IOI CORPORATION BHD

KLSE (MYR): IOICORP (1961)

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Last Price

4.05

Today's Change

0.00 (0.00%)

Day's Change

4.01 - 4.06

Trading Volume

2,856,200

Financial

T4Q

31-Mar-2021

2020

31-Mar-2021

2019

31-Mar-2021

2018

31-Mar-2021

2017

31-Mar-2021

Total assets

238

-1.64%

1000

+11.55%

110

+81.66%

900

-13.16%

600

+235.36%

Total current assets

238

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110

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Cash & equivalents

238

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110

900

600

Short term investments

238

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110

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Total receivables, net

238

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110

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600

Accounts receivable - trade, net

238

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600

Other receivables

238

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Total inventory

238

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Inventories - work in progress

238

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900

600

Inventories - progress payments & other

238

1000

110

900

600

Inventories - finished goods

238

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110

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Inventories - raw materials

238

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Total non-current assets

238

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600

Long term investments

238

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110

900

600

Note receivable - long term

238

1000

110

900

600

Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries

238

1000

110

900

600

Other investments

238

1000

110

900

600

Net property/plant/equipment

238

1000

110

900

600

Gross property/plant/equipment

238

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110

900

600

Accumulated depreciation, total

238

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900

600

Deferred tax assets

238

1000

110

900

600

Net intangible assets

238

1000

110

900

600

Other current assets, total

238

1000

110

900

600

Total liabilities

238

-1.64%

1000

+11.55%

110

+81.66%

900

-13.16%

600

+235.36%

Total current liabilities

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Total non-current liabilities

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Long term debt

238

1000

110

900

600

Long term debt excl. lease liabilities

238

1000

110

900

600

Capital and operating lease obligations

238

1000

110

900

600

Provision for risks & charge

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Deferred tax liabilities

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Other liabilities, total

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Total equity

-238

-1.64%

-1000

+11.55%

-110

+81.66%

-900

-13.16%

-600

+235.36%

Total liabilities & shareholders' equities

238B

1000B

110B

900B

600B

Total debt

238

1000

110

900

600

Book value per share

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Discussions
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calvintaneng

IOI CORP

ALREADY GOT 2.3 BILLIONS CASH HOARD

YET GETTING MORE CASH POWER FROM UOB BANK

INTERESTING TO SEE WHAT IOI GOING TO BUY

https://sgx.i3investor.com/blogs/Jbhouseforsale/2022-07-31-story-h49564404-TOP_10_POWERFUL_REASONS_WHY_PALM_OIL_BULL_RUN_WILL_RESUME_THIS_AUGUST_202.jsp

2022-07-31 19:02

bullmarket1628

After 3 years pandemic already end, 
next year onwards surely is the years of recovery and economy start booming time ! 

Like previously economy downturn period of:

1)Crisis 1986-1990 start booming 1993 to 1997

2)Crisis 1997-2000 start booming 2003 to 2006 

3)Crisis 2006-2010 start booming 2013 to 2016 

4)Crisis 2016-2022 start booming 2023 to 2027 



So, our economy and KLSE will be spike up like mad start from year 2023 which is next year and i predict our KLSE this round of bull run start 2023 will hit it’s record high of around 2,000 points ! 



Heng Ah, Ong Ah, Huat Ah !

2022-09-03 08:16

StartOfTheBull

Rainy season kambing. Haiyo!

2022-10-18 16:26

Asia88

Don't invest in this company uncle and aunty. No door gift ya.

2022-10-31 15:34

LittleKnife

wah... still no result.... must be pretty bad ....

2023-02-24 19:06

SEE_Research

Post removed.Why?

2023-02-28 11:01

SEE_Research

Post removed.Why?

2023-02-28 15:21

hhhiii123

qtr result so good with 6 sen dividend, good good

2023-02-28 20:42

SEE_Research

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2023-03-01 15:31

SEE_Research

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2023-03-01 17:09

SEE_Research

Post removed.Why?

