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NBPOL and Wilmar collaborate to bring segregated certified palm oil to Europe
Source : biofuels-news.com
Papua New Guinea-headquartered New Britain Palm Oil (NBPOL), a large-scale integrated industrial producer of sustainable palm oil in Australasia, and agribusiness group Wilmar International have agreed to set up an integrated supply chain and joint marketing agreement to supply Europe with fully traceable and segregated sustainable palm oil from NBPOL's Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certified plantations in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. The palm oil will be available from Wilmar's refinery in Brake, Germany, in a range of products from mid-2012. The Brake-based facility has a fully capacity of around 700'000 tonnes a year, 300'000 tonnes of which will be dedicated to palm oil supplied from NBPOL's estates. The market for palm oil in Europe is estimated at approximately 5 million tonnes a year.
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14 May 2011 |
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