PT Poliplant Sejahtera

Poliplant Group (PG) based in Jakarta established in 2003, after acquiring PT Poliplant Sejahtera (PSA) from Indonesia Bank Restructuring Agency. PSA was established in 1989 and now has approximately 11,000 hectares planted oil palm plantation, consist of 3,500 hectares of Inti and 7,500 hectares of Plasma and 45 tph palm oil mil to process the FFB. In 2008 PSA processed 130,000 mt of FFB and producing 32,000mt of palm products.
 
Now PG has secured additional four licences of oil palm development in Ketapang, West Kalimantan consist of PT maya Agro Investata (MAI), PT Andes Agro Investama (AAI), PT Andes Sawit Mas (ASM) and PT Andes Sawit Lestari (ASL) with total 60,000 hectares area expected to be developed.
 
Poliplant Group Strategy:

Production & Quality Control - Expand plantation area sustainably, increase milling requirements
Human Resources - Enhance employee competency through structured training program; practice open communication and build dynamic team work; adopt a competitive remuneration packages
Environment - committed to the preservation of good environment
Safety and Health - Continous training of employees on safe healthy work culture; equip employees with appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE)
Social responsibility - enhance relationship and develop together with local community; maintain good relationship with local authorities

Our Vision is: 
To be a Global Palm Oil Company which satisfies the needs of all stakeholders

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Membership number
1-0094-11-000-00
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Member since
11/01/2011
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2015
Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability
How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
Poliplant has a Total Quality Environment Management (TQEM) unit in its Organizational Structure, under which the RSPO activities will be managed. RSPO P&C requirements will be included in the company policies, procedures and practices.
Where relevant, what processes is the organisation establishing to engage with interested parties, for example to resolve conflict or to use sustainably produced palm oil?
Poliplant has in its organization, appropriate channels of communication and platform for resolving conflicts whenever they arise involving internal or external stake holders.
Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
Where relevant, the 8 principles and 39 criteria of RSPO are being incorporated in the company\'s policies procedures and practices through its Estates Management Reference Manuals (EMRM) and STandard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Any other information that would support the application such as what your organisation hopes to gain from joining RSPO and how it would support RSPO?
By joining RSPO, Poliplant hopes to be able to enhance its capacity and capability towards achieving its vision IE TO BE A GLOBAL PALM OIL COMPANY WHICH SATISFIES THE NEEDS OF ALL STAKEHOLDERS.
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