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Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO)

The Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) is a Malaysian certification scheme standard to address the sustainability aspects of the local palm oil industry, as well as an ethical platform to boost world market access.

SALCRA is in the midst of incorporating its environmental and sustainable operations in all estates and mills to be in compliance with the MSPO certification, in keeping with the aim of the Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities to ensure palm oil produced from Malaysia will be certified with MSPO by 31st December 2019.

Codes of Practices (CoPs)

Codes of Practices (CoPs) are managed by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) to ensure good agriculture practices are applied in the oil palm industry.

SALCRA has since adopted three CoPs:

  • Code of Good Milling Practices (CoGMP)
  • Code of Good Nursery Practices (CoGNP)

19 estates certified Code of Good Agricultural Practice

2 nurseries certified Code of Good Nursery Practice

5 mills certified Code of Good Milling Practice

All SALCRA infrastructure and facilities are certified with the respective Code of Practices. All estates have been certified with the Code of Good Agricultural Practices (CoGAP), with the exception of LAPOM 1 and LAPOM 2, all mills have been certified with Code of Good Milling Practices (CoGMP), whilst the two nurseries – Roban South and Pakit nurseries – are certified with the Code of Good Nursery Practices (CoGNP).


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