Our History

2010 : We celebrated our 60 year legacy, having lived by to our motto "Building Brands You Trust", as evidenced by numerous category leaderships and awards in the FMCG categories of cooking oil, margarine, beverage, and household and personal care.

: Dara Lam Soon Plantation Sdn. Bhd. completes replanting its palm oil estate in Pahang with high oil yielded seedlings. The company also constructs and commissions a new mill of 35 metric ton per hour in its plantation estate.

In 2011, LSEO commissioned its Distribution Centre in Bukit Minyak, Penang. This RM35.0 million investment was undertaken to cater to the growing volume of FMCG sales. It is the second of our new generation of distribution centres for the 21st century, the first being Senai, Johor (commissioned 2006).

The new Distribution Centre incorporates a number of green features in its building design and has been certified with Malaysian Green Building Index, underscoring your Group’s commitment to create a sustainable environment.

Lam Soon’s plantations certified RSPO
2017 : Lam Soon’s oil palm estates in Lahad Datu, Sabah and Muadzam Shah, Pahang have been certified by the Roundtable Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) Principles & Criteria.

The RSPO certification comes under the Identity Preserved (IP) Supply Chain Model for the production of sustainable crude palm oil and palm kernel.

Lam Soon’s plantations invest in sustainability and workers’ welfare
2018 : Lam Soon’s oil palm plantations completed the following projects.
  1. Palm oil mill in Muadzam Shah, Pahang (Dara Lam Soon)
    Dara Lam Soon has installed and commissioned a palm oil mill effluent dewatering machine. The said machine continuously de-sludges solid from the pond, the sludge cake is then used as organic fertiliser for the oil palm trees. In this process, the biochemical oxygen demand of mill effluent is also indirectly reduced to a permissible level before being discharged from the effluent pond.
  2. Workers’ housing & facilities, Lahad Datu, Sabah (Lam Soon Plantations) Lam Soon Plantations constructed two units of semi-detached staff houses and 20 units of workers’ houses to replace wooden houses. In addition, it completed a primary school and kindergarten complex to house 180 of its workers’ children, and a new ‘surau’ for Muslim workers.
The projects are in line with Lam Soon Group’s commitment to running its business sustainably.

2018 : Lam Soon made a significant investment by acquiring a controlling stake in An Long Food Joint Stock Company (ALF). ALF is the only sizable edible oil company that is privately held, with a year-on-year growth rate of over 30% in value.

ALF is ranked number three in the consumer edible oil market in Vietnam and their bestselling brand is happi Koki which is sold through its nationwide network of over a hundred distributors in the General Trade and 13 major international and domestic key accounts in Modern Trade.

The investment is In line with the Group’s long-term strategy in the Vietnam FMCG market.


Lam Soon Cyber Valley Distribution Centre (DC)
2019 : LSEO commissioned its Distribution Centre in Cyberjaya, Selangor. Board Members of Lam Soon (M) Berhad officiated the opening of Lam Soon Cyber Valley Distribution Centre (DC) for the Central Region on 26 June 2019. Cyber Valley DC is Lam Soon Group’s third 21st Century DC, after Senai, Johor and Bukit Minyak, Penang. It is equipped with a modern WMS system and a floor area of 277,000 sq. ft., 22,000 pallets and 43 loading bays to meet growing demand from our FMCG customers in the Central Region.

Underscoring the Group’s commitment to create a sustainable environment, the Cyber Valley DC has been certified a green building under GBI. The projects are in line with Lam Soon Group’s commitment to running its business sustainably.

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