Box-Pak (Malaysia) Berhad

Box-Pak (Malaysia) Bhd is principally engaged in the business of manufacturing and sales of quality Corrugated Carton Boxes, Die-cut Trays, Wraparound Cartons, Point of Purchase (POP), and Paper Palette for use in the packaging industry.

Box-Pak was incorporated on 28 December 1974 as a private limited company operated from a rented factory in Kuala Lumpur under the name of Box-Pak Company (a small partnership company). After a year, Box-Pak shifted its operations to Setapak and subsequently relocated to Batu Caves in 1984. In 1993, Box-Pak shifted its operations to the present factory in Batu Caves, Selangor, which located in the outskirt of Kuala Lumpur.

Box-Pak's initial authorised capital was RM1.0 million and was subsequently increased to RM5.0 million on 10 December 1991. The Company's paid up capital was then increased to RM1,333,333.00. Following the restructuring exercise of its parent company, Kian Joo Can Factory Berhad (“KJCF”) on 1 April 1984, Box-Pak became a wholly-owned subsidiary of KJCF by way of exchanging shares where shareholders of Box-Pak were given the shares of KJCF in exchange for shareholding in Box-Pak.

Box-Pak was converted to a public limited company on 19 September 1994 and adopted its present name. On 6 June 1996, the company offered for sale 18,060,000 shares in preparation for a public flotation. It was officially listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, now known as Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad, on 18 July 1996. As at 31 December 2007, Box-Pak’s paid-up capital has increased to RM60,023,000.00.

The dynamic revolution of business demands a commitment to quality, innovation, and flexibility to meet the diverse and ever changing needs of customers. In KJCF's endeavor to build a "Packaging Supermarket" in the region, it has teamed up with Japanese aluminium can packaging leader Mitsubishi Materials Corporation (MMC) and Japanese trading giant, Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) to form KJM Aluminium Can Sdn Bhd. KJM produces 2-piece slim retortable aluminium cans.