2019

ICP’s new Kuantan Spun Pile Factory is up and running to support growing demand in the East Coast.

2016

ICP sets market benchmark in Malaysia by supplying Grade 100 spun piles for a project, making it the first company in Malaysia to produce and supply Grade 100 piles.

2014

ICP opens its second spun pile factory in Ulu Choh, Johor to serve the rapid growth in the Southern region.

2011

Introduced Grade 90 spun pile into the market.

2008

ICP opened its spun pile factory in Senai, Johor to cater to demand from the Southern region and Singapore market.

2004

ICP became a wholly owned subsidiary of IJM Corporation Berhad under the conglomerate’s Industry Division.

2004


ICP entered The Malaysia Book of Records for manufacturing the longest precast concrete pile of 46 meters in a single piece.

2002

ICP acquired Fututech Berhad’s steel division in Senai, Johor – an addition to its in-house PC Bar supplier.

2000

Durabon Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of ICP was set up as an in-house supplier of PC Bars.

1996

ICP set up another spun pile factory in Jawi, Seberang Perai, Penang, subsequently closing the Prai factory.

1994

ICP acquired two spun pile factories in Ipoh, Perak and Nilai, Negeri Sembilan.

1993

With increasing demand from overseas and East Malaysia projects as well as the expansion of marine and heavy engineering projects, ICP built its Lumut spun pile factory complete with own jetty and pile-joining facilities that can prejoin piles up to 70m in length.

1988

To meet the increase in supply demand for heavy civil engineering projects and the vast development taking place in central region, ICP opened another spun pile factory in Kapar, Klang.

1987

To widen its market in the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, ICP opened its first spun pile factory in the Eastern region, located in Gong Badak, Terengganu.

1985

Relocation of Shah Alam spun pile factory to Jalan Kebun, Klang.

1982

Bukit Tengah spun pile factory was relocated to Prai Industrial Estate, Seberang Perai.

1981

ICP’s second spun pile factory was set up in Shah Alam to cater for the Federal Highway II project and demand from the Central Region.

1977

  • ICP first began as a joint venture between Jurutama Sdn Bhd (now wholly-owned subsidiary of IJM) and Mitsui Construction Co. Ltd, Japan for the construction of Prai Power Station.

 

  • The first spun pile factory was set up in Bukit Tengah, Seberang Perai, Penang.

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Industrial Concrete Products Sdn. Bhd.

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