Malaysian tile group acquires Amber Tiles

Amber Tiles

By Alice Richard
Monday, 10 October, 2016

Amber Tiles has been acquired by Kim Hin Industry (KHI), one of Malaysia’s largest integrated tile manufacturers. KHI also owns Johnson Tiles, which has operated in Australia for more than 50 years in the domestic and commercial markets.

Johnson Tiles’ global presence is expected to add international group research and buying strength to Amber’s offering.

“This latest acquisition will help grow Amber’s retain presence in Australia and expand the business significantly,” said Kim Hin Managing Director John Chua.

“The iconic brand also represents a unique opportunity for KHI to enter the NSW tile and paving sector, expanding and strengthening its presence in Australia.”

Amber Group Australia has been trading since 1973, with a current network of 27 stores in NSW, ACT and Queensland, and a distribution centre in Blacktown. Johnson Tiles has showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

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