|The Oil Palm Industries||The Oil Palm Plantations|
|The Palm||The Oil|
Malaysian Palm Oil Suppliers
Indonesian Palm Oil Commission Secretariat
C/o: Ditjen Perkebunan, Departemen Pertanian
Gedung C Lantai 5 Ruang 504 Kanpus Deptan
Jl. Harsono RM No. 3 Ragunan - Jakarta Selatan 12550 Indonesia
Projected Production of Palm Oil (2000–2020) (million tonnes)
World Major Exporters of Palm Oil ('000 tonnes)
|Papua New Guinea||336||327||324||327||339||295||362||368||395|
|Others||896||1,099||1,027||1,320||1,647||1736||2 121||2 474||2,665|
|Palm oil price stood at US$798 (RM2,539) a tone in September
It is estimated that the price could be in the US$800 to US$850 a tone range in 2015.
There’s demand for biofuel coming from Europe, the United States and Malaysia. Demand from Pakistan and Bangladesh is seen growing.
In 2006 INDONESIA
became the world’s largest crude palm oil (CPO) producer.
Palm oil plan unlikely to help communities in
Indonesian New Guinea
Palm Oil Companies / Suppliers / Trading
PT Musim Mas is an Indonesian company with activities centering on its core business of palm oil cultivation and processing. Its vision is to be a fully integrated palm oil corporation that is renowned for the quality of its people and its products. It has a diversified portfolio of products and assets, which includes plantations, palm oil mills, palm oil refineries, palm kernel crushing plants, soap plants, margarine plants and oleochemical plants. Its horizontal integration includes grain terminal, bulking installations at 15 ports in Indonesia, fleets of trucks, road tankers and ocean tankers. The group owns the largest palm oil refinery in the world and is among the biggest players in the vegetable oil refining and soap manufacturing industries in Indonesia. PT Musim Mas has won the Indonesian best exporter title six times from the Indonesian government.
WWF-Indonesia is part of the WWF network, a global conservation organisation. WWF works in more than 90 countries and is supported by almost 5 million supporters around the world. WWF-Indonesia’s vision is the conservation of Indonesia’s biodiversity for the wellbeing of present and future generations. In Indonesia, WWF’s mission is to conserve biodiversity and reduce human impacts on the environment by promoting a strong conservation ethic, awareness and action in Indonesian society; facilitate multi-stakeholder efforts to preserve biodiversity and ecological processes; advocating policies, law and law enforcement that support conservation; and promoting conservation for the wellbeing of all through sustainable use of natural resources. WWF-Indonesia operates with 260 staff in 16 provinces throughout Indonesia.
The Indonesian Palm Oil Producers Association (GAPKI) was established in Medan, North Sumatra on 14 February 1981. GAPKI’s objectives are to encourage members in improving plantation management including developing sustainable oil palm plantations, and to support the government of Indonesia in establishing regulation on the environment. GAPKI’s role in the palm oil value chain are to unify oil palm companies in Indonesia to become an economic power to enhance the welfare of people, nation and country, and to enhance research activities, to distribute information on environment protection, quality of production, marketing, etc. GAPKI consists of 119 members located in Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua.
Palm Oil Producers Association (GAPKI)
Sawit Watch was set up in 1998 and since then, we have built a network of over 50 members and local contacts working with dozens of local communities in Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. Our mandate is based on the call to support local communities who have lost their forests and livelihoods because of large-scale oil palm expansion and for those in forestlands who continue to resist this development. Through this mandate we hope to contribute to the conservation and restoration of Indonesia’s forests and to promote the best deal for those communities that choose to live with oil palm plantations.
Sawit Watch focuses on raising community awareness. This involves capacity building in the form of meetings and training aimed to inform community members about the impacts of oil palm plantations. The second step is to assist communities in securing their land rights and sustaining traditional community (adat) laws. This is done through conflict resolution and lobbying government at the national and local level for land reform and community sovereignty over natural resource management. The third step is to assist communities in developing or maintaining economically, socially and ecologically sustainable land/forest management.
