TDM Berhad

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Dear shareholders and visitors, As part of our initiative to enhance our investor relations, we have launched our own online investor relations (IR) website. Kindly go to Investor Relations section. We are excited with the new IR website. We hope, you too, will find it meaningful. You will also find a section where you can provide feedbacks or give suggestions on how we can improve our communication with you. We are more than happy to hear from you. Last but not least, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to all of you, for your continued support and trust.

Corporate Information

Incorporated on 1 December 1965, TDM Berhad (TDM or the Group) was listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad (formerly known as the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange) under the Plantations Sector in 1970. Following a successful restructuring exercise and new strategic direction in 2004, TDM has grown into a leading player in the oil palm plantation and healthcare sectors.


Chairman, United Kingdom, AGE 65

* Appointed as Director: 30 July 2018 

* Post Graduate Certificate In Strategic Management, University Of Derby, Uk 
* Member Of The Institute Of Financial Services, Uk 
* A Fellow Of The British Computer Society, Uk 
* A Fellow Of The Chartered Management Institute, Uk 

Working Experience and Occupation 
YM Raja Dato' Haji Idris has acquired more than thirty (30) years of experience holding top management positions in various Private Limited, Public Listed and Multi-National Companies. 

From 1994 to 2000, YM Raja Dato' Haji Idris was with the Siemens Group of companies in Malaysia where he had served as Managing Director of Nixdorf Computers Malaysia Sdn Bhd and also as the Executive Director of Siemens Nixdorf Information System (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd. 

He was also a Non-Executive Director of Siemens Multimedia Sdn Bhd (an MSC company) and from 1998 to 2000, assumed the position of Vice President, Information and Communication Network of Siemens Malaysia Sdn Bhd. 

In 2000, YM Raja Dato' Haji Idris was appointed as Group Executive Director of TDM Berhad, a Public Listed Company owned by the Terengganu State Government, a position he held until 2004. He also served as the Executive Chairman of Virgo Tours Sdn Bhd from 2004 to 2006. YM Raja Dato Haji Idris was appointed as a Consultant at the Markfield Institute of Higher Education, Leicestershire, United Kingdom, a position he has held since 2006. 

YM Raja Dato' Haji Idris was on the board of Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Berhad (KDEB), the investment holding company of the State of Selangor, where he was appointed on 4 April 2011 and served as Chairman of KDEB's property development subsidiary, Kumpulan Hartanah Selangor Berhad and Central Spectrum (M) Sdn Bhd. He was also appointed as Chairman of Kumpulan Perangsang Selangor Berhad, a public listed company within the KDEB Group of Companies. He held all these positions until 1 June 2018. 

On 10 August 2012, he was appointed as Chairman of Ceres Telecom Sdn Bhd, a 34.35% associate of Perangsang Selangor and appointed Executive Chairman on 1 June 2018. 

YM Raja Dato was also appointed as a Director of Terengganu Incorporated Sdn Bhd (TI) on 11 June 2018. TI is the investment holding company of the Terengganu State Government. 

Directorship of Public Companies (if any) 


Non- Independent Non-Executive Director, Malaysia, AGE:60

* Appointed as Director: 30 July 2018 

* Bachelor of Economics (Hons), UKM 
* Diploma Lanjutan, University of Wales College Newport, United Kingdom 

Working Experience and Occupation 
* 4 May 1983 - 15 June 1992 - Pegawai Tadbir Negeri Tingkatan Biasa, Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri Terengganu 
* 16 June 1992 - 30 June 1995 - Ketua Penolong Pegawai Daerah, Pejabat Daerah Dungun 
* 1 July 1995 - 30 June 1997 - Penolong Pegawai Kewangan Negeri (Pelaburan) Pejabat Kewangan Negeri Terengganu 
* 10 Oct 1998 - 30 Nov 1998 - Pegawai Tadbir Negeri N3, Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri (UPEN) 
* 1 Dec 1998 - 15 Dec 2004 - Pengarah Eksekutif, TESDEC 
* 16 Dec 2004 - 30 Nov 2005 - Ketua Penolong Pentadbir Tanah, Pejabat Tanah Besut 
* 1 Dec 2005 - 31 Dec 2008 - Timbalan Pengarah, Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri (UPEN) 
* 1 Jan 2009 - 31 Dec 2010 - Yang DiPertua,Majlis Perbandaran Kemaman 
* 1 Jan 2011 - 1 Dec 2012 - Timbalan Pegawai Kewangan Negeri, Pejabat Perbendaharaan Negeri Terengganu 
* 2 Dec 2012 - 2 Jan 2016 - Dato' Pengelola Bijaya DiRaja, Pejabat KDYMM Sultan Terengganu 
* 3 Jan 2016 - 4 Sept 2016 - Pengurus Besar,Perbadanan Memajukan Iktisad Negeri Terengganu (PMINT) 
* 5 Sept 2016 - 30 Jan 2017 - Timbalan Setiausaha Kerajaan (Pembangunan) / Pengarah UPEN Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri (UPEN) 
* 1 Feb 2017 21 April 2018 - Pegawai Kewangan Negeri Pejabat Perbendaharaan Negeri Terengganu 
* 22 April 2018 - sekarang - Setiausaha Kerajaan Terengganu Pejabat Setiausaha Kerajaan Terengganu 

