Date: 25 October 2016
Time: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Location: Sabah Hotel, Sandakan, Sabah
Event Type:

RSPO is proud to announce that it will be organising an engagement session with stakeholders from the palm oil industry in Malaysia. This is another effort of RSPO to reach out to its members and to update on the latest development on RSPO.  

In this session, RSPO will be talking about Group Certification and RSPO NEXT.

Details of the program is as follow:

Date: 26th October 2016 (Wednesday)

Time: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Registration will start from 08:30 am

Venue: Amadeus I & II, Sabah Hotel, Sandakan, Sabah

Topics to be discussed: 

  1. Introduction on RSPO and Q&A 
  2. RSPO Group Certification on FFB Production and Q&A
  3. RSPO Next and Q&A
  4. General Updates on RSPO

Who should attend
This engagement session is targeted to palm oil companies, smallholder groups and/or any aspiring group manager for smallholders, outgrowers, millers and NGOs.
The public are also welcome to participate if they would like to understand more about RSPO and sustainable palm oil. However, seats are limited for the public participation. 

Registration fee is FREE.

To register please send us an email and provide us your details (Full Name, Company, Address, Position and Email Address). Send your email to Aaina Karina Mohamed Senawi ([email protected]).

Deadline for registration: CLOSED


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