Interflour operates four flour mills in Malaysia. The company is the market leader in East Malaysia where its Lahad Datu, Sabah and Sarawak mills are located. It is the third largest miller in Peninsula Malaysia and is gearing up to double its capacity in this region during the next two years.
Prestasi Flour Mill
Prestasi Mill is the third largest in Peninsular Malaysia. Situated at Port Klang in Kuala Lumpur, it has a milling capacity of 500 tons per day and a port facility which can take Panamax size vessels. Visit the Prestasi Flour Mill site for more details on the mill and contacts.
Sarawak Flour Mill
Sarawak mill was commissioned in 1992 and is located in the industrial area of Kuching, East Malaysia. The milling capacity is 280 tons per day. Visit the Sarawak Flour Mill site for more details on the mill and contacts.
Sabah Flour and Feed Mills
Sabah mill, situated on the small island of Labuan off the west coast of Sabah, was commissioned in 1972. It has a milling capacity of 260 tons per day. The mill has its own jetty with a 9.3 draft and can take vessels up to 35,000 tons. Visit the Sabah Flour and Feed Mills site for more details on the mill and contacts.
Lahad Datu Flour Mill
Lahad Datu mill was commissioned in 1999 and has a milling capacity of 84,000MT per year, with storage capacity of 24,000MT. There are shared wharf facilities. Visit the Lahad Datu Flour Mill site for more details on the mill and contacts.