Who are we?
Jishan Berhad is a diversified packaging solutions provider based in Penang, Malaysia. We are primarily involved in the manufacturing of paper and plastic packaging products, namely corrugated carton box, die-cut tray, thermoforming tray, stretch film, and paper pulp tray. With more than 20 years of experience in the packaging industry, we have built a reputation in ensuring the consistency of quality products at competitive prices, on time delivery, excellence service and support to our customer.
Jishan Berhad's history can be traced back to the incorporation of Jishan Pack in 2000 by our managing director, Ng Eng Siong as a paperboard convertor in Penang. In order to expand our product range, we started trading ESD shielding bags and thermoplastic trays. In 2010, we moved into our current Plant 1 and acquired new machineries to manufacture the trays and ESD bags in-house. This allowed us to gain better control over the quality and stock availability for our customer. To accommodate higher demand, we began in-house manufacturing of corrugated paperboard as we relocated our headquarter to Plant 2. In the same year, we also set up JSP Plas to undertake the manufacturing of APET rolls which is the key material used in the production of thermoplastic trays. With our manufacturing capabilities, we then ventured into commercial plastic products mainly disposable food packaging in 2020. In January 2021, Jishan Berhad was successfully listed on LEAP Market – Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad.
In responding to the growing demand for sustainable packaging, Jishan's journey towards eco-friendliness took off in 2023. Customers sought recyclable content to plastic trays, and we were quick to meet their requirements with SIRIM-certified 40% PCR (Post Consumer Recycled) content. We have also obtained FSC certification for corrugated paper products, demonstrating our commitment to sourcing materials from sustainable origins. Looking ahead, we established a new production plant, Plant 4, to commence the manufacturing of paper pulp trays in 2024, providing a green alternative to plastic trays.