Directorship of Public Companies (if any) 


Non- Independent Non-Executive Director, Malaysia, AGE: 48

* Appointed as Director: 30 July 2018 

* Undergoing Doctorate in Business Administration (UKM) 
* Master In Business Administration (UiTM) 
* Bachelor of Engineering In Material & Mechanical Engineering (UK) 

Working Experience and Occupation 
Tuan Haji Mazli Zakuan started his career as an Application Engineer with Antah Oil Tools & Services Sdn Bhd in 1993 and moved on to join Smith International Inc as a Field Engineer. With his considerable experience, knowledge and skills in the oilfield drilling sector, in 1997, he joint Nalco Exxon Chemicals as a Service Engineer and moved up to various management positions of the multinational company. 

In 2003, he co-founded Maces Sdn. Bhd which was the first Malaysian specialty chemicals Company for oilfield and water treatment. Acted as the Senior Vice President, Operation and later as Chief Executive Officer, his entrepreneurial venture has had him to subsequently co-founded PAV Oilfield Services Sdn. Bhd., another local company specializing in oilfield services. 

He was the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Perbadanan Kemajuan Iktisad Negeri Kelantan (PKINK) from 2016 until March 2018. During this period, he served as a Director of various subsidiaries of the PKINK group that is involved in the plantation, properties development and financial services. 

Tuan Haji Mazli Zakuan is a registered engineer with the Board of Engineers Malaysia and a member of Society of Petroleum Engineers International since 1993 and 1995 respectively. 

He holds a Master in Business Administration from Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) and received his Bachelor of Engineering in Material and Mechanical Engineering from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). Currently, pursuing a Doctorate in Business Administration in UKM. 

Tuan Haji Mazli Zakuan was appointed as a Director of Terengganu Incorporated Sdn Bhd (TI) on 11 June 2018. TI is the investment holding company of the Terengganu State Government. 

Tuan Haji Mazli Zakuan was also appointed as the Corporate Advisor of Menteri Besar Incorporated on 7 June 2018. 

Directorship of Public Companies (if any) 


Independent Non-Executive Director, Malaysia, AGE: 48

* Appointed as Director: 30 July 2018 

* Master of Business Administration (MBA) Majoring in International Business University of Leeds, United Kingdom 
* Bachelor of Accounting (Hons), International Islamic University, Malaysia 
* Chartered Accountant (CA), Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) 
* Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM) 

Working Experience and Occupation 
Encik Burhanuddin started his career as an Audit Senior, Audit and Business Advisory Services at Price Waterhouse (now known as PwC) from 1993 to 1996. 

He then joined KPMG, Assurance Division as a Manager in 1998 until 2002. 

In 2002, he established BH Consulting SdnBhd and acted as its Managing Director/ Principal Consultant. BH Consulting performed an assessment on the viability of businesses and the achievability of their cash flowsand also involved in the review of internal control systems for various companies for the purpose of loan disbursement and monitoring 

From October 2006 to September 2013, he was appointed as the Group Chief Financial Officer of Composites Technology Research Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (CTRM). CTRM was a Government Linked Company (GLC) owned by the Ministry of Finance, Inc. and now is part of DRB-Hicom Group. 

He was the Chief Financial Officer of Weststar Aviation Services Sdn. Bhd.,a company specializing in Oil & Gas helicopter transportation service,from September 2013 to October 2015. 

He was also the Chief Financial Officer of Zetro Aerospace Corporation group of companies and Director, Chartridge Conference Company Ltd (UK) from November 2015 to July 2018. 

