Sabah govt, Linaco Group sign deal to build RM200mil coconut processing plant

Hajiji (centre) witnessing the exchange of document between Sawit Kinabalu group managing director Datuk Bacho Jansie (right) and Linaco group executive director Joe Ling Hwa Ean (left).

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has signed a deal with Malaysia’s biggest coconut-based manufacturing company Linaco Group to build an RM200mil integrated processing factory.

The memorandum of understanding (MoU), which entailed the setting up of the factory in Langkon located in the state’s northern Kota Marudu district, was inked between Linaco and Sawit Kinabalu, the state’s investment arm in the palm oil industry.

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