Kumpulan Fima Berhad ("KFima") was incorporated by the Malaysian Government on 24th February 1972 under the name Fima Sdn Bhd. KFima's first business was canning of pineapples when Pineapple Cannery of Malaysia (PCM) was organised as KFima's wholly owned subsidiary. KFima was converted to a public company and changed its name to Kumpulan Fima Berhad.

In 1981, KFima became the controlling shareholder of Fima Metal Box Berhad, now known as Fima Corporation Berhad ("FimaCorp"), a company listed on the Main Board of Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad ("Bursa Malaysia").

A decade later, KFima underwent a Management Buy-Out (MBO) in line with the privatisation policy of the Malaysian Government. In 1996 KFima was listed on the Main Board of KLSE now known as Bursa Malaysia.

Today, KFima is a diversified group with business in manufacturing, plantation, bulking and Food sectors.


Production and trading of security
and confidential documents


Oil palm and pineapple
cultivation and processing


Manufacturing and distribution of
canned fish and food packaging


Bulk handling and storage of various types
of liquid; as well as transportation
and forwarding services


Investment holding and
property investment