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  • ContentsFMM in Brief 2 5FMM Industry Groups on Chemicals 6 15Advertisers 16 23Products & Services 24 36

    Basic, Industrial Chemicals & Nitrogen Compound

    Agricultural Chemicals

    Plastics in Primary Forms and of Synthetic Rubber

    Paints, Paint Products, Printing Ink & Mastics

    Pharmaceuticals, Medicinal Chemicals & Botanical Products

    Soap, Detergent, Cosmetics & Toiletry Preparations

    Mineral Fuel &Mineral Oil

    Engineering & Construction

    Trading & Services

    Oleochemicals

    Petrochemicals

    Other Chemicals Products Not Elsewhere Classified

    Company Listings 37 68

    Published byFederation of Malaysian Manufacturers (7907X)Wisma FMM, No 3 Persiaran Dagang, PJU 9 Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala LumpurTel: 03-62867200 Fax: 03-62741266/7288 E-mail: webmaster@fmm.org.my Website: www.fmm.org.my

    Supported by Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia (CICM) CICM Malaysian Oleochemical Manufacturers Group (CICM MOMG) CICM Malaysian Coating Resins and Composite Group (CICM MCRCG) Fertilizer Industry Association of Malaysia (FIAM) FMM Malaysian Cosmetics and Toiletries Industry Group (FMM MCTIG) FMM Malaysian Industrial Gases Manufacturers Group (FMM MIGMA) Malaysian Biodiesel Association (MBA) Malaysian Petrochemicals Association (MPA) Malaysian CropLife & Public Health Association (MCPA) Malaysian Paint Manufacturers Association (MPMA)

    Printed byPercetakan Okid Sdn Bhd (40331-U)2 Jalan SS 13/3C, Subang Jaya Industrial Estate, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan

    No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without prior permission from Federation of MalaysianManufacturers. All rights reserved. All information and data provided in this book are accurate as at time of printing.

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  • Head OfficeWisma FMM, No 3 Persiaran DagangPJU 9, Bandar Sri Damansara52200 Kuala LumpurP OBox 28, Jinjang52000 Kuala LumpurTel: 03-62867200Fax: 03-62741266/7288E-mail: webmaster@fmm.org.myWebsite: www.fmm.org.my

    Branch OfficesKedah/Perlis BranchWisma Idealcare, No 5, 2nd FloorJalan Perdana Heights 1/1, (Lot 88)Perdana Heights, 08000 Sungai PetaniKedah Darul AmanTel: 04-4246431Fax: 04-4216876E-mail: fmmkedahperlis@fmm.org.my

    Penang Branch2767 Mukim 1, Lebuh Tenggiri 2Bandar Seberang Jaya, 13700 Prai, PenangTel: 04-3992057/4901/7805Fax: 04-3994863E-mail: fmmpenang@fmm.org.myPenang Island OfficeDPiazza Mall, No 70-3-56A, Jalan MahsuriBandar Bayan Baru, 11900 PenangTel: 04-6302050 Fax: 04-6302054E-mail: fmmpenang@fmm.org.my

    Perak BranchNo 1, Lorong Raja DiHilir(Off Jalan Raja DiHilir)30350 Ipoh, Perak Darul RidzuanTel: 05-5488660/8550/8770Fax: 05-5488221/8331E-mail: fmmperak@fmm.org.my

    Selangor BranchNo 34, Jalan Pekedai, U1/36Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park40150 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul EhsanP O Box 7510, 40718 Shah AlamSelangor Darul EhsanTel: 03-55692950/4471/4171Fax: 03-55694346/2576E-mail: fmmselangor@fmm.org.my

    Negeri Sembilan BranchNo 5 & 6, 1st Floor, Jalan S2/D38, City Centre70300 Seremban 2, Negeri Sembilan Darul KhususTel: 06-6031616/1626/1627 Fax: 06-6031628E-mail: fmmnsembilan@fmm.org.myMalacca BranchD3-4, Plaza Jayamuda, Jalan Pelanduk Putih(Off Jalan Ong Kim Wee), 75300 MelakaTel: 06-2831639/2812827 Fax: 06-2838090E-mail: fmmmalacca@fmm.org.myJohor BranchNo 1 & 3, Jalan Kencana Mas 1/1Tebrau Business ParkKawasan Perindustrian Tebrau III81100 Johor Bahru, Johor Darul TakzimTel: 07-3577613 Fax: 07-3577617/7618E-mail: fmmjohor@fmm.org.myEastern BranchB-8014, 2nd Floor, Sri Kuantan SquareJalan Teluk Sisek, 25000 KuantanPahang Darul MakmurTel: 09-5156857/6858 Fax: 09-5156855E-mail: fmmeastern@fmm.org.mySabah Representative OfficeNo 143, 1st Floor, Block Q, Lorong Plaza Permai 1Alamesra Plaza Permai, Sulaman Coastal Highway88400 Kota Kinabalu, SabahTel: 088-447580 Fax: 088-447570E-mail: fmmsabah@fmm.org.mySarawak Representative OfficeLevel 5 (South), Wisma STA26, Jalan Datuk Abang Abdul Rahim93450 Kuching, SarawakTel: 082-332784/2787 Fax: 082-332785E-mail: fmmsarawak@fmm.org.my

    FMM Head Office and Branches

  • Since July 2, 1968, FMM has been working alongside the Malaysian manufacturingsector as its representative voice. Committed to quality and service excellence, FMM is an ISO9001:2008 certifiedcompany limited by guarantee. FMM operates as a business organisation!Promoting and supporting manufacturing sectors interests is FMMs business!

