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KORINDO Group, a leader across multiple industries in the South East Asian market, have a lot to be proud of. Commitment to produce palm oil products in a sustainable manner. Read More . Eco-friendly Paper. 100% recycled and FSC certified. Becoming a comprehensive paper manufacturer for people and the environment. Jakarta 12780

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Indonesia is the world’s largest palm oil producing nation. In addition to its use as cooking oil and an ingredient in many dairy products, palm oil can be converted into bio-diesel, a form of renewable energy. KORINDO carries out its palm oil production in the provinces of Papua and Maluku, both of which provide optimal conditions for the

Palm oil giant Korindo accused again of illegally burning

Nov 12, 2020 JAKARTA — Palm oil giant Korindo Group is alleged to have set fires to clear rainforest in Indonesia’s easternmost region of Papua, a practice that is

KORINDO Group’s Statement Regarding BBC Indonesia News

Nov 16, 2020 Directorate General of Environmental and Forestry Law Enforcement, Ministry of Environment and Forestry of Indonesia (LHK RI Number S.43 / PHLHK / PPH / GKM.2 / 2/2017 17th of February 2017) stated that Korindo Group subsidiary is engaged in in the oil palm plantation sector, does not carry out illegal deforestation, and has obtained a forest

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We at KORINDO Group, a leader across multiple industries in the South East Asian market, have a lot to be proud of. Over our 50 years of operation, we’ve built up our business by making a significant contribution to the country’s economic development while constantly upholding environmentally friendly, future-oriented practices.

KORINDO Group’s Statement Regarding BBC Indonesia News

Nov 16, 2020 Directorate General of Environmental and Forestry Law Enforcement, Ministry of Environment and Forestry of Indonesia (LHK RI Number S.43 / PHLHK / PPH / GKM.2 / 2/2017 17th of February 2017) stated that Korindo Group subsidiary is engaged in in the oil palm plantation sector, does not carry out illegal deforestation, and has obtained a forest

The Future of Boven Digoel Relies on Palm Oil Korindo Group

May 03, 2017 PT Korindo Group, a joint venture between Korea and Indonesia, has been cultivating around 15,000 ha of palm oil in this area. On Saturday (15/5) in Jayapura, an official of Keerom district, Yoseph Atuk, said that PT Korindo Group in Boven Digoel started the palm oil plantation from logging and timber business.

Korindo Uncovered Korindo Group Uncovered Story

KORINDO’s palm oil operations were established in 1998 in Papua, Indonesia. KORINDO operates over 55,000 hectares of land in Indonesia, producing 100,000 tons of palm oil each year and employing over 10,000 people in Indonesia.

Korean firm burns rainforest for palm oil in Indonesia

Korindo Group employs around 20,000 people across 30 affiliated companies mainly involved in plywood, paper and pulp and palm oil, according to the company’s website. It is majority-owned by

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Established in 1969, Korindo Group operates oil palm Read more. plantations in Indonesia. The company is also involved in timber, paper and rubber production, as well as offering construction, logistics and financial services.

Group Profile Korindo Group

We at KORINDO Group, a leader across multiple industries in the South East Asian market, have a lot to be proud of. Over our 50 years of operation, we’ve built up our business by making a significant contribution to the country’s economic development while constantly upholding environmentally friendly, future-oriented practices.

Korindo's oil palm operations in Gane, South Halmahera

Mar 02, 2020 The Halmahera Rain Forests (AA0106) are home to 26 bird species which are not to be found anywhere else in the world [1]. PT Gelora Mandiri Membangun (GMM), a subsidiary of the timber and palm oil conglomerate Korindo Group, has been

Burning Paradise: Korindo accused of destroying Indonesia

Korindo has 160,000 hectares of oil palm concessions in Indonesia’s far-flung Papua and North Maluku provinces. Image: Google Maps Mighty’s campaign director Deborah Lapidus said in a statement that “the extent of Korindo’s systematic clearing and burning of Indonesia’s pristine rainforest is downright tragic”.

Korindo clearing forests for oil palm plantations, Papua

Mar 02, 2020 The Korean palm oil and timber conglomerate Korindo Group is the dominating oil palm plantation company on the Indonesian island of Papua, where its plantations cover a total of 149,000 ha. Having been active in the island’s forestry sector since 1993, Korindo established its first Papuan oil palm plantation in 1998.

The burning scar: Inside the destruction of Asia’s last

Nov 12, 2020 Six years ago, Mr Kinggo was approached by South Korean palm oil giant Korindo, which asked him to help persuade his tribe and 10 other clans to

Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA) : Official Website

The Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA), or locally known as Gabungan Pengusaha Kelapa Sawit Indonesia (GAPKI), was established on 27 February 1981..

KORINDO, LAND GRABBING & BANKS

Korindo subsidiaries like PT GMM are prime cases for permit review and revocation, under President’s Jokowi’s September 2018 oil palm moratorium. Additionally, the group as a whole is sitting on Indonesia’s second largest land-bank of ‘stranded assets’; areas of forest that may

South Korean Companies Have Outsized Impact on Palm Oil

Dec 08, 2020 Combining palm oil and palm oil products purchases from Indonesia in 2019 and H1 2020, the company sourced 40 percent (22,899 MT in 2019 and 9,990 MT in H1 2020) from Incasi Raya Group. By contrast, it sourced 31 percent of its supply from NDPE palm oil refiners Astra Agro Lestari and 12 percent from Musim Mas.

