Capturing Synergy

Growing from its core activity in timber processing, Aturmaju has expanded into upstream and downstream timber activities. The Group now owns about 30.000 acres of logging concession in Sabah. Aturmaju's mills have the capacity to process 4,000 cubic metres of sawn timber and 8,000 cubic metres of plywood per month. The downstream manufacturing sector produces Blockboard, Wooden Flooring Board and Multiple Plywood.

Social Contribution

Aturmaju, being a responsible Corporate Citizen believes in giving back to society what it has derived from it. Toward this end, Aturmaju has donated millions of ringgit in kind and cash towards the betterment of the community in Tawau and Kalabakan. Aturmaju has donated generously towards the construction of clinic cum dispensary, teacher quarters and a mosque in Kalabakan and also towards SRJK Yuk Chin, Sabah Chinese High School and SRJK Chung Hwa for projects such as school hall, class room, complexes and a mini zoo.

Hallmark of Excellence

Aturmaju is committed in providing its personnel the opportunity for training and career advancement because it believes that human resource is its most valuable asset. Presently, the Group employs over 1,000 personnel in its various upstream and downstream timber activities. Because a satisfied workforce brings about greater commitment and productivity, Aturmaju shall continuously strive to ensure that its staff and families have adequate facilities such as housing, health care, education and leisure.

Bold Vision

Having created a name for itself in the timber industry, Aturmaju looks forward to the future with optimism. With a committed human resource team that has vast experience and a strategic location for its integrated timber complex, Aturmaju is poised to enter the next millennium with boldness and confidence. Greater emphasis would be placed on research and development to improve and produce high quality value added products for its clientele. This is because Aturmaju believes in the maxim that excellence is a journey, not a destination.