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  1. 1. 1 Our Track Records1.1 Sime Darby Plantation1.1.1 RSPO ITThe RSPO (Round Table for Sustainable Palm Oil) IT project with Sime Darby Plantation Sdn. Bhd. is atotal RSPO Management System which has been deployed to 42 SOUs (Strategic Operation Units) inMalaysia. The first pilot project which commenced late November 2008 has been deployed to 173 200estates and mills. The RSPO IT phase 1 project has successfully completed in six months. RSPO IT completedsystem deployed in phase 1 includes: • AssessedTM RSPO Figure 1 Phases in RSPO IT Project with Sime Darby Plantation TM • Verified RSPOAfter successfully concluding the RSPO IT phase 1,we will ontinue with RSPO IT phase 2 deploymentwhich includes the deployment of AssuredTMRSPO. This system helps estates and mills with allrecord keeping obligations for RSPO and alsointegration with SEMUA system (i.e. SAP) to (automate data entry and minimize double dataentry by operators.The system is fully capable of supporting different standards which is the scope of work for RSPO ITphase 2 and includes ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, GlobalGAP and HACCP. RSPO IT system O 18001deployed in phase 2 includes: • AssuredTM RSPO • AssessedTM ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, GlobalGAP and HACCP • VerifiedTM ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, GlobalGAP and HACCP© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 1 of 10
  2. 2. 1.1.2 SPOT IIIWith the proven track record with Sime Darby Plantation, we are now the appointed IT solution cord Plantationprovider to carry out traceability of Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) in the Sime DarbySustainable Palm Oil Traceability (SPOT) III project. The scope of the project include processmapping and design of traceability system from Strategic Operation Units (SOUs) to Bulking facility in OperationMalaysia and Rotterdam and Refinery in Rotterdam, training, deployment of system and also design efineryand deployment of traceability portal to communicate Sime Darby Plantations commitment andefforts towards sustainability.Figure 2 Traceability portal to communicate with stakeholders© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 2 of 10
  3. 3. 1.2 Labuan Halal Track & Trace System (HTTS)Halal Track and Trace System (HTTS) is designed and developed for the Labuan Halal Distribution theHub (LHDH). Once the LHDH is fully operational, it will be the centre of distribution for MalaysianHalal products both for the domestic and international markets. market HTTS will assist foodestablishments to achieve Halal and Toyyiba, with a direct translation it means Halal and clean. ionModules in HTTS are: • Halal Management o Halal Management Commitment o Halal Traceability Planning o Halal Verification Planning • Halal and Toyyiba Traceability o Halal Traceability Figure 3 Modules in Halal Track and Trace System (HTTS) o Recall & withdraw o HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) o Food Hygiene • RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) o RFID an optional component/add-on to HTTS for automation component/add o RFID will improve on asset management, reduce supply chain shrinkage reduce shrinkage, inventory, and enhance field services© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 3 of 10
  4. 4. 1.3 Malaysia Food Information & Traceability (M (M-FIT)The Malaysia food information and traceability (M-FIT) system proves that it is possible to (M timplement an electronic food traceability system in the Malaysian environment. This pilot projectwhich commenced in late November 2006 has been deployed to more than 95 companies with a 200 withinperiod of one year.While the technology behind the project is fully capable of supporting a national rollout, the scopeOf work was limited to a few participants to make a one year implementation period possible whileproving that it works in the Malaysian context.Three commodities were selected to representthree major food sources: a. Star fruit to represent the crop sector; b. Tiger prawn to represent the Fishery commodity and c. Poultry to represent the live stock.The M-FIT project provided: Figure 4 Scope of M-FIT Project • a food information and traceability system for each participant, tailored to individual company needs, • integrated food industry best practices, including HACCP, • an information backbone which links together everyone in the food chain, right through to together buyers in other countries, • confidentiality of company data, but the opportunity to share selected data with trading partners or customers when wanted, and • added-value benefits, such as tracking of stock movements and monitoring of process value movements efficiency.© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 4 of 10
