Pupuk Indonesia Exceeds Fertiliser Distribution Target

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– Pupuk Indonesia surpasses government targets, distributing 6.19 million tons of subsidised fertiliser, bolstering local farming and food security.
– Embracing innovation and sustainability, the company’s initiatives, including digital solutions and clean ammonia development, signal a commitment to environmentally friendly practices and future agricultural prosperity.

Pupuk Indonesia, the leading fertiliser company, achieved a significant milestone by fulfilling the government’s mandate of distributing 6.19 million tons of subsidised fertiliser to farmers, ensuring robust agricultural productivity and food security.

Despite the complexities posed by climate change and geopolitical conflicts affecting fertiliser prices globally, Pupuk Indonesia remained steadfast in its commitment. Rahmad Pribadi, President Director, affirmed the company’s dedication during a recent media event in Jakarta.

Pupuk Indonesia adopted innovative strategies to ensure efficient distribution. The implementation of the I-Pubers application facilitated the streamlined redemption process for farmers, enhancing accessibility to subsidised fertilisers. This digital initiative, in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, has been successfully deployed nationwide, benefiting over 27,000 kiosks.

Emphasising the importance of nitrogen-based gas fertilisers, Rahmad highlighted their role in boosting crop productivity by up to 56%. Gas-based fertilisers like Urea and NPK are crucial for farmers, directly impacting national food security.

With substantial fertiliser stocks prepared, including both subsidised and non-subsidized variants, Pupuk Indonesia aims to bolster agricultural productivity and food security. The MAKMUR program, covering an extensive area and involving numerous farmers, has yielded commendable results, contributing significantly to national self-sufficiency.

Pupuk Indonesia remains committed to environmental sustainability through its adherence to ESG principles. Initiatives such as decarbonisation and the development of clean ammonia underscore the company’s dedication to eco-friendly practices.

As a major ammonia producer in the region, Pupuk Indonesia’s efforts in reducing carbon emissions and pioneering clean ammonia production exemplify its leadership in environmental transition within the fertiliser industry.

Chinwendu Ohabughiro
Chinwendu Ohabughiro
Chinwendu Gift Ohabughiro has a background in English and Literary Studies from Imo State University. She brings a fresh perspective to the world of agriculture writing. When she's not penning compelling content, she's likely lost in the pages of a thrilling mystery or treating herself to the sinful delight of chocolate.

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