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REA Holdings is a British palm oil cultivator operating in the Indonesian province of East Kalimantan. The company can trace its origins to The Rubber Estate Agency established in 1906.
The company is primarily engaged in the cultivation of some 84,000 hectares of land, which produced 217,721 tonnes of crude palm oil in 2018. The company also has two methane capture facilities that generate electricity for the majority of its operations as well as supplying power to local villages. In addition, the group holds interests in 2 coal mining concessions and 2 stone deposits, all located close to the agricultural operations.
31 Aug 2020
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30 Jun 2020
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Energy, Utilities & Infrastructure
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