The Sarawak Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) opened its doors to businesses and companies doing business in the State when it was established and registered on 20th July 1951.
The objective of the Chamber is to promote commerce and industry amongst the diverse businesses in the State. The Chamber has established itself as the communication channel for member-businesses with the Government of Malaysia, Government of Sarawak and other Chamber of Commerce & Industries.
At the turn of the 20th Century, Chinese entrepreneurs began establishing Chinese entrepreneurial organizations in various cities and towns in Sarawak. They were self- governing entities and independent from one another.KNOW MORE
The idea of forming Chamber of Commerce for the Dayak Community was mooted during K. L Seminar held in April 2002, under the sponsorship of YB Tan Sri Bernard Dompok and YB Datuk Amar Leo Moggie and officiated by YAB. Dr. Mahathir.
The seminar discussed in detail the issue of the lack of participation by Dayak Bumiputra in the field of trade, commerce and industry despite 30 years of implementation of the New Economic Policy that was tasked to increase bumiputra participation in business.
We, being Members of the Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers’ Association (SHEDA), generally desirous of contributing towards the creation a developed and more prosperous nation where social justice is upheld, are committed toKNOW MORE
Founded in 2008, Sarawak Oil Palm Plantation Owners Association (SOPPOA) is a non-profit organisation comprised of a majority of oil palm growers in Sarawak, with membership from plantation companies of various sizes including government land development agencies as well as independent smallholders.KNOW MORE
Sarawak Electrical Association was established 55 years ago with a group of enthusiatic founders and their will to have association united and moulded it to be a platform for power industrial businessmen so did it to social responsibility to make a better life and place to live in.KNOW MORE
The Sarawak Association of Marine Industries (SAMIN) is an association established in 2018 to promote the interests of the marine industry focusing on the state of Sarawak. SAMIN represents a wide cross-section of Sarawak’s ship repair, shipbuilding, marine designer, maritime industry consultant, ship classification, maritime related or supporting industries. Established local shipyards along with ship design firms as well as ship surveying companies are among its members. SAMIN provides the foundation for the advancement and development of maritime industry in Sarawak as well as to do what is best for its members in realizing its aspiration.
The Sarawak Manufacturers' Association (SMA) is an independent organisation established on 20th February 1963 in Kuching under the Societies Act, 1966.
SMA members are drawn from all categories of manufacturing industries including Battery Manufacturing, Tyre Retreading, Cable, Electronic, Electrical Appliance, Sawmilling, Carpentry, Food, Beverage, Mechanical, Metal Industry, Paper Products, Printing, Paint, Plastic Products, Tile, Brick, Pottery, Roofing, Cement, Concrete Masonry, Transport Equipment etc. from Kuching, Samarahan, Sibu, Miri, Bintulu and Serian divisions. The SMA has 200 member manufacturers which represent a combined investment of about RM2,000 million employing some 60,000 workforces. The SMA is the largest representative body of manufacturing companies in Sarawak.
SME Association of Sarawak was established on 29th April 2019 with the objectives of promoting, providing supports, services and solutions towards the best interest of small and medium industries enterprises and businesses in Sarawak. Since the inception, the Association has been actively recruiting new members to its team and bringing realization of its existence and objectives to the sector.KNOW MORE
Startup Entrepreneur Association Sarawak (SEAS) was founded in May 2020, with the purpose to discover, connect Sarawak start-ups and gives the Sarawak startup ecosystem a collective voice in society, business and politics. Startups face very different challenges than established company do. The SEAS is committed to create the business events and opportunities for the development of both entrepreneurs and startups as we believe it benefits our entire society. The SEAS sees itself as an umbrella organization representing various startups across numerous industries, regions and organizations. Our goal is not only to make Sarawak the most innovative and founder-friendly place in Malaysia.KNOW MORE