One of Nepal’s largest business house

Ambe Group, one of the largest conglomerates in Nepal, was established in the year 1982. With the initial inception comprising of importing electronics and garments from Hong Kong and Singapore, the group gradually made its way up and by the year 1985, had grown into one of the largest trading firms in Nepal.

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Honarary Consul of Lithuania for Nepal

Mr. Shovakar Neupane was appointed the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Lithuania for Nepal on April 3rd 2017. The reception conferring honours was held on May 16 at Soaltee Hotel. The event was graced by Foreign Minister Ram Sharan Mahat alongside dignitaries and ambassadors of various countries. Lithuanian Ambassador to New Delhi Laimonas Talat Kelpsa and his team from Delhi were present at the event. The office of the consulate will be in the 6th floor of Ambe Complex in Teku.

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Our Values

Honest and Persistent

Honest and Persistent

Employees can tell you a lot about an organization. We have a reputation of retaining and giving the best to those who match our core values. Sincere and honest employees who believe in Ambe group are our strength and valuable assets.
Flexible

Flexible

We believe in lean management which enables us to provide remarkable value to our customers. Our flexible environment reduces the distance between the Managing Director and the lowest level of our employees and makes us very responsive and quick to implement change
To grow, expand, serve

To grow, expand, serve

We want to do more, grow bigger, work harder. It’s this philosophy that has got us to where we are and we are not letting it go!

 

Ambe Group Journey

Vision

We aspire to be an exceptional organization, touching the lives of innumerable people across the globe. With our work, we hope to inspire Nepali people to believe that they too can achieve great things with hard work and honesty.

We are proud yet humbled to be one of the very few Nepalese corporations that has reached this height of success! This motivates us to take ourselves to the rest of the world.

Mission

To provide excellent products to people living in Nepal and gradually to the rest of the world.

History

Ambe Group, one of the largest conglomerates in Nepal, was established in the year 1982. With the initial inception comprising of importing electronics and garments from Hong Kong and Singapore, the group gradually made its way up and by the year 1985, had grown into one of the largest trading firms in Nepal.

In 2004, the group established its first manufacturing unit - Ambe Cement. Since then, the group has expanded into Banking, Real Estate, Property Development, International Trade, Noodles and Steel Industries.
The Group has a total of 10 subsidiary companies and over 2000 employees, with a total turnover of over $100 million per year (NRS. 1000 Crore). All subsidiaries within Ambe Group are Private Limited (Pvt. Ltd.) companies.

Why Us/Our Strength

33 years into the business, our main strength is our immense trading and manufacturing involvement. We have worked from scratch and have a thorough experience.  Having worked at the grassroots level, we know our customers in and out and are in direct contact with them. Our lean management system makes us efficient, effective and enables us to provide complete value to our customers.

Some of our products like noodles, steel, and cement, reach every corner of the country and provide us with a strong distribution network.

Emerson said, ‘An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man.’ If this is the case, Ambe Group is synonymous with Hari Neupane

Shovakar (Hari) Neupane (15 September 1958 – present) is the founder/ chairman/ Managing Director of Ambe Group. Neupane is highly reputed to have established himself as an industrialist in a country where Nepali people of his ethnicity rarely venture into big business. Hari Neupane is foremost amongst self-made Nepali industrialists of his generation.

Born on September 15, 1958, Hari Neupane is the oldest of 6 siblings. His father, Lilaram Neupane, left Nepal for Burma in search of better business opportunities, and established a milk processing shop in Lassio, Burma. After Burma came under military rule, the government decided to implement socialist economic policies prompting Lilaram Neupane to return to Nepal and settle his family near Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha. He opened a wholesale garment store there.

In 1982, as a 23 year old with big dreams, Hari Neupane borrowed $5000 (NRs. 5 lakh) from his father and established a trading firm in Kathmandu while completing his BBA from Tribhuvan University. He had decided not to spend his life in a wholesale garment store in Bhairahawa.

For the next 22 years of his life, he established Ambe Group as a large trading firm importing electronics, garments and computer parts from Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Dubai and Bangkok.

In 2004, he established Ambe Cement. Under his leadership, Ambe Group went on to establish Ambe Complex (a commercial building in Teku, Kathmandu), Ambe Residency, Metro Apartment (Housing Development), a noodles factory (Smart Food and Snacks Pvt. Ltd.), Shiwani Complex (a commercial building in Bhairahawa), Siddhi Mobiles Pvt. Ltd. (sole distributor of Mtech mobile phones in Nepal), Ambe Mobiles Pvt. Ltd. (sole distributor of LAVA mobile phones in Nepal) and Ambe Steels Pvt. Ltd. (Nepal’s second largest steel company). 

In 2011, Neupane along with other industrialists founded Commerz and Trust Bank Nepal Pvt. Ltd., a class ‘A’ commercial bank. Neupane was the Chairman of Commerz and Trust Bank from 2012-2014, when he merged it with Global IME bank.  He is a promoter of Global IME Bank.

Neupane is also the Chairman of Lilaram Kuntidevi Pratisthan, a non- profit organization that rewards eminent personalities in Nepal with $50,000 (NRs. 50 lakh) every year. The organization is named after Neupane’s father, Lilaram Neupane, an eminent philanthropist, who was also awarded the Gorkha Dakshin Babu (honorary title given by the king) in 2002.

Neupane was married in June 19, 1987 to Laxmi Kharel Neupane. They have two children.