In 1991, five brothers in Mandalay partnered to incorporate what had previously been an informal family business of farming machinery. Today Good Brothers’ Company Limited (GBS) is one of Myanmar’s leading agricultural companies. As a full service partner, GBS provides 360° agriculture solutions to its customers which includes equipment and machinery, services, finance, educational training, and commodities processing and trading.
GBS has a total of 27 branches nationwide with several service stations under expansion. In addition, our 500-acre model farm in East Dagon, Yangon serves as a research and development center for creating new products and proprietary knowledge on precision farming. Subsequently, GBS shares this valuable knowledge with Myanmar farmers as part of the company’s longstanding commitment to social and rural development for the country.
The company’s vertically integrated business model with 9 sub-companies allows for convenience and competitive pricing, which benefits customers and communities alike. GBS understands that the key to growth tomorrow lies in helping farmers succeed today.
A trustworthy and reliable market leader providing 360° agriculture solutions to customers and
To be a key partner in the modernization of the agricultural industry in modern Myanmar.
At Good Brothers' Co., Ltd., you will receive branded service you expect from a market leader.
We go the extra mile for our customers.
Our Value Proposition
We are Myanmar’s most vertically integrated agricultural supply and services company that provides 360° agriculture solutions to the country’s agricultural community.
Our integrity and strong commitment to our customers’ growth and satisfaction ensures that all the products and services we provide are of the highest quality.
Our quarter century-long history of partnership with Myanmar’s farmers has made GBS into the country’s most trusted agricultural partner—a trustworthy and reliable partner that truly understands our customers.
- Facilitate effective communication between two parties that do
not speak a similar language by converting one spoken or written
language to another.
- Attend conferences and meetings and act as official translator to mediate discussion.
- Translate foreign languages for clients in prison so they can understand prison officials.
- Relay concepts and ideas between languages.
- Translate spoken communication to sign language for hearing impaired audience.
- Convert written materials from one language into another, such as books, publications, or web pages.
- Create a new text in the target language that reproduces the content and style of the original.
- Edit and proofread text to accurately reflect language.
- Receive and submit assignments electronically.
- Use dictionaries and glossaries for reference.
- Employ computer-assisted translation.
- Facilitate communication for people with limited English proficiency.
- Translate languages at meetings such as attorney-client meetings, preliminary hearings, arraignments, depositions, and trials.
- Interpret both legal terminology and colloquial language.
- Read aloud documents in a language other than that in which they were written.
- Provide language services to healthcare patients with limited English proficiency.
- Translate patient materials and informational brochures issued by hospitals and medical facilities into another language.
- Accompany foreign visitor and facilitate communication between receiving party and visitors.
- Adapt a product or service for use in a different language and culture.