Governor of Central Sulawesi Calls for Legal Compliance in Palm Oil Governance

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Governor of Central Sulawesi, Rusdy Mastura when delivering orders in the coordination meeting about palm oil governance in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Wednesday (5/6/2024). Photo by: Special

PALMOILMAGAZINE, PALU – Governor of Central Sulawesi Province Rusdy Mastura underscored the importance for the regional government to ensure that palm oil plantation companies operating within the province are fully compliant with legal regulations, both in their operational activities and mill operations.

Speaking at a coordination meeting on palm oil governance in Central Sulawesi held in Palu on Wednesday (5/6/2024), Governor Mastura stressed the necessity for palm oil companies to possess legal documentation pertaining to business rights for plantations and building rights for their facilities. He emphasized the need for strict adherence to regulations governing palm oil governance to promote the establishment of a sustainable palm oil plantation system.

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“The meeting should be the moment to get monitoring, evaluation, proposal, suggestion, inputs, and encouraging research and innovation to realize sustainable palm oil plantation system in the Negeri Seribu Megalit, Central Sulawesi,” Mastura said, as quoted from Antara.

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He hoped the conclusion and recommendation from the meeting should be maximally realized and making Central Sulawesi the pioneer in developing sustainable palm oil plantations in Indonesia.

“Hopefully the results that become the conclusion and recommendation can be maximally implemented,” he said.

Governor Mastura targeted that the province would be the palm oil plantation center in Indonesia by realizing downstream sectors.

In 2023, Central Sulawesi produced about 462 thousand tons of palm oil with the average productivity about 4.500 kilograms per hektare per year. Palm oil plantations in the province laid about 152 thousand hectares. (T2)

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