  5. 5. In addition, phase one participants received: receive • analysis of their production, • software application to use mobile phones for field data capture, and • training on food information and traceability. •1.4 Traceability System for Prawn and Tra Catfish, VietnamThis traceability project was financed by Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), aDanish organization inside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, set up to provide Denmark,humanitarian help and assistance in developing countries. Our consultants have been wor workingclosely with the Vietnam National Competent Authority for Fisheries Quality Assurance and AssuranVeterinary Directorate (NAFIQAVED) on this traceability project to assess and develop an NAFIQAVED)appropriate system for the prawn and tra catfish value chain.The scope of the traceability project includes assessment of the existing shrimp value chain in BenTre province and tra catfish value chain in An Giang Province, indicating current constraints and issueconcerning traceability and recommendations on remedies.Based on the assessment, we have developed appropriate traceability models to be implemented sedfor shrimp value chain in Ben Tre Province and tra catfish in An Giang Province. Our consultantshave conducted training and provided extension materials developed for stakeholders (e.g. fishfarmers, fishermen, middlemen) in the two target value chains, and two, 5-day stakeholder training takeholdercourses were conducted to provide practical training to value chain stakeholders. stakeholdersA National Evaluation Workshop was conducted, to raise stakeholder awareness, provide feed-backon the findings of the project and to provide orientation for future activities. The project wasconcluded successfully on 18 August, 2009 and the traceability system is scheduled to roll t roll-out in BenTre Province and An Giang Province in Q4, 2010. i© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 5 of 10
  6. 6. 1.5 Traceability System for Aquaculture Smallholders, Indonesia ,The needs assessment on traceability for aquaculture and workshop has been made possible by thesupport of Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Directorate of Standardization and Accreditationand Directorate of Fisheries Product Processing and Marketing, Republic of Indonesia and theMinistry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, Cluster International Cooperation, TheNetherlands.The objective of the project was to carry out needs assessment mission, to assess the needs of theaquaculture shrimp supply chain with respect to the implementation of a working traceabilitysystem, especially taking into consideration the participation of smallholders. Scope of the projectincludes assessment of existing traceability efforts for aquaculture shrimp chain, design appropriate chain,traceability system for shrimp in Surabaya area, demonstrate proposed traceability system area system,requirements related to legislation and food safety, recommendations for next steps to beundertaken.A one-day, training session consisted of lectures, case studies and group assignments were consistconducted at the end of the assessment mission. The participants included Indonesian as well asDutch and Malaysian experts in the field of traceability and the group assignments focused on shands-on experience related to implementation of traceability data and documents. onThe project was concluded with debriefing to the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and yagricultural counsellor of the Dutch embassy in Jakarta on 18 June, 2010 and the first traceability embassypilot for smallholder will be scheduled to roll-out in Surabaya, in 2011. ill roll© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 6 of 10
  7. 7. 1.6 Conferences and WorkshopsWe have organized the following conference and workshops:1.6.1 Global Food Traceability Forum (GFTF) lobalYakin was the Malaysia partner of Global Food Traceability Forum (GFTF) to organize the FoodTraceability conference on 1 - 2 April, 2008 at Sunway Resort. The Secretary-General of the Ministry Resort Generalof Agriculture and Agro-based Industry, Malaysia, YB Dato’ Dr basedZulkifli bin Idris, officiated on behalf of YB Dato’ MustapaMohamed, the Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry, AgroMalaysia at the opening ceremony of the “Food Traceability – The tKey to Global Market Access” conference organised by the UK- UKbased Global Food Traceability Forum (GFTF). There were 20speakers and experts in research, development andimplementation of traceability systems and standards fromEurope (Spain, the Netherlands, UK, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Spain,France