Commenced core business in Toshiba lifts and escalators with 10 staff members in 600 sq. ft. office space.
Headquarters located at Star House, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.
Opened Singapore office.
Started Air Conditioning business.
Headquarters moved to Hang Lung Centre, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Opened Macau office.
Started computer business and appointed as distributor of NEC computer products.
Headquarters moved to East Sun Industrial Centre, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong.
Started Construction business.
Started Office Automation (OA) business and appointed as distributor of Toshiba OA equipment.
Headquarters moved to 45 Chatham Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.
Started Aluminium Engineering business.
Started Environmental Engineering business.
Started Building Supplies and Industrial Equipment business.
Chevalier (HK) Limited, a former holding vehicle of the Group, listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Participated in the Housing Authority's "Private Sector Participation Scheme (PSPS)" for the first time - Chevalier Garden in Ma On Shan.
Opened office in Shanghai, which is its first representative office in China.
Headquarters building at 45 Chatham Road, Tsim Sha Tsui renamed as Chevalier House.
Started Electrical and Mechanical Engineering business.
Started Automobile Dealership business and set up its office in Canada.
Opened office in Guangzhou, China.
Chevalier (OA) Holdings Limited spun off from Chevalier (HK) Limited and separately listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Opened Chevalier Engineering Service Centre in Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, with a total space of 180,000 sq. ft. and used exclusively by the Group.
Opened Thailand office.
Chevalier International Holdings Limited replaced the listing of Chevalier (HK) Limited on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, whereas Chevalier (OA) International Limited replaced the listing of Chevalier (OA) Holdings Limited.
Started Finance Service business.
Launched Paging Services and opened the first "Chevalier Shop".
Opened USA office and started food products' distributorship and wholesale businesses.
Opened office in Beijing, China.
Chevalier Development International Limited spun off from Chevalier International Holdings Limited and separately listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Acquired Chevalier Warehouse Building in Fanling, Hong Kong, with a total floor space of 110,000 sq. ft. and used exclusively by the Group.
Started Civil Engineering business.
Headquarters moved to Chevalier Commercial Centre, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong.
Sponsored the Lunar New Year Fireworks Display at the Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong.
Chevalier Singapore Holdings Limited listed on Mainboard of the Stock Exchange of Singapore.
Opened office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
25th Anniversary celebration of the Chevalier Group.
Opened Rosedale Garden Suite Hotel in Vancouver, Canada.
Launched Internet Service.
Started Travel Agency business.
Official listing of Chevalier Construction Holdings Limited on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Opened the first chain hotel, Chevalier Hotel - Xinyang in China.
Opened offices in Malaysia and Myanmar.
Sponsored Chevalier Cup Race Day of the Hong Kong Jockey Club for the first time.
Opened Philippines office.
Granted an insurance underwriting license.
Started Pipe Rehabilitation business.
Opened Chevalier Hotel - Jiujiang in China.
Chevalier (OA) International Limited renamed as Chevalier iTech Holdings Limited.
Privatisation of Chevalier Development International Limited by Chevalier International Holdings Limited.
Opened the first Q-Mart Shop in Sheung Shui, Hong Kong.
Opened Japan office.
Completion of Chevalier Place, a commercial and residential project in Shanghai, China.
Sponsored the Lunar New Year Fireworks Display for the second time.
Started Network Solutions business.
Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Chevalier Group.
Chevalier Insurance Co. Ltd. signed Motor Insurance Partnership Agreement with Dah Chong Hong.
The Lift and Escalator division won the 2001 HKMA Quality Award - Certificate of Merit.
Chevalier Hotel - Jiujiang was recognized by the Tourist Board of Jiangxi Province as a four-star hotel.
Brought the advanced German No-Dig pipe rehabilitation technology to Hong Kong.
Opened Chevalier Hotel - Dongguan in Mainland China.
Opened Chevalier Insurance Company Limited's Beijing representative office.
Opened Australia Office.
Purchased an 18-storey godown in Kwai Chung and started Cold Storage and Logistics business.
Opened Chevalier Shop Digital Gallery.
Chevalier (Construction) Co., Ltd. participated in Hong Kong Wetland Park construction work.
Privatization of Chevalier Singapore Holdings Limited by Chevalier International Holdings Limited.
Privatization of Chevalier Construction Holdings Limited by Chevalier International Holdings Limited.
Started Printing business.
Dr Chow Yei Ching, founder of the Chevalier Group, awarded the Gold Bauhinia Star by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Sponsored tennis tournament "Chevalier ATP Champions Tour".
Acquisition of Pacific Coffee and started Food & Beverage business.
Celebration of the 35th Anniversary of the Chevalier Group.
Dr Chow Yei Ching, founder of the Chevalier Group, awarded DHL/ SCMP Hong Kong Business Award 2005 - Owner - Operator Award.
Chevalier Property Management Limited won the 2006 HKMA Quality Award - Bronze Award.
Started Car Dealership business in Chengdu, Mainland China.
Opened Chevalier Insurance Company Limited's Vietnam representative office.
Acquired Igor's Group of Restaurants to develop specialty restaurants and bars business.
Chevalier iTech Holdings Limited disposed of its information technology and related business to Chevalier International Holdings Limited, and renamed as Chevalier Pacific Holdings Limited with a focus on developing Food and Beverage business.
Chevalier Thailand Office celebrated its 20th anniversary.
The Group formed strategic partnership with Toshiba Elevator and Building Systems Corporation to jointly develop the elevator business in Asian market.
The Group acquired 49% beneficial interest in Jinjiang Generation International Hotel to further expand its business in Chengdu, Mainland China.
Chevalier further strengthened its Food and Beverage business through the merger of Cafe Deco Group and Igor's Group.
Celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Chevalier Group.
Purchase of a Cold Storage Godown at No. 8 Kwai Hei Street, Kwai Chung, New Territories and also land and buildings at Nos.29 - 33 Tsing Yi Road, Tsing Yi Island, New Territories.
Acquired 3 senior housing properties in Oregon, United States.
Chevalier Pacific Holdings Limited ceased to be a subsidiary of Chevalier International Holdings Limited after a reorganization.
A jointly controlled entity of the Chevalier Group is granted the rights to develop the site at Chi Kiang Street / Ha Heung Road, To Kwa Wan, namely "City Hub", a redevelopment project of Urban Renewal Authority.
Acquired 18 senior housing properties in North Carolina, United States.
Acquired 2 more senior housing properties in North Carolina, United States.
An associated company of the Group acquired a Farming and Agriculture business in Australia.
Chevalier disposed its remaining 20% equity interest in the Pacific Coffee Group to China Resources Enterprise, Limited.
Disposed of Chevalier Engineering Service Centre at 21 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay.
Completion of Phase 1 of Chevalier City in Changchun, Mainland China.
Celebration of the 45th Anniversary of the Chevalier Group.
The Group kicked off a senior housing project in Hong Kong.
The associate “Qi Yang Group” which engaged in Car Dealership business, became the subsidiary of the Group.
Acquired 2 senior housing properties in Michigan, the United States.
Chevalier expanded the Group’s investment portfolio in the United States from senior housing to medical and healthcare related properties.