Mentiga to diversify into durian business

The company said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia that it will seek shareholders

PETALING JAYA: Mentiga Corp Bhd has proposed to diversify its principal activities to include durian plantation, production and distribution.

The company said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia that it will seek shareholders’ approval for this proposal in its upcoming AGM.

Mentiga is a subsidiary of Amanah Saham Pahang Bhd, which is wholly owned by the Pahang government.

This marks the second company to propose a diversification into the durian business in less than a month.

On March 19, PLS Plantations Bhd received unanimous shareholders’ approval for the company’s planned diversification into durian plantation, distribution and related businesses.

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