28 November 2014

Sime Darby Berhad Registers a Pre-Tax Profit of RM674.9 million for 1Q FY2014/2015

Sime Darby Berhad recorded a pre-tax profit of RM674.9 million and a net profit of RM500.7 million for the first quarter ended 30 September 2014 (1Q FY2014/15), representing a slight increase of 1 percent and 2 percent respectively, compared to the same period in the last financial year.
7 November 2014

Sime Darby Donates 5.7 Million Rubber Gloves to Fight Ebola in Liberia

The Sime Darby Foundation (SDF), the philanthropic arm of Sime Darby, is donating 5.7 million rubber gloves worth USD155,000 to help Liberia fight the Ebola virus disease (EVD).
5 November 2014

World Leading Experts Embark on High Carbon Stock Study

A team of leading experts has been appointed to undertake a comprehensive, independent and scientifically robust Study on what constitutes high carbon stock forests in the context of their conversion to oil palm plantations.
24 October 2014

Sime Darby Works with IFRC to Raise Ebola Awareness

The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and Liberia Red Cross (LRC) have reached out to more than 400,000 people in Liberia in its efforts to battle the Ebola Virus Disease.
22 September 2014

Sime Darby Plantation Halts All Development while HCS Study is Conducted

Sime Darby Plantation is halting all development while a scientific study to determine what constitutes High Carbon Stock (HCS) areas is being carried out.
19 September 2014

Major Growers Commit to No HCS Development as HCS Study Starts in Earnest

he world’s five biggest growers of oil palm, namely Asian Agri, IOI Corporation Berhad, Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad, Musim Mas Group and Sime Darby Plantation, have agreed not to develop potential high carbon stock areas with immediate effect, while the High Carbon Stock (HCS) Study they are funding is underway.
30 July 2014

The World’s Largest Palm Oil Players Commit to Funding High Carbon Stock Study

The world’s largest palm oil players are jointly funding a comprehensive 12-month study that will:
17 July 2014

Response to Greenpeace’s Release on the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto

As the world’s largest producers of sustainable palm oil and key players of the industry, the Signatories to the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto strive to engage and work with all relevant stakeholders, especially in projects of major importance such as the High Carbon Stock (HCS) Study.
8 July 2014

Palm Oil Industry Comes Together In Significant Sustainability Initiative

The world’s largest palm oil players have taken a significant step forward in sustainability, by committing to the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto which sets higher standards for growers, traders, end users, and other stakeholders.