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Annual Report 2017




Fima Bulking

ISO 9001:2008

Handling, storage & shipment oleochemicals, oils and fats

Services Berhad

Fimachem Sdn Bhd

ISO 9001:2008

Transferring from ships, handling, filling of drums and transport of hazardous

& non-hazardous liquids


Transferring from ships, handling, filling of drums and transport of hazardous

& non-hazardous liquids

Fima Freight

ISO 9001:2008

Freight forwarding & bulk transportation

Forwarders Sdn Bhd

Fima Palmbulk

ISO 9001:2008

Handling, storage & shipment of oleochemicals, edible oils, molasses

Services Sdn Bhd

and latex

principles of the code of conduct

ethical business behaviour

no discrimination

decent working hours

no child labour

no precarious employment

protection of the environment

the rights of freedom

of association and

collective bargaining

fair remuneration


health and safety

special protection

for young workers

no bonded labour

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 (for which

IFC achieved Grade A), International

Food Standard, Dolphin Safe, HACCP,

GMP, Marine Stewardship Council and

Halal (JAKIM) accreditations.

IFC is also subjected to the Business

Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) Code

of Conduct, which is based mainly on the

conventions of the International Labour

Organization. We are proud to report

that pursuant to a BSCI audit performed

during the year, IFC had achieved BSCI

Grade A.

Further, the

Plantation Division’s

Indonesian 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 has currently

been put on hold, albeit temporarily as

authorities await a definitive outcome

of their ongoing legal suit pertaining to

PTNJL’s land title before resuming the

audit process for ISPO consideration.

Management does not believe this

will have any material affect to PTNJL’s

operations in the near-term.



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.