PT Swakarsa Sinarsentosa

In palm oil industry, there are three main players: Palm Tree Plantation, Palm Oil Mill and Palm Oil Refinery. PT Swakarsa Sinarsentosa (SWA) is a privately owned company integrating the first two in one integrated corporation, producing Crude Palm Oil (CPO) and Palm Kernel (PK).

SWA initially entered the business as a planter, possessing a 16,500-hectare area that was fully planted successfully in 2004. Located in Muara Wahau Village, East Kutai Regency, East Kalimantan Province, our plantation stands on one of the most fertile soils in Kalimantan with moederate all year long precipitation that sufficiently weathered the palm to grow to its fullest potential.

In 2002, we moved downstream by having our first Palm Oil Mill and we expanded to the second mill in 2006. With these mills, we currently have enough capacity to process our own internal palm yields. Having Plantations and Palm Oil Mills as an integrated operation in one compacted area gives the company its advantage compare to other similar companies.
Anticipating further business expansion, our group has already acquired additional 21,000-hectares of land reserve in adjacent area, ready for palm plantation. Owning a combination of this l;and bank makes us one of the prominent players in the industry.

We believe that in order ti win in the current global and competitive industry, we have to deliver superior stakeholder's value. With such strong determination in mind, we always strive to achieve optimum operational performance through higher palm yields and above standard CPO quality.

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11/02/2014 10/02/2019 PT Swakarsa Sinarsentosa - Labanan Storage Facility, Jl. Petani 2, Desa Labanan Jaya, Teluk Bayur, Berau, East Kalimant Indonesia MB View
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