Mydin

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MYDIN Mydin was founded in 1918 by Mr. Gulam Husen Jamal father to Mr. Mydin. Their shop in Penang was burnt down to the ground during the World War II and they lost everything. But strong determination, perseverance and faith has made one his children, namely Mr. Mydin Mohamed, to continue the trades of wholesaling. In 1957, he opened his first shop which was a small wooden shop named Syarikat Mydin Mohamed in Jalan Tok Hakim, Kota Bharu, Kelantan by selling toys and also general merchandise with his own hard –earned money. With the help of his immediate sons, the business spreads its operations to Kuala Terengganu in 1979 and later made their presences in Klang Valley at Jalan Masjid India in 1989. From then on Mydin has grown steadily at a commendable pace. With its vision to be the world’s leading distributor of competitive Halal goods and services in Malaysia, it is known as MYDIN MOHAMED HOLDINGS BHD. As of May 2012, there are 94 outlets nationwide which include seven hypermarkets, 18 emporiums, three bazaars, 52 mini – marts that operate as My Mydin, nine convenience stores that operates as My Mart and six franchise outlets operating as Mydin Mart.

MYDIN VISION Mydin is the world’s leading distributor of competitive “Halal” goods and services. MYDIN MISSION We aim to be the leading wholesale and retail company by providing the best value, wide assortment of goods and continuous excellence based on our business formula. MYDIN SLOGAN “WHY PAY MORE, BUT AT WHOLESALE PRICES” RANGE OF PRODUCTS *Grocery - food and health & beauty *Fresh - ready to eat and produce (meat & poultry; seafood, fruits & vege; and chilled & frozen) *Hardline - do it yourself, household, electrical, stationery, general…...

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