Sustainability a way of life for IJMP

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  • Saturday, 18 Jan 2014

Tree bank: Tropical trees such as the jelutong (Dyera costulata), which can grow up to 60m, are planted at IJMP¿s nurseries near its operations units. The saplings will later be transplanted to areas that IJMP had demarcated as conservation sites.

IJM Plantations Bhd’s foray into the oil palm sector in Sabah in the 1980s happened by chance.

Its parent company IJM Corp Bhd, which tendered for a road project in Sabah at that time, came upon an abandoned cocoa estate in Sandakan that seemed ideal for oil palm cultivation.

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