PALM oil is one of the world’s largest vegetable oil produce in terms of global production, global consumption and international trade value.
Not only does it have a history of over 5,000 years of human consumption, its demand rises with the ever expanding population. Thus, market demands do not decrease but increase steadily over time.
Notwithstanding the fluctuating CPO (crude palm oil) prices each year, the overall supply and demand remains on a steady upward trend.
Capitalising on this is East West One Group (EWOG), whose group of companies are principally involved in the oil palm plantation business in Sabah, particularly in the development and management of oil palm plantations.
Sabah is a strategic location for the group’s oil palm plantation land bank due to its favourable agronomic factors and weather conditions that ensure higher yields and oil extraction rates.
In addition, the state already has an established and strong culture of plantations in terms of management, labour and support services to ensure success of the industry.
This makes EWOG the largest oil palm plantation-based interest scheme operator in Malaysia.
It had previously launched an oil palm investment scheme, namely the East West One Planter’s Scheme (EWOPS) which was fully subscribed in September 2015.
EWOG then launched another similar scheme, the East West Horizon Planter’s Scheme (EWHPS) in 2015.
The company’s plantation land bank under the approved interest schemes of close to 30,000 acres are all located in Sabah where yields are one of the highest in Malaysia — as published and confirmed by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board in their website.
EWHPS has total land bank of 11,670 acres and offers high returns of up to 88% percent over an investment duration of eight years, where invested capital is fully repaid to the investor upon maturity of the investment tenure.
These fixed contractual returns are paid quarterly to investors by the appointed trustee, TMF Trustees Malaysia Berhad.
EWHPS is a platform that allows investors to earn good returns without the hassle of having to manage a plantation in the oil palm planting industry.
It is also regulated by the Interest Schemes Act 2016 and governed by the Companies Commissions of Malaysia (CCM).
EWOG has a consistent and unblemished track record in payouts of quarterly returns since the inception of EWOPS and EWHPS. To date, investors have received 27 and 13 quarterly payouts under EWOPS and EWHPS respectively. The next payout will be made by Sept 30.
Those interested to invest in the oil palm plantation industry should visit EWOG at booth P3 during StarProperty.my Fair 2018 in Gurney Paragon Mall, Penang, this July 19 to 22.
The four-day event is open from 10am to 10pm. Entrance is free.
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