Directorship of Public Companies (if any) 


Independent Non-Executive Director, Malaysia, AGE: 40

* Appointed as Director: 30 July 2018 


Working Experience and Occupation 
He was admitted to the Bar and became an Advocate and Solicitor in 2003 and started his work as Legal Assistant at Messrs Abdul Haris & Co. In 2004, he was admitted as Peguam Syarie in Terengganu. 

He later joined Fariz Halim & Co as Legal Assistant and in 2005 he joined Messrs Khaled Jalil & Co as a Partner. 

Currently he is a Partner at Messrs Aziz & Co since 2006. He is also as part-time lecturer at Faculty of Laws and Human Relations (FUHA), UniSZA since 2012. 

He was also appointed as a member of Marang District Council since 1st June 2018. 

Directorship of Public Companies (if any) 



Independent Non-Executive Director, Malaysia, AGE 50

* Appointed as Director: 17 September 2018 


Working Experience and Occupation 
Encik Najman is currently the Chief Executive Officer at Icon Future Home Sdn Bhd since 2017. 

He started his career as a Marketing Manager at PSSSB, a subsidiary of Terengganu SEDC from 1992 to 1994. From 1994 to 1996, he was attached with Bumiputra Development Department, Maybank as Credit Officer. He then was appointed as Senior Executive at Kuwait Finance House (KFH) Ijarah House until 1997. 

Subsequently, in 1997 to year 2000, he was the Assistant Manager at EON Bank Berhad. 

He was also the Executive Director at TDM Trading Sdn Bhd, a 100% subsidiary of TDM Berhad in year 2000 to 2004. 

Since year 2004, he has been the Executive Director for Significant Technologies Sdn Bhd, a company involved in developing locally grown telecommunication products and solutions. 

Directorship of Public Companies (if any) 



• Appointed as Group Chief Executive Officer : 1 February 2018

• Bachelor in Agricultural Science, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia 

Working Experience and Occupation 
• Director General, RISDA Malaysia 
• Deputy Director General (Development), RISDA Malaysia 
• General Manager (Grade 2), RISDA Plantation Sdn. Bhd 
• Director (Grade 54), Productivity & Marketing Division, RISDA 
• Director, Replanting &Estate Division, RISDA 
• State RISDA Officer, Terengganu 
• Manager, RISDA Plantation Sdn Bhd, Terengganu 
• Manager, NARSCO, Terengganu 
• Mini Estate Manager, RISDA Terengganu 
• District RISDA Officer, Kuala Krai/ Gua Musang, RISDA Kelantan 
• District RISDA Officer Besut/ Setiu, Terengganu 
• State Marketing Officer, RISDA Terengganu 
• Assistant Director, RISDA Terengganu 

Currently, he is also a Director of RISDA Plantation Sdn Bhd 

Business Sector

Core Values


To be the iconic corporation of the east coast that creates sustainable values for our stakeholders.


To be a model corporate citizen in Terengganu;
i. To create sustainable value for our shareholders.
ii. To improve the well being of our stakeholders while protecting the environment.
iii. To deliver quality products & services above expectation for our customers.
iv. To widen our regional presence.
v. To stimulate human capital development.

Core Values

Our core values centers on:
i. Shariah Compliancy
ii. Environmental Friendly
iii. People Centric
iv. Good Governance
v. Team Work
vi. Innovative

Core Business

TDM develops and manages 16 estates at the following locations:-

• Sungai Tong Complex, Terengganu- Estates : Jaya, Fikri, Tayor and Pelung

• Bukit Besi Complex, Terengganu - Estates : Gajah Mati, Majlis Agama Islam, Pinang Emas and Jerangau

• Kemaman Complex, Terengganu - Estates : Air Putih, Tebak, Jernih and Pelantoh

• Nanga Pinoh, Kalimantan Barat : North 1, North 2, South 1 & South 2

Currently, the Group has a total of 44,198 hectares of planted oil palm land for its plantations in Terengganu, Malaysia and Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia.

The Group also own operates three palm oil mills are located in Sungai Tong and Kemaman in Terengganu and Nanga Pinoh, Kalimantan Barat.

In 2011, the group opened its first bio-composting plant to convert empty fruit bunches (EFB) of oil palm into bio-organic fertiliser for use in its estates. The plant, which is located in Sungai Tong, Terengganu is able to produce up to 29,000 metric tonnes of fertiliser per annum.

The second bio-composting plant in Kemaman, Terengganu, has a capacity to produce up to 32,000 metric tonnes of fertiliser annually.

