To be the leading local plantation in Malaysia and international
We pledge to offer excellent services and valuable products to our customers by our strategic resources and expert in Agarwood. While venturing into hi-tech area, we continue to uphold our core values and business ethics. As the business arm of the plantation, we are committed to promote and commercialize our expertise and products. While doing this, we will simultaneously inject and inculcate the culture of entrepreneurship in the community. In aiming for profitable returns for the company, we also strive to meet our financial obligations to the Kharas Assets International while at the same time, being attentive to our employee’s welfare and development.
OUR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
Kharas Assets International is an organisation contributing to the sustainable forestry by maintaining Agarwood plantations with the commitment to continuously improve the effectiveness of our environmental management system by preventing all types of pollution and wastage whilst complying with all applicable legal and other requirements. We are further committed to conserve the environment and to protect the healthiness of our employees and community by minimising all negative environmental impacts arise from company processes, products, and services.
Group of Companies
Responsible for the R&D of inoculation technology and seedling cultivation as well as studies on producing higher grades of Argawood resin
Spearheading the development & trading in Oudh oil and other Agarwood products including Oudh-based fragrance and essentials under the Dei e Dea brand
Leading the cultivation, marketing as well as Research and Development of the first multi-crop of our Bamboo-Argawood farm in Malaysia and Southeast Asia
The fund company that managers project-partnership for mid to big-scale projects including turning hectares of abandoned land into Argawood plantation
Kharas Assets International
An Argawood plantation company and marketing liaison of Forestry Assets Sdn Bhd for local and regional markets.
Industry RegulatorsWe are linked and adheres to rules set by the following associations that regulate and assist the Argawood industry in Malaysia
The Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB) is a statutory body accredited to the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities. MTIB was established in 1973 by an Act of Parliament. The main objective is to promote and coordinate the overall development of the timber industry and provide technical, marketing and other forms of assistance to ensure their continued growth
The Jabatan Perhutanan Semenanjung Malaysia (JPSM) is one of the department under Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Malaysia. Responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring of forest management and development activities, including biodiversity conversation, ecotourism development and forest rehabilitation