2023-03-01 17:10

skyinvestor

Yesterday many analysts issued for Buy on this stock... but the youtuber i follow lately, said max can go rm4 before coming down https://youtu.be/OjOk4O72Kns anyone here buying?

2023-03-08 10:06

magpie7788

share buyback 3.72 - 3.74 today, may it move up 3.80 or more...

2023-03-29 18:03

Integrity. Intelligent. Industrious. 3iii (iiinvestsmart)$€£¥

Security LastPr PE DY% Divcts ROE ttm-marg
IOICORP (Plantation) 3.76 12.89 3.7 14 16.11 12.4

2023-03-30 16:18

magpie7788

3.90 coming soon..

2023-03-31 10:14

Whythefuss

Gain of 10% to 13% can be expected if the yearly cycles repeated. Watch how this goes 1 to 2 weeks from now

2023-04-19 00:07

i4value

Post removed.Why?

2023-06-05 14:15

success2628

Post removed.Why?

2023-07-17 06:41

calvintaneng

2nd Quarter FFB results out! And they are better than 1st Quarter. Will Palm oil cos increase dividend payouts? Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2023-07-19-story-h-245505452-2nd_Quarter_FFB_results_out_And_they_are_better_than_1st_Quarter_Will_P

2023-07-19 19:39

calvintaneng

Blog: PALM OIL JEWEL: IOI CORP (1961), IF BPLANT PLANTING ON 'GOLD MINE THEN IOI PLANTING ON GOLD HILL, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/forum/forum-thread/608634187

2023-07-25 01:22

calvintaneng

Soybean oil crossed Us 70 sen a lb now (Was only Us 26 sen a lb in year 2020)

FCPO will be very well supported

https://www.barchart.com/futures/quotes/ZLQ23/overview

GO GO POWER UP!

2023-07-25 08:07

success2628

Post removed.Why?

2023-07-25 10:15

success2628

Post removed.Why?

2023-07-25 16:22

calvintaneng

Palm oil demand boosted as rival oil prices jump on supply woes
Vegoils

MUMBAI (Aug 10): Demand for palm oil has been increasing as its discount to soyoil and sunoil has grown, driven by the recent price rise in rival oils due to production concerns in the US and supply disruptions from the Black Sea region, industry officials said.

This surge in demand is expected to assist Indonesia and Malaysia in bringing down their palm oil inventories, simultaneously bolstering Malaysian palm oil futures.

"Aggressive pricing has been aiding palm oil as buyers are shifting toward palm oil from other oils for near-month shipments," said Sanjeev Asthana, chief executive officer at Patanjali Foods Ltd, India's top palm oil buyer.


India, the world's biggest buyer of edible oils, imported 1.09 million metric tonnes of palm oil in July, nearly 60% more than June and the highest in seven months.

India's imports would remain robust during August and September as well, Asthana said.

Crude palm oil is offered at US$910 (RM4,162) a tonne including cost, insurance and freight (CIF) to India for September shipments, compared with US$1,050 for crude soyoil and US$1,010 for crude sunflower oil, dealers said.

Soyoil prices jumped in the last one month on production concerns in the US and lower supplies from top exporting Argentina, while sunflower oil became expensive after Russia withdrew from the Black Sea grains deal, said a New Delhi based dealer with a global trade house.

The Black Sea region accounts for 60% of world sunflower oil output and 76% of exports.

"Palm oil prices didn't rise; instead, they came down due to rising stocks in the producing countries and become even more cheaper for buyers," the dealer said.

Price-sensitive Asian buyers traditionally rely on palm oil because of low costs and quick shipping times.

Along with India, China, Bangladesh and Pakistan have also been raising palm oil purchases for August and September shipments, said a Mumbai-based trader.

China's July vegetable oil imports, which mainly consist palm oil, jumped 48% from a year ago to 778,000 tonnes.

Palm oil's discount to rival oils is likely to come down gradually as rising exports would bring down the inventories in both Malaysia and Indonesia, the trader said.

