PALMOILMAGAZINE, JAKARTA – In the pursuit of expanding its reach, the RSPO introduced the Certification, Trade, and Traceability System (CTTS) in October 2023. This innovative system, formed through a tripartite consortium of global agricultural technology experts, serves as a testament to the RSPO’s commitment to advancing and digitizing traceability systems.
Built on cutting-edge solutions, the CTTS is designed to meet present requirements and anticipate future needs, aligning with the increasingly rigorous global regulations, starting with the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR). The RSPO actively collaborates with the European Commission to share insights on this subject with relevant stakeholders.
Aryo Gustomo, the Director of Assurance at RSPO, shared that the upcoming system will encompass all essential elements of sustainable palm oil practices. This includes ensuring the accuracy of information to obtain precise data, such as plantation locations, palm oil block details, and transaction credits.
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“This tool will provide more comprehensive data accuracy and address the challenges we currently face,” he stated during a press conference attended by Palmoilmagazine.com on Tuesday (21/11/2023) in Jakarta.
The development of this tool takes into account various aspects, with the project having been underway for several months. “We have identified the needs that must be incorporated into the tool, and we are continually collaborating with software programmers to refine its form and functionality,” he added. (T4)