The two plants will be able to reduce the group’s dependency on chemical fertilisers and help to manage waste in a more sustainable manner.

The Group’s Healthcare division, Kumpulan Medic Iman Sdn Bhd (KMI), manages four specialist hospitals, which offer no-frills, affordably priced secondary healthcare services to the community. Hospital under KMI are:-

1. Kelana Jaya Medical Centre (KJMC) in Petaling Jaya, Selangor

2. Kuantan Medical Centre (KMC) in Kuantan, Pahang

3. Kuala Terengganu Specialist Hospital (KTS) in Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu

4. Taman Desa Medical Centre (TDMC) in Kuala Lumpur

The vision of the healthcare division is to be the specialist hospital of choice whereby every individual will have an access to high standard of healthcare accustomed to any developed countries. 

The services offered at all its hospitals cover key disciplines such as general medicine, paediatrics, orthopaedics, general surgery, radiology, obstetrics and gynaecology, ENT, dermatology, ophthalmology, urology, anaesthesiology and gastroenterology.


Effort Towards Sustainable Palm Oil

TDM Berhad ("TDM") endorses the principles and criteria promulgated for sustainable palm oil production and commits to transparency by providing adequate information on environmental, social and legal matters to allow for effective participation in decision making by all stakeholders. All management document of public interest are available for viewing subject to any requirement for commercial confidentiality.

The goal of sustainable development will be achieved by balancing the needs of People, Planet and Profit.

We are an ardent advocator of personal and professional development among our management and employees as well as the communities directly related to our operations. Our emphasis on the acquisition of knowledge and skills is grounded on the belief that individuals should sustain their ability to meet the economic and social challenges of the future.

We champion the preservation of the environment and sustainability of natural resources so as to safeguard the well-being of the people and quality of life in the present as well as future. We are increasingly 'greening' our operations and practices through technologies and other means in order to lower TDM's carbon footprint.

We are equally committed to our responsibility towards the livelihood of our employees and financial aspirations of our shareholders. We believe this responsibility is best upheld by capitalising on opportunities in growing the company over the long-term to ensure healthy financial returns to all our stakeholders.

Corporate Responsibilites

We engage the surrounding communities through our community projects and strive to positively contribute to both the social and economic well being of those communities within which our business operate. We believe CR plays an important role in ensuring sustainable growth whilst enhancing corporate governance practices and observing ethical standards. All our employees and management in all our divisions are required to treat CR as an integral part of our business and practices. As outlined above, our CR strategies are broadly categorised into four areas:

Our stakeholders/shareholders: business partners, suppliers and contractors expect to see sustainable growth, financial excellence and strong corporate governance. The Board and management strive to provide an optimal return on investment to our shareholders. In order to meet our stakeholders' various expectations, we have undertaken various initiatives including:

Corporate Governance
Installation of a corporate governance and risk management system to actively manage the challenges faced by the Group's businesses in the Plantation and Healthcare divisions, by identifying and mitigating the risks.

Dividend Policy
TDM has adopted a dividend policy to provide sustainable dividend to shareholders consistent with the Group's earnings growth. TDM will endeavor to pay a dividend of at least 30% of its consolidated annual net profit after taxation and minority interests, annually, subject to the availability of distributable reserves.

Land Bank
Increasing the Plantation Division's land bank by acquiring 10,000 hectares of land in Kalimantan, Indonesia in 2007 to establish oil palm plantations for continued growth, followed by option to add another 30,000 hectares in 2008. Development work on the first 10,000 hectares commenced in 2007.

At TDM, we are focused on creating the education and promotion of professional conduct, providing a healthy and safe workplace free from discrimination, and establishing a balance between work and other aspects of life. In return, our people are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to keep the company at the forefront of our businesses. At the plantations the Group provides infrastructure and accommodation for a productive lifestyle.

Occupational Safety and Health
The Group firmly believes and remains committed to the safety, health and quality of the environment in which we operate. To ensure the efficiency and safety of all operations within the Group, safety audits are carried out periodically to ensure full compliance with all the relevant legislative requirements. A comprehensive safety plan has been established with the twin objectives of "zero accidents" and public safety.

Employees' Well-Being
TDM is committed to the educational needs of its plantation community and supports kindergartens and nurseries set up to cater to the families who live in the surrounding estates areas. The company provides free transportation for employees children to and from schools. Contributions to housing, furniture and appliances, electricity, water and cooking gas ensure that all families enjoy basic amenities.

