With over 50 years of track record, Pok Brothers Sdn Bhd (“Pok Brothers”) is a household name today and is also one of Malaysia’s leading frozen food and premium food wholesaler.
CORPORATE PROFILE Pok Brothers started as a general store business in Petaling Jaya in 1963 and from this humble beginning, it has successfully transformed itself into one of the leading frozen food companies in Malaysia. As a premium food wholesaler, Pok Brothers imports and distributes food products, both in raw and processed form, with particular emphasis on servicing the hospitality and consumer-based food industry. Its products include frozen/chilled beef and lamb cut, dairy products, seafood, condiments, vegetables, bakery products and cold cuts among many others. Its major clients include the major 5-star hotels, airlines, cruise ships, hyper/supermarkets, bakeries, butcheries, fast-food chains, grocery stores, food processors and other wholesalers. Pok Brothers is the sole distributor of major imported brands like Lamb-Weston, Emmi, Devondale, Dr. Oetker, Pritchitt and other imported brands as well. Pok Brothers is also an appointed importer and distributor of proprietary goods for several American restaurant chains in Malaysia.
Most of Pok Brothers’ supplies are sourced internationally, in particular, from the United States, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Brazil. It operates out of Glenmarie, Shah Alam in Selangor, and has branches in Penang, Johor, Pahang and Langkawi to cover the length and breadth of Peninsular Malaysia. All the facilities have cold room and dry store facilities as well as refrigerated trucks. To meet the rising demand for space from the Food Services Division and accommodate future expansion plans of the Group, Pok Brothers constructed a new warehouse on a plot of land in Selangor Halal Hub, Pulau Indah. Construction of the warehouse was completed in October 2017. This facility will complement the existing warehouse in Glenmarie, which will continue to serve as the central point of distribution in Klang Valley.