Dan Kaffe (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
7, Jalan Angkasa Mas 6,
Kawasan Perindustrian Tebrau 2,
81100 Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia.
+607-353 6350
+607-353 6354


Dan Kaffe (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (DKM) establishes standards to ensure that working conditions are safe, the workers are treated with respect and dignity and business operations are environmentally responsible and conducted ethically.

The Policy is made up of four sections. Sections A, B, and C outline standards for Labour, Health and Safety, and the Environment, while Section D and E adds standards relating to business ethics and anti-fraud, anti-corruption & anti-bribery.


DKM is committed to uphold the human rights of workers, and to treat them with dignity and respect. This applies to all workers including temporary, migrant, student, contract, direct employees, and any other type of worker.

The labour standards are:
1. Freely Chosen Employment
The Company shall not use any indentured or forced labour in the manufacturing process. All applicants for employment in the company voluntarily seek employment not under any forced condition.

2. Child Labor
The Company shall not recruit any employees with age below 16 years as defined in the Employment Act 1955 (Employment of Children and Young Persons Act).

3. Working Hours
All employees’ working hours and overtime work hours strictly follow Malaysia Labour Law. Overtime work should be voluntary and No employee shall be forced to work overtime. Employees shall be allowed at least one day off every seven days.

4. Wages and Benefits
The Company shall pay employees’ salaries & wages overtime and other in accordance with the terms and conditions indicated in the letter of appointment of employees. These payments shall not be less than the minimum amounts stipulated by the wages boards for the relevant category employees and shall be paid within 7 days after the end of the month.

5. Humane Treatment
There is to be no harsh and inhumane treatment including any sexual harassment, sexual abuse, corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion or verbal abuse of workers; nor is there to be the threat of any such treatment.

6. Non-Discrimination
Any employee of DKM shall not subject to discriminate in employment, salary, benefits, advancement, discipline, termination, or retirement basis on gender, race, religion, age, nationality, political opinion, social or ethnic origin, union membership, or marital status.

7. Gender Equality
All employees will be treated equally  regardless of women and men. They will be treated the same rights, resources, opportunities, and protections in DKM.

DKM will not tolerate discrimination against women, enhance their meaningful participation in decision-making and leadership roles, ensure their professional development and advancement, and facilitate their equal access and control over natural resources, inputs, productive tools, advisory and financial services, training, markets, and information.

8. Freedom of Association
Every employee has the freedom of joining or not joining the trade unions, which rare registered under the Trade Union Act 1959.


DKM is committed to ensure that all of our staff works in a safe and healthy environment. At the same time, it is our policy to comply with current laws and regulations relating to safety and health.

We will take every precautionary measure to eliminate or minimize work related injuries, environment pollution, fire hazards and accidents.

To achieve an accident-free status in our business operation, we strongly emphasize continuous training and regularly hold Safety and Health meeting and “brain storm” ideas in order to improve our practices and plant design. DKM also recognize that on-going worker input and education is essential to identifying and solving health and safety issues in the workplace.


As an accountable manufacturer, supplier of coffee products and good corporate citizen, we are committed to include the environmental factor into all of our decision making and daily operations activities.
i. Endeavouring to continually prevent air, water, land and noise pollution by cultivating the self-regulating culture.
ii. Compliance with Federal, State and Local Environmental regulations, rules, policies and other requirements that are relevant.
iii. Utilize Environmental Mainstreaming Tools to continually improve on our environmental performance.


To conducts its business with the highest standards of integrity in all business interactions. We prohibit any and all forms of corruption, extortion and embezzlement.
To understand and ensures fair business practices such that employees and stakeholders work together in a professional manner with no bribes and improper advantage are not to be offered or accepted.
To provide information about our business to corporate, organization bodies and relevant business partners to enhance corporate transparency, while at the same time respect and protect information from improper uses.
To contribute to the building of a prosperous and vibrant society by providing safe, high quality products and uphold the highest standards of ethics, fair business and competition.
To  ensure the confidentiality and protection of supplier and employee whistle-blowers are maintained.

To provide protection for the reasonable expectation of privacy of personal information of all stakeholders
To provide an environment where all personnel are able to raise any concerns without fear of retaliation


Fraud is defined as any action, attempt or omission intentionally performed to obtain an unlawful benefit which adversely affects the organizational principles and interests.  
Fraud comprises as follows:  
i)  Misappropriation or misuse of financial resources and other assets of the legal entity: Illegal reallocation, misappropriation or misuse of the financial resources and other assets of the legal entity and/or administered by it to benefit personal or third-party interests.  
ii) Inadequate management of information assets: To inadequately create, access,  eliminate,  modify,  alter,  disclose  or  use  information  assets with unlawful purposes or for personal benefit.
Abuse of positions of power or trust for personal or third-party benefit against the interests of the Organization. The  following  are  several cases  included  in  this  category (which do not limit the existence of other):   

i) To offer, request, deliver or receive assets in cash or in kind, as services or benefits, in exchange for actions, decisions or omissions.
ii) To accept any kind of offering, gift or endowment for personal benefit or for the benefit of any relative and/or friend.
Any translation into other languages shall be deemed as a reference and the English version shall prevail in any case.

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