Malaysian palm oil

certification of Ministry of Domestic Trade

May 26, 2015

Alezdehar proudly announced the certification of Ministry of Domestic Trade for Domestic  and  International Trade.

Palm oil production in Malaysia is number one economy activity, Malaysia currently accounts for 39 % of world palm oil production. which is the world’s second- largest producer of the commodity after Indonesia. The Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) is a government agency responsible for the promotion and development of the palm oil sector in the country. The Malaysian palm oil industry produces about 90 million tones of lignocellulosic biomass, Being one of the biggest producers and exporters of palm oil and palm oil products, including empty fruit bunches, oil palm trunks, and oil palm fronds, as well as palm oil mill effluent (POME). Malaysia currently accounts for 39 % of world palm oil production and 44% of world exports.

Malaysian palm oil industry of world production

Malaysian palm oil industry

Malaysian palm oil industry

High Yielding Oil Palm

Oil palm is the most productive vegetable oil crop, yielding more oil per hectare than any other major oilseed commodity.  For example, the oil yield on a per unit area basis from properly maintained oil palms is significant greater than oil yields from commercially grown rapeseed and soy.  In terms of energy balance it takes less sunlight to produce a unit of oil.  However, on the basis of oil yield per man-day it is not as competitive because of the labor intensive plantation management and harvesting of the fruit. This is less an issue in areas of Indonesia where labor is more readily available.  Given the current situation, these characteristics appear to favor oil palm as a renewable energy source for the near future, until cellulosic technologies advance to an operation level.

Malaysian palm oil industry

High Yielding Oil Palm

Oil palm is the most productive vegetable oil crop, yielding more oil per hectare than any other major oilseed commodity.  For example, the oil yield on a per unit area basis from properly maintained oil palms is significant greater than oil yields from commercially grown rapeseed and soy.  In terms of energy balance it takes less sunlight to produce a unit of oil.  However, on the basis of oil yield per man-day it is not as competitive because of the labor intensive plantation management and harvesting of the fruit. This is less an issue in areas of Indonesia where labor is more readily available.  Given the current situation, these characteristics appear to favor oil palm as a renewable energy source for the near future, until cellulosic technologies advance to an operation level.

Exporting Malaysian Palm Oil

We at Alezdehar are considered one of the biggest producers and exporters of Malaysian palm oil. We provide and facilitates all the papers and legal documentations and certificates to ensure smooth export operation and deliverables. We are also number one in High Quality Malaysian palm oil with the lowest price.