and Belgium) and Asia – Pacific region (Thailand,Singapore, New Zealand and Malaysia) who were invited to pore,shared their experience with participants in the conference.1.6.2 SELAMAT Training Course Vietnam urse,Yakin consultants wereappointed trainers for thetraining course on traceabilityorganized by SELAMAT (SafetyEnhancement of Edibleproducts, Legislation, Analysisand Management, with ASEANcountries) and the Ministry ofAgriculture and RuralDevelopment of Vietnam on 12 and 13 May 2008 at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. May, , The 2-daystraining course has disseminated useful knowledge on traceability including methodology as well aspractical applications of traceability system to participants from the ASEAN countries and the© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 7 of 10
  8. 8. success of the training course was acknowledged by Mr. Luong Le Phuong, Director General -National Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Quality Assurance Department. The training program, Department.material and video can be accessed via the following url: edhttp://www.selamat.net/Paginas/Meetings%20and%20Workshops/Trainings%20and%20Workshops/Training%20course%20Traceability%2012%20and%2013%20May%202008,%20Vietnam.aspx1.6.3 Other ParticipationThe following were list of conferences, seminars and workshops which Yakin consultants have beeninvited as a speaker: • Application of Traceability - Paper Based Versus Paperless and Traceability Case Studies: Department of Fisheries Indonesia - Directorate Standardization & Accreditation Accreditation, 15 July, 2009, Surabaya, Indonesia • Traceability Project and Traceability Case Studies: Department of Fisheries Indonesia - Directorate Standardization & Accreditation, 14 October, 2009, Jakarta, Indonesia Accreditation • Design and Development of Traceability System for Poultry Processors: Institute o Quality of Standards & Testing Technology for Agro-Products CAAS : Sino-EU Workshop on ng Agro EU Development and Application of Trace Technologies for Food Safety & Quality 16 October, Quality, 2008, Beijing, China. • Traceability Key to Safety, Quality and Productivity: TF Net Seminar - International Seminar afety, on Consumer Trends & Export of Tropical & Subtropical Fruits, 13 June, 2008, Kuala Lumpur, Fruits, Malaysia • Traceability Project M-FIT -Benefits, Challenges and Follow on Project: FIT hallenges Ministry of Agriculture Master Class Workshop, 6 June, 2008, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Workshop • Benefits of Electronic Traceability from User’s Perspective TRACE 4th Annua Meeting and Perspective: Annual Conference - Lost Without Trace, 24 April, 2008, Torremolinos, Spain Trace • An integrated Approach to Halal Traceability, Safety and Authentication: Global Food pproach Traceabi Traceability Forum, 2 April, 2008, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia , • Traceability - Vital to the World Food Supply Chain: Global Food Traceability Forum, 2 April, Wo Forum 2008, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia • Benefits of e-Traceability System: UNIPEQ Series of Seminar, 20 November, 2007, Kuala Traceability , Lumpur, Malaysia© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 8 of 10
  9. 9. • SALM & EurepGap Compliance - Solutions applied in the Malaysia Food Info Information & Traceability (M-FIT) Project: FIT) , EurepGap Seminar, 11 September, 2007, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia • E-Traceability Case Study on Starfruit of M y M-FIT Project: TF Net Seminar - International Seminar on Economics and Marketing of Tropical and Subtropical Fruits, 17 July, 2007, Kuala Fruits, Lumpur, Malaysia • Food Traceability as a Route to Higher Productivity: Livestock Asia Expo, 24 October, 2007, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1.7 Publications1.7.1 Halal Guide BookYakin has been working closely with Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC) on thedevelopment of a series of simple, practical and easy to understand guides for the general publi on , guide publicHalal and Toyyiban. Yakin was one of the main contributors and author of the “Halal Guide Book Halalfor Food Producers and Consumers” published in May, 2010. The guide has been endorsed by the ConsumersHalal Hub Division , JAKIM.© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 9 of 10
  10. 10. 1.7.2 Food Traceability Around the WorldOur consultants have been working closely with Department of Fishery, Malaysia on a paperentitled "Practical Experience of Aquaculture Traceability in Malaysia" and this paper was publishedin the "Food Traceability Around the World" by Global Traceability Forum in November, 2007. und© Copyright 2011 Yakin IT Sdn. Bhd. Page 10 of 10