Monthly Archives: May 2014

Asia Plantation Capital Investors Collect SG$6M in Returns

Barry Rawlinson, CEO of Asia Plantation Capital said “We are delighted to see that after exactly what looks like a lifetime of effort on our plantations, and in specific our agarwood plantations we are starting to enjoy strong returns for tree owners. Our business agarwood gathering programme began in 2012, and much more harvests are due over the years to coming due to a mix of sustainable thinning, replanting and tree maturity.”

This month likewise sees the commissioning of a brand-new assembly line for Asia Plantation Capital, a financial investment in enhanced capability to produce various value included forestry items such as agarwood tea, improved wood chips and speciality instilled wood powder for supply to the worldwide incense and pharmaceutical markets.
Production of agarwood chips and tea is currently using 100 % of agarwood tree stock possessed by Asia Plantation Capital.

It is of note that must any of these alternate market utilizes possibly provide greater returns on agarwood trees to oil production, Asia Plantation Capital will certainly provide owners these income sources as an added option to oud oil.

Asia Plantation Capital’s agarwood plantations have to date supplied tree owners with returns of SG$ 2.1 million. The  plantation operations have actually carried out regularly since  2009,   with returns that have pleased Asia Plantation Capital.

Additional developments in innovation and heavy financial investment into research study and advancement are vital factors for Asia Plantation Capital’s success in an extremely complicated market which it now leads.

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Tree owners are  delighted in returns of approximately 498 %.” This information is readily available in the audited accounts of Asia Plantation Capital, it is based upon the initial cost spent for the trees by customers’ vs their yield and real payments made.