PTPN V Records TBS Production 1,180,000 Ton

By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, April 30 2018 - 17:00 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Pekanbaru - PT Perkebunan Nusantara V said that the company's increasing performance will increase the production of fresh fruit or fruit bunches (FFB) reaching 1,180,000 tons in 2017.

"The company's performance continues to show positive trend with TBS production reaching 1,180,000 tons or 4.14 percent above RKAP," said PR PTPN V Riski Atriansyah in Pekanbaru, Monday (30/4/2018)

Risky explained that based on the company's work plan and budget (RKAP), PTPN V in 2017 will fix TBS production of 1,133 thousand tons from about 86,000 hectares of oil palm plantation area of ​​the state-owned company.

Meanwhile, compared to 2016, Risky said the company's recent TBS production received recognition as a state-owned company that pocketed the largest ISPO certificate in Indonesia also increased by 7.37 percent or 49 thousand tons higher.

"FFB production for the first time in the history of the company touched 20.1 tons per hectare or an increase of 10.17 percent compared to 2016," he explained.

Furthermore, Risky said the positive performance in FFB production is also in line with the increase in production of crude palm oil (CPO) processing section.

He said that although CPO production in 2017 did not meet the set target, it is still much higher than CPO production in 2016. In 2017, PTPN V recorded CPO production was at 498 thousand tons or an increase of 8.47 percent compared to 2016.

"For the yield of CPO 20.27 percent or higher 0.33 percent compared to RKAP 2017," he said.

PTPN V recently received recognition as a state-owned company that pocketed the largest ISPO of the ISPO Commission in organizing the "2nd International Conference and Expo on ISPO 2018" at Balai Kartini Jakarta recently.

A total of 12 palm oil mills (PKS) owned by government oil palm Plantation Company, PT Perkebunan Nusantara V has pocketed certificate of Indonesia Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO).

PTPN President Director Mohammad Yudayat to the media crew said PTPN V first pocketed the certificate ISPO in 2013. For four consecutive years, the red plate company continues to meet all the elements and conditions set until 12 PKS is now getting a certificate of pride of oil palm plantation companies them.

He specifies that the 12 palm oil mills and their supporting gardens that have ISPO pocketed through tight audits by independent teams include PKS and Kebun Tandun, Sei Rokan, Sei Pagar, Sei Garo, Sei Galuh, Terantam, Sei Intan, Tanjung Medan, Tanah Putih, Sei Made, Lubuk Dalam, and Sei Tapung.

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