Established in 1963, PanaHome Corporation traces its roots back to the passionate vision of Konosuke Matsushita, founder of Panasonic Corporation, who believed in building quality houses to better people’s lives. As the housing subsidiary of the Panasonic Group, PanaHome recorded consolidated net sales of 325.6 billion yen for the year ended 31 March 2015.
PanaHome has built a total of about 470,000 residences in Japan over the past 50 years. It has expanded its business overseas, to Taiwan in 2010, and Malaysia in 2012. In April 2015, it established PanaHome Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. to strengthen its foothold in the housing industry across the Southeast Asia and Oceania region. The company aims to generate 15 billion yen in sales from the Malaysian market by FY2018 (year ending March 2019).
For more information on PanaHome, please visit the company's website at http://www.panahome.jp/english/ Connect with Panasonic Homes & Living on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/panasonichousing
About MKH Berhad
MKH Berhad (formerly known as Metro Kajang Holdings Bhd), is an established property developer in Kajang - Semenyih with an uninterrupted profit track record since its inception 35 years ago. Since 1979, MKH has earned a distinguished reputation in improving quality of lives by building good quality homes and integrated townships, while 2008 marked the Groups’ foray in to oil palm plantation. Successfully listed on Bursa Malaysia in October 1995, MKH has completed more than 35,000 units of properties in Kajang and Greater Kuala Lumpur with a total value exceeding RM11.6 billion.
The Group has garnered a string of awards including the “Best Company for Investor Relations 2014”, “Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2014”, “The Green Tech Award”, “The Edge Malaysia Affordable Urban Housing Excellence Award 2014 & 2015,” “The Edge Top Property Developers Award 2015”, and “Asia Pacific Property Award” for its seven property developments, apart from recognition of Management leaders for their role in transforming the Kajang township and contributing to Malaysia’s property industry. MKH acquired up to 90 years concession for its 15,900 hectares of plantation land in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Its CPO mill has been upgraded to fully operating at 90 metric tonne per hour.
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