ShweTaung Group is one of the leading corporations in Myanmar. Founded in 1990, its mission is to inspire lives through responsible investment and sustainable development. STG conceives and executes business strategies that align investors' interest with broader environmental, social and economic objectives for the society. The company continues to shape the future of the living and working environments in Myanmar by developing real estate projects and infrastructure developments aiming to transform the lives of the Myanmar people.
STG is one of the country's largest employers with a workforce of more than 6,000 people. As a good corporate citizen, it pursues pro-active social and environmental programs dedicated to enhancing its human capital, protecting the environment, profiting the community and insuring transparent governance and accountability practices.
The company's varied business portfolio that includes Real Estates, Shopping Centers, Constructions, Engineering, Energy, Infrastructure, Cement and Construction Materials, Hotels, Entertainment, Trading & Investment have continuously been supportive of National development for more than two decades.
A case in point is STG's collaborative venture with the Ministry of Electric Power to complete the Yeywa Hydropower project, which has alleviated power shortages in many parts of Myanmar. It seeks for better ways to bring recreation and enjoyment to everyone through cinema, shopping centers and Radio Station which continue to reach out to people from all walks of life.
Maximizing the skills of its manpower, the company has constructed immense projects including Central Bank of Myanmar and the longest river bridge also known as Pakoku.
In line with the country's aim to uplift the livelihood of the people and contribute to the nation's growing economy, STG's operations have always been strongly compassionate in the area of cultivating human resources and social responsibilities. To further enhance the road transportation and tourism industry, the Hledan Junction Road Flyover has been completed in 2013, significantly smothering the traffic in Yangon and better connecting the different parts of the cities. The company has also recently completed the Ruby Hall in Nay Pyi Taw, a 60,000sqm venue welcoming the Asian Summit 2014 hosted in Myanmar for the first time.
In 2012, the Corporation successfully secured a 200,000sqm mixed development projects, Junction City, located in prime central location. The development is currently under construction.
Thanks to its expertise and its trustworthiness, ShweTaung Group of Companies is a reliable partner for foreign entrepreneurs. Its understanding of both the local market and international firms' needs has allowed to company to build successful partnerships. Our business partners count notably Tokyu Construction (Japan), K-Water (Korea), Tiong Seng (Singapore), and Pan Pacific Hotels (Singapore).
In this moment of unprecedented change for the country, ShweTaung Group is dedicated to embrace new Myanmar, by participating to people lives' enhancement.