Brief Profile on the Klang Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCCI).
本会将群策群力 ，建立一个高效率№和财务独立的一商会，承先启后，凝聚华商，提高竞争力 ，开拓商机，迈向全球 。
Klang Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCCI) was founded on 28 May 1946. It was temporary housed at the Klang Sultan Rubber Association and was relocated to 2nd floor, Jalan Tengku Kelana , and later moved to its own premises at Taman Petaling Klang in December 1993. Following the Annual General Meeting held in 2001, the Chamber purchased a 2 1/2 storey shop house at 42A Lebuh Enggang and relocated its office to the new premises on 15th August 2003.
Membership of the Chamber comprises commercial and industrial organisations mainly from the small and medium enterprise sectors, encompassing a wide range of activities, such as agriculture, construction, information, manufacturing, services, and trading. Membership of the Chamber is opened to business organisations in which Malaysian Chinese hold at least 51 % equities, business and commercial associations and bodies, and individuals. Representatives of business organisations and associations must be Malaysian Chinese. Membership consists of Ordinary Members and Life Members.
The KCCCI ‘s objective as provided in the Constitution are as follows:
01To promote better co-operation and closer link among the local Chinese business community and collectively safeguard and strive for their rights and interest in commerce, industries, primary industry and other economic fields and to convey government policies to the Chinese business community.
02To study, formulate and reflect to the authorities the views of the members towards national economic issues, to participate proactively in government policy formulation and to put up proposals to the authorities concerned for better understanding and co-operation between the Chinese business community and the local authorities, the central government or other statutory bodies so as to enhance development of national economy and to strengthen unity of the people.
03To communicate with other Chambers of Commerce and Industry or economic organizations inside or outside the country; to sponsor or participate in economic seminars, trade missions, trade exhibitions and other activities aimed at promoting economic co-operation.
04To promote and upgrade the use of information and communication technology of the Chinese business community, to encourage participation in e-commerce and to cultivate better business networking to promote the business of the Chinese business community.
05To assist the Chinese business community to exploit opportunities in the overseas market as well as to enhance participation in international commerce.
06To sponsor or render assistance to corporate projects beneficial to the national economy and to conduct manpower-training schemes or courses.
07To collect, compile and disseminate information pertaining to industrial, commercial and other economic activities.
08To promote social welfare, cultural and educational works.
09To raise the efficiency of the Chamber, and to ensure that the Chamber becomes self-sufficient financially.
10To be proactively involved with the activities organized by the Associated Chinese Chambers Of Commerce and Industry Of Malaysia.
The past and present Presidents of the Chamber are as follows:
1. Mr. Ching Choon Sween
2. Mr. Lee Kim Tian
3. Dato’ Lee Eng Teh
4. Mr. Yeoh Joo Chuan
5. Mr. Tan Kai Hee
6. Tan Sri Datuk Ter Leong Yap
7. Dr Leong Kai Hin
8. Tan Sri Dato' Lim Kuang Sia