Supplier Group Monitoring Program

Corporate Activity Monitoring to Support Sustainable Business Practices


Supplier Group Monitoring Program

Deforestation can proceed greatly within a short timeframe, and once detected, it can quickly escalate into a major reputation risk. Businesses need up-to-date intelligence on the ground to be able to take prompt action on potential sustainability risks in their supply chains. The SGMP utilizes a robust, data-driven approach to define, assess, and report NDP non-compliance in near-real time, which is further supplemented by grievance engagement updates, supply chain links, and group ownership information.

Since 2014, the SGMP has significantly contributed to the companiesā€™ efforts to address the NDP risks in their oil palm supply base. What distinguishes our method from other similar deforestation monitoring is the depth of our insight into the landbank layers and our capability to establish a supply chain link between a particular farm/plantation where a clearing is detected and other facilities further downstream. This represents a reactive step in addressing sustainability risks in the supply chain.

Group suppliers are categorized based on the following criteria:

  • All plantations of the groups are integrated with a mill
  • The group owns independent mills that are supplied by third party plantations
  • Others plantations are identified via tracebility information

The Supplier Group Monitoring Programme has evolved into an interactive dashboard called Geometrack. This tool facilitates the identification and monitoring of deforestation and peatland conversion risk areas within your supply chain.

What will you get:
  1. Multiple remote-sensing image providers

    NASA USGS; ESA ; Earth Engine, Planet-NICFI, Sentinel Hub

  2. Multiple processing platforms

    Earth Engine, EoS Land viewer, and Sentinel Hub

  3. Multiple datasets

    Landsat, Planet-NIFCI, Sentinel, and UAV composites (where necessary and/or available)

  4. Image accuracy

    <1 to 30 Meters

  5. Time interval

    Images are released approximately every three days, with reports generated bi-weekly.

Find the Solutions that fits with you

Inovasi Agriplot

The Most Reliable and Comprehensive Sustainable Supply Chain Traceability System

Inovasi Agriplot Due Diligence System

Turn-key Solution to Meeting EUDR Due Diligence Requirements

Extended Helpdesk

Inform Risk-Related Decision Making


Connecting the Dots and Bridging the Gaps to Understand your Supply Chain

Corporate Group Profiling

Tracking Corporate and Trade Relationships to Understand Businessā€™ Priorities

GHG Traceability

Identify and Monitor the GHG Emission under Scope 3 Requirement

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