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Felcra Berhad
Company typeState-owned enterprise
PredecessorFederal Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority (Felcra)
Founded1966; 58 years ago (1966)
HeadquartersWisma Felcra, Lot 4780, Jalan Rejang, Setapak Jaya, Peti Surat 12254, 50772 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Key people
Ahmad Jazlan Yaakub, Chairman &
Dato' Idris Lasim, Chief Executive Officer
ParentMinister of Finance Incorporated

Felcra Berhad is a corporate organisation wholly owned by the Malaysian Government, under the Minister of Finance (Incorporated).

Felcra Berhad was started off and initially established as a statutory body in 1966 with the name Federal Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority (Felcra), with the objective to develop rural areas by helping the rural community to join in economic activities and to improve their living standards. Its goal is to create a dynamic, attractive and profitable rural sector.

It became a company in 1997, and was as of October 2018 reported to be managing 220,086 hectares of plantation and farmland of 111,684 Felcra settlers and their families, and 30,189 hectares of Felcra's own land.[1]



  1. Felcra Plantation Services Sdn Bhd
  2. Felcra Agro Industry Sdn Bhd
  3. Felcra Urus Estet Sdn Bhd
  4. Felcra Cambodia Private Limited
  5. Felcra Processing & Engineering Sdn Bhd
  6. Felcra Bina Sdn Bhd
  7. Felcra Properties Sdn Bhd
  8. Felcra Training & Consultancy Sdn Bhd
  9. Felcra Education Services Sdn Bhd
  10. Felcra Niaga Sdn Bhd
  11. Felcra Bekalan & Perkhidmatan Sdn Bhd
  12. Felcra Livestock & Agri Product Sdn Bhd
  13. Yayasan Felcra
  14. Permodalan Felcra Sdn Bhd

Joint Venture[edit]

  1. Felcra Daya Khas Plantation Sdn Bhd
  2. Felcra Balingian Plantation Sdn Bhd
  3. Felcra Ever Herald Sdn Bhd
  4. Felcra Gedong Plantation Sdn Bhd
  5. Felcra Sundar Awat-Awat Plantation Sdn Bhd
  6. Felcra Pelita Jemoreng Sdn Bhd


  1. Felcra Jaya Putra Sdn Bhd
  2. Sinergi Perdana Sdn Bhd
  3. Felcra Jaya Mukah Sdn Bhd
  4. Felcra Jaya Samarahan Sdn Bhd


  1. ^ Ida Lim (3 May 2019). "Umno MP Bung Moktar claims trial to taking RM2.8m bribe as Felcra director (VIDEO)". Malay Mail. Retrieved 3 May 2019.

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