A Budding Branch in a Budding Town
Bintulu is famous for Irrawaddy dolphins, and, you probably may not know that it produces the best belacan (shrimp paste) in Malaysia. Bintulu is a coastal town on the island of Borneo in the central region of Sarawak, East Malaysia. This is where Aver Asia set up the 7th Malaysian branch.
The new branch is built on a land size of nearly 3,000 sqm with an office floor area of 835 sqm. It is only a 35 min-drive from the petite provincial airport with a beautiful view of the South China sea. The Bintulu branch is on the most heavily travelled road of Kidurong Industrial, the main industrial core of Bintulu. It is also strategically located to the port, Methanol and Petronas.
Bintulu has become one of the fastest growing towns in East Malaysia. The authorities have campaigned with the locals to keep the town clean, pretty and vibrant. On industrial developments, the Samalaju Industrial Park is also expanding with new projects and investments. Samalaju is one of the key growth areas of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE). All-in-all is for Bintulu to grow holistically.
The newly founded Bintulu branch is 17 years apart from Labuan branch which covers Aver Asia’s vision of East Malaysia. The main business of Aver Asia includes sales, rental, repair and maintenance of industrial equipment.