The Round Table Conference on Sustainable Oil Palm, RSPO InterAmericas 2023, held in Miami, Florida presented to Induspalma executives through various exhibitors the issues that are most impacting the cultivation, development, and sustainability of oil palm in the world, with a focus on the American continent. This was the first time connecting North America with
Inaugurated in February 1981, Induspalma Dominicana S.A. is the most important and ambitious oil palm-based vegetable oil production project in the Caribbean region. With its launch, the Dominican Republic significantly reduced its imports of edible fats and placed itself on the map of countries producing high-quality edible oils.
Induspalma’s plantations currently exceed 7,000 hectares and are in the provinces of Monte Plata and Hato Mayor. The different agroindustry processes generate more than 1,000 jobs, benefiting hundreds of families and impacting the socioeconomic development of dozens of communities in this region of the country.
The completion of the project was preceded by several years of studies carried out by specialists from different countries, who took into account every detail of its feasibility and environmental impact.
ExperExperts’ion classifies Induspalma’s plantations (located at 18° North Latitude) as well-structured productive units with acceptable competitiveness. Induspalma’s plantations are at the level of world producers. Its industrial processes, carried out by the strictest environmental conservation standards have e, earned the company several awards.
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The completion of the project was preceded by several years of studies
Made by specialists from different countries, who considered every detail of their feasibility and environmental impact
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The new facilities have modern offices, a medical unit, and a dining room with an investment of RD$175 million Dominican pesos; located in Monte Plata at 5,200 square meters, they offer high levels of comfort, functionality, and safety, supporting the health and nutrition of more than 800 collaborators working on the most critical project in the