Malaysia's palm oil exports rose 15.55% to 1.35 million tonnes in July, according to the Malaysian Palm Oil Board. In the first ten days of August, exports of Malaysian palm oil products rose 17.5% to 383,795 tonnes, AmSpec Agri Malaysia said on Thursday (Aug 10).

Read also:
Malaysia's end-July palm oil stocks at five-month high

2023-08-10 18:08

calvintaneng

IOI CORP FULL OF VALUE

TSH RESOURCES (9509) POSITIVE DEVELOPMENTS BY PRO-ACTIVE MANAGEMENT POINT TO A BRIGHTER FUTURE, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2023-08-10-story-h-242937383-TSH_RESOURCES_9509_POSITIVE_DEVELOPMENTS_BY_PRO_ACTIVE_MANAGEMENT_POINT

2023-08-10 22:25

alenac

Buy, Buy Buy syndicates in what apps and Telegram recommending!!!!

2023-08-21 15:05

brianklc

fuh, ur syndicates is pointing u to Holland. IOI Corp also doing so bad, cant imagine what will happen to smaller planters!

2023-08-22 21:29

calvintaneng

IOI CORP still made Rm37.2 Million this Qtr & giving a 5 sen second interim dividend

See

22-Aug-2023 06-Sep-2023 DIVIDEND Second Interim Dividend RM 0.0500
28-Feb-2023 14-Mar-2023 DIVIDEND First Interim Dividend RM 0.0600
23-Aug-2022 12-Sep-2022 DIVIDEND Second Interim Dividend RM 0.0800
23-Feb-2022 09-Mar-2022 DIVIDEND First Interim Dividend RM 0.0600
24-Aug-2021 10-Sep-2021 DIVIDEND Second Interim Dividend RM 0.0600
23-Feb-2021 09-Mar-2021 DIVIDEND First Interim Dividend RM 0.0450
25-Aug-2020 09-Sep-2020 DIVIDEND Second Interim Dividend RM 0.0400
18-Feb-2020 03-Mar-2020 DIVIDEND First Interim Dividend RM 0.0400
26-Sep-2019 08-Nov-2019 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.045
20-Feb-2019 08-Mar-2019 DIVIDEND First Interim Dividend RM 0.035
17-Aug-2018 04-Sep-2018 DIVIDEND Second interim dividend RM 0.045
05-Mar-2018 16-Mar-2018 DIVIDEND Special Dividend RM 0.115
23-Feb-2018 16-Mar-2018 DIVIDEND First Interim Dividend RM 0.045
07-Aug-2017 24-Aug-2017 DIVIDEND Second interim dividend RM 0.05

plus IOI raised a Cash buffer of Rm2 Billions for acquisition

If need more monies IOI can certainly dispose some Gold Mine Assets and raise Billions of $$$ easily

2023-08-22 21:59

calvintaneng

There is a time line for wealth

1) Future Wealth

2) Present Wealth

3) Past Wealth

Future, present & past Wealth? What are they?

Let me illustrate

1) Future Wealth is represented by a young graduate fresh from School. Usually a young man in his mid twenties.

He is still young and yet to buy his own house. He might own an affordable car or just a motorbike.

What has he got? HE HAS HOPE. HE IS FULL OF DETERMINATION TO SUCCEED & FULL OF IDEAS!! But he has yet to make any real monies. His Wealth is Yet in The Future!

This is represented by a very young company. Management is full of ideas, ventures & mergers. Full of energy & hope. Lots of enthusiasm during IPO. See how many write up to promote this newly listed company. Gullible people are chasing. But the stock is yet untested. Business yet to prove itself. All hype and hope for Wealth still in the future!

Calvin rarely invest in this type of company. Better avoid.

Why avoid?

