• Simpang Kiri (2,600 hectares)

    Mature oil palm estate in the province of Aceh, near the border with North Sumatra, which was acquired in the early 1980s. The estate consists of two divisions both of which have a variety of terrain and soils. Fresh fruit bunches are processed in a nearby third-party mill.

    • Group planted area
      2,378 hectares
  • Kota Bangun estates, East Kalimantan (16,000 hectares)

    Located in East Kalimantan, close to Kota Bangun and next to the Mahakam River, the land was acquired in 2006. The terrain is predominantly light undulating with a small area of terracing and some low-lying land. The first areas planted started production during 2010; a 60-tonne mill was commissioned in December 2012, and a second mill will be commissioned in 2019.

    • Group planted area
      10,450 hectares
    • Smallholder co-operatives planted area
      4,500 hectares
  • Bumi Mas Agro, East Kalimantan (10,000 hectares)

    Located in East Kalimantan, north-east of Sangatta next to the Manubar River, the Group entered into an agreement in August 2017 to acquire this land, subject to the completion of regulatory formalities in Indonesia. The terrain is predominantly flat with some light undulating land and a small area of terracing; the area has good clay and alluvial soils. The land was largely planted in 2012-14, with the first harvesting taking place during 2015.

    • Group planted area
      7,800 hectares
    • Smallholder co-operatives planted area
      1,300 hectares
  • Bangka (10,000 hectares)

    Located on the island of Bangka (off the south-east coast of Sumatra), the land was acquired in 2005. The terrain is flat, consisting of light, sandy soils. The first areas planted started production during 2009. A 45-tonne mill with composting facility and biogas plant was commissioned in May 2016.

    • Group planted area
      5,700 hectares
    • Smallholder co-operatives planted area
      3,600 hectares
  • Pangkatan group (7,400 hectares)

    Grouping of three estates (Pangkatan, Bilah, Sennah) whose fruit is processed in a 40-tonne mill built on Pangkatan in 2005. Combination of a long-established, mature (ex-rubber) oil-palm estate on partly hilly and terraced land (Pangkatan), and more recently-planted flat, low-lying land (Bilah and Sennah) separated from the Keludang river by flood-protection bunds.

    • Group planted area
      6,969 hectares
  • Musi Rawas (10,000 hectares)

    Located in South Sumatra province near the town of Lubuk Linggau, the project was started in 2012. The terrain is predominantly light undulating with a small area of terracing. Much had previously been planted with smallholders’ rubber, which had been abandoned. The Group began planting oil palm at the end of 2014, and harvesting started in 2017.

    • Group planted area
      1,900 hectares
    • Smallholder co-operatives planted area
      800 hectares
  • Kerasaan (2,300 hectares; minority share)

    Mature (ex-rubber) oil-palm estate near the town of Permatangsiantar in North Sumatra. Terrain is flat and the soil is volcanic. Fresh fruit bunches are processed in the neighbouring Bukit Marajah mill, owned by the SIPEF Group - also the majority shareholder in Kerasaan. The Group has a 38% share in the 2,300 planted hectares.

  • Bertam Properties and Bertam Estate (310 hectares)

    This land was previously the Group’s Bertam Estate, most of which was sold into a joint venture, Bertam Properties, with two Malaysian partners. Originally covering 1,440 hectares, starting in 1992 the area has been developed into a new township with houses, shopping centres, offices university buildings and a golf course. The remaining developable land amount to 310 hectares. The Group has a 40% share of Bertam Properties and 100% of the remaining 70 hectares of Bertam Estate. Both have significant value as property-development land.

    • Bertam Properties
      310 hectares
    • Bertam Estate
      70 hectares