Case Study: Hectarage Of Oil Palm In Malaysia

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Hectarage of oil palm in Malaysia
In Malaysia, the crop's full potential has been exploited in a huge hectarage. The crops are planted and grown in neat rows in well-managed, which is being dosmeticated. From a mere 400 hectares of plantations in 1920, the hectarage has been expanded. The cultivation of oil palm increased at a fast pace in early 1960s at when the government introduced land settlement schemes for planting oil palm, on other hand to eradicate poverty for the landless farmers and smallholders. Today, 4.49 million hectares of land in Malaysia is used for palm oil cultivation and producing 17.73 million tonnes of palm oil. The oil palm plantations in Malaysia are mainly depends on the estate management system and smallholder scheme. Malaysia is one the largest producers and exporters of palm oil in the world. This industry has provided employment which is more than half a million people and livelihood to an estimated one million people.

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Traceability is the first necessary step in order to ensure the sustainability or security of its supply chain. Typically, a traceable supply chain is another progress to develop the sustainability of palm oil production, processing and trading in Malaysia. However, currently in 2015, Malaysia has achieved their 100% of palm oil originating from the refineries is completely traceable to the crude palm oil (cpo) mill level, and 30% is traceable to the fresh fruit bunch or plantation level. This helps Malaysia to develop a transparency and traceability across independent palm oil supply chain
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