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CYFRO ASSOCIATES SDN BHD - YOUR PARTNER IN MALAYSIA SINCE 2004
CYFRO ASSOCIATES SDN BHD (MALAYSIAN CO. NO. 66588-H  EST. 14 SEPTEMBER 2004)
3A-4-139 KOMPLEKS BUKIT JAMBUL, BAYAN LEPAS 11900 PULAU PINANG, MALAYSIA
Copyright ©2004- CYFRO ASSOCIATES S/B
& CYBERICA LTD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
CyberFrontier Asc. P/L
SINGAPORE
eCommerce & Software

CyberFrontier Corp.
UNITED STATES
Management Consulting

Cyberica Property Corp
UNITED STATES
Property Holdings

Gold Creek Farms S/B
MALAYSIA
Agriculture & Foods

eManor S/B
MALAYSIA
Premium Managed Servers

Cyberica.NET Ltd.
BELIZE
Budget Hosting & Domains
Welcome to CyberFrontier.NET the website of CyFro Associates S/B from Penang Island, in beautiful Malaysia.
CyFro Associates S/B was originally established to provide backoffice services for other ventures of the CyberFrontier Group and also functioned as incubator and test bed for new concepts and services.
Some of these ventures were then made into independent subsidary companies in Malaysia and abroad.

Hosting services are now being provided by Cyberica.NET Ltd. and premium server management is available through eManor S.B. E-commerce and all other related services are now being provided through CyberFrontier Associates Pte Ltd in Singapore.

Today CyFro Associates Sdn Bhd is a property and holding company which focuses on property investments and management. The company itself does no longer provide any services to the public.

•  To find out more about our coporate background and history, visit the ABOUT US page
•  To learn about some of the other ventures in the group, please click SERVICES
•  Before visiting our offices, please CONTACT US to make an appointment first.
CyFro Associates provides the following services
A brief outline of the corporate history of CyFro Associates Sdn Bhd
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The first bridge linking Penang Island to mainland Malaysia, was the longest bridge in Southeast Asia for many years, but will be dwarfed by the Second Penang Bridge in 2013