2nd Oleochemicals Outlook
26-27 Aug, 2014 - Jakarta
Le Meridien Jakarta
"Asia to drive growth to 2020"
"Asia to drive growth to 2020!"
"Indonesian Minister and RSPO open to collaboration on joint sustainable palm oil standard"
"Unilever to Begin Operation of North Sumatra Palm Oil Plant By End of the year"
According to Tata Strategic Management Group, increasing demand for biodegradable and sustainable products, coupled with recent changes in regulations, are increasing the importance of oleochemicals in various segments of the industry, notably polymers, lubricants and biosurfactants. Asia continues to drive demand in Oleochemicals, with Indonesia, Malaysia, China and India leading the trend.
Indonesia's Ministry of Industry targets Indonesia to be the world's largest manufacturer of oleochemicals by 2020! As the largest producer of crude palm oil (CPO) in the world, Indonesia is likely to outnumber the world's industrial base oleochemicals in Malaysia, determined to further develop the processing industry to value add to the palm industry.
With the recent biodiesel mandate in Indonesia, opportunities are aplenty for the biodiesel producers and suppliers. However, how will it impact the price of palm oil moving forward?
With more companies joining the RSPO and moving towards sustainability and traceability, it is no longer a choice but a MUST to stay ahead of the game! What is the cost impact of RSPO certified products? What are the challenges of supplying RSPO certified oleochem and derivatives?
Attend CMT's 2nd Oleochemicals Outlook on 26-27 August 2014 in Jakarta to get the latest insights in the Oleochemicals industry from the who's who in the entire value chain!
Multiple benefits & valuable sessions :
- Unilever's perspective on how they transform the palm oil industry!
- PT Socimas to share their integrated and sustainable palm oil strategy
- Hear from AOMG the cost of RSPO certified products and the complexities of certification
- Frost & Sullivan provides an overview of the global oleochemicals industry and the impact of shale gas on the market
- Is China fatty alcohol industry facing doom? Don't miss out the session from Teck Guan Group
- LMC to discuss the feedstock availability and pricing trends
- PT Bank Mandiri to shed light on the global economic outlook, esp the forecast of Indonesian economy post Election
- Vogelbusch highlights the use of crude glycerol from biodiesel production in the conversion of 1,3 propanediol for bio plastics
- APROBI (Indonesian Biofuel Producers Association) to zoom in on the biodiesel industry outlook and the opportunities rising from the new blending regulation (B10)
- LION ECO Chemicals focuses on Eco-friendly surfactants MES for laundry detergents
- Evyap Asia gives a global perspective on fatty acids in bar soap and discusses the changing consumer taste and its impact on formulation in Asia and ROW
- Sime Darby's contribution on how to develop higher value downstream products from sustainable oil palm
- Inventa Technologies shares growth prospects and technology innovations in specialty esters
- Discover the latest trends and innovations in personal care and household care sectors
- Indonesia's Oleochemicals capacities update
- More than 8 hours of networking with who's who in the oleo industry
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Oleochemicals Outlook, 22-23 Aug 2013 - Jakarta
It was value for money. It fulfilled my objectives of attendance - VVF
Very Informative - Stolt-Nielsen Singapore
Good networking opportunities - Univar
Great - SANIA
Good networking platform with plenty of decision makers - Andritz Singapore
Good opportunity to expand network from upstream to downstream - Mitsui
Profile of Attendees
|Industry News|| ||Who Will You Meet|| ||Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!|
Unilever to receive olein from sister firm
Higher sales of oleochemical, biodiesel fuel increase in ChemrezTech earnings
Indonesian government plans to boost oleochemical production
More updates coming soon!
This conference invites suppliers and producers from across the oleochemical value chain, from feedstock to product application, in order to provide a diverse and interactive level of discussion on the future of oleochemicals.
CEOs, VPs, General Managers, Business Development Directors/Managers, Product Managers, Global Purchasing Directors/ Managers, Supply Chain Directors, Logistics Managers, Sourcing Directors/Managers, Marketing Managers, Sales Managers, Brokers, Consultants and R&D Managers
This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry. Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive luncheon & Cocktail sponsor.
Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (65) 6346 9130
Unilever Oleochemical Indonesia’s new palm oil processing plant to promote palm oil transparency
Posted on : 04 Aug, 2014
Unilever Oleochemical Indonesia, a sister company of Unilever Indonesia (one of the largest producers of consumer goods in the country), is in the process of completing its eco-friendly palm oil processing plant on the North Sumatran coast of Indonesia. The plant is expected to commence operations by 2015.
The 1.5 trillion rupiah ($126 million) project was secured by Unilever in mid-2013.
The plant will produce chemicals for soap and detergent manufacturers by processing palm oil. The chemicals are said to be used by factories in Indonesia apart from Unilever's own affiliates in overseas markets.
It is located in the Sei Mangkei SEZ. The Indonesian government has extended support for Unilever's project. In fact, Unilever Oleochemical has been awarded a 5-year tax holiday along with a 2-year extension.
Purchasing palm oil from plantations grown on clear-cut tropical forest land has often come under criticism because it causes global warming. With this new plant, Unilever expects to usher in more transparency into Indonesia's palm oil supply chain, which has been critiqued in the past by environmental groups like Greenpeace.
