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  • Parent company:
    HSF (S) Pte. Ltd.
  • Landbank
    20,434 hectares
  • Market cap:
    162,000,000 USD
  • Thomson Reuters ticker:
    KMTR.JK
  • Bloomberg ticker:
    KMTR IJ Equity
  • ISIN:
    ID1000139306
  • Website:

Company assessment: Kirana Megatara – March 2022

Assessment date:

Score by disclosure type:

Total: 41.2% 67.5 / 164
  • Organisation: 13 / 36 36.1%
  • Policy: 43.5 / 79 55.1%
  • Practice: 11 / 49 22.5%
  • Self-reported: 9.3 / 49 18.9%
  • External: 1.8 / 49 3.6%
  • Sustainability policy and leadership Sustainability policy and leadership
    6.25 / 11 56.8%
    • Organisation: 2.5 / 6 41.7%
    • Policy: 2 / 2 100%
    • Practice: 1.8 / 3 58.3%
    • Self-reported: 1 / 3 33.3%
    • External: 0.8 / 3 25%
    • Y
      1 / 1

      1. Sustainable natural rubber policy or commitment for all its operations?

      The company has published a sustainable natural rubber policy which covers all of its rubber operations.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      2. Sustainable natural rubber policy or commitment applies to all suppliers?

      The company has published a sustainable natural rubber policy which applies to all suppliers.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      3. High-level position of responsibility for sustainability?

      Widyantoko Sumarlin, Chief Sustainability Officer.

    • N
      0 / 1

      4. One or more members within the board of the company have responsibility for sustainability?

    • N
      0 / 1

      5. Percentage or number of women in senior management team?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      6. Percentage or number of women board members?

      1 (20%) - The company reports five (5) members in the board, out of which one (1) is female. The company has not reported the gender balance directly.

    • P
      0.75 / 1

      7. Member of multiple industry schemes or other external initiatives to reduce negative environmental or social outcomes associated with natural rubber production?

      [Externally verified] The company is a member of 'Partnership for Indonesian Sustainable Agriculture (PISAgro)'.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      8. Collaboration with stakeholders to reduce negative environmental or social outcomes associated with natural rubber production?

      The company reports a collaboration with SNV Netherlands to implement a Responsible Sourcing from Smallholder (RSS) programme. This programme delivers training modules of SNV's Better Management Practices (BMP) specifically designed for rubber smallholders.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      9. Sustainability report published within last two years?

      The company's latest sustainability report was published in 2020.

    • N
      0 / 1

      10. Reports through standardised reporting systems?

    • N
      0 / 1

      11. Climate risks assessment available?

  • Landbank, maps and traceability Landbank, maps and traceability
    6 / 20 30%
    • Organisation: 6 / 15 40%
    • Policy: 0 / 2 0%
    • Practice: 0 / 3 0%
    • Self-reported: 0 / 3 0%
    • External: 0 / 3 0%
    • Y
      1 / 1

      12. Lists countries and operations?

      Indonesia (North Sumatra, Jambi, Riau, South Sumatra, Lampung, Bangka and West Kalimantan) - factories and plantations.

    • 13. Lists countries sourcing from?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      14. Total land area managed/controlled for natural rubber (ha)?

      20,434.4 - The company reports the total land allocated for natural rubber. PT Putra Katingan Pratama (PKP)- 11,300 ha; PT Anugerah Alam Persada (AAP)- 3,889 ha and PT Kilau Getah Kemuning (KGK)- 5,245.37 ha.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      15. Total natural rubber planted area (ha)?

      2,861 - The company reports the total planted area for natural rubber as 2861 ha. PT Putra Katingan Pratama (PKP)- 1,300 ha; PT Anugerah Alam Persada (AAP)- 963 ha and PT Kilau Getah Kemuning (KGK)- 598 ha.

    • N
      0 / 1

      16. Scheme smallholders/outgrowers planted area (ha)?

    • N
      0 / 1

      17. Unplanted area (areas designated for future planting) (ha)?

    • N
      0 / 1

      18. Conservation set-aside area, including HCV area (ha)?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      19. Maps of estates/management units?