Recreational and sporting competitions are organised to ensure a healthy and positive workforce. This also builds team spirit among all staff. Employee involvement in sports and recreational activities are under the purview of the various sports and recreational clubs led by TDM's Kelab Sukan dan Kebajikan, an association established exclusively for employees. The club promotes strong social ties with the surrounding communities by organising various activities and programmes involving its members and government and nongovernmental organisations.

Social Gatherings
TDM Family Day and the Annual Dinner are among the events organised for our staff and their families. Staff interaction is promoted and bonds of friendship and camaraderie strengthened whilst instilling a sense of belonging by regularly bringing together everyone in the TDM family.

Training & Development
The Group recognises and encourages its employees' desire for self-improvement, and ensures all training courses and investments in education are founded on clearly identified business needs and objectives. These objectives are matched with job requirements which are then weighed against carefully developed performance criteria. This approach ensures that all training is optimally configured and implemented to maximise the benefits to both the employee and the Group. Various programmes were organised throughout the year to upgrade the core competencies of our people while creating a talent pool for succession planning. The various programmes includes training in technical, management, communication, administrative and other soft skills.

Appreciating Loyalty
Acknowledging employee loyalty, Long Service Awards and special retirement awards are presented at the Annual Dinner to those reaching 15 years or more of service and to retiring staff.

Whistleblower Policy
A stakeholder can report or disclose through an established channel, concerning improprieties including fraud, crimical offences, miscarriages of justice, ethical wrongdoings and corruption, bribery and blackmail.

Provide improved quality of life for estate workers with better housing facilities.


TDM has placed sustainable development as a priority in the Group's business policy framework. Our environment is the water, air and earth where we live and work. The Plantation Division's initiatives towards protecting the environment and complying with existing laws include a commitment to manage our investments by taking care of the condition of the soil, integrated pest management and minimising the use of agri-chemicals. Caring for the environment is part of a wider holistic approach which includes providing employment for our people, allocating economic resources for infrastructure, contributing to our plantation workers' education and welfare and generally providing a livelihood for the surrounding communities who support us.

Soil Conservation
The planting of leguminous cover crops to minimise soil erosion is a standard Group practice. Following extensive trials, Mucuna bracteata, a shade tolerant legume has been adopted for commercial planting in all of the Group's replanting programmes. This species of legume protects surface soil from erosion and recycles plant nutrients while enhancing the soil's organic and moisture content. Terraces are constructed on hilly terrain and the vigorous Guatamala grass, Tripsacum luxam, planted along high risk erosion areas at stream embankments and near bridges.The use of oil palm chips in a single layer along planting rows binds the soil. Bio-compost and Empty Fruit Bunches mulch are applied to retain water as well as to substitute inorganic fertiliser. A 'zero burning' policy in our replanting programmes contributes towards a cleaner, greener environment whilst enhancing soil fertility by replenishing organic matter and improving the soil's physical properties.

Integrated Pest Management
An Integrated Pest Management ("IPM") policy involves the combination of a variety of methods of control to suppress pest populations below the economic injury-causing level. An eco-friendly alternative method opted for rat control is through the breeding of barn owl, Tyto Alba. Breeding boxes for the barn owl have been erected throughout the Group's estates. For the control of leaf-eating pests, the Group adopts the trunk injection of insecticides wherever possible, in place of spraying, which has the advantage of preserving beneficial insects. An integral part of IPM is the planting of beneficial plants such as Cassia cobanensis, Antigonon leptopus, Euphorbia heterophylla and Turnera subulata to encourage the proliferation of natural enemies for the control of bagworms and nettle caterpillars and ensure ecological balance.

Weed Control
We control and optimally use chemical applications. The useefficiency of different fertilisers on different soil types and series vary from applications of 83% to below 40%. In addition, steps have been taken to minimise losses and maximise the recovery of applied nutrients by encouraging the use of mechanical fertiliser spreaders. We advocate the minimum use of herbicides to achieve equilibrium in weed and ground coverage when establishing a desirable vegetation species under oil palm, under our weed management policy.

Waste Reduction
We recycle large amounts of mill by-products, under our waste management policy, such as empty fruit bunches ("EFB") and treated palm oil mill effluent ("PO ME") back into the fields in compliance with Department of Environment ("DOE") standards. The use of EF B as a recycled organic fertiliser will reduce dependence on chemical fertilisers and cut costs.

The transformation change in mill process flow and control via front-end upgrade involving latest technology in sterilisation process. The upgrade helps to reduce costs and improve automation.

