AFTER TENS OF YEARS WORKING WITH BOOK, AND EIGHT YEARS INVOLVING IN PALM OIL ASSOCIATIONS, HE NOW WORKS IN A BIG PALM OIL PLANTATION COMPANY. OF COURSE, WITHIN DIFFERENT POSITION BY HOPING, HE COULD GIVE ADDITIONAL VALUE AND PROVE THAT PALM OIL PLANTATION COMPANIES ARE NOT AS WHAT THEY ARE ACCUSED.
After eight years working as Executive Director in Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA), M. Fadhil Hasan is now a practitioner in one big palm oil plantation company in Indonesia.
He carefully decided it because as the Director of Corporate Affairs in Asian Agri, he is satisfied to deal with stakeholders’ association and determined to run his new role and believes to give the new experience.
He also realized, his new position has some differences from what he dealt with associations. But it is not dominant for there are some similarities.
For example, when dealing with association, he did advocacy in every industrial activity with the government, did networking and others. “So that the association would be listened and noticed,” he recently said in Jakarta.
After joining Asian Agri, he continued, he keeps vocalizing the interest of palm oil industries but it is more specific because he should give more to the company, increase the additional value of the company to boost the profit.
He also thought, Asian Agri is one of many established palm oil plantation companies in its sector. The reason is that the company has been established since 1980s. The focus to do is to maintain the nursery, increase and widen the network of the company.
There are three pillars and become the regulations of the company, they are, making the partnership as the model of business,
The second is that the high commitment to sustainability practices, and third is the efficiency. “The three pillars would go on, develop and empower,” Fadhil who once as the Executive Director in INDEF in 2004-2008, said.
The three pillars of Asian Agri are in the same spirit with the government which now runs palm oil replanting program for the independent and plasma smallholders.
The partnership as the model of bus . . .