      The maps of two estates of for PT Putra Katingan Pratama and PT Anugerah Alam Persada can be accessed via google maps through the address provided by the company for these estates. However, it is unclear if the maps found represent all operations under these companies.

    • N
      0 / 1

      20. Management plans for natural rubber production are available for all estates/management units?

    • N
      0 / 1

      21. Monitoring of management plan implementation available for all estates/management units?

    • N
      0 / 1

      22. Maps of scheme/outgrower smallholders?

    • N
      0 / 1

      23. Names and locations of all third-party supplying industrial estates/management units?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      24. List of jurisdictions where sourcing from smallholders?

      The company provides a list of provinces where it is sourcing from smallholders comprising of North Sumatera, Jambi, South Sumatera, Lampung, West Kalimantan, and "Others". It is unclear what "others" includes.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      25. Number of company owned natural rubber processing facilities?

      16 - The company reports it owns sixteen natural rubber processing facilities.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      26. Names and locations of company owned natural rubber processing facilities?

      The company reports the names and addresses of all company owned natural rubber processing facilities.

    • N
      0 / 1

      27. Number (or percentage) of company-owned processing facilities that source from company-owned operations and/or third parties?

    • N
      0 / 1

      28. Reports total volumes (or percentages) sourced by company-owned processing facilities that come from company's own operations and/or third-parties?

    • 29. Number of third party supplying processing facilities?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • 30. Names and locations of all third party supplying processing facilities?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • 31. Number (or percentage) of third party supplying processing facilities that source from their own plantations and/or third party plantations?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • 32. Reports total volume (or percentages) sourced from third-party supplying processing facilities that come from the supplying facilities' own operations and/or third parties?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • 33. Total volume (or percentage) sourced for manufacturing that comes from intermediary traders rather than directly from processing facilities?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • 34. Time-bound commitment to achieve 100% traceability to processing facility level?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • 35. Percentage of supply traceable to processing facility level?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • N
      0 / 1

      36. Time-bound commitment to achieve 100% traceability to industrial plantation level?

    • N
      0 / 1

      37. Percentage of supply from own processing facilities traceable to industrial plantation level?

    • 38. Percentage of supply from third-party processing facilities traceable to industrial plantation level?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • N
      0 / 1

      39. Time-bound commitment to achieve 100% traceability to jurisdictional level for smallholders?

    • N
      0 / 1

      40. Percentage of supply from own processing facilities traceable to smallholder at jurisdictional level?

    • 41. Percentage of supply from third party processing facilities traceable to smallholders at jurisdictional level?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

  • Certification standards/Sustainability initiatives Certification standards/Sustainability initiatives
    2.5 / 10 25%
    • Organisation: 1 / 1 100%
    • Policy: 0 / 3 0%
    • Practice: 1.5 / 6 25%
    • Self-reported: 0.5 / 6 8.3%
    • External: 1 / 6 16.7%
    • Y
      1 / 1

      42. Member of the Global Platform for Sustainable Natural Rubber (GPSNR)?

      [Externally verified] The company is a member of GPSNR. This has been verified via the GPSNR website.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      43. Submitted self-declaration form for the Sustainable Natural Rubber Initiative (SNR-i)?

      The company has submitted a self-declaration form for SNR-i.

    • N
      0 / 1

      44. Percentage area (ha) FSC certified?

    • N
      0 / 1

      45. Time-bound plan for achieving FSC FM certification of estates/management units?

    • N
      0 / 1

      46. Percentage of scheme/outgrower smallholders (ha) FSC-certified?

    • N
      0 / 1

      47. Time-bound plan for achieving FSC certification of scheme/outgrower smallholders?

    • N
      0 / 1

      48. Percentage of natural rubber supply (tonnes) from independent smallholders/outgrowers/third-party natural rubber suppliers that is FSC-certified?

    • 49. Percentage of all natural rubber products handled/traded/processed (tonnes) that is FSC-certified?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • N
      0 / 1

      50. Percentage area (ha) PEFC certified (excluding FSC certified area)?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      51. Certified under voluntary sustainability certification scheme?

