40 Years of Serving Singapore – Hanwell Holdings
Hanwell Holdings’, Singapore’s largest household goods supplier celebrates 40th anniversary
This 100 percent home-grown brand started out as Provisions Suppliers Corporation in 1974 and the company became PSC Corporation Ltd in 2003. In 2012, they underwent another name change to become Hanwell Holdings Limited. This new name encompasses the expansion of the company and its commitment to providing more diverse and exciting ranges of consumer products and services.
Hanwell Holdings manufactures, distributes and markets these products under a stellar group of subsidiaries namely Tipex Pte Ltd, Topseller Pte Ltd and Fortune Food Manufacturing Pte Ltd.
“Since 1974, Hanwell Holdings has been catering quality consumer products and daily essential needs for families across the island at the best value. We’re constantly evolving and innovating and we look forward to continually serving the public for many years to come.” says Hannah Hong, Senior Group Marketing Manager of Hanwell Holdings Limited.
In 2007, Beautex was featured in the Singapore Book of Records for being the first local paper brand to launch a complete range of three-ply premium paper products. Beautex also produces a wide range of tissue boxes, bathroom tissues, multipurpose towels, pocket tissues, personal care wipes and household care wipes.
Appearing on the Singapore scene in 1990, Fortune Food Manufacturing Pte Ltd specialises in the production of soya bean-based products such as tofu and tau kwa and was the first company in Singapore to introduce pasteurised soya milk, Sobe to local consumers in 1995.
Other popular brands and products manufactured and distributed by Fortune Food include Sobe soya milk, Fortune tofu and noodles, Hosei Japanese udon and Sweet Spot desserts.
Other subsidiaries under Hanwell Holdings include iEcon, SOCMA Trading, Wellmart Management Services and Tat Seng Packaging.
GIVING BACK TO SINGAPORE
On the 24th of August this year, they held the exciting and fun Hanwell Longest Rally to mark their 40th year, where they attempted and succeeded in breaking the Singapore Book of Records for the longest badminton shuttle rally. In tandem with this, they contributed over 9,250kg of their best-selling Royal Umbrella Rice to low income families living in the Cheng San-Seletar Division.