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Since 2015, the Governor of West Kalimantan, Drs. Cornelis MH, assumed the responsibility as Coordinator of the Governor's Climate and Forest (GCF) Task Force Indonesia.
Asia Pulp & Paper's Strategic Partner, Charta Global Receives Indonesian Trade and Government Recognition at Annual Gala
The Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia has honored Charta Global for its continuing expansion, leadership and growing import volumes of Indonesian paper products into the United States.
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas today has been awarded as one of the most environmentally friendly company from Eco-Products International Fair 2016 (EPIF) in Bangkok, Thailand. APP was the only company from Indonesia that has been given this award.
Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) announced its support for a new community-led bio-fuel pilot initiative that could at scale, help to reduce the use of fossil fuels in Indonesia, increase the availability of renewable bio-fuels, provide incomes for local communities and help to reduce the vulnerability of Indonesia’s forest to fire, degradation and deforestation.
APP Launches Collaborative Sustainable Development Initiative with West Kalimantan & South Sumatra Provincial Governments
Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) and the Belantara Foundation last week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with South Sumatra provincial government, as well as a declaration of commitment with the West Kalimantan provincial government, to support both provincial governments in sustainable landscape management to achieve green growth in their respective region. Both provinces are leaders in this space and have driven the push for integrating environmental protection and economic growth policy in Indonesia.
Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) welcomes FSC’s announcement of the start of stakeholders consultation phase on the draft roadmap to end disassociation.
Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) acquired PT OKI Pulp & Paper Mills (OKI) in 2013 as part of our expansion plan to increase our production capacity responsibly, which is essential for us to continue meeting growing market demands and further strengthen Indonesia's contribution to global trade.
Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) will be showcasing a range of updated and established product lines for the print and packaging industry at Drupa 2016, between the 31st of May and 10th June 2016. APP’s stand is located at F08, Hall no.4.
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) is to install rooftop solar capacity in excess of 200 mega-watts (MW) across eight of its mill companies in China, enough to power more than 500,000 homes. APP is announcing an additional 129.5 mega-watts of capacity to build on 70.5 installed during the previous year. It is anticipated to be the largest solar project within the pulp & paper industry, and amongst the largest rooftop solar project anywhere in the world.
Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) held a fire preparedness exhibition today on its industrial grounds to show its readiness in facing this year’s dry season.
Asia Pulp and Paper Forest Conservation Policy Report Reveals Accelerated Progress in Peatland Management
On the 3rd anniversary of the company’s Forest Conservation Policy (FCP), Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) announces the acceleration of their Peatland Best Practice Management Project (PBPMP).
In an effort to preserve the culture and tradition of the Sakai tribe in Riau province, Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) and its wood supplier, PT Arara Abadi (Arara) has built five traditional Sakai houses for communal purposes. The traditional houses were built in collaboration with the Bengkalis District government and the Sakai community.
Asia Pulp & Paper’s commitment to support the protection and restoration of Indonesian forest landscape accepted into Bonn Challenge
Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) has unveiled that its commitment to support the protection and restoration of 1 million hectares of forest in Indonesia has been accepted into the Bonn Challenge, the most comprehensive forest restoration initiative in the world.