      The company reports that all of its factories are certified against ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management System) by TUV Rheinland Cert GmbH. However, the certificates are not available publicly.

    • N
      0 / 1

      52. Commitment to become 100% certified under voluntary sustainability certification scheme?

  • Deforestation and biodiversity Deforestation and biodiversity
    8 / 21 38.1%
    • Organisation: 0 / 2 0%
    • Policy: 7 / 13 53.9%
    • Practice: 1 / 6 16.7%
    • Self-reported: 1 / 6 16.7%
    • External: 0 / 6 0%
    • P
      0.5 / 1

      53. Commitment to zero conversion of natural ecosystems?

      The company only reports its commitment to preserving ecosystems including biodiversity. A clear commitment to zero conversion of natural ecosystems is not reported by the company.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      54. Commitment to zero conversion of natural ecosystems applies to all suppliers?

      The company only commits its suppliers to preserving ecosystems including biodiversity. A clear commitment to zero conversion of natural ecosystems is not reported by the company.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      55. Commitment to zero deforestation?

      The company commits to no deforestation.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      56. Commitment to zero deforestation applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits all suppliers to no deforestation.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      57. Criteria and cut-off date for defining deforestation and/or ecosystem conversion?

      The company defines deforestation as HCV, HCS areas and specifies any deforestation/conversion past 1st April 2019 (in line with the GPSNR policy framework) will not be accepted.

    • N
      0 / 1

      58. Evidence of monitoring deforestation and/or ecosystem conversion?

    • N
      0 / 1

      59. Evidence of monitoring deforestation and/or ecosystem conversion in supplier operations?

      The company reports a collaboration with the RubberWay agency to assess smallholders' sustainability risk including deforestation. However the extent of areas being monitored, the methods used to assess deforestation, and the time-frame is unclear.

    • N
      0 / 1

      60. Amount of deforestation and/or ecosystem conversion recorded in own operations since cut-off date?

    • N
      0 / 1

      61. Amount of deforestation and/or ecosystem conversion recorded in supplier operations since cut-off date?

    • N
      0 / 1

      62. Commitment to restoration of deforestation/conversion?

    • N
      0 / 1

      63. Commitment to restoration of deforestation/conversion applies to all suppliers?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      64. Implementing a landscape or jurisdictional level approach?

      The company reports to implement "the use of proper land use plans with an integrated landscape approach", no other information is provided.

    • N
      0 / 1

      65. Biodiversity policy?

    • N
      0 / 1

      66. Biodiversity policy applies to all suppliers?

    • N
      0 / 1

      67. Identified species of conservation concern, referencing international or national system of species classification?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      68. Examples of species and/or habitat conservation management?

      The company only mentions tree planting and reforestation activities around processing facilities, however, no details are provided. Information is not externally verified and is from 2018.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      69. Commitment to no hunting or only sustainable hunting of species?

      The company commits to sustainable hunting but does not specify if this applies to both employees and/or local communities.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      70. Commitment to no hunting or only sustainable hunting of species applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits its suppliers to sustainable hunting but does not specify where it is allowed.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      71. Commitment to protect areas from illegal activities?

      The company reports a commitment to promoting the protection of forest, conservation and other designated protected areas from illegal activities in full compliance with national applicable laws.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      72. Commitment to protect forest areas from illegal activities applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits its suppliers to promoting the protection of forest, conservation and other designated protected areas from illegal activities in full compliance with national applicable laws.

    • N
      0 / 1

      73. Evidence of protecting forest areas from illegal activities?

  • HCV, HCS and impact assessments HCV, HCS and impact assessments
    3 / 7 42.9%
    • Organisation: 0 / 0 0%
    • Policy: 3 / 6 50%
    • Practice: 0 / 1 0%
    • Self-reported: 0 / 1 0%
    • External: 0 / 1 0%
    • P
      0.5 / 1

      74. Commitment to conduct High Conservation Value (HCV) assessments?

      The company only commits to promoting the use of assessment tools based on HCV and HCS concepts. A clear commitment to conduct High Conservation Value (HCV) assessments is not reported.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      75. Commitment to conduct High Conservation Value (HCV) assessments applies to all suppliers?

