Intercontinental Specialty Fats Sdn Bhd
Intercontinental Specialty Fats Sdn Bhd (ISF) was incorporated in 1980 as a specialty oils & fats manufacturer, with a paid-up capital of RM85.86 million. Our main business is the production and marketing of specialty fats to chocolate, confectionary, bakery, snack food & ice cream industries. We choose to position ourselves as a partner rather than a supplier, to our Clients whose operations are sited in every continent of the world. Being international in scope, ISFâ€™s business activities include commercial & technical advisory services to Clients, with their varied requirements according to the unique environment they operate within. Besides providing our Clients with Market Oil Price Trends information, we also provide Research & Development and Product Application services to Clients, to help them stay ahead of the competition.
ISFâ€™s unswerving adherence to stringent Quality Control & Quality Assurance measures, coupled with effectively implemented Food Safety & Quality Management Systems ensures that hygienic, high quality products are consistently produced & efficiently delivered to every Client in a prompt manner. In 2003, ISFâ€™s HACCP System was approved to the RvA Standard by Lloydâ€™s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA). Simultaneously, our Quality Management System was also approved by the LRQA to the ISO 9001:2000 Standard.
The Mission of ISF is to provide our Clients with hygienic, safe, optimum quality, cost-competitive functional specialty oil & fats that fulfill their contemporary needs, to the benefit of all stakeholders concerned.
Supply Chain Certification
|03 Mar 2013
||27 Feb 2017
||2 Sites: Lot 12459, Batu 33 1/2, Jalan Banting/Dengkil 43800 Dengkil, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia; Lot 4, Solok Hishamudin 9/20, Kawasan Perusahaan Selat Klang Utara, P.O. Box 207, 42009 Port Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan
|29 Feb 2012
||28 Feb 2017
||Dengkil & Port Klang
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