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Sam Goi Net Worth 2024: Companies, Family

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What is Sam Goi net worth 2024?

Net Worth$2.5 billion
NameSam Goi Seng Hui 
Date of birth26 April 1949
Occupationbusinessman
NationalitySingaporean

As of 2024, Sam Goi net worth is valued at $2.5 making him one of the richest men in Singapore. Sam Goi Seng Hui is a Singaporean businessman who is also known as Singapore’s “Popiah King”. 

Son of a Fujian farmer, Sam Goi owns Tee Yih Jia Food Manufacturing, the world’s largest maker of popiah skins, which are used for spring rolls.

Sam Goi Net Worth and Biography

He is the chairman of Tee Yih Jia, a food manufacturing company, well known for selling spring roll pastry, or locally known as “popiah” skins.

Sam Goi Seng Hui  is a Singaporean businessman who is also known as Singapore’s “Popiah King”. He is the chairman of Tee Yih Jia, a food manufacturing company, well known for selling spring roll pastry, or locally known as “popiah” skins.

In 2008, he was the largest single shareholder in Super Coffeemix. In 2014, he won the 2013 Businessman of the Year award at the Singapore Business Awards which were organised by local financial newspaper, The Business Times, and DHL Express.

Goi has four children. His youngest son, Ben Goi, served as chief operating officer of Tee Yih Jia until his death in 2019 from a stroke.

Goi is a controlling shareholder in GSH Corporation, with a 59.82 per cent stake. The firm manages two balmy Malaysian resorts which include two five-star hotels and a 104-berth marina. GSH is developing a number of other properties in China and Malaysia, including Coral Bay, a luxury condominium project in Sabah.

Sam Goi Net Worth

  • Goi dropped out of school to work in his father’s grocery store then got into frozen foods when he bought a struggling food unit.
  • He also has real estate interests through his stakes in listed firms GSH and KOP.
  • In April 2021, he became chairman of Singapore-based consumer goods firm Hanwell Industries after a boardroom tussle. Hanwell is now PSC Corp.
  • Goi is Singapore’s non-resident ambassador to Brazil.

What does Sam Goi do?

Sam Goi holds the position of executive chairman at both GSH Corporation, a property developer, and Tee Yih Jia, a prominent food manufacturing company renowned as the world’s leading producer of popiah (spring-roll) skins.

Appropriately dubbed Singapore’s “popiah king,” Goi purchased the business in 1977 and has since transformed it into a company that distributes an extensive selection of frozen convenience foods to markets across Asia-Pacific, the US, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East.

Goi has stakes in half a dozen listed companies, including Serial System, JB Foods, Envictus International. He is a director at GSH, JB Foods, as well as in Tat Seng Packaging Group and Tung Lok Restaurants.

Source: Glusea

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