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- 01-13-2013 05:25 AM #1
I have businesplan to import coffe beans to Estonia.
First month order will be 400kg coffe benas. We roast this weself , but where to search whosale company , how can give nomral price .
I have calulate , 1kg will be coast $2,50-$3,20 each.
Is someone know some contcs or.. ?
Ty for evey answears.
Last edited by PinkRose; 02-20-2013 at 02:40 PM.
- 01-13-2013 05:25 AM # ADS
- 01-13-2013 07:09 AM #2
Where are you bringing the beans in from?
The wholesalers/importers here in the states charge roughly $2.50 - $3.20 PER POUND for orders of that size of arabica beans. (Or are you talking about robusta?)
My guess is that you'll find a wholesaler in Germany to supply your needs.
- 01-13-2013 08:05 AM #3
I have roastering machines.
So i need also whosaler.
Eldub, you think that Germany whosaler sells $2,50-$3.20 arabican beans ?
I was thought that maybe looking whosaler chine or Brazilia.. or what you think ??
- 01-13-2013 08:29 AM #4
Here in the US, quality arabica beans sell for more like $5-$6/kg.
I'm not sure you are going to find any exporter in brazil willing to ship a small quantity, let alone for the price you are wanting. The cost of shipping will be crazy, imo.
China doesn't grow much coffee, I don't think. Viet nam might be an option, but 400kg isn't a very big order.
We order about 400kg at a time from wholesalers here in the US. The beans cost $2.50- $5 per pound. (Thats' roughly $5 - $10/kg.) That is a small order that doesn't warrant international shipping charges. Most coffee beans are transported from the source countries in containers fo a size that justify the shipping costs due to economies of scale. Shipping small amounts overseas isn't cost effective. And that's why I'm guessing you need ot find someone in Europe who imports large quantities of beans to help lower the costs.
- 01-13-2013 09:35 AM #5
- 01-13-2013 02:20 PM #6
Or maybe better plan to export to my country already ready coffee ?
i mena i bags and only to make deals with shops who buy it in ?
- 01-13-2013 02:57 PM #7
You will do better bringing in green beans and roasting them in your country, imo. Get ahold of forum member "expat" and ask him about european green bean suppliers. (He roasts in Ireland.)
- 01-13-2013 04:51 PM #8
I agree... Expat would know about importing to Europe. Also buying 400kg is not that much of coffee.... If you want to import any green coffee beans from origin of country, the mount should be at least 22,000 pounds which means around 10,000 kg. Now, that amount would make sense for the higher shipping cost... which will be around 3-4,500 dollars.
- 01-15-2013 04:44 AM #9
- 01-15-2013 06:28 AM #10
It all depends what you want to buy... Different part of the world offer different beans and you just have to choose one region or make your own blend ...
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