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I received an email through the contact form submitted from one Mr. Oliver Mauss.

He is looking for a 2 hectare piece of land, industrial space, unused factory, or parking lot, etc near the port of Lahad Datu, Sabah. He is currently looking into POIC, but do not want to pay the premium of that development. Lease period is 2-3 years.

Owner or agent are welcome to assist Mr. Mauss.

Mr. Mauss can be contacted at +8190 9855 6827 or you may email him at omauss@gmail.com


A bit about POIC
What is POIC ?
POIC stands for Palm Oil Industrial Cluster.
The Sabah State Government set up POIC Sabah Sdn Bhd to spearhead palm oil downstream processing so as to add value to its 1.4 million hectares of oil palm plantations, to create jobs and business opportunities.

POIC Sabah Sdn Bhd is developing the palm oil industrial cluster in Lahad Datu (or POIC Lahad Datu), in south eastern Sabah. It began with about 500 acres in 2005 and will cover more than 3,000 acres when it is fully developed.

Aside from investments directly linked to palm oil, the POIC Lahad Datu also offers opportunities to a wide range of supporting industries needed for a sector which contributed RM4 billion in state revenue and employs 130,000.

For more info, visit POIC Sabah 


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