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Membership No.





Oil Palm Growers


United Kingdom

Member since

8 October 2006

M.P. Evans Group PLC

M P Evans Group PLC is a UK-based plantation group, listed on the Alternative Investment Market (""AIM"") in London. The Group's assets consist of oil-palm and rubber plantations (both majority and minority held) in Indonesia and Malaysia, the latter with real-estate development value and beef-cattle interests in Australia. The Group's strategy is to exit from its plantation investments in Malaysia within the next three years or so in view of the high real-estate value which has accrued to them and reinvest the proceeds in the higher-earning Indonesian oil-palm and Australian beef-cattle industries. It is planned that, ultimately, 70% of the Group's assets will be in Indonesian plantations and 30% in Australian beef-cattle. The Group has already made a start to its disposal programme in Malaysia and also to its investment programme in Indonesia. It bas recently invested in a 12,000 hectare new oil-palm project on Bangka Island, Sumatra and also in a 14,000 hectare new development in East Kalimantan. Any such new investments by the Group are subject to a thorough environmental, agricultural and financial due diligence.
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ACOP Report Submissions

2017 m.p. evans group plc-ACOP2017.pdf 26.2 KB
2016 m.p. evans group plc-ACOP2016.pdf 24.3 KB
2015 m.p. evans group plc-ACOP2015.pdf 21.1 KB
2014 m.p. evans group plc-ACOP2014b.pdf 19.9 KB
2013/2014 mp-evans-group-plc-ACOP2014.pdf 18.0 KB
2012/2013 M.P. EVANS GROUP PLC.pdf 19.0 KB
2011/2012 ACOP2012_GRW_1-0027-06-000-00-46.pdf -
2010/2011 ACOp 2011 - M P Evans.pdf -

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