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巴生中华总商会简介。
Brief Profile on the Klang Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCCI).

巴生中华总商会创始於一九四六年五月二十八日,初时会所暂设於巴生苏丹树胶公会所,一九四八年乃搬迁至巴生林茂街二十号二楼,一九九三年十二月迁入自置于巴生八打灵花园二层会所。2001年大会后,才物色到坐落在永安镇的2层半店铺,并於2003年8月15日迁入新会所.

本会是一个工商组织,会员所经营的多属于中小型企业,业务包括农业、建筑、资讯、制造、服务、贸易等等。它招收华人或华裔公民占股51%以上之商号、商团及个人为会员,商号或商团所派出之代表必须是华人。会员可分为普通会员及永久会员.

本会章程列明的宗旨如下:

01 促进华商的联络与合作,共同维护及争取会员在商业、工业、原产业及其它经济领域的权益,并向华商传达政府的政策;

02研讨拟定及向有关方面反映当地华商对影响我国经济民生课题的看法或建议,并对政府政策作出主动的参与,藉以促进华商与当地或中央政府或其他机构之间的了解与合作,共同致力于国民经济的发展和加强全民团结;

03联络国内外其他商会或经济团体,主办或参加经济会议,工商考察团,工商展览会及其他有关促进经济合作的活动;

04提升华商在资讯及通讯工艺方面的应用,电子商业的参与,以促进华商的业务;

05协助华商开拓海外市场及国际贸易;

06主办或协办有利于国民经济发展的企业计划及人力训练计划或课程;

07汇集整理及传播有关工商及其他经济活动的资料;

08促进社会福利、推展文化及教育事业;

09提高商会的效率,确保商会在经济上能自供自足;

10配合马来西亚中华工商联合会的活动;

本会历任会长如下:

1. 曾春水先生
2. 李金殿先生
3. 拿督李荣德
4. 杨裕川先生
5. 陈凱希先生
6. 拿督戴良业
7. 梁家兴博士
8. 丹斯里拿督林宽城

 

一九四七年,本会首先响应参加马来亚中华商会联合会,如今是马来西亚中华工商联合会十七间属会之一。

本会除在地区上扮演着联系华商,因应官方政策与商务环境外, 也配合时代的需求和进行组织上的革新工作。朝向:

1. 凝聚华商, 开拓商机;
2. 迈向一个高效率的商会;
3. 建立一个财务独立并能夠自供自给的商会

本会兼着积极回馈社会的心, 於2003年建立教育基金以帮助家境清寒,品学兼优的学子完成他们的学业。

本会也於2004年荣获ISO9001:2000品质管理系统证书.也是当时第1间荣获此证书的商会.同年10月, 巴生中华总商会青年组成立,简称青年华商。其宗旨是为了吸引年轻的一代加入并壮大华商运动的行列。以更有效的实现商会的既定目标,及培育年轻的男女及华商成为创业,智慧经商的新动力。为务实社会经济的转型与提升制造更有效的条件,2009年本会成立了女企业家组, 鼓励女性加入经商行业.

本会将群策群力,建立一个高效率和财务独立的商会,承先启后, 凝聚华商,提高竞争力,开拓商机,迈向全球.

愿景 ( VISION )

  • 成为一个专业管理的模范商会

使命 ( MISSION )

  • 凝聚华商,推广科技,大胆创新,提高竞争力
  • 领导华商,开拓国内及环球商机
  • 坚持良好价值观,承担社会责任,建立一个和谐文明社会

目标 ( OBJECTIVES )

  • 以专业管理提高商会效率,达致经济自供自足
  • 促进华商合作,维护及争取华商共同权益
  • 传达政府政策及向政府反映华商建议
  • 提升华商资讯工艺的应用,提倡网上交易
  • 主办人力培训课程及讲座会,提高华商科技水准及竞争力
  • 通过网站及各媒体,迅速传达给华商国内外企业及经济活动资讯
  • 联系国内外商会团体,建立跨州跨国活动及资讯平台, 为华商开拓海内外市场
  • 灌输良好价值观,推展文化教育,促进社会福利
  • 配合马来西亚中华总商会进行各项活动

Klang Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCCI) was founded on 28 May 1946. It was temporary housed at the Klang Sultan Rubber Association and was relocated to 2nd floor, Jalan Tengku Kelana , and later moved to its own premises at Taman Petaling Klang in December 1993. Following the Annual General Meeting held in 2001, the Chamber purchased a 2 ½ storey shop house at 42A Lebuh Enggang and relocated its office to the new premises on 15th August 2003.