      The company only commits its suppliers to promoting the use of assessment tools based on HCV and HCS concepts. A clear commitment to conduct High Conservation Value (HCV) assessments is not reported.

    • 76. High Conservation Value (HCV) assessments available for all new plantings since 1st April 2019?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • 77. High Conservation Value (HCV) management and monitoring plans available for all new plantings since 1st April 2019?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      78. Commitment to the High Carbon Stock (HCS) approach?

      The company only commits to promoting the use of assessment tools based on HCV and HCS concepts. A clear commitment to the High Carbon Stock (HCS) Approach is not reported.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      79. Commitment to the High Carbon Stock (HCS) Approach applies to all suppliers?

      The company only commits to promoting the use of assessment tools based on HCV and HCS concepts. A clear commitment to the High Carbon Stock (HCS) Approach is not reported.

    • 80. High Carbon Stock (HCS) assessments available?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • 81. Peer review of all High Carbon Stock (HCS) assessments undertaken since April 2015 by the HCSA Quality Assurance Process?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      82. Commitment to conduct social and environmental impact assessments (SEIAs)?

      The company only reports a commitment to conduct social impact assessments. A commitment to conduct environmental impact assessments could not be found.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      83. Commitment to conduct social and environmental impact assessments (SEIAs) applies to all suppliers?

      The company only commits suppliers to conduct social impact assessments. A commitment to conduct environmental impact assessments could not be found.

    • N
      0 / 1

      84. Social and environmental impact assessment (SEIAs) undertaken, and associated management and monitoring plans?

  • Soils, fire and GHG emissions Soils, fire and GHG emissions
    6.5 / 19 34.2%
    • Organisation: 0.5 / 4 12.5%
    • Policy: 5 / 10 50%
    • Practice: 1 / 5 20%
    • Self-reported: 1 / 5 20%
    • External: 0 / 5 0%
    • P
      0.5 / 1

      85. Commitment to no planting on peat of any depth?

      The company reports its commitment to zero peatland use and prohibiting any form of exploitation of known peat land. However, the depth of peatland this commitment covers is not reported by the company.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      86. Commitment to no planting on peat of any depth applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits its suppliers to zero peatland use and prohibiting any form of exploitation of known peat land. However, the depth of peatland this commitment covers is not reported by the company.

    • N
      0 / 1

      87. Landbank or planted area on peat (ha)?

    • N
      0 / 1

      88. Implementation of commitment to no planting on peat of any depth?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      89. Commitment to best management practices for soils and peat?

      The company reports a commitment to best management practices for soil, however, a commitment to best management practices for peat could not be found.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      90. Commitment to best management practices for soils and peat applies to all suppliers?

      The company reports a commitment to best management practices for soil, however, a commitment to best management practices for peat could not be found.

    • N
      0 / 1

      91. Evidence of best management practices for soils and peat?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      92. Commitment to best/sustainable tapping practices?

      The company commits to best sustainable tapping practices but this only appears to apply to smallholders.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      93. Commitment to best/sustainable tapping practices applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits its suppliers to best sustainable tapping practices but the commitment only appears to apply to smallholders.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      94. Evidence of best/sustainable tapping practices?

      The company reports to conduct a tapping competition which judges speed and technique. The company has another similar competition where sample block of tapped wood are provided by smallholders to be judged by official assessors of the company. It is unclear who is involved in this competition, how frequent and widespread the competition is and if there is any training alongside it, hence partial scoring.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      95. Commitment to zero burning?

      The company commits to no burning.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      96. Commitment to zero burning applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits all suppliers to no burning.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      97. Evidence of fire monitoring and management?

      The company only reports that in November 2020, PT. Kirana Prima held a fire fighting training, who collaborated with the LPADK Binsika team as a speaker as well as a fire fighting trainer. This training is held once a year to increase the knowledge and abilities of the TKTD team of the company in preventing and dealing with fires. An evidence of fire management activity is not reported by the company.

