Zawgyi Premier’s business strategies revolve around our trading, agri trade, supply chain management, and foodstuff operations. Our overarching strategy and business goals were reviewed by our Board of Directors in June 2020. Since then, these plans have been set in motion and will be monitored (and adjusted) accordingly.
Trading We strive to maintain our status as a trusted and reliable business partner for local and international businesses engaged in trading. In line with our mission, we add value to the local businesses we work with and create job opportunities throughout our entire value chain. We strive to achieve this goal by expanding our trade into new commodities, and by increasing our total trading volume.
Agri Trade We add value to our communities’ agriculture sectors through the processing and trading of local produce and crops. And we do so through responsible sourcing and food safety initiatives that create stable income, as well as better living and working conditions for our partner farmers. Moving forward, we aim to increase the volume local produce and crops traded to international markets.
Supply Chain Management We desire to be known as the partner of choice for all supply chain solutions, and to clients of all sizes – from local businesses to global brands. Our strategy for doing so is by providing simpler, faster and more cost-effective solutions – delivered with quality service and compliance as our focus.
Foodstuff We want to promote local foodstuff businesses in Myanmar, and do so by creating foodstuff made with local ingredients that support import-substitution initiatives. Another crucial element of our success is entering domestic markets with high-quality, innovative products that customers love.
Challenges and Uncertainties Even the best plans are met with challenges. We fully expect certain challenges and uncertainties to arise, and are well-prepared to overcome any obstacles that show up.
To defend our business against uncertainties, we have proactively identified possible compliance, market, financial and environmental risks that may come along – and have implemented a series of control measures to minimise these risks.