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Sarawak Plantation Berhad (SPB) was incorporated in Malaysia on 28 October 1997 as a private limited company under the name of Sarawak Plantation Sdn. Bhd. and commenced business in the same year. SPB was converted into a public company on 1 February 2000 and assumed its present name.

Sarawak Plantation Berhad (SPB) was specially incorporated as the vehicle company for the privatisation of Sarawak Land Development Board's (SLDB) assets.

The privatisation of SLDB's assets, comprising oil palm plantations, milling facilities and related assets, was effected in 1997 through the transfer of SLDB's assets to SPB Group (comprising SPB and its subsidiaries). With this privatisation, all principal assets of SLDB are owned and managed by SPB and certain of its subsidiaries.

The Group is principally engaged in the cultivation and processing of oil palm into crude palm oil and palm kernel. Other businesses include seed production, cattle integration, provision of laboratory and management services and property investment.

SPB is one of the pioneer players in the oil palm industry in Sarawak. Currently the Group has a total land bank of 48,056 hectares (ha) of which 1,855 ha is under the Native Customary Rights (NCR) scheme.In addition, 417 ha is under joint venture development with a goverment statutory body.

The Group owns twenty (20) oil palm estates with a total planted area of 35,687 ha as at 31 December 2017.

The Group also owns and operates 2 palm oil mills, with a total operating capacity of 150 mt/hour, located at Niah and Mukah, respectively.