economic and trade construction。 CECCM promotes cultural exchanges between Chinese and Malaysian employees and locals and aim to form a harmonious friendship between China and Malaysia.
CECCM has always adhered to the belief of ” contributing to the local”, and encourages members to actively perform corporate social responsibilities. Under the initiative and leadership of the CECCM, each member unit has given full effort and creativity to carry out a series of meaningful public welfare and cultural exchange activities, which have contributed to the less fortunate groups in Malaysia.