Sein Myint (businessman)

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Prof. Dr. Sein Myint
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BornSeptember 17th 1940
Hteechaink Township, Sagaing Region
  • B.E.(Petroleum)
  • Ph.D.(Moscow)
  • Post Doctorate Research Fellow AvH (Germany)
  • Professor
  • Engineer
  • Businessman
Board member ofSupreme Group of Companies
Spouse(s)Daw Myat Thandar Married July 6 1970
ChildrenU Nyan Khaing Soe

U Zaw Naing Thein

U Ye Win Thein
Parent(s)U Ahein, Daw Kyi

Prof. Dr Sein Myint စိန်မြင့် [sèɪɰ̃ mjɪ̰ɴ]; Engineering professor, founder and Chairman of Supreme Group of Companies.

Early Life and Education

Prof. Dr. Sein Myint was born on September 17th 1940 in Hteechaink Township, Sagaing Region, Myanmar. Prof. Dr. Sein Myint has a doctorate in petroleum engineering from Moscow Petroleum Engineering (1966-1971)[1] He was Head of the Petroleum Engineering Department at the Yangon Technological University, Myanmar’s largest and oldest engineering university, from 1965-1992. Prof. Dr. Sein Myint matriculated a Post Doctorate Research Fellowship at Alexander von Humboldt Foundation located in Germany. (1978-80, 1993-94)

Founder and Chairman of Supreme Group of Companies

Prof. Dr. Sein Myint is the Founder and Chairman of Supreme Group of Companies.[2][3] Supreme Group of Companies was established in November of 1990, originally under the name of Supreme Enterprise Limited. Supreme Enterprise Limited started as an import/export and trading business but expanded. Supreme Group of Companies encompasses multiple sectors: power generation, renewable energy, power transmission, power distribution, environmental and water engineering, steel structures, road and bridges construction, bio-technology and integrated industrial zones development.[4] Supreme Enterprise specializes in construction and infrastructure development and engineering.[5] Supreme BioTech specializes in organic agriculture, providing solutions and products for agriculture challenges.[6] Supreme Trading specializes in engineering, procurement and construction in the power and industrial sector.[7] [8]Supreme Trading is part of Joint Ventures with international partners to Build, Operate and Transfer LNG Power to Myanmar. [9][10] Supreme Water Doctor specializes in environmental and water engineering providing products and services for large scale factories, hospitals, residences and industrial zones. [11] Kobelco Supreme Water Engineering, is a Joint Venture Company formed by well-known water pioneer Supreme Water Doctor Co., Ltd. and one of the leading water & waste water solution providers from Japan, Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co.,Ltd. (KES).[12][13]

Bridging Myanmar

Electrifying Myanmar [16][17]

  • Largest LNG Project in Myanmar 1390 MW Integrated LNG to Power Project in Ayeyarwaddy Region with Huadian, Zhefu[18][19]
  • 135 MW Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Project in Kyaukphyu with Power China[20][21][22]
  • 100 MW Fast Track Rental Power Project in Kyaukse with APR[23]
  • 225 MW Hydro Power Project in Nam Lang Shan State with Power China[24]
  • 830 MW Wind Power Project in 2 Regions with Zhefu

Going Organic

  • First and only commercial composting fertilizer plant in Myanmar with an annual production capacity of 10,000 megatons.[25][26][27]

Treating Myanmar's Water

  • Thilawa Special Economic Zone Waste Treatment Project with Kobelco[28]
  • Grand Royal Whiskey Distillery Wastewater Treatment[29]
  • Nay Pyi Taw Ye Pyar Drinking Water Plant[30]

