Visiting Asia Pulp and Paper Indonesia

Alyssa Dalton
March 12, 2018
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Mar. 12, 2018 - Earlier this year, a group of journalists visited the Indonesian-based business activities of Asia Pulp & Paper, one of the world’s largest, fully integrated pulp and paper manufacturers. The media tour included an in-depth look at APP’s plantation system, its massive pulp and paper mill in Jambi, Sumatra, efforts to protect the country’s rainforest, and the results of a $10 million program to help villages in Sumatra and Kalimantan.

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