Sateri Releases 2017 Sustainability Report

Sateri Releases 2017 Sustainability Report

Sateri, a global leader in viscose fibre, has released its 2017 sustainability report. This second edition documents key achievements and milestones in 2017, as well as efforts in sustainability and stakeholder engagement. Prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative Sustainability Standards (GRI Standards 2016), the report includes the following highlights: Update of Sateri’s Pulp Sourcing […]

Leaders in the Making: The Inaugural IMPA-BRI Cohort

Leaders in the Making: The Inaugural IMPA-BRI Cohort

The inaugural class of the International Masters in Public Administration (IMPA) commemorated the start of the academic year with an opening ceremony at Tsinghua University on 29 September 2018. Sponsored by the Tanoto Foundation, the programme is part of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and supported by the National Development and Reform Commission and the […]

Apical Puts Digital Foot Forward

Apical Puts Digital Foot Forward

Making further strides in engaging its stakeholders, Apical Group, one of the largest palm oil exporters in Indonesia, launched a newly designed corporate website on 28 September 2018. A step up from its predecessor, the new website features comprehensive content aimed at serving a variety of stakeholders, reflecting the company’s dedication to engagement and transparency. Apical’s […]

[Guest Blog] Tanoto Foundation Scholar: The Purpose and Promise of Project Sukacita

[Guest Blog] Tanoto Foundation Scholar: The Purpose and Promise of Project Sukacita

Editor’s Note: This article is contributed by Adriel Seah, a Year 4 Medical Student at the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. A Tanoto Foundation scholar, Adriel is a first time volunteer for Project Sukacita. Promise. This is the word that sums up Project Sukacita for me. Though the team has done a lot, […]

How Asian Agri’s Learning Institute Trains Capable Managers for Indonesia’s Palm Oil Industry

How Asian Agri’s Learning Institute Trains Capable Managers for Indonesia’s Palm Oil Industry

Throughout Indonesia, oil palm estates need capable and responsible managers to produce the commodity efficiently, responsibly and sustainably. In response to this, leading palm oil producer Asian Agri set up the Asian Agri Learning Institute (AALI) in 2002. Since then, ISO 9000:2008-certified AALI has trained generations upon generations of skilled planters and managers to produce […]

With APRIL’s Support, Sialang Honey Farmers Taste Sweet Success

With APRIL’s Support, Sialang Honey Farmers Taste Sweet Success

Tall and slippery, Sialang trees (Koompassia excelsa) can grow up to 88 meters (289 ft) in height. Endemic to lowland tropical forests in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand, their slippery trunks attract giant honey bees (Apis dorsata) who hang their huge combs from the branches that tower over the forest canopy. While local farmers […]

Apical Releases Second Sustainability Report, Strengthens Partnerships with Suppliers and Stakeholders

Apical Releases Second Sustainability Report, Strengthens Partnerships with Suppliers and Stakeholders

Apical Group, one of Indonesia’s largest exporters of palm oil, released its 2017 Sustainability Report, highlighting its efforts to work with its network of stakeholders to innovate, develop collective understanding, harness synergies and accelerate progress. The company’s second sustainability report, written using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards, demonstrates how its Anchor Programmes such as […]

[Guest Blog] Tanoto Foundation Scholars’ Project Sukacita: The Joy of Giving Back

[Guest Blog] Tanoto Foundation Scholars’ Project Sukacita: The Joy of Giving Back

Editor’s Note: This article is contributed by Fena, a Year 4 NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine student, Tanoto Scholar and third-time Project Sukacita participant. During my first Project Sukacita trip in 2016, I was the sole (and clueless!) Year 2 medical student who despite fumbling through my child developmental assessments, unexpectedly made new […]