Singapore: TEHC International Pte Ltd, one of the largest landscape contractors in the region, has joined the Asian Golf Industry Federation (AGIF).
The company was founded by Toh Eng Hock in 1971 as a landscape sub-contractor providing horticultural services. Under the guidance of one of his successors, his eldest son, Dick Toh, TEHC ventured into golf course businesses in 1994.
The Singapore-based company has gone on to build its brand as a trusted partner in the golf course industry with a reputation for craftsmanship, modern technology and employee development.
Since expanding into the design, construction, remodelling, upgrading and maintenance of golf courses, TEHC has established itself as a major player in the Southeast Asian golfing industry, while maintaining its reputable status in the landscape industry.
“As the cornerstone of our company’s activities, we have gained extensive experience in all aspects of large-scale landscaping projects with government agencies, statutory boards, institution, commercial and residential properties,” said Dick Toh, the company’s Managing Director.
He added: “We have had the opportunity to see and work on countless jobs related to how environmental nature should be designed and implemented, to create an interaction between mother earth and nature.
“We carry out our work according to the most exacting of standards and we do our part to ensure that all TEHC International projects comply with applicable legal and other requirements, particularly in the areas of quality, environmental and safety. There can be no compromises of any kind in our work ethic.
“We are honoured to sign up as a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation and look forward to exploring how we can continue to contribute to the golf industry.”
Eric Lynge, the AGIF’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “For more than quarter of a century, Dick Toh and TEHC International have been at the cutting edge of the golf course industry in Southeast Asia. We are delighted to welcome them to the Federation.”