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The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) has taken action against RSPO member companies / organizations for not submitting the Annual Communications of Progress (ACOP).
During the recently concluded exercise, companies / organizations that did not submit their ACOP reports faced the following action:
Companies / organizations that have had their RSPO membership terminated will have all membership privileges revoked. With immediate effect (31 October 2016), these members' RSPO Certificates and RSPO Trademark Licenses will no longer be valid, and any trade of Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) by these members shall cease. The same communication has been relayed to the respective members on the date in which the termination became effective.
Companies / organizations that have had their RSPO membership suspended will have all membership privileges revoked with immediate effect. However, there will be a grace period of 30 days before their certificates, trade and Trademark License will cease to be valid.