Socfin SA is a Belgian concern having it’s origins from the Belgian Congo back in the 1890’s, and acquiring its first Malaysian plantation in 1905. Adrian Hallet, a founder of Socfin, planted the first commercial oil palm plantation in Indonesia in 1911. The parent holding company of the Socfin group is Socfinal based in Luxembourg. The group presently has interests in plantation companies throughout Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Cameroon, Guinea, Kenya and Indonesia. These interests usually involve a majority shareholding and are always managed by the group through Socfinco SA based in Brussels.
Although Palm Oil and Rubber are its core products the group also produces Coffee and Roses. All produce if not sold locally are exported through Sogescol SA, also based in Brussels. Socfin has always adhered to sound long term sustainable decision making which is probably why it has survived for so long. This cautious approach respects the environment and the culture of the country in which it is operating. As such International Development Banks like DEG often participate in the groups' investments.
Indomas is a foreign capital investment company
having interest in oil palm plantation and production of
crude palm oil and kernel in Sampit, Central Kalimantan.
The company currently owns 15,971 hectares of which
12,521 hectares are planted and a land bank of 2,107
hectares. The company has also developed a processing
plant for crude palm oil with a throughput of 90 MT per
PT Agro Indomas
PT SMART Tbk is one of the
largest, publicly listed, integrated palm-based consumer
companies in Indonesia. Currently, PT SMART Tbk had a
total planted area of over 98,000 ha located in Sumatra
and Kalimantan in which of some have already obtained
ISO 14001 certification for Environmental Management
System. The company actively distributes, markets and
exports branded palm-based products such as cooking oil,
margarine and shortening. SMART Research Institute
(SMARTRI), PT SMART’s internationally recognized palm
oil research institute received ISO 9001:2000
Certification for Quality Management.
PT Perusahaan Perkebunan London Sumatra (LONSUM) founded in 1906 is a listed plantation company incorporated and operating in Indonesia. The principal business of Lonsum is cultivating, harvesting, processing and marketing principally Oil Palm and Rubber and to a lesser extent Cocoa and Tea. Lonsum’s 38 plantations comprise of both nucleus and plasma estates in Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi. The company has more than 12,847 employees including experienced managers, engineers, field personnel and R+D specialists. Our near term strategy is to integrate our plantation resources in Indonesia, maximize our primary production capabilities and enhance our human capital to become a leading force in our industry.
PT Sumi Asih was
established in 1982 and commenced its commercial
production in 1984 with basic oleochemicals: Stearic
acids and Glycerine.
Inti Indosawit Subur
(a member of Asian Agri group of companies) is a
privately-owned palm oil company. Since its founding,
Inti Indosawit Subur’s rise has been focusing on
development of its oil palm plantations and processing
facilities. The plantation company includes both nucleus
and plasma estates in Riau and Jambi provinces,
Indonesia. Inti Sawit Subur is also one of the
privately-owned companies in Indonesia, which has
successfully implemented the plasma scheme.
For more than 120 years,
HSBC has served Indonesian customers wishing to
develop trade and investment opportunities. HSBC opened
its first Indonesian office in Jakarta in 1884. Today
HSBC has a network of 12 (Twelve) offices in Indonesia.
HSBC Indonesia offers a broad range of banking and
financial services tailored to meet a wide spectrum of
needs, from those of multinational corporations to local
businesses and individual Indonesians, including
Corporate and Banking, HSBC Amanah, Custody and Clearing
Services, Institutional Banking, Global Payments and
Cash Management, Personal Financial Services, Investment
Banking, Trade Services, Treasury and Capital
With the vision of “to be a fully integrated producer of vegetable cooking oil and other vegetable oil derivatives,” PT Tunas Baru Lampung Tbk was first established in 1973. We are members of the Sungai Budi Group, which was founded in 1947. Besides producing Crude Coconut Oil, we are on of the Crude Palm Oil, RBD Palm Stearin, PFAD and RBD Olein producers in the country. Additionally, we manufacture cream soap, laundry soap, and toilette soap. Our mission is to integrate our businesses, which we believe through integration we will have competitive advantage and be able to achieve the best quality while maintaining cost efficiencies. Through our actions, we are always committed to our people, community and to our clients.
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