OUR HISTORY

Our businesses have a rich history, tracing our roots back to the 1930s with the founding of PT Hok Tong and PT Rubber Hock Lie in Indonesia, pioneer natural rubber producers in Southeast Asia. Today, Halcyon Agri’s workforce comprises 15,000 dedicated employees located in over 50 locations.

2018
Completes acquisition for RCMA Group’s Polymer assets including Alan L Grant, Wurfbain, Corrie MacColl, Kelvin Terminals and Momentum Technologies International.

Completed acquisition of PT Pulau Bintan Djaya.

2017
Acquisition of RCMA Group’s Polymer Division, PT Sumber Djantin , PT Sumber Alam, and PT Pulau Bintan Djaya

2016
Sinochem International makes a cash offer for Halcyon Agri and becomes its parent company.

Halcyon Agri acquires 100% of GMG Global Ltd and acquires all the natural rubber processing and distribution business of Sinochem International.

RCMA buy out Corrie, MacColl & Son

2015
Listing upgrade to the main Board of the Singapore Exchange. Acquisition of CentroTrade completed.

2014
Halcyon Agri completes 5 acquisitions (assets of Chip Lam Seng (Hevea KBI and Hevea KB II), JFL Agro (Hevea Estates), PT. Golden Energi (Hevea GE), Anson Company (including PT. Hok Tong, PT. Remco, PT. Sunan Rubber and PT. Rubber Hock Lie) and New Continent Enterprises). Acquisition of Centrotrade announced. Equity fund raising and maiden bond issue completed.

2013
Halcyon Agri completes its Initial Public Offering and is listed on the Catalist Board of the Singapore Exchange. Three acquisitions announced and two equity fund raisings completed.

2011
Halcyon Agri completes acquisition of Hevea MKI and Hevea MK II in February 2011.

RCMA acquires Alan L Grant

2010
Halcyon Agri grants an option to acquire the Hevea MK I and Hevea MK II factories.

PT. Hok Tong II factory establishes in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia.

Halcyon Agri acquires all the shares it did not already own in Hevea Global.

Halcyon Agri establishes in Singapore.

2009
Hevea Global established in Singapore as a natural rubber purchasing agent.

2008
Hevea KB II factory established in Chemor, Perak, Malaysia as Chip Lam Seng.

2006
Hevea GE factory established in Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia as PT. Golden Energi.

2005
Hevea KB I factory established in Chemor, Perak, Malaysia as Chip Lam Seng.

2001 
Wurfbain acquired Nordmaan Rassmann Kautschuk (Germany)

2000
2000 Wurfbain acquired Fenley Trading (USA)

1998
PT. Perseroan Dagang Sunan Rubber changes its name to PT. Sunan Rubber.

PT. Perseroan Dagang Hok Tong changes its name to PT. Hok Tong.

1994
PT. Remco converts status from National Private Company to Foreign Investment Company (PMA).

1991
Wurfbain acquired Pacol-Harborn providing access to the Far East markets

1989
PT Sumber Djantin Sambas established in Sambas, Kalimantan in Indonesia

1985
RCMA acquired Wurfbain, one of the oldest trading company established in 1897.

1984
PT. Hevea MK factories convert operations from remilling to producing Standard Indonesian Rubber.

1981
PT. Remco establishes additional factory in Jambi, Indonesia.

PT. Remco converts operations from remilling to producing Standard Indonesian Rubber.

1980
Indonesia’s BKPM approves NV. Handel Maatschappij Hok Tong changing its name to PT. Perseroan Dagang Hok Tong.

Completion of relocation of PT. Rubber Hock Lie Pulau Brayan factory to its current location in Sunggal, Medan.

PT. Hevea MK II established in Palembang, South Sumatra.

Corrie, MacColl & Son celebrated its 200th anniversary in 1980

1979
PT. Remco factories are expanded and modernised.

1978
NV. Handel Maatschappij En Rubberfabriek Hock Lie adopts Indonesian constitution and changes name to PT. Rubber Hock Lie.

PT. Hok Tong establishes additional factory in Jambi, Indonesia.

1975
PT Pulau Bintan Djaya factory established in Bintan, Indonesia, processed and sold rubber to traders in Singapore

1969
PT. Sunan Rubber converts operations from remilling to producing Standard Indonesian Rubber.

1967
PT Sumber Djantin convert re-milling factory into a crumb rubber processing factory in Pontianak, Kalimantan in Indonesia

1962

PT. Hevea MK founded as PT. Muara Kelingi and commenced operations in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia.

1952
Alan L Grant established as a natural rubber trading company in New York, USA

1950
PT. Remco established as NV. Hadji Djamaloedin and Hadji Shamsoedin Rubber Remilling Company, based in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia.

PT. Rubber Hock Lie establishes an additional factory in Rantau Prapat, North Sumatra, Indonesia.

1949
PT. Sunan Rubber established as NV. Sunan Handel Maatschappij based in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia.

1946
Corrie, MacColl & Son Limited became a subsidiary of the Dutch estate company N.V. Deli-Maatschappij

1939
PT. Hok Tong Kalimantan factory established.

1937
PT. Hok Tong established as NV. Handel Maatschappij Hok Tong, based in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia.

1935
PT Sumber Djantin established as a re-milling factory in Pontianak, Kalimantan in Indonesia

1934
PT. Rubber Hock Lie established as NV. Handel Maatschappij En Rubberfabriek Hock Lie, based in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia.