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Olam has a crumb rubber processing facility, third-party sourcing of natural rubber and a joint venture plantation in Gabon.

Rubber

We process crumb rubber in Côte d’Ivoire and source natural rubber in various forms from third-parties.

Côte d’Ivoire is the largest exporter of natural rubber in Africa and our team at Société Agro Industrielle de la Comoe (SAIC) sources naturally coagulated or cup lump rubber from over 2,000 smallholder farmers and members of cooperatives.

Our ISO 9001 certified processing facility in Aniassué is fed by 4 buying units across the country. We manufacture two grades of top quality Technically Specified Rubber sold under the commercial names SAC10 and SAC20 to customer internationally. Our processing capacity is 21,000 metric tonnes and is operated by 150 full time employees. 

Ashish Govil, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Rubber

“Our team of rubber experts, sustainability professionals and manufacturing technicians, are committed to growing our business responsibly, ensuring that our profitable growth is ethical, puts environmental stewardship firmly into our decision-making process, and unlocks mutual value for communities.”

Ashish Govil
Senior Vice President and Global Head of Rubber

Four African farmers setting up taps and bowls on rubber trees, Olam.
Gousassou Recognition Programme

There are two financial pinch points for rubber farmers - April, when they need fresh tools for tapping, and September when fees and books are required for the new school term. The 'Gousassou' programme, which translates to ‘bonus’, supports farmers with materials such as tapping tools and school kits. Previous awards have included motorbikes, tricycles and safety boots.

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