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Warga 13 Desa di Sarolangun Serbu Bazar Minyak Murah Perusahaan Sawit

By: SMART Posted: May 28, 2019

Some residents from 13 villages, namely: Jernih Village, Semurung, Dusun Baru, Lubuk Kepayang, Lubuk Jering, Mentawak Baru, Mentawak Ulu, and Pematang Kabau, Air Hitam District and Kasang Melintang Village, Pauh District, and Gurun Mudo Village, Gurun Tuo, Mandiangin District, were hunting for cheap cooking oils at bazaars organised by Sinar Mas Agribusiness and Food subsidiaries, PT Bahana Karya Semesta, PT Primatama Kreasimas and PT Satya Kisma Usaha.

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Kebersamaan faktor utama keberhasilan penanganan Karhutla di Kalbar

By: SMART Posted: May 23, 2019

Sinar Mas Agribusiness and Food gathered stakeholders such as the Regional Police Chief, Attorney General’s Office, and West Kalimantan BPBD to conduct a joint discussion themed: “Preventing Forest and Land Fires, West Kalimantan’s Security.”

This was in response to forest and land fires that have occurred again in West Kalimantan. During the discussion, previous forest fires were highlighted and studied to calibrate efforts in future forest fire prevention in the area.

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Jajaran Management Sinarmas Silaturahmi ke Kantor Tribun Pontianak

By: SMART Posted: May 21, 2019

The Head of Corporate Communications of Sinar Mas Agribusiness and Food, Wulan Suling, along her team, visited the Tribun Pontianak on 21 May 2019.

They were well-received by the Tribun Pontianak Company Leader, Julia Lorrains, Editor in Chief, Ahmad Suroso, Manager of advertising and promotion, Nursomsi, and Editor-in-Chief, Nina Soraya.

Ahmad Suroso, on behalf of the Tribun Pontianak, thanked the visit and partnership with Sinar Mas Agribusiness and Food thus far. Reciprocated by Wulan Suling, she also expressed interest in finding out more about the development of Tribun Pontianak and their events for the Tribune EO in 2019.

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PT Ivo Mas Tunggal dan Tim Relawan Tzu Chi Laksanakan Program Bedah Rumah

By: SMART Posted: May 16, 2019

PT Ivo Mas Tunggal, subsidiary of Sinar Mas Agribusiness and Food, carried out home improvement projects for the underprivileged at the East cross road of Pekanbaru-Duri km 78 Rt 03 / Rw 03 in the Kandis Urban Village, Kandis Subdistrict, Siak Regency.

Indonesian Tzu Chi volunteers from the global agribusiness company aided the home renovation process to provide quality living spaces as part of the company’s efforts to improve the welfare of communities residing near their operations.

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Pengelolaan Kebun Sawit Sinar Mas Dianggap Telah Sesuai UU Ketenegakerjaan

By: SMART Posted: May 14, 2019

Sinar Mas Agribusiness and Food responded to the allegations of violations of labour laws by 3 of its subsidiaries. Made by labour unions to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). The allegations were addressed by the company through a clarification letter, citing that operations were in accordance to the labour laws in Indonesia.

Furthermore, the company added that it accepts all feedback and grievances from employees through the relevant channels. Not only that, on solving grievances, the company follows procedures outlined in the Industrial Relations Disputes, which include settlement by bipartite and tripartite mediation, and more.

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Yayasan Muslim Sinar Mas Gelar Bazar Rakyat di Yogyakarta

By: SMART Posted: May 13, 2019

This year, the Sinar Mas Muslim Foundation organised many events to make Ramadhan even more meaningful, such as the People’s Bazaar and the Quran Waqf in Yogyakarta. The People’s Bazaar saw 3,000 litres of Sinar Mas Agribusiness and Food packaged cooking oil sold at a discounted rate for attendees. Through the company, more than 30 million litres of cooking oil have been sold since 2005.

The aforementioned events, along with many others, served as opportunities to deepen relationships among community members and encourage understanding of Islamic values.

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Indonesia Terus Jalankan Industri Sawit Berkelanjutan

By: SMART Posted: May 9, 2019

Indonesia continues to prove that its palm oil industry is concerned about environmental sustainability and is taking steps to operate in a sustainable manner.

Senior Managing Director at Sinar Mas Agri, Agus Purnomo added that there is great awareness of sustainable practices among stakeholders in the palm oil business, which includes smallholders, “They have made so many improvements. Palm oil companies have also committed to transparency and accountability in their operations through, for example, ensuring traceability of Fresh Fruit Bunches (FFBs) from our smallholders.”

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