Jaya Tiasa counts on planted forests to revive downstream ops

Jaya Tiasa group owns plywood mills with annual production capacity of 420,000 cubic meters (cu m) and sawn timber mills with annual production capacity of 112,800 cu m.

KUCHING: Jaya Tiasa Holdings Bhd’s efforts to revive its downstream timber processing activities will hinge on the supply of logs from its planted forest.

Chief executive officer Datuk Jin Kee Mou said the group temporarily shut down its loss-making wood manufacturing plants last year due to several factors, including the decline in log production and supply from natural forests.

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