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Indonesia Edible Oil Industry Outlook (2017-2030): Based on Product, Based on Distribution Channel with COVID-19 impact

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Indonesia Edible Oil Industry Outlook

Palm oil is by far the largest category of edible oil in Indonesia, as it is one of the world’s most produced and consumed oils. This oil is cheap, production efficient and highly stable oil, which is used in variety of food, cosmetic and hygiene products, and can be used as source for bio-fuel or biodiesel. From a very long time, Indonesian palm oil demand shows an increasing trend as an expanding population in the country, gives rise to rising consumption of food and cosmetic products that contain some sort of material that is derived from palm oil. Meanwhile, government in the country also encourage the use of biofuel. Although, this popular palm oil, the largest category, saw a faster value growth in 2019, olive oil saw the fastest growth over the forecasted period, owing to the increasing demand for olive oil. Various brand owners and distributers have reacted to this increasing demand, by expanding their distribution and product ranges, and allocating more shelf spaces to olive oil, in modern grocery retailers like Giant and Hypermarket.

Increasing demand for other edible oils

Other edible oils in Indonesia include, sesame oil, coconut oil, grapeseed oil and blended oil. The demand for these other edible oils is influenced by the social media and the health and wellbeing trend. Also, these edible oils are now very easy to find in any of the modern grocery retailers such as supermarkets and hypermarkets and in many other grocery stores like health food stores. However, the palm oil remains the most common type of edible oil in Indonesia, as it is also supported by the wide distribution, it is commonly available in modern retailers such as supermarkets, hypermarkets and convenience stores as well as in traditional grocery retailers such as independent small grocers and small kiosks. Although, small grocers remain the major distribution channel for edible oil, mainly supported by high volume sales of palm oil. Further, the retail pricing of palm oil is usually slightly more affordable at independent small grocers, which motivates consumers to purchase it there since almost every household uses palm oil regularly.

Indonesian Palm Oil Production and Export

Few Indonesian industries have shown robust growth as the domestic palm oil industry during the past 20 years, owing to the country’s rapidly rising production and export figures as well as by the growing quantity of its palm oil estate area. In 2018, there was an output of around 40.6 million tons of palm oil, out of which 29.3 million tons of volume was exported by the country. Driven by increased global demand and higher yields, palm oil cultivation has been expanded significantly by Indonesian farmers and conglomerates. The majority of Indonesia’s palm oil output is exported, as in 2016, out of total production of 32 million tons, approximately, 27 million tons of palm oil, which was valued around USD 18.6 billion, exported from the country. The most important export destination countries are China, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, and the Netherlands. However, Indonesia also imports some palm oil, primarily from India, but the numbers are very insignificant. Further, production of palm oil has grown rapidly in Indonesia over the last decade. In 2016, the plantation size of country was valued around 11.8 million hectares. Almost 70% of Indonesia’s oil palm plantation are located on Sumatra, and the remainder 30% is largely found on the island of Kalimantan. The Indonesian Palm Oil association (Gapki), said its target is to see Indonesia producing at least 40 million tons of CPO (Crude Palm Oil) per year from 2020. In terms of agriculture, palm oil is the most important industry of Indonesia contributing between 1.5% - 2.5% of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP).

The Government’s Edible Oil Tax Policy

To spur growth in the downstream palm oil industry, the export tax on refined palm oil products has been slashed in recent years. Meanwhile, the export tax for CPO (Crude Palm Oil) ranges between 0 and 22.5% depending on the international palm oil price. Indonesia has an ‘automatic mechanism’ that when the government benchmark CPO (Crude Palm Oil) price, based on both the international and local Crude Palm Oil prices, drops below USD 750 per metric ton, the export tax is cut to 0%. As this 0% export tax for Crude Palm Oil meant the government missed out on a big chunk of much-needed tax revenue from the palm industry, so it decided to introduce the palm oil export levies in mid-2015. And through this new policy the government imposed a USD 50 per metric ton levy on crude palm oil exports, and a USD 30 per metric ton levy exports of processed palm oil products.

Indonesia Edible Oil Market Segmentation

Based on Product

    • Edible Oil
      • Palm
      • Soybean
      • Sunflower
      • Olive
      • Coconut
      • Other
    • Edible Fat

Based on Distribution Channel

    • Offline
    • Online

Overview of Indonesia Edible Oil Industry

In 2019, the palm oil in Indonesia amounted to around USD 46 million metric tons. The production volume in 2020 was expected to remain flat, due to low fertilizer usage and dry weather. In 2019, the country’s total palm oil exports amounted to 30 million metric tons, and this is projected to increase in 2020, despite reduced demands in a key market, India. The value of Indonesia’s total palm oil exported around 29.5 million metric tons, which amounted to approximately USD 15.8 million, in 2019. The country exported around 4.6 million metric tons of palm oil to India in 2019, while China being the largest export market for Indonesian palm oil. Further, the country has the domestic consumption of palm oil of around 12.7 million metric tons out of the approximately 35 million tons of crude palm oil (CPO), produced in 2018, which is expected to increase in the coming years, due to the planned expansion of palm usage in biodiesel. In 2018, the total export volume of CPO in Indonesia was approximately 28 million metric tons.

According to the Goldstein Market Intelligence Analyst, Indonesia Edible Oil Market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.5%, during the forecasted period, i.e. 2017-2030.

Impact of COVID-19 on Indonesia Edible Oil Industry

Indonesia, the biggest palm producer in the world, saw production and exports of the commodity contract in the first half of the year due to economic impacts of the pandemic as well as rolling impacts of drought and a price crash from the previous years. The half year production of crude palm oil (CPO) and palm kernel oil (PKO) had declined 9.2% year-on-year to around 23.5 million tons. While COVID-19 health crisis played a role in this decline in oil production, but the main cause of the decline is not really COVID-19, but rather, the domino effect of the palm oil price crash, which pushed down palm oil cultivation and fertilizers sales. With the decline in palm oil production in the first half of 2020, exports also fell by 11.5% year-on-year to 15.6 million tons from 17.6 million tons. Further, palm oil exports to all major destinations had declined except for exports to India, the United States, and Pakistan, which grew by 23%, 7% and 1%, respectively. Also, the domestic consumption of the palm oil, in the first half of 2020 posted a slight y-o-y increase of 2.85% to 8.7 million tons mainly due to increased production of oleochemicals during the pandemic.

Challenges for Indonesia Edible Oil Industry

  • Awareness of the need for more environment friendly policies
  • Land disputes with local communities due to lack of clarity regarding land ownership
  • Indonesia is known for its legal and regulatory uncertainty
  • High logistics cost due to the lack of quality and quantity of infrastructure

Major Players of Indonesia Edible Oil Industry

  • Cargill
  • Wilmar International
  • Salim Ivomas Pratama Tbk
  • Astra Agro Lestari Tbk PT
  • PT SMART Tbk
  • Tunas Baru Lampung Tbk
  • London Sumatra Indonesia Tbk
  • PT Socfin Indonesia
  • Asian Agri

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  • What are the key market trends?
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