Unilever celebrates its long history in Malaysia

uni2.jpgUnilever Malaysia recently launched its first-ever corporate television commercial to mark its long and diverse history.

Unilever has operated in Malaysia since 1947 and is the company behind many of the country's most well-known brands such as Breeze, Lipton, Planta, Lux, Sunsilk, Lifebuoy and Wall's, among others.

"Many Malaysians have grown up with Unilever products in their lives, without even realizing it. After more than 65 years of producing and marketing our food, personal care and household brands in this country, we felt the time was right for the Unilever brand to come to the fore.

uni1.jpgWe're honoured to have the loyalty and support of so many Malaysian consumers. We're committed to delivering the best possible products - not just today, but also for generations to come," said Unilever Malaysia Marketing Director, Herry Budiazhari.

The television commercial was conceived, scripted and produced for Unilever Malaysia by ISC Innovators. The spot tells the story of a curious, playful girl as she grows up, with Unilever products serving as the background to her adventures.


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