Honorable Mentions

Prof. Dr. Sein Myint is registered as a Professional Engineer, licensed by the Myanmar Engineering Council (MEC)[31]. He is a Petroleum Evaluator for the Council, and a Patron for its Petroleum Chapter Working Group. [32][33] He has also been part of the Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) since 2005, where he was the President from the year 2002 to 2004 [34][35]. He is now an Advisor and Central Executive Committee Member of MES, in addition to serving as Group Chairman for several committees. Dr. Sein Myint is a Patron of the following organizations: Union of Myanmar Border Areas Development Association (BDA)[36], National Water Resources Committee Advisory Group (AG) for the Myanmar Official Water Portal[37], as well as the Myanmar Basketball Federation (MBF), where he was the Chairman from 1996 to 2006.[38] He is currently an Advisor for the Myanmar Industries Association (MIA)[39], and the Chairman of the Myanmar International Business Promotion Centre[40]. He has also served as a Central Executive Committee member of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI) from 1996 to 2006. Dr. Sein Myint is associated with several international organizations. He is a Founding Member and Fellow of the ASEAN Academy of Engineering & Technology (AAET), having been part of the association since 2004, and he is currently the First Vice President for 2020/2022.[41] Dr Sein Myint collaborated on multiple publications produced by the AAET, including the Burmese language version of “Short Stories on Discoveries, Inventions, Innovation & Creativity”, which was donated to students in elementary schools[42]. He is a Fellow and Honorary Fellow of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organizations (AFEO). He acted as the Chairman in the year 2004, where he led the Organizing Committee for the Conference of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organizations (CAFEO-22) which was held in Yangon, Myanmar the same year.[43] He has also been a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers since 1979. The Professor is a Governing Board Member of the International Science, Technology and Innovation Centre for South South Cooperation (ISTIC) under the Auspices of UNESCO,[44] and was also one of the first appointed members of the ASEAN-Business Advisory Council.[45]


  1. "National research university "MPEI"". Retrieved 2020-12-08.
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  3. "ရွှေတိဂုံစေတီတော်မြတ်ကြီးသို့ ရွှေချိန်စက်လှူဒါန်းပွဲ ပြည်ထောင်စုဝန်ကြီး ဦးခင်မောင်ချို တက်ရောက် ရွှေစင်ရွှေပြားများ ဥတုမရွေး ကြာရှည်ခိုင်မြဲရန် အဆင့်မြင့်နည်းပညာသုံး စက်ရုံငယ်တည်ဆောက်မည်". The Mirror Myanmar. August 13, 2018.
  4. "ကျောက်ဖြူ သဘာဝဓာတ်ငွေ့သုံး လျှပ်စစ်ဓာတ်အားပေးစက်ရုံစီမံကိန်းအတွက် လျှပ်စစ်ဓာတ်အားဝယ်ယူရေး စာချုပ်ချုပ်ဆိုရန် ညှိနှိုင်းဆွေးနွေးမှုများ ပြီးမြောက်ကြောင်း အသိအမှတ်ပြုစာချွန်လွှာ လက်မှတ်ရေးထိုး". Myanmar Alin Newspaper. May 3, 2019.{{cite news}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
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  6. "Agricultural Guide 2019" (PDF). EUROCHAM.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
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  10. ""ကျွန်တော်တို့ကုမ္ပဏီကလုပ်ဆောင်နေတဲ့ မည်သည့်စီမံကိန်းအတွက်ကိုသော်လည်းကောင်း ၊ Supreme ကုမ္ပဏီအတွက်ကိုသော်လည်းကောင်း အဂတိလိုက်စားမှုတိုက်ဖျက်ရေးကော်မရှင်က စစ်ဆေးတာမရှိပါဘူး"". The Voice Journal (in မြန်မာဘာသာ). Retrieved 2020-12-10.
  11. "တစ်နိုင်ငံလုံးရှိ မြို့ရွာနှင့် ကျေးလက်ဒေသနေ ပြည်သူများ ရေကောင်းရေသန့်ရရှိ သုံးစွဲနိုင်ရေး အစီအစဉ်ကောင်းများ လျာထားဆောင်ရွက် - တစ်နိုင်ငံလုံးရှိ မြို့ရွာနှင့် ကျေးလက်ဒေသနေ ပြည်သူများ ရေကောင်းရေသန့်ရရှိ သုံးစွဲနိုင်ရေး အစီအစဉ်ကောင်းများ လျာထားဆောင်ရွက်". (in မြန်မာဘာသာ). Retrieved 2020-12-10.
  12. "Joint venture to carry out water supply and waste project". Mizzima Myanmar News and Insight. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  13. "Headlines - NNA Business News NNA Business News". Retrieved 2020-12-10.
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  15. "Myittha Bridge (Kalewa, 2004)". Structurae. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  16. "Does Myanmar's LNG power plan stack up?". Frontier Myanmar. 2018-02-08. Retrieved 2020-12-10.
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  20. "Kyaukphyu power deal expected 'within weeks': Supreme Group". Frontier Myanmar. 2019-06-13. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  21. "China, Myanmar invest in power project in Kyaukphyu". The Myanmar Times. 2020-01-15. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
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  23. "APR takes up the elephant dance". The Myanmar Times. 2014-06-22. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
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  25. "Organic villages coming". The Myanmar Times. 2010-03-01. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
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  29. "Distilleries under fire over water pollution". Frontier Myanmar. 2017-10-04. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
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