South Korea’s finance of ‘green’ palm oil drives

Dec 23, 2020 The Korean palm oil industry has been linked with the suffering of indigenous communities in Indonesia from the start. Korindo Group started the first “Korean” palm oil business in Merauke, Papua province, in 1995. There the Marind and Mandobo peoples had already been forced from their customary forest by the central government’s

Korindo Uncovered Korindo Group Uncovered Story

KORINDO’s palm oil operations were established in 1998 in Papua, Indonesia. KORINDO operates over 55,000 hectares of land in Indonesia, producing 100,000 tons of palm oil each year and employing over 10,000 people in Indonesia.

Burning Paradise: Korindo accused of destroying Indonesia

Korindo has 160,000 hectares of oil palm concessions in Indonesia’s far-flung Papua and North Maluku provinces. Image: Google Maps Mighty’s campaign director Deborah Lapidus said in a statement that “the extent of Korindo’s systematic clearing and burning of Indonesia’s pristine rainforest is downright tragic”.

South Korea’s finance of ‘green’ palm oil drives

Dec 23, 2020 The Korean palm oil industry has been linked with the suffering of indigenous communities in Indonesia from the start. Korindo Group started the first “Korean” palm oil business in Merauke, Papua province, in 1995. There the Marind and Mandobo peoples had already been forced from their customary forest by the central government’s

Korindo clearing forests for oil palm plantations, Papua

Mar 02, 2020 The Korean palm oil and timber conglomerate Korindo Group is the dominating oil palm plantation company on the Indonesian island of Papua, where its plantations cover a total of 149,000 ha. Having been active in the island’s forestry sector since 1993, Korindo established its first Papuan oil palm plantation in 1998.

The Consultant: Why did a palm oil conglomerate pay $22m

Jun 25, 2020 Seung Eun-ho, the founder of the Korindo Group, has told the origin story of his company many times. In 1975, he was in Indonesia working for

The burning scar: Inside the destruction of Asia’s last

Nov 12, 2020 Six years ago, Mr Kinggo was approached by South Korean palm oil giant Korindo, which asked him to help persuade his tribe and 10 other clans to

KORINDO, LAND GRABBING & BANKS

Korindo subsidiaries like PT GMM are prime cases for permit review and revocation, under President’s Jokowi’s September 2018 oil palm moratorium. Additionally, the group as a whole is sitting on Indonesia’s second largest land-bank of ‘stranded assets’; areas of forest that may

28 Percent of Indonesia’s Palm Oil Landbank Is Stranded

Jul 09, 2019 In 2013, the Korean-Indonesian timber and palm oil company restarted clearing tropical forest for oil palm in West Papua and North Maluku. As a result, by 2016, Korindo had cleared 30,000 ha of forest on seven concessions, 12,000 ha of it primary forest.

Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA) : Official Website

The Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA), or locally known as Gabungan Pengusaha Kelapa Sawit Indonesia (GAPKI), was established on 27 February 1981..

Top 10 Indonesian Palm Oil Companies BizVibe Blog

How Indonesia’s Palm Oil Exports Reached 52% of World Trade. Astra Agro Lestari Tbk PT . Based in Indonesia, Astra-Agro has called this country home for the past 30 years — this company is a regular in most lists comprising of the top 10 Indonesian palm oil companies. They own 297,011 hectares of palm oil plantations and collaborate with 51,709 oil palm smallholders organized in 2,396

Korindo Group Forest Stewardship Council

Working towards full FSC certification of 600,000 hectares of forest in Indonesia by 31 December 2023; New allegation of traditional and human rights violations raised with the death of an Indigenous Papuan man at a palm oil plantation owned by Korindo. Korindo Group has to complete a series of requirements in order to maintain

Palm oil giant Korindo accused anew of illegally burning

Palm oil giant Korindo Group is alleged to have set fires to clear rainforest in Indonesia’s easternmost region of Papua, a practice that is banned by law. The allegation was raised by Greenpeace International and Forensic Architecture, a research group based at the University of London, whose joint investigation found indications of

Forest Giant Korindo Caught in the Act The Understory

Korindo is trying to change that and threatens to open the floodgates of land grabbing and deforestation for oil palm in North Maluku. A Message From Indonesia’s Frontier Forest Defenders. North Maluku’s Gane communities are the legitimate rights holders of much of the land Korindo is attempting to grab.

The Chain: Suspended Palm Oil Company Korindo Turns to

Apr 10, 2019 Korindo Group, the private Indonesian palm oil, rubber and timber company, was suspended by multiple NDPE traders between 2016 and 2018 after evidence of deforestation and illegal burning on their concessions. Faced with restricted NDPE market access, the company is now looking at business opportunities in the regional biofuel market.Korindo is owned by the South Korean Seung