KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 13 — Ramly Group, the firm behind the iconic, Malaysian-born “Ramly Burger” brand, expects revenue to double to hit the RM2 billion mark once its new factory opens at the end of 2017, founder and managing director Datuk Ramly Mokni said.
“The current factory has hit its maximum capacity so we can’t increase output until our new factory starts operating in 2017,” he told reporters here at The Ramly Food Processing Centre in Taman Perindustrian IKS.
Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad has been a Malaysian household name for generations. Offering a diverse range of food products, Nestlé has contributed significantly to the nutritional needs of Malaysians.
Established more than a hundred years ago, the company has established trusted household brands such as Nescafé, Milo and Maggi to name a few. “Only a fraction of Fortune 500 companies have survived these many years. This is due to the fact that we have been able to win the hearts and minds of Malaysian consumers over the years,” says Alois Hofbauer,