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(11817-V) |

Annual Report


IFC certifications

Fima Instanco certifications

Further, the

Plantation Division’s


subsidiary, PT Nunukan Jaya Lestari (“PTNJL”)

is accredited with ISO 14001:2004 Environment

Management System for the processes employed in

the production of its CPO, CPKO and palm kernel.

The Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (“ISPO”) audit

on PTNJL is currently on-going. The ISPO standard

includes legal, environmental, economic and social

requirements, which is based mainly on prevailing

national regulations.

The following companies within the

Bulking Division

adhere to globally recognized quality management

systems for the handling, storage and shipment of

various product categories to help maintain objective

oversight of the quality of its operations:

Quality & Standards

To maintain safety and quality, the Group stays

current with new regulations, industry best practices

and marketplace conditions and the Group’s

businesses consistently strive to improve and refine

their requirements and standards throughout the

entire supply chain.

Each of our businesses have also developed and

documented policies and procedures that the business

should exercise over specified processes.


Food Division’s

production facilities, suppliers

of ingredients and packaging materials are required

to comply with stringent international standards and

regulations, government regulations and company

policies, procedures, controls and good manufacturing

practices applicable to their operations. To ensure

compliance with these requirements, we are subject

to a number of audits and inspections. This includes

(but not limited to) audits conducted by government

and regulatory authorities such the National Fisheries

Authority of Papua New Guinea and annual audits

performed by independent third-party organizations

for the British Retail Consortium, International Food

Standard, Dolphin Safe, HACCP, GMP, Marine

Stewardship Council (“MSC”) and Halal (JAKIM)


What Does MSC mean?

MSC stands for the Marine Stewardship Council. They

are the world’s leading certification and ecolabelling

programme for environmental sustainability of wild

caught seafood. The iconic blue logo identifies all

seafood products that come from well-managed,

sustainable fisheries.

What’s behind the label?

Before any seafood product can carry the MSC

ecolabel it must first adhere to three core principles.

These include:


Sustainable fish stocks.


Impact in the eco-system reduced to a minimum


The fishery is well managed.

Also, seafood that has an MSC label is fully traceable

back to the certified fishery where it was caught.