Compliant to RSPO certification
Our estates and mills are certified by RSPO and complied with MPOB's Codes of Good Agriculture Practice. The RSPO and MPOB certifications are the source of competitive advantage for the Company as the co-branding strategy help to improve trust by our customers.





Local Communities and General Public
The Group is an active participant in the communities in which it operates, responding and assisting in critical social issues such as education, poverty eradication, infrastructure amenities development and healthcare.

The Plantation division continued its tradition in 2008 of participating in various social and community activities and programmes both directly and indirectly through numerous charitable organisations. These include being the major sponsor of sports teams and sports events, working with the authorities to set up schools within the estate areas and contributing to the surrounding communities.

Nurses and medical consultants from Kuantan Medical Centre ("KMC"), Kelana Jaya Medical Centre ("KJMC") , Kuala Terengganu Specialist Hospital ("KTS") and Taman Desa Medical Centre ("TDMC") actively participated in educating and serving the community through public health talks, community service programmes and free medical screenings. TDM, together with the healthcare professionals, organised and conducted community outreach programmes in the field of health screening, exhibitions and blood donation drives in support of the government's healthy lifestyle campaign.


Profit Distribution Policy
TDM Group's annual consolidated distributable profits shall be appropriated as follows:

i) one third for dividend to shareholders;

ii) one third for capital expenditure of the Group; and

iii) one third for the reserves of the Group

This policy was approved by the Board of Directors of TDM Berhad on 13 August 2009.


Philanthropy Policy
TDM Group will contribute 2% of its consolidated annual net profit after taxation, minority interest and dividend payments to approved organisations in Terengganu that support social causes, sports and economic development.

This policy was approved by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on 17 May, 2012. 


Plasma Scheme
Contribute to improving the socio-economic standard of communities where we operate.


Practical Training Support
Provide industry training to college and university students to acquire applied knowledge and skills in the industry.










Talent and Employee Development

A knowledge-based organisation places talent management and human capital as the main pillars of the business structure. To maintain sustainable growth, TDM continues to pursue innovation and creativity by acquiring and retaining talent.

We continue to invest in improving the skill and competency of our people. This is important for our continued quality performance and a sustainable business. We have focused on providing more in-house and external training during the year under review and have emphasised specialised management training schemes, such as "Six Sigma", to improve productivity.

Business Opportunity


TDM PLANTANTION SDN BHD, a subsidiary of TDM Berhad (“TDMB”) invites experienced consulting services companies for the proposed quotation exercise as follows:

Tender No.

Type of Services

Closing Date


TDMP 24/18


Proposed of Engineering Consultancy Service for Installation Boiler Particulate Emission System at Sungai Tong Palm Oil Mill & Kemaman Palm Oil Mill TDM Plantation Sdn Bhd.


Please refer Request for Proposal for your references (Appendix A).


17 December 2018



4.30 pm



Tenderers are COMPULSORY to produce the Company’s Profile, Bank Statement (latest 3 months), Latest Audited Report, relevant experience and other completed projects for technical evaluation.


The quotation documents, duly completed and signed by the authorised person of the Company, must be submitted on or not later than 4.30pm, Monday, 17 December 2018. All quotation documents need to be HAND DELIVERED and to be deposited into the official tender box as address below:



Chief Executive Officer

TDM Plantation Sdn Bhd

Level 2, Bangunan UMNO Terengganu

Lot 3224, Jalan Masjid Abidin

20100 Kuala Terengganu



U/P: Procurement Unit




Quotations received after the closing date/time will NOT be considered.

TDM Plantation Sdn Bhd neither bind itself to accept the lowest quotation nor to assign any reason for the rejection of any quotation. TDM Plantation Sdn Bhd will not also be responsible for any cost incurred by the tenderers.


Chief Executive Officer

28 November 2018


Jobs & Careers

Why join us?

Simply because we are a family. We believe that our employees are our true assets as their dedication, knowledge, commitment and loyalty have contributed tremendously towards the Group's success over the years.

It is no wonder, therefore, that we compensate and reward our employees competitively and fairly whilst providing excellent opportunities within the Group for improving an employee's personal skills.

We are always open to ideas, even unconventional ones, as we believe in fostering pioneering and intuitive spirits as these qualities, we hope, will add to an employee's professional and personal traits such as commitment, team spirit and the courage to take up new challenges whilst still staying true to our philosophy.

Positions Available

No position available at this time.

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