Sin Kwang Optical Milestones

2016

2016

  • Officially become sole distributor of Kering in Malaysia and as an agent of Kering in Singapore.
  • Started subsidiary company in Malaysia - SKK Optical (M) Sdn Bhd
2013

2013

  • Collaborate with Derigo as distributor for Police, Furla, Escada and Lanvin
2010

2010

  • Partnered with Legacie as exclusive distributor for David Yurman, Judith Leiber and Kata for Singapore, Malaysia & Indonesia
2000

2000

  • Established joint venture between Mirarian and Luxottica group resulting in additional brands
  • Appointed lenses distributor by TOG-Excelite lenses (2005)
  • For the first time, obtained licensee rights to produce for Braun B├╝ffel (2006)
  • Exclusive distributor for Puma & Lacoste for Singapore, Malaysia & Indonesia.
1990

1990

  • Setup subsidiary - MIRARIAN Marketing Pte Ltd
  • Revolutionalized the optical industry from prescriptive to fashion eyewear through successful marketing of "Armani"
  • Growth of LUXOTTICA and Charmant enabled our group's brand portfolio to grow from 5 to more than 20.
  • Appointed as distributor for key brands; Esprit & Hugo Boss (by Charmant) as well as Giorgio Armani & Emporio Armani (by Luxottica).
1980

1980

  • Appointed as distributor for Charmant prodoucts from Japan
  • Appointed as distributor for Ray Ban (1983)
  • "Starlite" transformed into "Americania" and continued its success (1988)
  • Started OEM brand - "Jean Pucci" (1988)
1970

1970

  • Appointed as distributor for LUXOTTICA from Italy and Nigura from Germany
  • First in Singapore to bring in CR39 lenses from SOLA
  • Started subsidiaries in Malaysia
    • Wholesale - SIN KWANG (M) SDN BHD
    • Lenses lab - SIMA OPTICAL (M) SDN BHD
1960

1960

  • Set up plastic frames factory, Signet Optical Industry, in Singapore (1964)
  • Started first OEM brand name, Starlite, designed by GP Lee.
  • Obtained first distributorship for lenses from BAO.
1950

1950

  • Distribute OEM (original equipment manufacturing) eyewear products from Hong Kong.
  • Appointed as distributor of Rodenstock, a German eyewear company (1958)