Our operations work on the basis of full compliance with Liberian law and the terms of our concession agreement with the Government of Liberia. Additionally, we are committed to meeting or exceeding Liberian environmental regulations, internationally recognized best practice, including the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil’s (RSPO) Principles & Criteria and Code of Conduct and enhancing the relevance of these standards in Liberia.
We aspire to lead by example in practicing modern oil palm agriculture, using only the most proven methods of application. We are fully compliant with the Liberian law in every facet of our operation and work to enhance the reach of the country’s environmental policies. Internationally, we are members of RSPO and fully adheres to its principles and criteria. Building-in added value industries is a cornerstone for us, we currently are planning for manufacturing in the local districts and counties and are preparing, allocating and contracting sites for future value added facilities.
Our infrastructure development will create jobs and greater economic activity in the region. We have plans for more infrastructure facilities that will add value beyond the interests of GVL and serve the Liberian public. This strategy is aimed at helping Liberia evolve from its role as strictly a raw material exporter. In short, we will be a global leader in responsible Oil Palm production. Continuing improvement as a new player in an established industry in Liberia. We fully recognize the need to be open and transparent and we will strive to explain our work effectively to host communities and the country at large.
We will always be open to meeting with the general public, domestic and international audiences.
Meet and open a dialogue with any groups and Nongovernmental Organizations (NGO’s) who wish to understand what we do or monitor our operations.
Act quickly to correct any specific deficiencies, practices and methods and introduce improvements in the most expeditious fashion as feasibly possible