Joinland's Central New Hanover project generates over RM100mil in revenue
KUALA LUMPUR: The Joinland Group, a diversified Malaysian conglomerate of varied business interests, has generated over RM100 million in revenue for local landowners and the Papua New Guinea (PNG) government since the start of its Central New Hanover Agro-Forestry Project in 2012.
Two Sub-Health Centres is built and established for Konoagil LLG in Namatanai
Oil Palm Developer Million Plus Corporation and landowner company LaKa Forest Development Limited have joined hands to build two sub-health centres in the villages of Kumin and Kandas in the Konoagil LLG of New Ireland province.
A NEW multi-million kina oil palm project will be officially launched this week in one of the remote parts of Namatanai in New Ireland province.
The oil palm project under the government’s Public Private Partnership (PPP) policy is one of the single largest investments undertaking in the country, situated in the Konoagil Local Level Government area of the Namatanai District.
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA – Media OutReach – 5 February 2021 – The Joinland Group, a diversified Malaysian conglomerate of varied business interests, led by Dato’ Sri Thomas Hah Tiing Siu, has been adjusting its strategies as the COVID-19 pandemic has progressed, putting a major focus on maintaining growth, employment and protecting the health of its employees.