See this

Most Start-up Businesses Fail in the First Five Years, Myth or Reality?
Starting up a new business is proving to be a hard task for most of the entrepreneurs across the business world. The rate of failure within the first five years of business operations is still debatable and is said to be different from one economic zone to another. This is said to be depending on the various internal and external environmental forces operating in different industries. According to Griffith (2014), he postulates that over 60% to 70% of start-ups cannot survive beyond their first five years.
Yes! More than 50% of all new businesses will fail within the 1st five years
That is why Calvin generally avoid buying new unproven stocks. I need at least 3 years after listing to read its yearly Annual Reports before buying. Or else wait or give it a pass.
In real life Established Companies will only look for qualified workers with proven experience & skill with real results or testimonies of good performance from his previous companies. They don't hire you by what you claim. They only hire proven results from skill & qualifications



2) Present Wealth.

Represented by Growing Companies with Proven Income. Usually healthy PRESENT Growth that is visible. This is like a mature man in his 30s to 40s. He has bought his house & car. But the bulk of his monies still invested in his growing business.

So his wealth is still being generated in the present.

This is popular growth stocks.

Calvin will buy some. On one condition. He looks for a fair price to enter. Best is during a market crash or overlooked by the market.


BUT CALVIN WON'T PAY A HIGH PRICE FOR THEM WHEN PRICES ARE INTO OVERVALUATION. IF YOU OVERPAY FOR ANYTHING. CHANCES ARE THEY WILL UNDERPERFORM THE MARKET FOR A LONG TIME TO COME LATER.


3) Past Wealth.

This is an old matured person in his 50s, 60s, 70s or even 80s

He once was a young graduate with Vision. He moved on to be a very successful businessman in his prime. So he has used his earnings to buy lots and lots of Assets like Lands, properties, warehouses, shophouses & other investments of Value. CASH OR EARNINGS CONVERTED TO REAL GOOD SOLID ASSETS - SO HIGH NTA REFLECTED IN BOOK VALUE.

As he is already old he slows down. He takes less risk. He looks for Capital Preservation First with a View to Growth. But usually things are more settled as he is no longer as hungry like he was as a fresh graduate once.



So I avoid buying stocks with "future growth" hype. Selectively buying Present Growth Stock if I SEE VALUE. And love buying into PAST WEALTH STOCKS OF IMMENSE VALUE SELLING AT DEEP DEEP DISCOUNT


I avoid the young man company with hope of future wealth. I will buy some (only selectively) the mature company of present wealth if they sell at reasonable prices. I concentrate on Deep Value Stocks of PAST ACCUMULATED WEALTH SELLING AT DEEP DISCOUNT


IOI CORP got LOTS OF HIDDEN PAST WEALTH

It has 30% shares of Spore Bumitama shares

2023-08-22 22:24

OnTime

a big disappointment!

2023-08-23 08:45

LeverTrader88

what happened? sudden dump of 9mil shares?

2023-09-15 17:05

lionel messi

Quadruple witching hour. Fund managers rebalancing portfolios. Will happen every 3 months. Good time to grab some.

2023-09-16 10:18

speakup

Aduh! Monday cut loss 😥

2023-09-16 16:17

Integrity. Intelligent. Industrious. 3iii (iiinvestsmart)$€£¥

>>>>

Posted by calvintaneng > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

There is a time line for wealth

1) Future Wealth

2) Present Wealth

3) Past Wealth

Future, present & past Wealth? What are they?

So I avoid buying stocks with "future growth" hype. Selectively buying Present Growth Stock if I SEE VALUE. And love buying into PAST WEALTH STOCKS OF IMMENSE VALUE SELLING AT DEEP DEEP DISCOUNT


I avoid the young man company with hope of future wealth. I will buy some (only selectively) the mature company of present wealth if they sell at reasonable prices. I concentrate on Deep Value Stocks of PAST ACCUMULATED WEALTH SELLING AT DEEP DISCOUNT

>>>>


calvintaneng does not seem to have a strong investing philosophy. He has written so much and this revealed his weakness.

