- The CPO-derived products: cooking oil, margarine, shortening, vegetable ghee, ice cream, bakery fats, instant noodle, soaps, and detergents, cocoa butter extender, chocolate and coatings, specialty fats, dry soap mixes, sugar confectionery, biscuits cream fats, filled milk, lubrication, textiles and bio-diesel oil (fatty acid methyl esters, FAM).
- Palm Kernel Oil (PKO) derivatives: shortening, cocoa butter substitute, specialty fats, ice cream, coffee whitener/cream, sugar confectionery, biscuits cream fats, filled mild, imitation cream, soaps, detergent, shampoo, surfactant, soap noodle, glycerine, fatty acid, and cosmetics.
- CPO based Olechemistry products: methyl ester, plastics, textile processing, metal processing, lubricants, emulsifiers, detergents, glycerine, cosmetic, explosives, pharmaceutical products and food protective coatings.
- Derivatives from the excess of COP industry processing may be used as the boiler fuel and semi-furniture materials. Potential palm waste like a bunch of empty palm fruits (tanks) is the source of calcium fertilizer and has the potential to be processed int an organic fertilizer. Another function of tanks is the fiber materials to fill the car seat cushions and mattress.
- The front of a palm tree can produce Vitamin E through extraction. While the rod of the palm tree can be used as the fiberboard for furniture materials, table, cabinets, etc.
2. Rubber Industrial Zone
The finished products of domestic rubber are classified into several product type category, among other:
- Tires (bicycle, motorcycle, passenger cars, trucks, bus, planes, heavy equipment) and related products (internal casings, valves, etc.).
- Technical products for industry and automotive like a conveyor belt, automotive components, electric components, rubber rolls and bearing.
- Latex finished products (latex goods), i.e., gloves, condom, rubber thread, balloon, spigmanometer, catheter, and foam.
- Rubber products for general purpose (general rubber goods) like carpet, footwear, sports products, and household appliances.
- The textile sector, yarn, fabric, and garments.
- Electricity and electricity equipment and metal industry, like a fan, refrigerator, sewing machine, television, and radio.
- The chemical industry, like soap, toothpaste, shampoo, ink, plastic, and medicine.
- The food industry, like vegetable oil, flour, sugar, tea, coffee, salt, and processed food.
- Building and general materials industry, i.e., wood cutting, plywood, and marble.