2012

» Acquisition of 51% equity stake in Collingwood Plantations Pte Ltd (“CPPL”) by KLK Overseas Investments Limited, making CPPL a subsidiary of KLK. CPPL through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Ang Agro Forest Management Ltd, currently has the registered rights to approximately 44,000 hectares of leased land located in the town/Fourmil of Tufi in Northern Province, Papua New Guinea which it intends to develop into oil palm plantations.

» KLK made an issuance of RM1 billion in nominal value 10-year Islamic Medium Term Notes (“IMTN”) under its Multi-Currency IMTN Programme with CIMB Investment Bank Berhad and Maybank Investment Bank Berhad as joint lead managers.

» Disposal of of the entire global Crabtree & Evelyn business via the sale of 100% of the equity interest in CE Holdings Limited to Khuan Choo International Limited.

» Acquisition of 95% equity stake in PT. Anugrah Surya Mandiri (“PT ASM”) by KL-Kepong Plantation Holdings Sdn Bhd, making PT ASM a subsidiary of KLK. PT ASM currently holds a Certificate of Izin Lokasi for land measuring approximately 3,700 hectares located in Kampung Batu Putih, Kecamatan Batu Putih, Kabupaten Berau, Republic of Indonesia which it intends to develop into oil palm plantations.


2011

» KLK, via its wholly-owned subsidiary, Crabtree & Evelyn (Hong Kong) Limited has incorporated a new wholly-owned subsidiary namely, Crabtree & Evelyn (Shanghai) Limited in the People’s Republic of China.

» KLK, via its wholly-owned subsidiaries, KL-Kepong Industrial Holdings Sdn Bhd and KL-Kepong Plantation Holdings Sdn Bhd, has incorporated a new wholly-owned subsidiary, namely PT. KLK Dumai, in the Republic of Indonesia. The principal activity of PT. KLK Dumai is in the Basic Organic Chemicals derived from Agricultural Products Industry.

» KLK’s wholly-owned subsidiaries namely, KLK Emmerich and KLK Oleo Europe both of which are incorporated in Germany, had received notices from the local courts in Germany that the merger process was completed on 30 May 2011. As a result of the merger, the separate existence of KLK Oleo Europe had ceased and merged with and into the surviving corporation, KLK Emmerich.


2010

» Merger of KLK’s wholly-owned subsidiaries in Germany namely, KLK Emmerich, Rheinsee 312 and Uniqema. As a result of the merger, the separate existence of Rheinsee 312 and Uniqema had ceased and merged with and into the surviving corporation, KLK Emmerich, on 29 September 2010.

» Acquisition of Uniqema GmbH & Co. KG (now known as Uniqema OHG) (“Uniqema”) by KLK, together with its wholly-owned subsidiaries, KLK Emmerich and Rheinsee 312, of the entire interest and business assets used in the business of Uniqema.

Uniqema’s business is in the manufacture of basic oleochemicals (fatty acids and glycerine. The products manufactured by Uniqema are used by a wide variety of industries as intermediates for the manufacture of food additives, detergents, fabric softeners, cosmetics, lubricants, plastic additives, etc.

» Acquisition of a shelf company incorporated in Germany by KLK namely, Rheinsee 312.V V GmbH (“Rheinsee 312″) which is involved in the manufacturing and selling of oleochemicals.

» Acquisition of a shelf company incorporated in Germany by KLK namely, Rheinsee 311.V V GmbH (now known as KLK Emmerich GmbH) (“KLK Emmerich”) which is involved in the manufacturing and selling of oleochemicals.

» Acquisition of 95% equity stake in PT. Alam Karya Sejahtera (“PT AKS”) by PT. Sekarbumi Alamlestari, making PT AKS a subsidiary of KLK.

PT AKS holds Certificates of Izin Lokasi for approximately 5,900 hectares located in Kecamatan Membalong and Kecamatan Dendang, Belitung, Republic of Indonesia which it intends to develop into oil palm plantations.