    • N
      0 / 1

      98. Details/number of hotspots/fires in company estates/management units?

    • N
      0 / 1

      99. Details/number of hotspots/fires in suppliers operations/jurisdictions?

    • N
      0 / 1

      100. Time-bound commitment to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      101. GHG emissions intensity?

      The company reports that 'the latest GHG emission is registered at 132.86 kg CO2/ton which is still below the maximum standard allowed for the crumb rubber industry at 200 kgCO2/ton'. However, this information is from 2019.

    • 102. GHG emissions from land use change?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • N
      0 / 1

      103. Progress towards commitment to reduce GHG emissions intensity?

    • N
      0 / 1

      104. Methodology used to calculate GHG emissions?

  • Water, chemical and pest management Water, chemical and pest management
    9 / 20 45%
    • Organisation: 0 / 2 0%
    • Policy: 7 / 11 63.6%
    • Practice: 2 / 7 28.6%
    • Self-reported: 2 / 7 28.6%
    • External: 0 / 7 0%
    • N
      0 / 1

      105. Time-bound commitment to improve water use intensity?

    • N
      0 / 1

      106. Water use intensity?

    • N
      0 / 1

      107. Progress towards commitment on water use intensity?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      108. Time-bound commitment to improve water quality (BOD or COD)?

      The company reports the average BOD (22 mg/L) and COD (57 mg/L) levels for all its factories; figures are within legal limits (BOD- 60 mg/L and COD- 200 mg/L). However, this information is from 2019.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      109. Progress towards commitment on water quality (BOD or COD)?

      The company reports the average BOD (22 mg/L) and COD (57 mg/L) levels for all its factories; figures are within legal limits (BOD- 60 mg/L and COD- 200 mg/L). However, the information reported is from 2019.

    • P
      0.75 / 1

      110. Treatment of effluents from processing facilities?

      The company reports that it has constructed waste-water treatment plants in all factories. However, the information reported is not externally verified.

    • 111. Treatment of effluents from manufacturing facilities?

      This indicator is disabled as it is not applicable to this company.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      112. Commitment to protect natural waterways through buffer zones?

      The company only reports a commitment to promoting the use of buffer zones to protect natural wildlife, and developing riparian boundaries for the protection of rivers and natural waterways. A clear commitment to protect natural waterways through buffer zones is not reported.

    • N
      0 / 1

      113. Implementation of commitment to protect natural waterways through buffer zones?

    • P
      0.75 / 1

      114. Reducing odours from natural rubber processing or manufacuring facilities?

      The company reports to have a principle for adopting cleaner processing methods which includes reducing odour produced from rubber storage and processing. However, this information is not externally verified.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      115. Commitment to minimise the use of chemicals, including pesticides and chemical fertilisers?

      The company commits to minimise the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      116. Commitment to minimise the use of chemicals, including pesticides and chemical fertilisers, applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits all suppliers to minimise the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides.

    • N
      0 / 1

      117. Commitment to no use of paraquat?

    • N
      0 / 1

      118. Commitment to no use of paraquat applies to all suppliers?

    • Y
      1 / 1

      119. Commitment to no use of World Health Organisation (WHO) Class 1A and 1B pesticides?

      The company commits to not use World Health Organisation (WHO) Class 1A and 1B pesticides.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      120. Commitment to no use of World Health Organisation (WHO) Class 1A and 1B pesticides applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits all suppliers to not use World Health Organisation (WHO) Class 1A and 1B pesticides.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      121. Commitment to no use of chemicals listed under the Stockholm Convention and Rotterdam Convention?

      The company commits suppliers to not use Stockholm and Rotterdam Convention chemicals.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      122. Commitment to no use of chemicals listed under the Stockholm Convention and Rotterdam Convention applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits suppliers to not use Stockholm and Rotterdam Convention chemicals.

    • N
      0 / 1

      123. Chemical usage per ha or list of chemicals used?

    • N
      0 / 1

      124. Implementation of commitment to reduce chemical usage?

    • N
      0 / 1

      125. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach?

      The company reports to "promote" the use of biological pest control methods, however no reference to IPM is made and no details of such methods are provided. It is unclear if this is being implemented.

