Romanian firm could up imports of palm oil from Malaysia

Romanian cooking fats and oils supplier Render Com is expected to up imports of palm oil to the country from Malaysia, according to reports in the Malaysian media. “We import Malaysian palm oil due to the positive feedback received from our customers and we foresee a market uptrend towards the end of the year,” said Render’s Director General Virginia Stancu, quoted by Malaysian news agency Bernama.com.

According to the report, Render Com was one of the earliest and biggest Romanian importers of palm oil. The company imports around 5,000 tonnes of palm oil a year from Malaysia.

Render Com became an incorporated company in 1996, at which time it imported cocoa powder from Malaysia and Indonesia. Later the Bucharest based company began palm oil imports and now also sells olive oil from Greece and Spain on the Romanian market.

Render Com is the exclusive Romanian agent for a number of international firms in the sector, including Cargill, Arte Oliva, Nutria and Indcresa.

Liam Lever, [email protected]

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