Global Compact Network Singapore

Case Studies Small and Medium Enterprises

Case study: Han's (F&B) Pte Ltd

logoFrom its humble beginnings as a small family-run bakery, Han’s (F&B) has expanded over the years to become one of Singapore’s leading small-medium enterprise (SME). Since its inception, Han’s always emphasise “Success from the Heart” in all its business practices. Building on this, Mr Han Choon Fook, eldest of seven siblings in the Han family and Managing Director of Han’s, hopes to forge a caring and inclusive work culture and provide equal employment opportunities for all.

Read more: Case study: Han's (F&B) Pte Ltd

Case Study: Jason Marine Group Limited

Jason Marine CMYK Logo - Final Artwork in JPEG FormatSingapore prides to be a leading maritime centre with world-class seaports and facilities. The shipping and energy extraction sector has been one of the fastest growing industries that contribute significantly to the country’s GDP growth. As much as the marine industry is highly lucrative for companies specializing in oil and gas extraction, few companies have detailed plans on sustainability practices. Jason Marine Group is one leading industrial player that has been pursuing Corporate Sustainability (CS) since its founding in 1976

Starting out as a sole proprietorship, Mr Joseph Foo Chew Tuck, Jason Marine’s current Executive Chairman, has developed and expanded the company to a MNC that focuses on two main areas- marine and energy business industries. The company is deeply connected with its mission of ‘developing people and delighting customers’, tasking themselves to be a respected global citizen that gives back to society.

Read more: Case Study: Jason Marine Group Limited

Case Study: FoodXervices Inc

CSR1.001  The food service industry in Singapore is increasingly salient with rapid population growth experienced in recent years. Consumers are demanding better food choices and foodservice companies have to keep up with market trends to serve this need.

FoodXervices Inc is one such local foodservice distributor. From its origins as a provision wholesaler in 1937, the company has expanded over three generations to a thriving food service business that caters to a wide range of clientele. Siblings Nichol and Nicholas Ng who took over the family business in 2007 were key drivers of this transformation, enabling the business to develop further.

Together with the business sucession in 2007, FoodXervices Inc restructured the company to keep abreast of times. Even so, the company stayed rooted to its values: taking great care to put a thought in everything it does, from the way customers are served, to how team mates are treated and how business is conducted with partners.

Read more: Case Study: FoodXervices Inc

Which Direction

Singapore Compact