The Group follows a vertically integrated agribusiness model with principal activities that span the entire supply chain from research & development, oil palm seed breeding, oil palm cultivation and milling to the refining, branding and marketing of cooking oil, margarine, shortening and other palm oil derivative products. The Group has garnered leading market shares in the Indonesian branded cooking oil, margarine and shortening markets. As a diversified agribusiness group, we are also engaged in the cultivation of rubber, sugar cane and other crops.
IndoAgri believes that operating as an integrated agribusiness group provides a resilient business model with significant economies of scale and cost advantages. This in turn increases IndoAgri's competitiveness.
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To become a leading integrated agribusiness, and one of the world-class agricultural research and seed breeding companies.
With discipline as the basis of our way of life; we conduct our business with integrity; we treat our stakeholders with respect; and together we unite to strive for excellence and continuous innovation.
To be a low-cost producer, through high yields and cost-effective and efficient operations.
To continuously improve our people, processes and technology.
Exceed our customers' expectations, whilst ensuring the highest standards of quality.
Recognise our role as responsible and engaged corporate citizens in all our business operations, including sustainable environmental and social practices.
To continuously increase stakeholders' value.
IndoAgri owns strategically located estates and production facilities across Indonesia. The Group's planted area occupies 301,721 hectares. Oil palm is the dominant crop, followed by sugar cane, rubber and other crops. Our plantations are largely located in Sumatra and Kalimantan, while our refineries are mainly sited at major cities including Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya and Bitung.
IndoAgri has a 35% interest in CMAA. CMAA has 79,268 hectares of planted sugar cane in Brazil, of which 44% is company owned and 56% belongs to third parties.
IndoAgri has a 30% interest in FPNRL, which in turn holds a 62.9% interest in RHI, the largest integrated sugar business in the Philippines.