|2018||Appointed sales and service partner of 2G Energietechnik GmbH|
|2015||Opening of Iskandar plant, Malaysia’s largest diesel genset plant and test site.||2010||Established Laser Cladding Singapore in a joint venture with Yanmar, Gall & Seitz Systems and Nippon Diesel Service.|
|2002||Appointed as sole distributor of Kress-elektrik GmbH & Co (West Germany), for distributing and servicing of Electric Power Tools for Malaysia and Singapore.|
|2001||Appointed as sole distributor of ACO Polycrete Pty Ltd (Australia) for distributing Polymer Concrete Drainage products in Singapore.|
|1998||Acquisition of 50% shares in Ocean Assets Pte Ltd, which owns 1 unit 90M 3500 DWT Product Tankers ‘Panoil 8’.|
|1997||– Obtained ISO Certification by ABS – Singapore – Obtained ISO Certification by SIRIM – Malaysia|
Incorporated a joint venture company, FG Longwin International Enterprises Co Ltd in Taipei to market and distribute FG Wilson generators in Taiwan.
Ranked 12th position in Enterprises 50, an award in recognition of the top 50 most enterprising privately held local companies in Singapore.
Appointed sole distributor for KIA motorcars in Singapore.
Incorporated CLLS (Yangon) Ltd to market gensets in Myanmar.
Appointed sole distributor in Singapore for Hyundai Construction Equipment Division – Hyundai Heavy Industries.
Established a joint venture company Ocean Sun Pte Ltd to own and operate a feeder container vessel of 811 TEU for charter hire.
|1995||Establishment of Atlas Copco – CLLS Tools Ltd (ACCT) a partnership with Atlas Copco Elektrowerkzeuge GmbH and Hondaraya Enterprises Ltd (HK) to distribute AEG and Atlas Copco electric power tools for China, Hong Kong and Macau.|
|1994||Establishment of Chong Lee Leong Seng Co (China) Ltd a partnership with Hondaraya Enterprises Ltd (HK) to market and distribute Tropic Power diesel powered generators for China, Hong Kong and Macau. Asiatic Navigation(Unit V) Pte Ltd acquired a container of 445 TEU for charter hire.|
|1992||Appointed as sole distributor of Atlas Copco Elektrowerkzeuge products (AEG Electric Power Tools) for Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.|
CLLS adopted new articles and changed its status from a private limited company to a public unlisted company.
Establishment of CLLS Power System Ltd, the CLLS arm responsible for providing the full spectrum of services to supply, design, assemble, deliver, install, test, commission and maintain diesel generator sets.
Achieved ISO certification, a testament to our efficiency and quality. We also attained better documentation control during the process.
Implemented the computerization system and SAP for logistics, administration and sales.
Developed the in-house brand, Tropic.
Widened our footprints by expanding into new markets in China, Taiwan and Philippines.
|1986||Acquisition of Asiatic Navigation (Unit V) Pte Ltd to jointly procure two high-speed crew change vessels with CW Marine for charter hire.|
|1984||Acquisition of 70% shares in United Machinery Services Pte Ltd, which is dealing with new and used construction machinery.|
|1983||Appointed as sole agent for Flonic Schlumberger water meters in Singapore.|
|1982||Dinamika Pte Ltd (Singapore) renamed Dynamic Machine Co Pte Ltd.|
|1978||Appointed as sole agent for Stanton & Staveley in Singapore. Started cooperation with P.T. Marin Power Sentosa in Jakarta to market Yanmar marine diesel engines in Indonesia.|
|1977||Incoporation of subsidiary Dinamika Pte Ltd in Singapore.|
|1976||Started cooperation with P.T. Dinamika Setya Mesin in Jakarta to market Robin products in Indonesia.|
|1973||Initiated cooperation with P.T. Jati Wadja in Medan for the marketing of Yanmar & Robin products in Sumatra and Indonesia. Appointment of sole agency by: Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd(Japan) – Fuji Engines and Mitsui & Co(Japan) – Robin engines, for the Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia markets.|
|1972||Incorporation of Yasindo Pte Ltd, a joint venture with P.T. Pioneer Trading Co Ltd of Indonesia and Yanmar Diesel Engine Co Ltd, Japan. The main function of Yasindo is to export marine diesel engines to Indonesia.|
|1970||Development of export market was initiated with the establishment of a sales network throughout Indonesia.|
|1969||Incorporation of Chong Lee Leong Seng Enterprises (M) Sdn Bhd in Kuala Lumpur, West Malaysia.|
|1966||Representation of Denyo Co Ltd(Japan) was formally concluded for the distribution of generators and diesel engine welders.|
|1960||Establishment of sales office in Kuala Lumpur for Yanmar products.|
|1959||Chong Lee Co Ltd and Chop Leong Seng formed a joint venture company, Chong Lee Leong Seng Co(Pte) Ltd (CLLS) to distribute Yanmar diesel engines and related products in Singapore and Malaysia.|