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SNPI 2024: Discussed Some Issues in Palm Oil Plantations

Doc. of InfoSAWIT/Chairman of Indonesian Planters Society (IPS), Jamalul when delivering speech in the inauguration of SNPI, Wednesday, (15/5/2024).
SNPI 2024: Discussed Some Issues in Palm Oil Plantations

InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA – For the third time, Seminar Nasional Planter Indonesia (SNPI) was conducted. It was running in Hotel Discovery, Ancol. The professionals in their field discussed about palm oil plantation issues.

Chairman of Indonesian Planters Society (IPS), Jamalul said that the event would be the significant moment for many planters to share their knowledge and latest innovations that would positively change palm oil industries in more interesting ways.

“I believe that we would get more insight, understanding about the potential and challenges that palm oil industries are facing, such as, the effective and efficient meaning of superior plant. This would be the important thing to escalate palm oil plantation productivity,” he said when inaugurating the 2024 SNPI with the theme, “Penerapan Inovasi Terkini Untuk Meningkatkan Produktivitas Kelapa Sawit dan Menuju Sawit Baik,” Wednesday (15/5/2024) that  InfoSAWIT attended in Jakarta.

He also said that one discussion was about to deliver description about the latest technic and strategies to conduct replanting (program) to get more maximal results. The participants were taken to deepen the topic about innovation and concept of fertilization in palm oil plantations.

The effective and right fertilization would be one key factor to highly realize palm oil plantation productivity. It was also discussed by experienced speakers. Many got valuable insights and knowledge from the talkshow within many directors from many companies discussed about theirs.

“This could be a rare opportunity to directly listen to many palm oil companies’ leaders about their experiences and vision that succeeded implemented innovation in their operational,” Jamalul said.

The other interesting topic was the female’s career in palm oil plantation. Miss Siti from Malaysia was also the speaker in the event.

Jamalul said by conducting many schedules in the event, the participants should get high motivation, innovation, and more network. He also took everyone there to take advantages on the moment to keep innovating, developing, and positively contributing for palm oil industries in Indonesia.

“It was attended by more than 500 participants in national and international scale within 160 companies from Indonesia and others,” he said. (T2)