    Led by captains of industry at Council, State Branches, issues-oriented WorkingCommittees and Industry Groups, FMM represents the manufacturing sector atinternational, regional, national, state, local authorities and industry sub-sector levels!

    FMM offers a wide range of services and activities to facilitate business operations.We are an important focal point for those seeking links with Malaysianmanufacturers for investment, trade and services.

    Join FMM for

    International Contacts 800 business enquiries a year

    Average 100,000 visits a month to MembersListing on FMM Net 30% are foreign visitors

    Trade missions and 20 international tradefairs annually

    Represented and/or managing business councils APEC Business Advisory Council-Malaysia

    Chapter, Malaysia-Thailand Business Group,Malaysian National Shippers Council,Malaysia-Singapore Business Council,East Asia Business Council, ICC Malaysia

    Domestic Market Outreach Business Opportunities Networking for SMEs

    Manufacturers-retail chain forum

    Business and export focus groups

    Manufacturers-service providers platform

    Facilitating Trade

    Authorised body to issue and endorseCertificates of Origin since 1968

    Sole distributor of ATIGA Form D, ACFTA Form E,GSP Form A, MJEPA, AKFTA, AJCEP, MPCEPA,AIFTA, MNZFTA, AANZFTA, MCFTA, MICECA

    National body to issue item numbering forbarcoding of products

    Training and Education

    18,000 trained annually through FMM Institute

    Short courses claimable under HRDF are offeredthrough Public and In-house training programmes

    Competency-based Certification coursesconducted on weekends

    Approved training provider to conduct SkillsUpgrading Programmes for SMEs so as to enjoythe SMEs Skills Upgrading Grant

    Continuous Information Updates

    Circulars on government policies, customs, trade,industry developments

    240 seminars organised a year nationwideon topical industry issues

    FMM Net exclusive on-line access toMembers Lounge

    Newsletters industry and government activities,international developments

    Government Contact and Advisory Represented on 210 Government Boards

    and Committees federal and state; sector specific and

    issues oriented

    Professional secretariat services nationwide network of HQ and 10 Branches/

    Representative Offices Business leaders network

    FMM Council, Branch Committees, WorkingCommittees, Industry Group ExecutiveCommittees & Working Groups

    Direct Membership Benefits Savings

    20% to 50% discounts off activities,programmes and publications

    Free listing annually and special rate foradvertising in FMM Directory

    Recognition FMM members are established worldwide as

    genuine and realiable businessmen

    Linkages and alliances government, domestic and international business

    GS1 MalaysiaProvides access to the following globalstandards which facilitate electroniccommerce and efficient supply chain management inall industry sectors:

    GS1 standards for item numbering (Global TradeItem Number GTIN, Global LocationNumber GLN), bar coding and electronictrading messages.

    EPCglobal standards for Electronic Product Codenumbering, RFID (radio frequency identification)and EPC network for tracking and tracing.

    * GS1 Malaysia operates under the aegis of FMM to manage anddevelop the GS1 and EPCglobal standards in Malaysia.

  • 6 CHEMICALS

    CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES COUNCIL OF MALAYSIA (CICM)Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia (CICM) was established in 1978 as anindustry group under the aegis of the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers.The primary objective of the CICM then was to organise the chemical industry inMalaysia into a cohesive group to represent Malaysias interest in the ASEANChemical Industries Council (ACIC).

    As the industry grew, CICMs interest and activities also expanded and it was feltnecessary for CICM to be established as a separate legal entity. Therefore onMarch 23, 1982, CICM was incorporated as a company limited by guarantee.In year 2001, CICM achieved another milestone by gathering Chairmen of thesub-sector chemical groups (from oleochemicals, paints, fertilizers, petrochemical,agricultural chemicals, coating resins and industrial gases industries) to participate inthe CICM Executive Committee as Honorary Members, with the view to establish astronger and better representation of the Malaysian chemical and chemical relatedindustry. CICM has the following objectives:

    To promote co-operation among manufacturers of chemicals in Malaysia

    To promote the development and interest of the chemical industry in Malaysiaand internationally by formulating recommendations on investment and exportincentives, regulatory, fiscal and monetary policies and other measures

    To serve as a channel of communication between the chemical industry and theGovernment on matters of concern and interest to the industry

    To promote safety, health and environmental (SHE) excellence and sustainabledevelopment of the chemical industry

