• Renamed Wilmar International Limited on 14 July 2006 upon completion of the reverse takeover of Ezyhealth Asia Pacific Ltd

  • Re-listed on the Singapore Exchange on 8 August 2006 after a successful equity placement exercise at S$0.80 per share, which raised approximately US$180 million

  • Concluded a major capacity expansion drive through the completion of:

    • three refineries with an aggregate daily capacity of 4,500 MT

    • three fractionation plants with an aggregate daily capacity of 4,500 MT

    • four palm kernel crushing plants with an aggregate daily capacity of 800 MT

    • four palm oil milling plants with an aggregate hourly capacity of 200 MT

    • one compound fertiliser manufacturing plant with a daily capacity of 1,000 MT

    • one refinery (daily capacity of 2,500 MT) and one fractionation plant (daily capacity of 2,000 MT) in East Malaysia, in a joint-venture with TSH Resources Bhd

  • Expanded oil palm plantation acreage through:

    • Acquisition of five plantation companies with a combined land bank of 85,000 hectares in Kalimantan, Indonesia

    • Acquisition of 25,000 hectares land bank by two existing subsidiaries

    • Acquisition of a plantation company with a land bank of 30,000 hectares in Jambi, Sumatra, of which 12,700 hectares are planted