In its commitment towards sustainable palm oil, Unilever has already announced that it plans to purchase its palm oil from certified producers by 2020.
At CMT's 2nd Oleochemicals Outlook, more insights on oleochemicals industry will be shared with a session on 'TRANSFORMING THE PALM OIL INDUSTRY' by Mr. Biswaranjan Sen, VP, Chemicals Procurement & Supply Procurement, Unilever.
Contact Ms. Grace at email@example.com or call +65 6346 9147 for more details.
Cargill acquires new oleochemicals plant in Turkey, its third outside the US and Russia
Posted on : 09 Jun, 2014
Cargill, the US-based MNC, has recently announced that it has acquired Turkey based Alemdar Kimya - a vegetable oil-based industrial commodities producer.
Cargill is reported to have spent USD 50 million on the Turkish acquisition that covers all shares, name rights, facilities and a land plot adjacent to 95-year old Alemdar Kimya's production site in Gebze, Kocaeli.
The Turkish plant becomes Cargill's third oleochemicals plant outside the US and Russia.
The plant is expected to produce various industrial raw materials for sectors such as textiles, printing, machinery, and others.
Cargill has been making the most of Turkey's growing economy and the country has served as the company's management center for Middle Eastern and North African operations since 2008.
The new investment is expected to make Turkey a regional development and supply base for vegetable oil-based industrial products, helping Cargill to use locally procured raw materials for production. The investment is also said to reduce import of various industrial products and help reduce Turkey's current account deficit by USD 50 million a year.
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Singapore’s Wilmar International in preliminary talks to acquire Sime Darby’s oleochemicals division – Emery
Posted on : 23 Apr, 2014
A recent report in The Edge Review's Market Intelligence, revealed that Wilmar International Ltd., one of Asia's leading agribusiness groups, has shown interest in acquiring Malaysia based Sime Darby's oleochemicals division.
In fact the report suggests that the preliminary negotiations have already begun.
Wilmar has indicated that it's keen on acquiring Emery Olechemicals - a leader in natural-based chemicals - where Sime Darby holds 50 per cent stakes.
However, details on pricing and final deal is yet to be finalized.
Moreover, before the acquisition takes place, approval from Thailand based energy group - PTT Global Chemical has to be sought as PTT holds the remaining 50 per cent in Emery.
Meanwhile, bankers claim that Thailand's largest petrochemical maker - PTT Global, has pre-emption rights in the event of any planned divestment by Sime Darby. Plus, the Thai petrochemical honcho has already shown keen interest in taking full control of Emery in the past.
(Note: This story first appeared in The Edge Review's Market Intelligence Report section in February 2014).
Stay tuned on the latest developments in the oleochemicals industry at CMT's 2nd Oleochemicals Outlook conference in Jakarta on 26-27 August 2014. Visit www.cmtevents.com for more information.
Mr. Steve (King An) Goei
COO / Vice President, PT. Socimas
ASIA TO DRIVE GROWTH TO 2020 - CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW AN INTEGRATED AND SUSTAINABLE PALM OIL BUSINESS
Day 1 [Tue 26, August], at 09:05 AM
Mr. Steve Goei King An is currently employed as COO and Vice President Director at PT. SOCIMAS. He obtained his first degree from Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, Indonesia in Civil Engineering in 1981. In 1988 and 1990, he obtained his Bachelor degree in Economics and Master in Management from University of Indonesia, Jakarta. In 2001, he earned his Master degree in Applied Finance from Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand respectively. He has vast experience in general managem....Read more
Mr. Biswaranjan Sen
VP, Chemicals Procurement & Supply Procurement, Unilever
TRANSFORMING THE PALM OIL INDUSTRY - UNILEVER'S PERSPECTIVE
Day 1 [Tue 26, August], at 09:40 AM
Mr. Biswaranjan is a Chemical engineer by training. He joined Unilever in 1991 and has worked in R&D and across various parts of the supply chain including manufacturing, planning, logistics and customer service.
Between 2009 and 2012 he was a member of the Board of Directors of Unilever Indonesia with responsibility for the supply chain. He is currently the....Read more
Ir. Qua Kiat Seng
Advisor, ASEAN Oleochemical Manufacturers Group (AOMG)
RSPO – MOVING TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY AND TRACEABILITY
Day 1 [Tue 26, August], at 10:10 AM
Ir. Qua is a chemist and a chartered chemical engineer (C Eng), a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), PEng (BEM) and a Fellow of IEM with a 32 year career in operations in the palm oil industry covering oil refining, foods, oleochemicals, soap and toiletries.
He worked for Unilever, ICI and KLK in Malaysia, Australia, The Netherlands ....
Day 2 [Wed 27, August], at 09:00 AM
Mr. Chris de Lavigne
Global VP, Industrial Practices, Frost & Sullivan
GLOBAL OVERVIEW OF OLEOCHEMICALS MARKET
Day 1 [Tue 26, August], at 11:10 AM
Chris de Lavigne is the Global Vice President for Consulting at the Management Consultancy Frost & Sullivan. He has worked with numerous clients on a global basis throughout the palm and downstream oleochemicals value chain aiding client achieve sustainable and profitable growth. He regularly speaks at the main palm conferences and is highly regarded as a palm oil forecaster....Read more
Day 1 [Tue 26, August], at 02:00 PM