    For more information, kindly log on to www.cicm.org.my or contact:

    Chemical Industries Council of MalaysiaWisma FMM, No. 3, Persiaran Dagang, PJU 9Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala LumpurTel: 03-62867200Fax: 03-62776714Email: secretariat@cicm.org.my

  • CICM MALAYSIAN OLEOCHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS GROUP(CICM MOMG)Malaysian Oleochemical Manufacturers Group (MOMG) was established in January1984 to represent the interest of the oleochemical producers in Malaysia. It consistsof 10 members; all located in Peninsular Malaysia and involved in the production ofbasic oleo chemicals namely fatty acids, methyl esters, fatty alcohols and glycerine.The industry comprises manufacturers made up of both local and several joint-venturecompanies with multinationals.

    The Group works closely with the Government, the academia and other relevantorganisations to address the needs, as well as to enhance the interests of theoleochemical industry. It is affiliated to the ASEAN Oleochemical Manufacturers Group(AOMG), which represents the oleochemical industry players in ASEAN. MOMG isalso a product group of the Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia (CICM) and itsmembers are committed to conduct its business in a socially responsible manner,throughResponsible Care, a global initiative representing the chemical industryscommitment to continuous improvement of all aspects of safety, health andenvironment protection of their operations.

    The Associations objectives include:

    To promote the interests of the Malaysian oleochemical industry by fosteringcommunication within and outside the industry.

    To liaise and co-operate with the Government of Malaysia on legislation, trade andother matters related to the production, sales and distribution of oleochemicals.

    To represent the Malaysian oleochemical industry on issues affecting the well-beingof the industry.

    To collect, publish and disseminate information relating to the industry and trade asa service to its members.

    For more information, please contact:

    Malaysian Oleochemical Manufacturers GroupWisma FMM, No. 3, Persiaran Dagang, PJU 9Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala LumpurTel: 03-62867200Fax: 03-62776714

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  • 8 CHEMICALS

    CICM MALAYSIAN COATING RESINS AND COMPOSITE GROUP(CICM MCRCG)Malaysian Coating Resins and Composite Group (MCRCG) consist of four members,all located in Peninsular Malaysia, who are involved in the manufacturing of coatingand composite resins in Malaysia. They are also a product group of the ChemicalIndustries Council of Malaysia (CICM). Its objectives are the following:

    To promote co-operation and co-ordination amongst coating and composite resinsmanufacturers in Malaysia;

    To represent the interest of the Malaysian coating and composite resins industry inMalaysia and as a forum to promote discussion and exchange of views on issues ofcommon concern to the industry and also ASEAN issues (including regionalgrouping, market expansion, trade related matters etc.);

    To liaise and to forward the Groups views to the government and other regulatorybodies on matters affecting the industry and to initiate the most conduciveenvironment for the overall operation of the coating and composite resins industryin Malaysia;

    To co-operate and pursue dialogue with any other Society or Association havingobjectives altogether or in part similar to the MCRCG and to procure from and tocommunicate to any such information as may be likely to forward the objectives ofthe coating and composite resins manufacturers in Malaysia;

    To accord industrys practices to responsible management of industrial health, safetyand environment according to the Responsible Care Programmes GuidingPrinciples and Six Codes of Management Practices;

    To disseminate correct information and to project a positive image of the sector asa safe industry managed by responsible stakeholders; and

    To compile and share industry statistics amongst members of the Group and alsowith the relevant Government Ministries/agencies.

    For more information, please contact:Malaysian Coating Resins and Composite Group Wisma FMM, No. 3, Persiaran Dagang, PJU 9Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala LumpurTel: 03-62867200Fax: 03-62776714

  • FERTILIZER INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIA (FIAM)Fertilizer Industry Association of Malaysia (FIAM) was founded on August 13, 1987.The founding members were Peladang Kimia Bhd, CCM Fertilizers Sdn Bhd,FPM Sdn Bhd, Pengedar Bahan Pertanian Sdn Bhd and Behn Meyer & Co (M)Sdn Bhd. At present, the membership consists 19 members. As agriculture will continueto be an important sector of the Malaysian economy, and with Malaysia dependent onimports for all its fertilizer needs except urea, FIAM has been established with thefollowing objectives:

    To promote, foster and advance, in a manner consistent with the public interest,the progress and development of the fertilizer industry which imports, manufactures,produces, processes and/or distributes fertilizers.

    To cooperate with and offer advice to Federal, State and other Authorities in matterspertaining to the fertilizer industry and provide a consensus view to Governmentbodies in Association matters.

    To inform members of the Association about Federal, State and other legislation,whether existing or proposed, and reports of Government or scientific committeeswhich affect the fertilizer industry.

    To promote the correct and efficient handling and use of fertilizers.

    To establish liaison with similar organisations and agriculture associations inMalaysia and overseas which the Association has a common interest with.

    To encourage and support scientific research into all aspects of the fertilizer industryand inform members of comm...

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