Sime Darby Plantation is the plantation and agri-business arm of the Sime Darby Group, representing one of the five core Divisions of the Group. The Division is involved in oil palm, rubber and sugarcane cultivation, plantation management, downstream activities, cattle rearing, agribusiness and food, as well as Research & Development (R&D).
The merger of Sime Darby Berhad, Golden Hope Plantations Berhad and Kumpulan Guthrie Berhad in 2007 established Sime Darby Plantation as one of the world’s largest palm oil producers. Today, Sime Darby Plantation produces approximately 2.4 million tonnes or 4% of the world’s annual crude palm oil (CPO) output.
The Division spans across the Peninsular, Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysia, Kalimantan, Sumatera and Sulawesi in Indonesia, Liberia, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands. Currently, the company has a total of 1 million hectares, of which more than 600,000 ha are planted with oil palm, 9,000 ha with rubber, 6000 ha with Sugar Cane and more than 9,000 ha of grazing pastures.
* As of 1 June 2015
As an integrated plantation company, Sime Darby Plantation is involved in the full spectrum of the palm oil value chain. Our Downstream Operation is present in 16 countries namely Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, South Korea, Brazil, India, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, China, Germany, United Kingdom, South Africa, Papua New Guinea, Netherlands and United States of America. Sime Darby Plantation is involved in the manufacturing and distribution of oils and fats products, oleochemicals and palm oil-based biodiesel.
The company’s upstream activities adhere strictly to industry-proven best practices. In keeping with the aspiration of Developing Sustainable Futures, we make a conscious and concerted effort towards the conservation and protection of the environment, the rehabilitation of forests, the protection of wildlife and the promotion of the well-being of communities within and around its operations.
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