When he sold 8 houses and bought into NETX, what was he doing in his investing? Was he investing into an established company selling at a discount? Was he not investing into a hype or his perceived GROWTH STOCK, which he had to agree today, that he bought at too exuberant a price too?

2023-09-17 08:28

calvintaneng

ioi corp full of potential

calvintaneng

THE 7 PHASES OF A SUCCESSFUL PALM OIL COMPANY, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2023-09-26-story-h-218987595-THE_7_PHASES_OF_A_SUCCESSFUL_PALM_OIL_COMPANY_Calvin_Tan

Most probaly Bplant now at Stage Seven (no longer cheap)

Jaya Tiasa at Stage Four Going Into Stage Five offers better value

TSH going out from Stage Three to Stage Four offers the Best Value

2023-09-26 21:58

calvintaneng

THE HIGHLY DEFENSIVE NATURE OF PALM OIL CO VERSUS OTHERS: Eg. NPC RESOURCES VERSUS KNM, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2023-10-11-story-h-217915830-THE_HIGHLY_DEFENSIVE_NATURE_OF_PALM_OIL_CO_VERSUS_OTHERS_Eg_NPC_RESOURC

IOI CORP owns 400,000 Acres
Plus it owns Bumitama (Spore) 33% which also got 400,000 acres

2023-10-11 23:06

connor94

Should I follow EPF's strategy of consistently purchasing IOICORP https://www.facebook.com/groups/207499110028549/posts/1481403155971465/ ?

2023-10-30 16:23

calvintaneng

AT LONG LAST: LTAT OFFICIAL ACCEPTANCE FORM TO TAKE BPLANT PRIVATE IS OUT, What should you do next? Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2023-11-18-story-h-214372654-AT_LONG_LAST_LTAT_OFFICIAL_ACCEPTANCE_FORM_TO_TAKE_BPLANT_PRIVATE_IS_OU

2023-11-18 00:16

Mabel



India is the largest importer of Malaysia’s CPO and they really need our help as Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Kajol, Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone etc needs help urgently. Their Capati and Tossie does not taste the same without Mabel Oil.

Right now Malaysia can only be able to export about four million tonnes to the country. Sarawak, please work harder, we need to increase another 2 million tonnes.

Mabel Oil Production: MPOA 1-20 October 2023
Peninsular Malaysia: (+) 4.83%
Sabah: (+) 4.26%
Sarawak: (-) 0.54%
East Malaysia: (+) 2.99%
Total Malaysia: (+) 4.14%

2023-11-26 10:31

Dehcomic01

Over the past decade, IOI performance in terms of its ROA had been above than the sector upper quartile ROA. This is one of the better Bursa Plantation companies. https://focusmalaysia.my/malaysian-plantation-stocks-a-cyclical-sector-but-not-cyclical-profits/
IOI achieved a 10-years peak in ROA in 2022. There seemed to be a corresponding market price uptrend. The ROA has since declined and so has market prices.
But when you look at the past 10 years ROA vs market price pattern, you can see that the current market price is lower than those from 2017 to 2021. In contrast the current ROA is better than those achieved from 2017 to 2021. https://i.postimg.cc/Pf7QsSDp/IOI.png
Is the market suggesting that the ROA in the coming year will decline? But if the fundamentals don’t suggest this, would this be an investment opportunity?

2023-11-29 13:20

calvintaneng

PALM OIL COMPANY PROFITS IN YEAR 2019 VERSUS NOW IN 2024 (After 4 to 5 Years Show Excellent Growth, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2024-01-08-story-h-210649988-PALM_OIL_COMPANY_PROFITS_IN_YEAR_2019_VERSUS_NOW_IN_2024_After_4_to_5_Y

2024-01-08 08:11

chongwee

PROPERTY THEME

2 months ago

chongwee

AGONG WANT MADANI MALAYSIA WANT JOHOR DEVELOPMENT WANT JOHOR GROWTH IN HIS HIGHNESS LEADERSHIP

2 months ago

calvintaneng

THE SECRETS OF IDENTIFYING VALUE : REMESUREMENT VALUATION IN FGV OR FELDA GLOBAL VENTURE, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2024-02-28-story-h-187500422-THE_SECRETS_OF_IDENTIFYING_VALUE_REMESUREMENT_VALUATION_Calvin_Tan

