Case Study: Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad?

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Section 2: Executive summary
2.1 Background
Entity
Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad ("KLK"), an organization joined in Malaysia and which is recorded on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad with a market capitalization of around RM23.1 billion toward the end of September 2015. KLK is a well-known plantation company, which is started more than 100 years ago. KLK’s core business activity is plantations (oil palm and rubber). KLK follows its history back to 1906 when The Kuala Lumpur Rubber Company, Limited ("KLRC") was joined in London. With a paid-up capital of £180,000 KLRC figured out how to obtain 5 bequests totaling 640 hectares of land planted for the most part with rubber and coffee, situated in Kuala Lumpur. KLRC shares were
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As far as topographical dispersion, roughly 26% of the estate land bank is situated in Peninsular Malaysia with 15% in Sabah, 51% in Indonesia and 8% in Liberia. Oil palm as the transcendent yield covers 93% of the planted territory with elastic covering 7%.
The oil palm ranches recorded a yearly generation of roughly 3.7 million metric tons crisp natural product clusters for FY14 and is relied upon to increment quickly in the years ahead as the tremendous new plantings in Sabah and Indonesia are continuously brought into collecting. Encourage, the age profile of the palms which is right now somewhat skewed to the juvenile and youthful area because of the replanting in Malaysia and new planting in Indonesia, will betoken well for KLK in the years ahead when the palms completely come into
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The 1990's additionally observed the Group benefiting from the key area of its territory bank in Peninsular Malaysia by spreading into property improvement. Its most recent venture, the 1000 sections of land Bandar Seri Coalfields town ship is situated in the region of Sungai Buloh, Selangor and will be created throughout the following 10 years. This is notwithstanding the adjacent Desa Coalfields and Sierramas ventures which have since been finished.
Expansion into Sabah
Towards the end of 1983, KLK made its initial step into Sabah, procuring 12,545 hectares of blended oil palms and cocoa in Tawau. From that point on, different acquisitions in the region and furthermore around Lahad Datu expanded the Group's hectarage up to around 40,000 ha, making Sabah a center benefit community for the

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