PalmCo Collaborates with Aspekpir to Implement SRP in West Kalimantan

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PalmCo Collaborates with Aspekpir to Implement SRP in West Kalimantan. Photo by: PalmCo

PALMOILMAGAZINE, PEKANBARU – Asosiasi Petani Kelapa Sawit Inti Rakyat (Aspekpir) West Kalimantan Province claimed to be ready and support smallholders replanting program that Sub Holding PalmCo supported.

Chairman of Aspekpir Kalimantan Barat, YS Marjitan said that the presence of PalmCo would deliver new hopes for smallholders in the province. “PalmCo and Mister Jatmiko Santosa would deliver new hopes to solve what smallholders face in West Kalimantan Province,” Marjitan said, as quoted from the official page of PT Perkebunan Nusantara (PTPN) V, Friday (15/12/2023).

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He also mentioned SRP is one significant thing to escalate the plantation productivity and smallholders’ welfare.  “We believe that SRP would be the answer of smallholders and companies’ plantation productivity gap. This would indirectly help us to escalate our economy and welfare,” he said.

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The government through Ministry of Enterprises and Holding Perkebunan Nusantara III (Persero) officially established Sub Holding PalmCo by mergering PTPN V, VI, and XIII into PTPN IV as the established company and unpure the assets and liability separation of PTPN III (Persero) into PTPN IV.

After the merget, Jatmiko Santosa is now the Director of PalmCo. The man who led and changed PTPN V for four years through many transformatioin programs, succeeded implementing SrP in Bumi Lancang Kuning, Riau Province.

Until now, PTPN V known as Regional III PTPN IV is the government’s plantation company that conducted the largest SRP in Holding Perkebunan Nusantara.

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Jatmiko Santosa said that he would always commit to accelerating SRP in West Kalimantan Province. “We would be very grateful for the support of Aspekpir West Kalimantan. We would always be in synergy to realize SRP in this province,” he said.

He also targeted SRP in the province would lay on about 200 thousand hectares for the next five years. “We would keep encouraging smallholders to get SRP because it would be a long term – investment that would deliver advantages for them,” Jatmiko said. (T2)

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