|The core tenent of our sustainability strategy is the Sustainability Policy which extends to our global operations, including our third-party suppliers.
In developing our policy, we engaged a broad spectrum of stakeholders to receive feedback on their concerns. These are used to prioritise key issues and to identify opportunities for innovation within our organisation.
The progress to the implementation of our sustainability policy are updated in the Progress Reports below.
On 4th December 2014, Musim Mas announced its Sustainability Policy as a public affirmation of the Group's commitment to sustainable Palm Oil .
No policy can be credible without an effective and regular communication on the progress to meet the stated commitments in the policy. Musim Mas is committed to a bi-annual reporting on the achievements and milestones of the policy.
Policy Implementation Milestones
|Progress Report (January to November 2017)|
This progress report reflecting on 2017, will give an overview of traceability and reports on programmes involved to address the implementation of our No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) policy. Our communication in this report simplifies our strategy of focusing on medium and large-sized plantation companies; smallholders and priority landscapes; and Grievance cases.
|Progress Report (January to November 2016)|
This report updates on the progress of our policy implementation, from January to November 2016.
We are pleased to launch a revised grievance mechanism which will address complaints against our group operations or third-party suppliers.
The report also provides an updated perspective on our target of tracing our products to the plantations, and the outcome of the mill verifications undertaken in 2016 is also elaborated upon.
|Progress Report (July 2015 to June 2016)
This report updates on our progress between July 2015 and June 2016.
Since June 2015, we have managed to map 100% of supplying mills to our 11 refineries and nine kernel crushing plants in Indonesia. In February 2016, we uploaded our information on the traceability data for our six refineries outside of Indonesia: India (Nellore and Thiruvarur) Malaysia (Johor Bahru) and Spain (Cartagena, Castellόn, Ferrol).
|Progress Report (1 April 2015 to 30 June 2015)
This report is our second quarterly update.
We are pleased to launch a new segment on our website which features a supply chain map of our operational network in Indonesia. The supply chain map provides information on the list of suppliers and the data on traceability (traceability percentage, number of suppliers, etc) for each of the Group’s 11 refineries. Our global operations are linked to our Asian refineries and we will reflect on our global supply chain in the next progress report.
In addition, we have included a case study on our approach to supplier engagement and the actual field assessment. We have also provided a list of all the grievances raised in the public domain which are related to Musim Mas’ supply chain. The information on grievances also include information on our engagement and our approach towards each grievance.
This progress report is the first of the quarterly update on progress towards achieving the commitments in the Sustainability Policy.
The report provides details of our traceability efforts, its participation in multi-stakeholder groups with the objective of taking concerted action with other industry players in furthering the Indonesian sustainable palm oil.
There are also details of our engagement with its groups of stakeholders, and the Group’s next course of action.