About The Company

Our Berjayapak Story

Berjayapak Sdn Bhd began in 1984 as a family business. It is the family that started the business
and it is also the family culture that makes many of its employees stay on year after year.


The business operated out of Penang island until they ran out of space as making pallets, crates and boxes needed ample space not just for timber but also finished goods. They relocated to Bukit Tengah’s furniture industrial estate but even Bukit Tengah proved too small for them. As a result of a growing demand for wood pallets and boxes, they decided to invest in a plot of land to build their own factory in Sungai Bakap in 1997. In fact, Berjayapak was the first business to venture into the Sungai Bakap area to develop their factory. 

Our Journey

It is the family that started the business and it is also the family culture that makes many of its employees stay on year after year.

The Early Days
Pioneer founder, Ooi Chang Seaw, fondly known as CS, who sits on the Board of Directors until today, said he decided to go into the wood packaging business when he was still running his sundry goods business. Back then, he was supplying essential items to factories in the Bayan Lepas Free Trade Zone.

(Watch the founders’ story via video.)

CS recalled, “There was a spike in demand for wooden boxes and crates in the 1980s. We started making these products for rubber sheet manufacturers who needed these boxes to transport rubber sheets.” Initially, the business was named Syarikat Perusahaan Berjaya. 

Founders Ooi Eng Leng (left) and CS Ooi
with the first hammer that made the business.
Awards We’ve Won

Berjayapak is focused on creating true sustainability and legacy through its initiatives for its people, the place it operates from and ultimately, for the planet.

Berjayapak is your reliable global supply chain partner for wood-based packaging solutions from pallet design to warehousing support.

Proudly Associated With
  • National Wooden Pallet & Container Association
  • Global Wood Packaging Forum 
  • Malaysia Pallet Association
  • Malaysia Wood Industries Association
  • Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers
  • Penang Furniture & Timber Industry Association