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Uncover the mysteries of the forestry industry through this interactive e-learning programme, where you’ll unlock the secrets behind sustainable pulp and paper production, understand the haze issue, learn more about forestry management and community efforts, and much more!

Field Trips

Ever wondered how your everyday paper is made or what really goes on in a papermaking company? On our field trips, you’ll have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to step into APRIL Group’s paper manufacturing operation to go behind the scenes of papermaking.


Don’t take our word for it, ask our experts.

Armed with exciting case studies and a brain full of knowledge, they’ll be more than happy to share about what they do and answer any questions you may have.

We’ll also be bringing our papermaking process closer to you through our mobile exhibitions, where you can get a closer look and feel of the different pulp specimens at each stage of the process.




Understanding Sustainable Land Management

Indonesia is home to one of the earth’s most extensive and biologically diverse landscapes – the tropical rainforest. Besides being endowed with an abundance of flora and fauna, over 20 million people depend on Indonesia’s tropical rainforests for their... read more

School Talk: Exploring Sustainable Forest Management

On 15th April 2016, we were very happy to partner with Hougang Secondary School (HSS) to conduct a talk on sustainable forest management. We had two back-to-back sessions with more than 100 students participating in the talk – wow!

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The Notorious King of Fruit

Love it or hate it, durian is widely referred to as Southeast Asia’s King of Fruit! Native to the islands of Borneo, peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra and commercially found in Thailand, it is thought to be one of the most ancient and primitive fruits enjoyed for millions of years.

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Thoughts on the Field Trip

“Overall, I really enjoyed the trip. It was fun to witness up close the entire process of paper-making from the planting of Acacia trees to the packing of the end-product. In addition, meeting up with the students who can speak English very fluently was also very enjoyable!” – Erickson Citra, Student at Anglo Chinese School (Independent)

Thoughts on the Edu-Portal

“The Eduportal offers another perspective for students to examine issues related to their Geography curriculum and it has many attractive options for them to explore and read into issues.” – Eric Ng, HOD of Geography at River Valley High

Thoughts on the Field Trip

“The trip was informative and it exposed us to the company and its efforts to conserve and give back to the community. It was overall quite a fun and interesting trip!” – Lai Chiu Ting, Teaching Assistant at National University of Singapore (NUS)