  • Community, land and labour rights Community, land and labour rights
    17.75 / 35 50.7%
    • Organisation: 2 / 5 40%
    • Policy: 14 / 22 63.6%
    • Practice: 1.8 / 8 21.9%
    • Self-reported: 1.8 / 8 21.9%
    • External: 0 / 8 0%
    • P
      0.5 / 1

      126. Commitment to human rights?

      The company reports to respect and honour human rights concerning all of its employees, workers, and the local communities. However, it does not reference the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      127. Commitment to human rights applies to all suppliers?

      The company reports its commitment to respect and honour human rights concerning all of its employees, workers, and the local communities. This commitment applies to all suppliers, however, it does not reference the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

    • N
      0 / 1

      128. Progress on human rights commitment?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      129. Commitment to respect Indigenous and local communities' rights?

      The company commits to respect Indigenous and local communities' rights. However, the commitment does not reference the UNDRIP.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      130. Commitment to indigenous and local communities' rights applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits its suppliers to respect Indigenous and local communities' rights. However, the commitment does not reference the UNDRIP.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      131. Commitment to respect legal and customary land tenure rights?

      The company commits to respect legal and customary land tenure rights.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      132. Commitment to legal and customary land rights applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits suppliers to respect legal and customary land tenure rights.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      133. Commitment to free, prior and informed consent (FPIC)?

      The company commits to respect FPIC.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      134. Commitment to free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits all suppliers to respect FPIC.

    • N
      0 / 1

      135. Details on Free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) process available?

    • N
      0 / 1

      136. Examples of local stakeholder engagement to prevent conflicts?

    • N
      0 / 1

      137. Details of process for addressing land conflicts available?

    • N
      0 / 1

      138. Supports the inclusion of women across natural rubber operations, including addressing barriers faced?

    • N
      0 / 1

      139. Commitment to mitigate impacts on food security?

    • N
      0 / 1

      140. Progress on commitment to mitigate impacts on food security?

    • Y
      1 / 1

      141. Commitment to provide essential community services and facilities?

      The company commits to provide essential community services and facilities.

    • P
      0.75 / 1

      142. Progress on commitment to provide essential community services and facilities?

      The company provides multiple examples of facilities and services provided to communities including education, health and religious facilities. However, the information provided is not externally verified.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      143. Commitment to provide business/work opportunities for local communities?

      The company commits to provide work opportunities for local communities.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      144. Commitment to Fundamental ILO Conventions or Free and Fair Labour Principles?

      The company commits to all Fundamental ILO Conventions.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      145. Commitment to Fundamental ILO Conventions or Free and Fair Labour Principles applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits all suppliers to all Fundamental ILO Conventions.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      146. Progress on commitment to respect all workers' rights?

      The company reports that it has established a mutually supportive relationship with the Labor Union through the concept of partnership and discussion. To ensure that employees understand their rights and responsibilities, the company regularly distributes information on employment regulations to all employees. Limited details are provided by the company.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      147. Commitment to eliminate gender related discrimination with regards to employment?

      The company commits to prevent employment-related discrimination based on gender.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      148. Commitment to eliminate gender related discrimination with regards to employment applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits its suppliers to prohibit all forms of discrimination based on gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, political beliefs, ethnicity or national origin. However, the commitment does not refer to employment related discrimination.

    • N
      0 / 1

      149. Progress on commitment to eliminate gender related discrimination with regards to employment?

    • N
      0 / 1

      150. Percentage or number of temporary employees?

    • Y
      1 / 1

      151. Percentage or number of women employees?

      502 (9%) - The company reports 9% of employees to be female out of the total 5579 employees.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      152. Commitment to pay a living wage?

      The company only commits to pay minimum wage. A clear commitment to pay a living wage is not reported by the company.

    • N
      0 / 1

      153. Commitment to pay a living wage applies to all suppliers?

    • N
      0 / 1

      154. Progress on commitment to pay a living wage?

    • N
      0 / 1

      155. Reporting of salary by gender?

    • Y
      1 / 1

      156. Commitment to address occupational health and safety?

      The company commits to address health and safety at work for all workers.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      157. Commitment to address occupational health and safety applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits its suppliers to address health and safety at work for all workers.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      158. Provision of personal protective equipment and related training?

