Julong Group
palm oil

Julong Group



Established in 1993, Julong Group operates across the palm oil supply chain: from managing plantations and mills, to refining palm oil certified to the Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) standard, and manufacturing edible oils, and other palm oil derived consumer goods. It is one of the few Chinese companies operating oil palm plantations in Indonesia, as well as one of the only international companies operating in Indonesia without any compliance with global standard environmental initiatives. Publicly available information on the company is scarce.

RSPO Member : No RSPO Member : No

Environmental, Social, Governance Rating (SPOTT)


Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) rating from SPOTT - Sustainability Policy Transparency Toolkit.
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Market cap

Private company



hectares (across Indonesia but concentrated in Central and West Kalimantan)

Supply chain position

Fully Integrated

Grower of oil palm | Processor and trader of crude palm oil and palm kernel oil | Refiner | Trader and manufacturer of consumer goods

Refineries / capacity


refineries, two in Tianjin and one in Jiangsu with a total refining capacity of 1,300,000 tonnes. Another refinery is under construction in Dongguan in South China.

NDPE Policy


No Deforestation, No peat, No exploitation

Market served

International, South East Asian, Chinese, African

Parent Company



PT Sanjung Makmur, PT Rezeki Kencana, PT Kalimantan Listari Mandari (KLM) in West Kalimantan, PT Palmina Utama, Tiajing Julong Grain and Oil Co. Ltd., Tianjing Longwei Cereals & Oil Industry Co. Ltd, Tianjin Julong Trading Co. Ltd., Jingjiang Longwei (based in Jiangsu province)


Edible oils (domestic market small packaged oil – Holiday and Well-off Life series), oleochemicals (specialising in palm fatty acids and other derivatives) and biodiesel.


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