Paraguay soy farmers welcome support for sustainable production

In Paraguay’s south-east Atlantic Forest region, smallholder farmers begin their working day well before dawn but don’t finish sometimes for 16 hours. Between feeding animals and cultivating their crops, there is little time for anything else.

Humans are complex, but key to zero accidents

When it comes to safety, technical problems are usually straightforward to repair. But fixing human behaviour is more complex, says Svetlana Kubarieva, Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager at COFCO International’s crushing plant in south eastern Ukraine’s city of Mariupol.

In Brazil, COFCO’s sugar team lets nature do more work

In the rolling fields of Brazil’s São Paulo state, a silent revolution has begun. Developing new methods to boost productivity, COFCO’s sugar team is shifting away from agrochemicals to more biological solutions instead. Synthetic fertilizers are swapped for the organic residues from nearby sugar mills, while natural predators replace the pesticides.

“The Maritime Sector needs more women to thrive”

We interview COFCO International’s Aylin Coskun, one of Turkey’s first ever female captains

Supporting sustainable coffee in Colombia’s remote Tolima region

Life has never been easy on the steep, green Andean foothills of Colombia’s Tolima region, and not just because the air is thinner

Johnny Chi: 5 keys for sustainable growth

Chairman Johnny Chi gives his five keys for sustainable growth in this article published by the World Economic Forum.

We can feed the world in a sustainable way, but we need to act now

The following article was published on 24 January 2019 as part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. By Jun Lyu, Chairman, COFCO Corporation