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BSP commences operations as BSP Finance Cambodia in a joint venture with RMA Financial Services.
RMA Cambodia appointed authorized distributor for Hako.
EFG Cambodia opens five outlets in the new AEON Mall Sen Sok City, Phnom Penh.
RMA host multiple humanitarian agencies at the first Driver Recognition Program Finals 2018 in Southeast Asia.
Lao Land Rover receives APIO Retailer of the Year Award.
RMA Group in conjunction with Capital Automotive opened the first Ford Assembly Plant in Yangon, Myanmar. Capital Manufacturing Limited produces the Ford Ranger and Ford Everest exclusively for the Myanmar market.
EFG launches Bar B Q Plaza franchise in Cambodia with the first restaurant opening in Aeon Mall, Phnom Penh.
RMA is appointed as Authorized Ford Distributor for Service and Genuine Parts in Indonesia and sets up a network of service centers to provide services, parts, emergency roadside assistance and full warranty repair for Ford vehicles.
RMA delivers the first orders of the Rantis Armored Assault Vehicle to the Indonesian Mobile Brigade Corps.
RMA launches its new vision to be the partner of choice for leading automotive, equipment, services and food brands in Southeast Asia and beyond.
Krispy Kreme becomes the latest addition to the Hospitality Division.
JLG is added to the Infrastructure Division.
RMA reaffirms its expertise in modifications by being appointed as an Approved Converter for Nissan.
RMA Kenya achieves Superbrand status, a prestigious accreditation awarded by the world’s largest independent arbiter of branding.
RMA City Motors opens its flagship Ford and Jaguar Land Rover dealerships on Rama 4 Road, Bangkok.
RMA Group celebrates its 30th anniversary on 17th December.
RMA acquires Minecorp of Australia, one of the world’s leaders in fleet vehicle modification.
RMA purchases Urban Solutions, offering a full array of urban development and revitalization services in housing and urban infrastructure.
EFG adds Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Cambodia to its portfolio, well-known hotels and restaurants in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
The Automotive Division adds Avis car rental to its portfolio in Cambodia and Laos.
RMA Kenya is established and becomes the sole distributor for Jaguar Land Rover in Kenya.
RMA City Motors opens an all-new 3S Ford dealership and service center in Bangkok.
RMA acquires Palms Food International, the long standing food franchisor at Changi Airport, Singapore.
Costa Coffee joins the Hospitality Division.
RMA Myanmar is established in Yangon to provide Automotive, Infrastructure, Engineering and after-sales operations to serve the retail and commercial needs of Myanmar and its people.
Manufacturing operations expand to Turkey with the formation of a modification center in Istanbul.
RMA acquires the Comin Group of Companies in Southeast Asia and adds Engineering Services and Facilities Management to its operations.
Afghan National Security Forces receive their 30,000th vehicle from RMA since the contract was first awarded by the US Army in 2004.
Himoinsa is added to Infrastructure Division.
Guava International expands to cover all Sub-Saharan markets in Africa.
A representative office also opens in China.
RMA’s environmental management systems achieves ISO 14001 certification.
RMA extends its Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) program to the South African and Indonesian facilities.
RMA commences operations in Kazakhstan as Caspian Motors with Ford and Jaguar Land Rover dealerships.
RMA is appointed as the only Approved Vehicle Modifier (AVM) in the commercial sector.
More popular food brands join EFG with the addition of Dairy Queen and BBQ Chicken.
The Infrastructure Division expands with the addition of John Deere, TCM and Mitsubishi Fuso.
RMA wins the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations (UNDPKO) and the Afghanistan Technical Equipment Maintenance Program (ATEMP) contracts.
RMA achieves ISO 9001 certification, a testament to the quality management systems in place.
Manufacturing and, most notably, mine site vehicle capacity expands with a new modification facility in Indonesia (GFSI).
RMA opens a representative office in Turkey to manage contracts for Ford.
RMA purchases Guava International to manage the Jaguar Land Rover dealership network, covering 28 markets worldwide.
RMA’s production capacity increases with the addition of a new manufacturing facility in South Africa. More brands join the Automotive and Infrastructure Divisions including General Motors, Mazda, Tata and JCB.
EFG adds Swensen’s to its portolio.
RMA becomes Ford’s only Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) in Asia Pacific and Africa, providing quality modifications which are supported by the manufacturer’s full vehicle warranty.
RMA establishes Global Armor Thailand (GAT) and adds armored vehicle modifications to its services.
The US Army recognizes the quality of RMA’s work by awarding it the Equipment Maintenance and Apprenticeship Service Program (EMAS) for work completed in Afghanistan.
The Hospitality Division is boosted with the addition of The Pizza Company, and Kohler is added to the Infrastructure Division.
RMA launches the Hospitality division with the formation of Express Food Group in Cambodia.
Ford certifies RMA as a global distributor to the Aid & Development sector in recognition of its expertise in automotive distribution.
RMAA is awarded the US Army TACOM contract for the supply of modified Ford vehicles to the Afghan National Security Forces. The total order will see more than 40,000 modified vehicles delivered to Afghanistan.
RMA’s flagship Assembly and Distribution Center opens in a Free Zone at Thailand’s Deep Sea Port of Laem Chabang, covering a vast area of 90,000m2.
Operations are set up in Central Asia and further expansion follows to five other regions, including the USA.
The Automotive division adds Global Fleet Sales (GFS) to provide fleet solutions to developing markets and the humanitarian aid sector.
Global brands join RMA’s network of operations, including Ford and SDMO.
RMA grows rapidly to encompass four new divisions: Automotive, Power and Construction, Engineering and Trading & Logistics.
RMA is established when specialty chemical producer Rochester Midland expands to Asia and Rochester Midland Asia, with its regional operations based Bangkok, is formed.
As a trading company, business is focused on the Mekong region.