Date: 6 November 2016
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Location: Indonesia Room, Krungthep Wing, Shangri-La Bangkok
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In this training session, mills and crushers will learn how to use the RSPO eTrace platform to sell RSPO credits (currently known as GreenPalm certificates). From January 2017 onwards, the Book & Claim supply chain model will be handled in RSPO eTrace, like the physical supply chain models of the RSPO.

With the integration of Book & Claim in RSPO eTrace, crushers will for the first time be able to sell RSPO credits for the CSPKO and CSPKE they produce. For mills this means that they will only be able to sell credits for CSPO. The certified Palm Kernel needs to be sold to a crusher who can then decide to sell CSPKO and CSPKE as physical or as credits.

During this session, we will explain how this works in RSPO eTrace and what the requirements are in order to sell RSPO credits. The workshop will be held in English and will cover the following topics:

  • Transition from GreenPalm to eTrace

  • Requirements for selling RSPO credits

  • Demonstration of the New System

  • Question & Answer Session

Who should attend: Mills and crushers who (want to) make use of the Book & Claim supply chain model. Also, holding managers selling credits on behalf of a mill and/or a crusher are welcome.

You find the registration form here. Please note that the workshop will take place at the Shangri-La hotel and not online.

Please contact Lisa Schaller at [email protected] for more information.

Registration is free and seats are limited.



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