Product


Bio-fuels and their by-products come in several flavors:

Jatropha…

is a pressed oil produced derived from the fruit of the Jatropha plant, which grows naturally and prodigiously in tropical zone. The cultivation of Jatropha is an emerging industry in several regions: India, Africa, Central and South America, Caribbean and Southeast Asia to name a few.

It should be no surprise that the major stock-holders in Jatropha plantation launches are large corporations related to the fuel industry: Mitsubishi, Daimler/Chrysler, GMC, oil companies and government energy departments.

Palm Oil…

is a pressed oil produced derived from the fruit of certain palm trees. There are several grades of Palm Oil,purity and acidity, which are controlled in the refining process determines the quality of the finally product. The final product has multiple uses from bio-fuel (C.P.O.) to cooking oil (C.P.10).

Other commodities:

Low sulfur coal…

Indonesia enjoys high-yield low-sulfur coal in abundance. P.T. Casella has direct access to coal mines through association with mining company executives.

Manganese…

is also abundant in Indonesia; through similar association P.T. Casella enjoys direct access to mining production.

Iron-Ore…

is abundant in Indonesia. P.T. Casella enjoys direct access to producers.

Plastic Polymers…

Indonesia has large volume polymer plants, to which P.T. Casella has direct access.