Uni-President Enterprises Corporation

Uni-President Enterprises Corporation (Chinese: 統一企業公司; pinyin: Tǒngyī Qǐyè Gōngsī; Wade–Giles: T'ung-i Chi-yeh) is an international food conglomerate based in Tainan, Taiwan. It is the largest food production company in Taiwan as well as Asia,[citation needed] and has a significant market share in dairy products, foods and snacks, and beverages. Through its subsidiary company President Chain Store Corporation [zh], it is also responsible for running Starbucks, 7-Eleven, Mister Donut, Carrefour and Muji in Taiwan. In addition, Uni-President has subsidiaries in Mainland China, Vietnam, South Korea, United States, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.[1]

Uni-President Enterprises Corporation
Company typePublic
TWSE: 1216
IndustryFood production
Founded1967; 57 years ago (1967)
FounderKao Ching-yuen
ProductsDairy products
Snack foods
Instant noodles
RevenueIncrease NT$456 billion (2013)
Number of employees
188,931 (Worldwide)
SubsidiariesPresident Chain Store (7-Eleven Taiwan)
Dream Mall
Uni-President Enterprises Corporation
Traditional Chinese統一企業公司
Simplified Chinese统一企业公司

Furthermore, Uni-President is the owner of Uni-President Lions, a professional baseball team in Taiwan's Chinese Professional Baseball League.

History edit

In 1967, the “Uni-President Enterprise Co.” was opened in Syuejia, Tainan County. It started with the production of flour and feed. The chairman was Wu Xiuqi, and the general manager was Kao Ching-yuen.[citation needed]

In 1969, Uni-President began preparations for the production of instant noodles and cooperated with Nissin Milling Technology to that end, and subsequently invested and set up factories in Thailand and established dealers in Hong Kong.[citation needed]

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References edit

  1. ^ 統一企業網站 研究發展