      The company only mentions providing adequate personal protective equipment. Evidence of providing related training is not reported.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      159. Time lost due to work-based injuries?

      1.32 - The company reports the 'Accident Frequency Rate' in 2020.

    • N
      0 / 1

      160. Number of fatalities as a result of work-based accidents?

  • Smallholders and suppliers Smallholders and suppliers
    4.5 / 14 32.1%
    • Organisation: 1 / 1 100%
    • Policy: 1.5 / 5 30%
    • Practice: 2 / 8 25%
    • Self-reported: 2 / 8 25%
    • External: 0 / 8 0%
    • Y
      1 / 1

      161. Commitment to support smallholders?

      The company commits to support smallholders.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      162. Percentage of supply from smallholders?

      36% - Figure for 2020.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      163. Programme to support scheme smallholders/outgrowers?

      The company reports information on supporting smallholders through its smallholder partnership program. However, the type of smallholders is not reported by the company.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      164. Percentage of scheme smallholders/outgrowers involved in programme?

      15,160 - The company reports the number of smallholders involved in 2020, however, it is unclear what type of smallholders the figure refers to.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      165. Programme to support independent smallholders?

      The company reports information on supporting smallholders through its smallholder partnership program. However, the type of smallholder is not reported by the company.

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      166. Percentage of independent smallholders involved in programme?

      15,160 - The company reports the number of smallholders in 2020, however, it is unclear what type of smallholder the figure refers to.

    • N
      0 / 1

      167. Process used to engage smallholder suppliers on compliance with company's policy and/or legal requirements?

      Suppliers are required to comply with a code of ethics but the method by which suppliers are engaged on compliance is unclear.

    • N
      0 / 1

      168. Number or percentage of smallholder suppliers engaged on compliance with company's policy and/or legal requirements?

    • N
      0 / 1

      169. Process used to prioritise, assess and/or engage non-smallholder suppliers on compliance with company's policy and/or legal requirements?

      Suppliers are required to comply with a code of ethics but the method by which suppliers are engaged on compliance is unclear.

    • N
      0 / 1

      170. Number or percentage of non-smallholder suppliers assessed and/or engaged on compliance with company's policy and/or legal requirements?

    • P
      0.5 / 1

      171. Suspension or exclusion criteria for non-smallholder suppliers?

      The company reports that the suppliers are obliged to accept that violation of the supplier code of ethics will result in termination of business relationship. However, steps taken before termination are not reported.

    • N
      0 / 1

      172. Time-bound action plans (including Key Performance Indicators) for suppliers to be in compliance with natural rubber sourcing commitments?

    • N
      0 / 1

      173. Proportion of direct and indirect supply that comes from natural rubber plantations which are compliant with natural rubber sourcing policies?

    • N
      0 / 1

      174. Percentage of supply coming from agroforestry?

  • Governance and grievances Governance and grievances
    4 / 7 57.1%
    • Organisation: 0 / 0 0%
    • Policy: 4 / 5 80%
    • Practice: 0 / 2 0%
    • Self-reported: 0 / 2 0%
    • External: 0 / 2 0%
    • Y
      1 / 1

      175. Commitment to ethical conduct and prohibition of corruption?

      The company commits to ethical conduct and the prohibition of corruption.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      176. Commitment to ethical conduct and prohibition of corruption applies to all suppliers?

      The company commits all suppliers to ethical conduct and the prohibition of corruption.

    • N
      0 / 1

      177. Progress on commitment to ethical conduct and prohibition of corruption?

    • N
      0 / 1

      178. Disclosure of the company’s management approach to tax and payments to governments?

    • Y
      1 / 1

      179. Whistleblowing procedure?

      The company has a whistleblower system in place.

    • Y
      1 / 1

      180. Own grievance or complaints system open to all stakeholders?

      The company uses its whistle blowing system as a grievance system which is open to all internal and external stakeholders.

    • N
      0 / 1

      181. Details of complaints and grievances disclosed?

Media monitor: Kirana Megatara

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