Malaysia is currently the third largest furniture exporter in Asia and more than 50% of the RM10 billion Malaysian furniture exports are coming from the district of Muar in Johor, where the Muar Furniture Park (MFP) is strategically located. Developed on 986 acres of land at Bakri in Muar, the Muar Furniture Park is the First Furniture Hub in Malaysia and is designated to welcome medium and light industries related to wood trading, furniture manufacturing and support services.
A state conglomerate which has successfully developed and managed 34 industrial parks spanning 16,280 acres throughout Johor.
Strategically located at midpoint between two large cities: Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru, as well as easy access to major shipping ports and Singapore.
The furniture manufacturing business has developed in Muar since more than 5 decades and has a complete furniture business support ecosystem.
Obtained Development Order approval from the local authority and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) from the Department of Environment
Offering investors connectivity to all main utilities such as portable & industrial water, electricity, natural gas, high-speed broadband and others
The Muar Furniture Park (MFP) is strategically located at Bakri, near to the Muar Town Centre (13km) and is connected to the North South Expressway (NSE) through Pagoh Tol Plaza (25km). MFP is located at midpoint between two largest cities in the country: Kuala Lumpur (200km) to the North and Johor Bahru (151km) to the south. North South Expressway (NSE) also gives access to an international airport (140km), major sea ports (161-192km) and the neighboring Singapore (195km).
The Muar Furniture Park is developed in 4 phases and within a total of 986 acres of land, in which 642 acres are leasable.
Phase 1 Several medium industries land is still available Phase 2 Industrial land in this area are almost sold out Phase 3 Area where the Workers' Hostel is located. Industrial land is still available Phase 4 Area with the combination of Commercial Lands, Cargo Consolidation Area and Light Industrial Land are still available
Video footage of infrastructures at Muar Furniture Park (November 2021)