Latest Updates
15-11-2017 Palm Oil Buyers and Producers take Collective Action to improve Labour Conditions
01-11-2017 3Q 2017 Sustainability Policy Implementation Progress Update
30-10-2017 Providing a Safe Place for Workers’ Passports
21-09-2017 Pongo Alliance Statement on Survival of Orangutans in Oil Palm Landscapes
31-08-2017 Sustainability Brief – Striking a Balance between Plasma Obligations and Conservation Objectives in Central Kalimantan
18-08-2017 Wilmar Releases Sustainability Report 2016
28-07-2017 2Q 2017 Sustainability Policy Implementation Progress Update
17-07-2017 WISSH Programme – Fourth Progress Report: Dec 2016 – Feb 2017
13-06-2017 World’s largest palm oil companies team up with NGOs to save 10,000 orangutans found on non-certified palm oil concessions in Borneo
27-04-2017 1Q 2017 Sustainability Policy Implementation Progress Update
26-04-2017 Update: Wilmar’s appeal on land conflict in West Sumatra granted by the RSPO Complaints Panel
06-04-2017 Wilmar and Verité Confront Systemic Labour Issues in the Indonesian Palm Oil Industry
05-04-2017 Wilmar’s Full Response to Czech TV on PT WINA
15-03-2017 Fire Free Alliance Addresses Forest Fire and Haze in Over 200 Indonesian Villages
13-2-2017 WISSH Programme – Third Progress Report: Aug – Dec 2016
6-2-2017 Wilmar Respects RSPO’s Decision on PT Permata Hijau Pasaman I
26-1-2017 Wilmar Q4 2016 Sustainability Policy Implementation Progress Update
15-12-2016 Wilmar Commits to Addressing Deforestation Challenge in Important Landscapes
12-12-2016 Wilmar Reaffirms Commitment to Uphold Code of Business Ethics and Conduct
08-12-2016 Wilmar’s Full Response to ABC Australia and RAN’s Allegations
29-11-2016 Wilmar Seeks Collaboration for Labour Transformation in Palm Oil
08-11-2016 HCS Convergence Process Concludes: Agreement on Unified Approach to Implementing No Deforestation Commitments
08-11-2016 Innovative Smallholder Fresh Fruit Bunch Traceability System Improves Palm Oil Supply Chain Transparency
07-11-2016 GAR and Wilmar Call for Closer Collaboration to Find Solutions to Indonesian Palm Oil Sector Labour Challenges
03-11-2016 WISSH Programme: Second Progress Report May – July 2016
28-10-2016 MNA Gresik Aggregator/Refinery Transformation (ART) Plan : Overarching Report
28-10-2016 Wilmar Q3 2016 Sustainability Policy Implementation Progress Update
21-10-2016 Making Progress on No Exploitation Commitments – Ongoing work within Wilmar operations and suppliers
06-09-2016 Wilmar Publishes Sustainability Report 2015 that Focuses on Driving Value
23-08-2016 World’s Single Largest Independent Oil Palm Smallholder Group Receives RSPO Certification
28-07-2016 Wilmar 2016 Q2 Report
01-07-2016 Wilmar Welcomes Government of Indonesia’s Lead in Palm Oil Sector Transformation
30-06-2016 Kuala Tanjung and Paya Pasir Aggregator/Refinery Transformation (ART) Plan : Overarching Report
15-06-2016 Wilmar Reaffirms Commitment to Human Rights and Engages Proactively with Supplier to Address Supply Chain Issues
09-06-2016 WISSH Programme: First Progress Report Feb – May 2016
09-06-2016 Training the Trainers to Build Up Farmers in Honduras
26-04-2016 Wilmar 2016 Q1 Report
12-04-2016 Wilmar’s Response on Issues in the Tesso Nilo Region
30-03-2016 Wilmar and SEARRP to extend Collaboration on Research on Biodiversity Conservation in Oil Palm Plantations in Borneo
11-03-2016 Fire-Free Alliance to Extend Fire Prevention to Broader Landscape
01-02-2016 TFT-Wilmar 2015 Q4 Report

As a leading agribusiness group, we have a fundamental role in developing quality products required by the world while ensuring that they are produced in a responsible and sustainable manner.

We strive to achieve this by taking a holistic approach to sustainability that is fully integrated into our business model. This is guided by the simple philosophy that our business must enhance stakeholder value while minimising our environmental footprint. In doing so, our business practices are aligned with universally acceptable social and environmental standards.

Our sustainability endeavour is driven by:

  1. Adoption of best industry practices and standards in the production of our products
  2. Responsible management of the environment
  3. Empowerment of local communities

Our No Deforestation, No Peat, No Exploitation Policy, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC) and continual stakeholder engagement form the basis on which we seek to achieve our sustainability goals.

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