The Best Around: RGE Employees Capture the 5Cs in Their Winning Photos

The Best Around: RGE Employees Capture the 5Cs in Their Winning Photos

In this week’s edition of Inside RGE, we feature the employees whose photos adorn July to September in our 2017 desktop calendar. These winners have so aptly and lovingly captured 5Cs business philosophy espoused by RGE Founder & Chairman Sukanto Tanoto — Good for Community, Country, Climate, Customer, and Company — in last year’s contest […]

[Guest Blog] More than a Dream: GCNS and Yale-NUS Visit Kerinci (Part 3)

[Guest Blog] More than a Dream: GCNS and Yale-NUS Visit Kerinci (Part 3)

Editor’s Note: This post was contributed by Ong Kok Chung, a 21 year old advocate for the environment who recently helped organise the Global Compact Network Singapore Youth Forum. He is a freshman at the National University of Singapore.  As part of the follow-up event for Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) Youth Forum, I was […]

RGE Celebrates 50 Years in Business

RGE Celebrates 50 Years in Business

RGE 50 celebrations kicked off with a three-day celebration in Medan, Indonesia. It was in Medan where a young Sukanto Tanoto started his entrepreneurial journey under difficult family circumstances. Five decades later, RGE manages a successful group of world-class resource-based companies with over US$18 billion in assets and 60,000 employees. Over three days, nearly 400 senior employees […]

[Guest Blog] More than a Dream: GCNS and Yale-NUS Visit Kerinci

[Guest Blog] More than a Dream: GCNS and Yale-NUS Visit Kerinci

Editor’s Note: This post was contributed by Rachel Ann Kenyon who was part of the GCNS Youth Forum. Rachel is a 20 year old second year student at the Singapore University of Social Sciences.  On a breezy Monday morning, a small team of Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) volunteers took a 40-minute flight to the Indonesian island […]

APRIL Community Development Programme Fosters the Entrepreneurial Spirit

APRIL Community Development Programme Fosters the Entrepreneurial Spirit

APRIL is known for its energy efficient mills that have an annual production capacity of 2.8 million tonnes for pulp and 1.15 million tonnes for paper. But apart from having one of the world’s largest integrated pulp and paper mills, APRIL is also widely admired for its emphasis on sustainable development and holistic community-centric initiatives. The […]

Fighting the Good Fight: Tanoto Foundation Boosts Fight Against Diabetes

Fighting the Good Fight: Tanoto Foundation Boosts Fight Against Diabetes

Diabetes is often known as a silent killer — surreptitious and debilitating. And while many suffer from the disease, not everyone suffers in the same way. Some patients are resigned to a lifetime of medicine and insulin injections resulting in high medical bills and lowered quality of life; others suffer from painful complications from the disease. […]

Good for Community, Good for Company: APRIL’s Presence Supports Local Businesses

Good for Community, Good for Company: APRIL’s Presence Supports Local Businesses

Sulaiman is a man who firmly believes in taking a hands-on approach to his business. Every day, he surveys the operations of his coco peat company, which supplies 200 tonnes of coco peat per month to APRIL‘s Riau operations. Ecologically friendly, bio-degradable and made from recyclable material, Sulaiman prides himself on providing quality goods. His insistence on […]

Sateri CEO Tey Wei Lin Talks Sustainability with Economist Intelligence Unit

Sateri CEO Tey Wei Lin Talks Sustainability with Economist Intelligence Unit

In a recent interview with global business intelligence provider Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Sateri CEO Tey Wei Lin says that sustainable operations will continue to be the cornerstone of Sateri’s business in the years ahead, as it continues on track to becoming the world’s largest producer of viscose rayon. Mr Tey emphasises Sateri’s commitment to being an […]