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Membership No.





Oil Palm Growers



Member since

29 June 2004

Agropalma Group

Agropalma started its palm oil activities in 1982 in Brazil and currently it controls the entire production chain, from seedling to RBD conventional and organic palm and palm kernel oils, vegetable fats and shortenings.

The Agropalma complex today reaches 39,000 ha of planted area, five mills with an extraction capacity of 266 tons of FFB/hour, two refineries and fractionation plants plus two fats and shortenings production unit. Surrounding the plantations, the company has over 64,000 hectares of natural forests reserves, protecting all wildlife, including about 450 different species of birds. The plantations and mills are certified with the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and the OHSAS 18001. The entire group, including the refinery and other downstream operations are certified under the applicable RSPO standards.
  • Agropalma Group - AGROPALMA Mill
  • Agropalma Group - AGROPALMA MILL KERNEL
  • Agropalma Group - AMAPALMA Mill
  • Agropalma Group - AMAPALMA MILL KERNEL
  • Agropalma Group - CPA Mill
  • Agropalma Group - CPA MILL KERNEL
  • Agropalma Group - CRAI/AGROPAR Mill
  • Agropalma Group - CRAI/AGROPAR MILL KERNEL
  • Agropalma Group - PARAPALMA Mill
  • Agropalma Group - PARAPALMA MILL KERNEL

ACOP Report Submissions

2017 agropalma group-ACOP2017.pdf 39.7 KB
2016 agropalma group-ACOP2016.pdf 39.2 KB
2015 agropalma group-ACOP2015.pdf 23.3 KB
2014 agropalma group-ACOP2014b.pdf 20.9 KB
2013/2014 agropalma-group-ACOP2014.pdf 18.4 KB
2012/2013 AGROPALMA GROUP.pdf 21.5 KB
2011/2012 ACOP2012_GRW_1-0003-04-000-00-43.pdf -
2010/2011 ACOP 2011-Agropalma S A (2).pdf -

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