Company Background

The Company’s commitment is to develop, nurture and support the adoption of green technology. Our targets are businesses where there is an opportunity to implement green technology that will lead to financial benefits.

Overview

Allgreentech International PLC is UK incorporated company with operating headquarters in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. The Company is focused on acquiring companies where there is an opportunity to improve the operational and financial performance through the adoption of green technology.

Allgreentech's subsidiary, Acepoint Venture Sdn. Bhd., oversees and manages the business operations of the portfolio companies. To date, the Company's portfolio consists of:

1.  Allgreentech International PLC (UK)

2.  Acepoint Venture Sdn. Bhd.

3.  Malaysian Mega Galvaniser Sdn. Bhd.

4.  Allgreentech Properties Sdn. Bhd.

5.  AGT Industries Sdn. Bhd.

6.  AGT Energy Technologies Sdn. Bhd.

7.  Violed International Pte. Ltd. (Singapore)

 

Green Strategy

Allgreentech acquires companies where implementation of green technology will lead to improvements in operational efficiencies and therefore financial performance. Allgreentech's green efforts are focused on reducing energy consumption and converting wasted energy to more productive usage. It identifies businesses with the potential to generate green power and preserve the environment while using less resources and decreasing costs simultaneously.

Allgreentech is an organisation with a heart for the environment. However the company is not to be confused with other "green" companies. The distinction lies in the simple fact that the Company looks at all businesses and industries through "green glasses" and views their potential for "going green" by utilizing technological breakthroughs and implementing simple changes to their operations and systems.

Navin Sidhu, CEO of Allgreentech, states, "Our objective is to make incremental and positive contributions to our environment in practically any kind of business operation, whether it is manufacturing, services, resources or infrastructure and even existing green projects."