August 19, 2021 | News Coverage

ICCVEF Expo 2021 – Sampoerna Kayoe’s Active Participation in Supporting the Program of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia

Jakarta, August 2021 – Sampoerna Kayoe as the largest engineered wood manufacturer in Southeast Asia supports the government’s program to move with sustainable goals in harmony with the environment and nature in its operations. Sampoerna Kayoe joins Indonesia Climate Change Virtual Expo & Forum 2021 (ICCVEF) which will be held until December 15th, 2021 as a manifestation of the company’s commitment. Through this virtual expo, visitors will be able to get information about Sampoerna Kayoe’s operations which are integrated into business development, sustainable, and responsible.

In accordance with Dr. Ir. Siti Nurbaya, M.Sc. as the Minister of Environment and Forestry of Indonesia, it is necessary to have a unified vision among the community, the business world, and the government in order to implement climate change agendas that must be viewed not only in terms of national interests but also for the global interests. The strategic plan of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry for the next 5 years supports the 2015 Paris Agreement climate change national commitment. In this context, KLHK facilitates to form common ground and community recognition in one language and purpose through the Indonesia Climate Change Virtual Expo & 2021 forums.

Sampoerna Kayoe Environmental and Sustainability Development Team said, “Think Global, Act Local” – that’s our commitment. We will maintain its commitment to keep contributing to sustainable development starting from where we operate and its surroundings with the guidance from Sustainable Development Goals which are the UN’s global agenda. We hope that with our program, Sampoerna Kayoe can initiate small changes that will have a global impact in the future.”

Sampoerna Kayoe’s real contribution includes the use of responsible sources of raw materials and production chains and community engagement in the form of training activities on forest management and conservation in line with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), optimal planting and harvesting, prevention of premature felling of trees, distribution of free seeds to community, and management of high conservation value areas which are the efforts to fight global warming.

For more information on Sampoerna Kayoe’s journey, our Virtual Booth can be accessed via the registration link at Booth no. 56 in the Map Section of the Southwest Hall.