We have made strong commitments to meet our ambition to develop responsible tropical agriculture by creating value for all: employees, communities, smallholders, customers, suppliers, partners, and shareholders.
Since the Group’s creation, we have been a pioneer in the sustainable development of the regions where we operate. Indeed, these regions face many socio-economic, health, human and environmental challenges. We have therefore always strived to implement solutions that can improve livelihoods by encouraging tropical, respectful, and transformative agriculture.
Subsequently in 2017, in order to formalize our commitments, we developed a charter called the “Responsible Management Policy” (strengthened in 2022). This policy was developed in collaboration with Earthworm Foundation (EF), and also involved many other internal and external stakeholders and is fully aligned with all elements of the GPSNR policy.
This policy sets out our approach in our three impact areas:
Rural and local development
Improvement of livelihoods of our employees and communities
Natural resource management
Our responsible management policy applies to all our sites, but also to our subcontractors and suppliers.
Furthermore, we have an “Employee and Company Code of Ethics” and a “Supplier Code”, both of which are accompanied by a “Whistleblower policy”.
Since the Group’s creation in 1909, we have always strived to achieve a sound and ethical performance to ensure the company’s sustainability, while improving livelihoods and natural resource management.
With this vision in mind, we have opted for a management approach that is not only responsible but also transformative.
RSPO Secretariat and the Impact and Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation (IMEL) team visited Socfindo Conservation
The member of RSPO Secretariat and the Impact and Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation (IMEL) team visited Socfindo. The purpose of the visit is to understand how existing data needed in the metrics template are being collected on the ground and to understand the...
Congratulations to the latest graduates from Socfin Cambodia’s tapping school in the plantation of Coviphama! After successfully completing their one-month training they will join their new colleagues from the tapping teams on the field. Do you also want to join our...
The Socfindo Conservation team held a workshop to improve their knowledge and skills in tea blending techniques for various herbal tea.