This One and Half Days course aims to provide participants with an overview of the various operational and commercial aspects of palm oil trade including PORAM contracts, quality standards and shipping issues related to the palm oil industry.
This course will give an opportunity for the speakers to share their knowledge and experience with the participants. This course will also be an avenue for the participants to network with the speakers and other members of the industry.
RM1500/USD400 per person (Members)
RM1800/USD500 per person (Non-Members)
Fee includes meals, refreshments, lecture notes and other course materials, if any.
Registration closes on 15th April 2024. Payment is required with registration to guarantee your seat. No refund will be entertained although participants can be substituted at any time.
Day One – Monday 29th April 2024
Paper 1 – Characteristics & Specifications of Palm Oil Products by Dr. Muhammad Mohan of Oasis Revenue Sdn. Bhd.
Paper 2 – Palm Oil Quality Standards for Trading by Dr. Doreen Lee of Sime Darby Oils Bhd.
Paper 3 – Salient Features of PORAM Contracts by Mr. Sandeep Singh of Global Farm Trade Sdn. Bhd.
Paper 4 – Export Documentation, Credit Facilities & Letter of Credit (TBC)
Paper 5 – The Shipping of Palm Oil – Chartering Vessels & Documentations by En. Amirul of RG Chartering Sdn. Bhd.
Paper 6 – The Shipping of Palm Oil – Quality Inspections and Surveying by Mr. Ambrose Lee of ITS Testing Services (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Paper 7 – Marine Cargo Insurance – Risk Management & Handling Claims by Mr. Philip Teoh of Azmi & Associates
Paper 8 – Regulations Related to Transportation of Palm Oil Products by Ms. Amy Aai Sheau Ye of Messrs Sharina Shaukat & Partners
Day Two – Tuesday 30th April 2024
Paper 9 – Trade Disputes Solving Mechanism by Datin Chu Ai Li of Messrs Azman Davidson & Co
Paper 10 – Common Disputes in the Sales & Carriage of Palm Oil Trades – How to Avoid Them? by Mr. P.R. Thakore of IFFCO (SEA) Sdn. Bhd.
Paper 11 – Implementation of E-Invoice by En. Muhammad Najib Abd Razak of Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri Malaysia
Paper 12 – I-ESG Framework by Ms. Shamini Gunaseelan of Ministry of International Trade & Industry
Paper 15 – Green Incentive Tax Allowance (GITA) by En. Afzanil Md. Anuar of Malaysian Investment Development Authority
The organizer reserves the right to make changes to the venue, date, speakers, including the cancellation of the course if warranted by circumstances beyond its control.