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Oil Palm Growers



Member since

17 October 2004


The Federal Land Development Agency (Felda) was established in July, 1956 under the Land Development Ordinance (1956) under the Ministry of Land and Co-operative Development. It is the largest producer of palm oil in Malaysia, accounting for 18.7% of the planted area and 20.6% of the total crude palm oil production in year 2001 in Malaysia.

Felda has the social-economic mandate of developing forest land for the resettlement the rural and landless poor. Felda's original function was to channel financial assistance to State governments for land development programmes but this was changed in 1961 when it was given the responsibility for new land development and settlements for the whole country. Since the mid-eighties, Felda has focused on development of plantations on a commercial basis.

The objectives of Felda, as given in the 2000 Annual Report are:

~ To successfully manage established and developed agriculture areas through effective field management practices to increase settlers incomes by maximizing yields and minimizing production costs.

~ To contribute towards improving the settlers well-being by ensuring that they achieve a higher standard of living in a well organised and conducive manner.

~ To establish a dedicated and efficient management team capable of implementing all the activities as planned.
  • Group FFB Certifiications

ACOP Report Submissions

  • FELDA-ACOP2018.pdf
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    2017 felda-ACOP2017.pdf 31.6 KB
    2016 felda-ACOP2016.pdf 28.6 KB
    2015 felda-ACOP2015.pdf 42.6 KB
    2014 felda-ACOP2014b.pdf 26.0 KB
    2013/2014 felda-ACOP2014.pdf 19.9 KB
    2012/2013 FELDA.pdf 18.6 KB
    2011/2012 ACOP2012_GRW_1-0013-04-000-00-74.pdf -
    2010/2011 ACOP 2011-FELDA.pdf -

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