Company Timeline

Incorporated in July 1997 as a private limited company under Malaysia Company's Act 1965. Consobiz Ventures is pricipally engaged in the business of manufacturing and trading of disposable baby diapers. The manufacturing of disposable baby diapers (with special emphasis for private labels) is the core business activity. 24% of equity shares in Consobiz Ventures Sdn Bhd is invested by JM Permata Sdn Bhd. By May 2001 JM Permata Sdn Bhd has acquired Consobiz Ventures Sdn Bhd as its subsidiary by owning 100% of its equity shares.

JM Permata Sdn Bhd (JMP) was established in 1984, initially as a trading company. JMP dealt with cotton baby napkins, PVC tie-pants and various baby toys and accessories. In the early 1990's, JMP started importing disposable baby diapers.

In 1997, JMP started manufacturing disposable baby diapers. The factory was a joint venture with a local company dealing with baby products. The joint venture, Consobiz Ventures Sdn Bhd, started production with 1 Fameccanica line.

In 1999, JMP took over a baby diaper plant in the south of Malaysia. That plant had 2 Fameccanica baby diaper lines and operated under the name DTI Manufacturing Sdn Bhd.

In 2000, JMP acquired all the shares of Consobiz (which already had 2 machines by then), then consolidated operations of all 4 machines in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. In 2005, JMP acquired its 5th Fameccanica machine.

By the 4th quarter of 2007, JMP transferred one of its machines to Tanggerang, Jakarta, Indonesia. JMP's subsidiary in Indonesia, PT Consobiz Ventures, started commercial production in January 2008.

JMP takes pride in its established track record as a manufacturer of high quality baby diapers for the domestic as well as export markets.

Since JMP started its operations more than 20 years ago, JMP has established and maintained strong relationships and partnerships with its customers -- international and local companies, hypermarkets and supermarkets in Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, India, South Africa, Mauritius, Seychelles and the Middle East.