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Our Regional Businesses
How We Do Business
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Our Regional Businesses Statistical Profile How We Do Business
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The Group has its origins in Jebsen & Co, a trading and shipping business formed in Hong Kong on Mar 1, 1895 by two young entrepreneurs, cousins Jacob Jebsen and Heinrich Jessen. The partners went on to set up Jebsen & Jessen Hamburg in Germany in Jan 1909 to coordinate the trading activities and maintain relations between their firms in China and their European principals. Jebsen & Jessen (SEA) was established in 1963 to concentrate on serving the emerging consumer and industrial markets of South East Asia. Jacob Jebsen
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Jebsen & Jessen Family Enterprise
Jebsen & Jessen (SEA) Pte Ltd South East Asia Jebsen & Co Ltd Greater China Jebsen & Jessen (GmbH & Co) KG Germany Others GMA Garnet, Australia Bodum Export Ltd, Hong Kong Triton Textile Ltd, Hong Kong Jebsen & Jessen A/S, Denmark Turnover: Staff strength: EUR 2 billion 6,000 worldwide
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Jebsen & Jessen (SEA) - Company Facts
ASEAN focused engineering, manufacturing & distribution company Eight regional businesses with market leading positions
Incorporated in 1963
Employees: over 3,300 Turnover 2010: 1bn SGD Operational entities in ID, KH, MM, MY, PH, SG, TH, VN More than 50 subsidiaries & associate companies
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ASEAN Business Landscape
Land Mass 4,465,000 sq km Population Base 560 million Cumulative GDP * US$ 1.5 trillion (2010) Annual GDP Growth (2000-10)* Average 6% Land Mass 499,542 sq km Population Base 45 million Cumulative GDP * US$ 1.6 trillion (2010) Annual GDP Growth (2000 – 2010)* Average 2% * World Bank, World Development Indexes
Characteristics Diverse cultures, languages and regulatory environments Lacking economies of scale within each country Seemingly homogenous, yet fragmented Different phases of economic development
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What We Do
Since 1963 we have worked in partnerships with global market leaders, facilitating and capitalising on opportunities throughout South East Asia. An industrial enterprise, our business spans manufacturing, engineering and distribution activities. The core business units include: Cable Technology, Chemicals, Communications, Life Sciences, Marketing, Material Handling, Packaging and Technology.
Together we serve over 17,000 customers in the region and beyond. Through our more than 50 subsidiaries and associate companies we employ over 3,300 people.
We believe in doing good business, acting with integrity and respecting the people we serve, our own staff and the wider community. Our financial and
organisational stability enables us to sustain the entrepreneurial spirit of our founders, always being prepared for new opportunities. Our state-of-the-art regional infrastructure facilitates cost-effective access to the diverse markets in South East Asia quickly and efficiently.
Beyond the region we are closely connected to a network of sister companies in Australia, Europe and Greater China.
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Our Management – Executive Board
Fritz von der Schulenburg Executive Vice Chairman
Heinrich Jessen Chairman
Heine Askær-Jensen Executive Vice Chairman
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