Tropicrop - Dedicated to our work and you. Tropicrop - Committed to ensure the continuous profitability and sustainability. Tropicrop - We have the experience and capability to provide a wide range of Plantation Services to the handling of Agricultural Produce

About Tropicrop

The Tropicrop Group was incorporated in Malaysia in 1992 with the primary aim of providing efficient and comprehensive services to the plantation and agro-based industries as well as processing installations for plantation products.

Tropicrop is your dedicated partner to the successful establishment of your projects and is committed to ensure the continuous profitability and sustainability of your venture.

We are committed to ensuring sustainable and economically viable project management with emphasis on Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Conservation

Our Core Specialty

With the inception of Agricultural Services and International Management, Tropicrop Group is in a position to offer exemplary and comprehensive plantation agro-management as well as agro-forestry management services to agro-based industries in the Asia Pacific Region and the Tropics. The group's technical capabilities in processing would also enhance value additions to plantation produce of the projects.

The scope of services includes a broad category of the following:

  • Pre-Development Studies and Assessment
  • Development and Establishment of Plantations
  • Management and Advisory Services
  • Agronomic Services
  • Agro-forestry Management
  • Sustainable Tropical Forest Management
  • Reforestation of Logged Over Land
  • Handling and Forwarding of Agricultural Produce
  • Horticultural and Landscaping Advisory Services
  • Plantation Management Information Systems
  • Palm Oil Mill Consultancy
  • Rubber Factory Establishment
  • Rubber Process Management and Consultancy

Daily CPO Prices


  • Crude palm oil futures on Malaysia’s derivatives exchange fell Thursday as traders took profits after a rally the previous session and as Chicago soyoil futures fell.
  • Crude palm oil futures on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives eased Monday after rising to a three-week high, with traders booking profits–mirroring a slide in CBOT soyoil futures amid worries that the euro-zone debt crisis may not be resolved as soon as hoped.