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Membership No.





Oil Palm Growers



Member since

18 September 2014


Palmas del Cesar S.A.


La compañía cuenta con dos plantas extractoras, una ya existente con capacidad de procesamiento de30 toneladas / hora y una nueva planta que en la actualidad procesa a 15 Ton / hora pero que ha sido diseñado para una capacidad final de 90 Ton /hora. 171.273 toneladas procesadas en el ultimo año. 7.640 hectáreas de proveedores y 3438 hectáreas de su propio cultivo. La nueva planta con sistema de cogeneración de energía y su caldera fue diseñada para trabajar cascarilla 30% y fibra 70%.

ACOP Report Submissions

2017 palmas del cesar s.a.-ACOP2017.pdf 24.8 KB
2016 palmas del cesar s.a.-ACOP2016.pdf 23.9 KB
2015 palmas del cesar s.a.-ACOP2015.pdf 36.2 KB

Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability

  • How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
    The company will carry out permanent meetings with the community, independent providers and workers that are an integral part of the management system. Within the plan, PALCESAR plans to have:
    Education Programs
    Leadership in RSPO
    Entrepreneurship on RSPO
    Inter-institutional agreements
  • 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?
    The company is fully committed to the RSPO and works on a daily basis on the achievement of the Principles and Criteria, and involves the identified stakeholders to proactively communicate and inform.

    In its compromise to Principle 1 (Transparency) the company has a robust and widespread communication system.
  • Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
    Palmas del Cesar has identified that its business model relies heavily on the processing of sustainable palm oil primarily. Within its management system, we pretend to audit suppliers constantly and certify them accordingly.
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