Ioi Corp owns 33% of Bumitami Shares in Singapore

Bumitama share prices also gone up

THE SECRETS OF IDENTIFYING VALUE : REMESUREMENT VALUATION IN FGV OR FELDA GLOBAL VENTURE, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2024-02-28-story-h-187500422-THE_SECRETS_OF_IDENTIFYING_VALUE_REMESUREMENT_VALUATION_Calvin_Tan

1 month ago

Mabel

*Malaysia Plantations*

*The unsung heroes of the nation (and the world)*

11 March marks the 4th anniversary of COVID-19 pandemic. We pay tribute to the plantation sector that has contributed immensely during the pandemic. While not undermining the sacrifices by the front-liners and others in the fight against COVID-19, this sector has played its part in ensuring food security, job security, and health security not just for the nation but the world over. Despite rising cost challenges and falling output, the sector still made huge monetary contribution of >MYR23b over the past 4 years in various forms of direct and indirect taxes, and contributions.

*>MYR23b in “social” contribution to the grateful for*

Between 2020 and 2023, the plantation sector has contributed approx. MYR6.1b in windfall profit levy, MYR3.7b in export duties, MYR1.3b in MPOB CESS (see Fig.1), MYR0.2b in Prosperity Taxes, >MYR6b in Sabah and Sarawak Sales Taxes (our back-of-the-envelope estimates), and easily >MYR6b in corporate income taxes and individual taxes (by the smallholders) to the Malaysian government . The sector is said to be among the highest tax contributor in terms of total taxes (including windfall profit levy, export duties, CESS, and Sabah and Sarawak Sales Taxes, in addition to corporate taxes). Monies collected by the government were channelled to (among others) nation building and running of many social programmes including free COVID vaccinations given to the people and cash handouts given to the needy during the pandemic.

*Food & health security roles often taken for granted*

Palm oil holds more than 50% market share in the global vegetable oils trade. Hence, its continuous availability is crucial to global food security as well as health security. Throughout the pandemic, palm oil exports never stopped as the government allowed palm oil cultivation to proceed.

Besides food use, the continuous availability of palm oil and palm products also meant there was the much-needed ingredients to make personal cares and cleaning products such hand wash, soap, laundry detergents, hand sanitisers, etc that the world desperately needed in its fight against the highly infectious COVID-19 virus.

*Job security for the locals as well as guest workers*
Many people lost their jobs at the start of the pandemic and had to draw down their hard-earned life savings to make ends meet. Prior to the pandemic, the sector has a strong workforce of 437,400 in Malaysia comprising local and guest workers. During the pandemic, the plantation sector was among the few granted special approval by the government to operate. Social distancing at workplace was inherent in the estates given that one worker typically covers more than 10 hectares of estates, providing a naturally safe working environment. Workers were even given free COVID vaccinations by their employers. At the height of the pandemic, outsiders had limited access to the staffs’ housing quarters and estate operations to ensure the safety of their workers and families. While country borders were mostly closed initially, guest workers remained employed throughout and were paid decent wages (plus incentives) that allowed them to repatriate the much-needed income to provide for their families back home (presumably equally affected by the pandemic).

Well Done Guys!

1 month ago

calvintaneng

Very happy evening all

We have selected RSawit to replace Bplant in Top 10 Palm oil Picks

RSAWIT (5113) A Palm Oil Turnaround Due to High Cpo over Rm4,100 MT Plus Very Very Undervalue Assets that are Easy to Liquidate for High Profits, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2024-03-13-story-h-186459631-RSAWIT_5113_A_Palm_Oil_Turnaround_Due_to_High_Cpo_over_Rm4_100_MT_Plus_

1 month ago

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