FAQ

Jawala is  a forest resource company focusing on industrial tree plantations in Malaysia’s Sabah state specialises in sustainable management of forestry resources, and planting and extraction of timber.

Forest management activities shall be consistent with sustainable management practices for planted forests, according to Principle 10 as prescribed by the Forest Stewardship Council, or the Malaysian Criteria and Indicators for Forest Plantations under the Malaysian Timber Certification Council

  • Licensed to manage a Commercial Forest Reserve (Class II) of approx.11,043 hectares in Sapulut Forest Reserve (approx. 9,037 hectares for planting)
  • Agreement with the Sabah Government expires 31 December 2115, subject to another 100-year extension by the Chief Minister
  • Awarded the Sabah Timber Legality Assurance System, Principles 1 to 3 by the Sabah Forestry Department
  • Sold 29,589m3 and 19,531m3 of logs for FY2017 and 1Q2018, respectively
  • Main species of round logs harvested: mixed seraya, kapur, keruing and selangan batu