Listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) 2nd Board under the industrial sector.
Ventured into property development with four projects. First project was in Ulu Yam in 1994, comprising of single-storey link homes.
Birth of i-Parc series (Mah Sing's industrial integrated park).
Launched maiden township development in Sri Pulai Perdana in Skudai, Johor and introduced the concept of gated and guarded living for link homes in Johor.
Transferred from 2nd Board to the main Board of Bursa Malaysia.
The Group acquired land for its 1st township in Klang Valley, Aman Perdana.
Ventured into Penang and launched Southbay.
Expanded into commercial properties with The Icon, Jalan Tun Razak.
Continued i-Parc series industrial developments with i-Parc 1, 2 and 3 in Klang Valley
Expanded presence to southern Klang Valley with Garden Residence, Cyberjaya and Kinrara Residence, Puchong
Continued township development in Klang Valley with M Residence in Rawang
Expanded into Kota Kinabalu, Sabah with Sutera Avenue.
Launched Southville City @ KL South in Bangi.
The Group further strengthened its foothold in Klang Valley with developments such as Lakeville Residence in Jalan Kuching and D’sara Sentral
The Group launched its largest township by acreage, Meridin East in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor, spanning 1,313 acres.
Launched new corporate logo.
The Group launched Mah Sing’s very own ‘MY Mah Sing’ app which enhances the customers’ homeownership experience.
The Group celebrated its 25th anniversary since its venture into the property development industry & acquired 3 new lands in in Klang Valley which are M Oscar (off Kuchai Lama), M Luna (Kepong) and M Adora (Wangsa Melawati).
The Group announced its diversification into healthcare by venturing into glove manufacturing.