Our Commitment, Your Future

Driving Positive Change in the Rubber Industry

On Sustainability

As RSS1877 grows, so does our responsibility to our stakeholders, society and the planet. We know that we have an impact on ESG issues, such as supply chain management, deforestation, climate change, social justice, and that these issues also impact how we do business.

Together with our stakeholders, we are responsible for making our supply chain more traceable. We work with a third party to trace all of raw material sources. We are tackling climate change by reducing our own greenhouse gas emissions and addressing biodiversity loss through working directly with our supply partners.

While we do not have complete control over climate issues in our value chain, through engaging our smallholder farmers, our supply partners, on how they can reduce their footprint through Good Agricultural Practices, to name a few.

We have direct impact our community where we operate, for example, most of our factory workers come from the community surrounding our factory. We are also actively managing risks through internal policies at Group and for suppliers, ensuring an inclusive and empowering environment for all workforce, and actively engaging in the communities where we operate.

While we comply with all relevant human rights obligations in Indonesia, we also work to protect human and labour rights in our own operations, for example through internal policies and procedures regarding the treatment of employees.

Pillar 1: Doing good for the Environment

No deforestation
and exploitation

Although we do not own any plantations, we source rubber from local farmers and suppliers. With many smallholders near our facility, we are able to achieve traceability on a percentage of our raw material back to the plantations.

We intend to expand upon our traceability program.

Although we do not own any plantations, we source rubber from local farmers and suppliers. With many smallholders near our facility, we are able to achieve traceability on a percentage of our raw material back to the plantations.

We intend to expand upon our traceability program.


Fresh water is paramount to our planet.

It is crucial that we manage the resource in a sustainable and responsible way. We have programs to clean the local river of poorly discarded rubbish. In addition, we supply the nearby community with potable water.

Pillar 2: Doing Good in Collaborative Partnerships

We believe in Collaboration
& Inclusivity

We respect, value, and support each individual partner for the greater good collectively.

We always believe dialogue is better than monologue.

Hence, being collaborative and open to working with like minded partners to achieve a common goal.

Pillar 3: Doing Good  for Community and
for People

Integration &

We commit to encouraging greater social integration and inclusivity in our workplace and with the surrounding community where we operate. Our host community is part of us, they are our people.

Our aim is to play a positive role where we operate. By engaging openly with the communities, we are able to recognise how and where we can bring sustainable benefits for all.

We support our people in different ways. For our host communities, we support them in their socioeconomic development as well as health and education.

We prioritise health and wellbeing for our employee. Most of our employees are locally employed, they are our neighbours. We believe in gender equality and that women’s role in our operations are important

Our Materiality Assessment

The Overview

We conducted our first materiality assessment at the end of 2021. Our materiality assessment helps us identify where we can provide the most value, drive our strategy, allocate effort and resources, and direct our reporting. It is also part of our dialogue with stakeholders. It is consistent with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards and gives us valuable information to set priorities, generate positive impact on the society, minimise risk, reduce costs and generate revenues. 

The Result

As a result of the materiality assessment, three priority issues and seven other additional issues with greater business relevance and impact on the planet and society were identified: Responsible Supply Chain, Ecological and Environmental Impacts from our operations.

The importance of these topics are confirmed also for the stakeholders, who, on this matter, have demonstrated that they share the company’s vision.

Out of 20 topics, we prioritised 15 topics to be included in our short- and medium-term strategies: (1) ecological impacts; (2) energy management; (3) GHG emissions; (4) water & wastewater management; (5) waste & hazardous materials management; (6) supply chain management; (7) supplier and rubber farmer development; (8) labour practices; (9) employee health & safety; (10) human rights; 
(11) community participation and empowerment; (12) business ethics; (13) economic performance; (14) risk management and business continuity.

Our Commitment to Responsible Supply Chain

SDG alignment:

Sustainability Report

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Contact Us

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Please contact us for any enquiries. Get in touch through our contacts below:

Office (Singapore)

8 Eu Tong Sen Street,
#15-83, Office 2, The Central,
Singapore 059818
+65 6990 9877

Office (Indonesia)

PT. Anugrah Sibolga Lestari Office
Jalan Putri Hijau
Komp Graha Niaga Blok B 9
Medan 20115


PT. Anugrah Sibolga Lestari
Jalan Sisingamangaraja No. 88
Desa Sarudik
Rt. Rw. Sarudik
Sarudik – Tapanuli Tengah