YENHER HOLDINGS BERHAD
(Bursa: 5300)

YENHER‘s history dates back to 1982 with the establishment of Guan Hoe Farming & Trader ("GHF&T") in Pulau Pinang by Cheng Guan Hoe, the father of Cheng Mooh Chye, Cheng Mooh Tat and Cheng Mooh Kheng, as a trader of animal health and nutrition products focusing on the distribution of veterinary pharmaceuticals. Cheng Mooh Tat joined the family business later in the 1980's. In 1991, Cheng Mooh Tat established Yenher Agro with one of GHF&T's suppliers, to expand the trading of animal health and nutrition products to include premixes, feed additive and vitamins. Yenher Agro began its operations with a focus on the swine subsector, providing premixes to customers located in Pulau Pinang. In 1993, Cheng Guan Hoe Holdings Sdn Bhd, an investment holding vehicle held by Cheng Guan Hoe and his children, acquired 51% stake in Yenher Agro and subsequently in the same year, the entire stake of Cheng Guan Hoe Holdings Sdn Bhd in Yenher Agro was transferred to Cheng Guan Hoe and his children. GHF&T was then dissolved in 1993 as the Cheng family decided to consolidate all of their businesses under Yenher Agro. Over the years, our Group has evolved from solely a distributor to a manufacturer and distributor of animal health and nutrition products. We have also expanded our customer network to international markets by appointing distributors in Indonesia (in 1997) and the Nigeria (in 2015) as well as establishing a branch in Taiwan in 2020. Besides this, we also have direct purchases from customers based in Hong Kong (since 2005), Brunei (since 2011), Vietnam (since 2011), Korea (since 2016), Belgium (since 2018), Pakistan (since 2019), Thailand (since 2019) and Singapore (2020).

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Range 0.875 - 0.875   (-%)
Open 0.875
Previous Close 0.875
Bid Price 0.875
Bid Volume ('00) 35
Ask Price 0.875
Ask Volume ('00) 191
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