KPN Plantations (Formerly known as Ganda/GAMA Group) – Jatim Jaya Perkasa (JJP) – popup

The RSPO case tracker that is related to: 

  • Jatim Jaya Perkasa (JJP) can be found here.
Date Progress
October 2013 22 October 2013:

Greenpeace released a report titled, “License to Kill”, where the report alleged Jatim Jaya Perkasa (JJP), GAMA’s subsidiary of:

  • Encroachment into, and conversion of tiger habitat;
  • Conversion of HCV peatlands
  • Fires within the concession
October 2017 We do not have an active business relationship with GAMA since April 2017.
July 2018 Gama Plantation was officiated as a formal group of companies and launched a website, where it disclosed its sustainability policy commitment based on the NDPE principles. It also issued a Stop Work Order (SWO) to suspend all greenfield development with immediate effect from 1 July 2018. The SWO would remain until the management is assured that a robust system is in place to ensure its compliance with its NDPE commitments.
October 2018 We attended one of GAMA Plantation’s stakeholder engagement session, to review its sustainability commitments and plan.
February 2019 GAMA Plantation published its first progress report detailing the implementation and progress of their NDPE commitments.
September 2019 GAMA Corporation was rebranded as Karunia Prima Nastari (KPN Corporation).
November 2019 KPN Plantation published its Group Sustainability Policy, second progress report and 60-month time-bound action plan to report their progress in implementing NDPE policy at group level.
January 2020 We held a meeting with KPN Plantation (formerly known as GAMA) to discuss the improvements and steps taken by the company regarding their sustainability progress.
March 2020 We acknowledged the commitment shown by KPN Plantation toward sustainability. We decided to let KPN Plantation follow our re-entry process. We required KPN Plantation to comply with a set of re-entry requirements as per our CPP.
July 2020 After submitting evidence of their progress as required by Musim Mas’ re-entry criteria, and after our analysing all requested documents, Musim Mas has decided that KPN Plantation can re-enter our supply chain.

Musim Mas will continue monitoring the implementation of the action plans of KPN Plantation.

March 2021
KPN has published its third progress report on its NDPE Policy Compliance and updated its 60-month time-bound action plan.
June 2022 With regards to Greenpeace (October 2013) report as mentioned above, KPN Plantation shared with us the following updates on JJP:
  1. EIA and HCV Assessment did not identify any tiger habitat area in JJP’s concession.
  2. All JJP areas had been cleared in 2007. The planting after 2008 is part of rehabilitation.
  3. The fire incident case is currently going through the Supreme Court process.

Musim Mas supports the proactive progress taken by KPN Plantation to resolve this case.

 

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