Membership of the Chamber comprises commercial and industrial organisations mainly from the small and medium enterprise sectors, encompassing a wide range of activities, such as agriculture, construction, information, manufacturing, services, and trading. Membership of the Chamber is opened to business organisations in which Malaysian Chinese hold at least 51 % equities, business and commercial associations and bodies, and individuals. Representatives of business organisations and associations must be Malaysian Chinese. Membership consists of Ordinary Members and Life Members.

The KCCCI ‘s objective as provided in the Constitution are as follows:

01To promote better co-operation and closer link among the local Chinese business community and collectively safeguard and strive for their rights and interest in commerce, industries, primary industry and other economic fields and to convey government policies to the Chinese business community.

02To study, formulate and reflect to the authorities the views of the members towards national economic issues, to participate proactively in government policy formulation and to put up proposals to the authorities concerned for better understanding and co-operation between the Chinese business community and the local authorities, the central government or other statutory bodies so as to enhance development of national economy and to strengthen unity of the people.

03To communicate with other Chambers of Commerce and Industry or economic organizations inside or outside the country; to sponsor or participate in economic seminars, trade missions, trade exhibitions and other activities aimed at promoting economic co-operation.

04To promote and upgrade the use of information and communication technology of the Chinese business community, to encourage participation in e-commerce and to cultivate better business networking to promote the business of the Chinese business community.

05To assist the Chinese business community to exploit opportunities in the overseas market as well as to enhance participation in international commerce.

06To sponsor or render assistance to corporate projects beneficial to the national economy and to conduct manpower-training schemes or courses.

07To collect, compile and disseminate information pertaining to industrial, commercial and other economic activities.

08To promote social welfare, cultural and educational works.

09To raise the efficiency of the Chamber, and to ensure that the Chamber becomes self-sufficient financially.

10To be proactively involved with the activities organized by the Associated Chinese Chambers Of Commerce and Industry Of Malaysia.

The past and present Presidents of the Chamber are as follows:

1. Mr. Ching Choon Sween
2. Mr. Lee Kim Tian
3. Dato’ Lee Eng Teh
4. Mr. Yeoh Joo Chuan
5. Mr. Tan Kai Hee
6. Mr. Datuk Ter Leong Yap
7. Dr Leong Kai Hin
8. Tan Sri Dato' Lim Kuang Sia


In 1947, the Chamber led the way in responding to the call by the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) by becoming a constituent member of ACCCIM. Today, the Chamber is one of the 17 constituent members of ACCCIM.

Apart from its role as a co-coordinator among the local Chinese business and commercial community, the Chamber also carries out organizational reforms in tandem with the prevailing governmental policies and business environment and the needs of times with a view to achieving the following:

1. Unifying the resources of the Chinese business community to create more business opportunities;
2. Creating a highly efficient Chamber;
3. Creating a financially independent and self-sustaining Chamber;

The Chamber is also mindful of its social responsibility. In this respect, it has set-up an Education Fund in 2003 to provide financial assistance to needy and deserving students in their studies.

In 2004 the Chamber became the first chamber of commerce to be awarded the coveted ISO9001:2000 quality management certification. In October 2004, the Chamber formed the Klang Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Youth Section, or Youth Chinese Entrepreneurs. The section aims to attract the new generation to join the rank of the Chinese business community and to realise the established objectives of the Chamber more effectively. It also aims to nurture the younger generation as successful, brilliant business entrepreneurs. In 2009, the chamber formed the Women entrepreneur section to encourage more women to participate in business.

Taking cognizance of the shift in the social-economic paradigm, the Chamber will continue to work together with its members so as to become a highly efficient and financially independent Chamber and to unite resources of Chinese entrepreneurs to explore more business opportunities and to go global.

VISION

  • To become a professionally managed and exemplary Chamber of Commerce.

MISSION

  • To unite the Chinese business community, promote science and technology and innovation to uplift competitiveness.
  • To lead the Chinese business community in exploring opportunities in the country and in overseas.
  • To uphold noble values and be socially responsible so as to create a harmonious and civic society.

OBJECTIVES

  • To improve productivity by professional management and achieve economic self-reliance.
  • To promote collaboration among the Chinese business community so as to safeguard and secure common interest and rights.
  • To communicate government policies and feedbacks by the Chinese business community to the government.
  • To enhance the application of Information Technology and E-Commerce among the Chinese business community.
  • To organise human resource training programmes and seminars so as to uplift the technological standard and competitiveness of the Chinese business community.
  • To promptly disseminate local and international economic information to the Chinese business community through the internet and other media.
  • To liaise with local and international business organisations, to build a platform for inter-states and international activities and information exchange, so as to enable the Chinese business community to explore local and foreign markets.
  • To inculcate sound values and promote culture and education to promote sound social well-being.
  • To be proactively involved with the activities organized by the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce & Industry of Malaysia.