New Britain Palm Oil Ltd

New Britain Palm Oil Limited (NBPOL) is Papua New Guinea's largest oil palm plantation and milling operator. NBPOL's core activity is the cultivation and processing of Oil Palm into Crude Palm Oil (CPO), Palm Kernel Oil (PKO) and Palm Kernel Expeller (PKE) for sales to both domestic and foreign markets. NBPOL major export markets include the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia.

At NBPOL we pride ourselves on being an environmentally friendly company. We are the first company in the industry to achieve a zero effluent discharge in the production of Palm Oil. NBPOL embraces the principles of sustainable Development and the company's goal is to ensure that future generations will continue to benefit from today's actions. NBPOL is acutely conscious of its varied responsibilities in respect of the environment in which it operates and recognizes that agricultural activities impact on the environment. NBPOL is committed to minimizing these impacts through continuous improvement of performance. The implementation of an Environmental Management System (EMS) provides the framework to realize these goals. NBPOL received ISO14001 accreditation in 2004.

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18/01/2013 17/01/2018 New Britain Palm Oil Ltd, 3 facilities: Berbere Plantation, Mosa West New Britain, P.O. Box Kimbe, Papua New Guinea; Kimbe Bulk Terminal; Kumbango Refinery Papua New Guinea SG View
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30/04/2012 29/04/2017 New Britain Oils Ltd, 45 Derby Road, Liverpool L20 8DY United Kingdom SG, MB View
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17/01/2012 17/01/2017 New Britain Palm Oil Ltd, Kumbango Refinery & Kimbe Bulk Terminal, PNG -- SG View
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