SOP Foods, a subsidiary of Sarawak Oil Palms Berhad (SOPB) launched two new products, namely Crescent Margarine and Crescent Shortening.
SALCRA’s establishment is aligned with Sarawak Government’s effort to transform the rural areas in the State into a vibrant sector, as well as close the development gap between rural and urban areas, thus improving the locals’ livelihood.
The hair market is saturated with all types of hair dyes. But did you know, one wrong pick can hurt your hair. There are important considerations to make before you pick your favourite colour.
ISUZU launched the all-new D-Max X-Terrain in Sarawak late April, lifting the veil on their iconic 4×4 double cabin pick-up truck that is now quieter, more comfortable and more powerful than before.
SALCRA Palm Oil Mills jumping on the “green bandwagon” and incorporating greening initiatives as part of their business practices.
The State has successfully hosted The Asia Pacific Regional Hub Congress for the 59th International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) from Nov 1-3, 2020 with remarkable response from the Asia Pacific business events industry.
When one think of the tasteful varieties of spices around the world, Pepper (Piper Nigrum) will distinctively come to mind. This is evidently true because pepper is widely used in cuisines and very deeply ingrained in many cultures.
Before the development of LitSara® into personal care products, the Litsea cubeba plant has long been used traditionally, by the indigenous communities of Borneo.
The indigenous communities of Sarawak, especially those living in the remote villages such as those in the Ulu Baram and Ulu Limbang districts, are often economically marginalised. On top of that, they also face the challenges of diminishing forest resources. At the same time, these natives are craftswomen and craftsmen known for their exceptional craftsmanship in producing all sorts of handicraft.
In Malaysia belian (Eusideraoxylon zwageri) is the hardest wood found in the forest and has been used since time immemorial. The indigenous peoples in Sarawak and Sabah used it for buildings and structures as well as for their art pieces like masks, effigies like the kenyalang (hornbill bird) in Sarawak, which is symbolic of the Iban God.