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4 July 2019

Moody’s affirms Sime Darby Plantation’s Baa1 ratings

Moody's Investors Service has affirmed the Baa1 issuer rating of Sime Darby Plantation Berhad (SDP).
3 July 2019

Sime Darby Plantation Strengthens Policy on Suppliers who Violate No-Deforestation Commitments

Sime Darby Plantation (SDP) today published its ‘Working with Suppliers to Draw the Line on Deforestation’ policy statement to strengthen their commitment to achieve a sustainable supply chain.
27 July 2016

Sime Darby’s Ulu Remis Palm Oil Mill Cleared for Operations

Sime Darby Plantation yesterday received a letter from the Department of Environment, Johor, reinstating the license to operate its Ulu Remis Palm Oil Mill in Johor.
16 July 2016

Sungai Johor Ammonia Pollution Issue

With reference to recent statements quoted in the media, Sime Darby Plantation would like to clarify the following:
30 July 2014

The World’s Largest Palm Oil Players Commit to Funding High Carbon Stock Study

The world’s largest palm oil players are jointly funding a comprehensive 12-month study that will:
17 July 2014

Response to Greenpeace’s Release on the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto

As the world’s largest producers of sustainable palm oil and key players of the industry, the Signatories to the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto strive to engage and work with all relevant stakeholders, especially in projects of major importance such as the High Carbon Stock (HCS) Study.
8 July 2014

Palm Oil Industry Comes Together In Significant Sustainability Initiative

The world’s largest palm oil players have taken a significant step forward in sustainability, by committing to the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto which sets higher standards for growers, traders, end users, and other stakeholders.
22 July 2011

Sime Darby Plantation Marks 1,000,000 MT of Sustainable Palm Oil Production

Sime Darby Plantation announced today that its sustainable production capacity has broken the million metric tonne mark, following a concerted effort to certify its Strategic Operating Units (SOU) by the Roundtable of Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).