About Johor Corporation
Johor Corporation (JCorp) was established as a public enterprise and a statutory body via Johor Enactment No. 4 1968 (as amended under Enactment No. 5, 1995). As a State Investment Corporation, JCorp through its Group of Companies involves in core businesses encompassing Palm Oils (Kulim), Specialist Healthcare Services, Foods & Quick Service Restaurants, Property, Support Services and Investment, Hospitality, Intrapreneur Venture as well as New Businesses.
JCorp has since become a prominent player in several of its core businesses, particularly in Specialist Healthcare Services as well as Foods & Quick Service Restaurants. The Palm Oils sector owns operations and business interests not only in Malaysia, yet encompasses Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and U nited Kingdom. The Food & Quick Service Restaurants sector spawns from Malaysia to Singapore, Brunei, Philippines, Cambodia and India. Meanwhile, the Specialist Healthcare Services sector domestically spearheaded by JCorp has been expanded to Indonesia, Australia and Thailand.
Over the 43 years since its incorporation, JCorp as a marketdriven business entity is primarily focusing on the realisation of its goal underlined in its strategic business transformation plan while equally balancing its obligations and commitments. JCorp has translated its capacity to retain formidable financial and corporate performances amidst global economic uncertainties. Notwithstanding, with a strong business foundation, its human capital capacity, corporate ethical compliances and inculcation of virtuous values that are efficient and tactful, JCorp continues to magnify its market presence while exploring new businesses to continue discharging its role as a state development agent and implementing its corporate social responsibility.