Technical Support


One of our longest standing areas of interest has been with the palm oil sector. Since 2008, we introduced our Technical Support Programme, specifically designed at finding technical solutions to promote sustainability across the entire oil palm supply chain. Wild Asia’s technical support provides professional consulting and advisory services in four core work streams:

  • Consulting or Advisory Support (evaluation and management support); Social and Environmental Assessments (HCV, SEIA, EIA);
  • Risk Assessments and Assurance Programmes (supply chain mapping, due diligence or supporting internal assurance programmes);
  • Training & Capacity Building (raising awareness amongst consultants, management, work teams).
We are committed to supporting both large and small organisations, including small farmers, to meet the requirements of buyers or International Standards (such as RSPO or similar standards). We have tailored our work to be practical, implementable and relevant to not just producers but to other players in the supply chain; this includes buyers, traders and retailers.

Track record in the Oil Palm Sector


Wild Asia has built up the experience of palm oil producers in Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Cameroon and Ghana. In 7 years, we have completed 92 assignments and trained over 2,019 professionals and NGOs. A summary of the major assignments include:

  • Corporate Due Diligence or “Supply Chain” Risk Assessments: Cargill (Malaysia); Herakles Farm (Cameroon/Ghana); HSBC (Malaysia); Mitsui Corporation (Japan); Nestle (Malaysia);
  • Technical Management Support (plantations to small farmers): Boustead Plantations (Malaysia), Felda Plantations (Malaysia), Herakles Farm (Cameroon/Ghana); Keresa Plantations & Mill (Malaysia), Nestle (Malaysia); Sabah Softwoods (Malaysia), Sime Darby (Malaysia, Indonesia); Tiang Siang (Sabah);
  • Biodiversity and Social Assessments: Boustead Plantations (Malaysia), Carotino (Malaysia), GTZ (Thailand), Guthrie (Malaysia), Keresa Plantations (Malaysia), Keck Seng (Malaysia), Kulim (Malaysia), NBPOL (PNG, Solomon Islands), Sime Darby (Malaysia, Indonesia), Tiang Siang (Sabah); United Plantations (Malaysia), UPOIC (Thailand);
  • Training in RSPO, People & Environment: Carotino (Malaysia), Doen Foundation (Malaysia, Indonesia), KLK (Malaysia); MPOC (Malaysia), Wilmar (Malaysia), Kulim (Malaysia), RSPO Lead Auditors (Malaysia, Indonesia), HSBC (Malaysia).

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