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  1. #21
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    WOW !! I grow, roast and export coffee from central Peru. You do not need a broker. Are there some difficulties... you bet, but find a seller or association like ours, work with them and you can get some awesome coffee and a great price.

    Jim

  2. #22
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    Hey everyone I am new to the forum. I am also from the east coast and interested in importing coffee. I have a friend that has family in El Salvador. Is there coffee coming back? I would love to start there. My ultimate go would to become a broker or something close to it.

  3. #23
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    Bringing in coffee

    Hi there, have you found the way to import the coffee?

  4. #24
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    There aren't very much profit margin on coffee brokerage business.
    First, you can't buy large enough to compete with the big guys unless you have the retail outlet that can sell around 1000-5000 tons a month.
    Second, your shipping cost will kill you
    Third, there are about 20,000 gazillion people tried and have not had any luck

    Go into ebay and see how many greenbean sellers are there. They all once tried to importat their own beans or does but they will only be able to sell few hundred kilo's a week or month.

    Good luck

  5. #25
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    looking for information webiste, contact

    Can you provide website? and contact

    ===

    Quote Originally Posted by ngoccuong View Post
    Dear, My name is Hoang Vinh Tuan from Vietnam. Nice to meet you!

    I am coffee exporter from Vietnam. I can supply Robusta, Arabica and pure instant coffee. All are high quality from Viet Nam.

    If you are interested, please contact me.

    Thanks and waiting for your reply!

    Hoang Vinh Tuan

  6. #26
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    looking for reputable coffee importer and coffee roaster company as well.

    looking for reputable coffee importer and coffee roaster company as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by telluridecoffee View Post
    Don''t do it. I was a green coffee trader for 15 years. You''re not going to save much, you''ll have way more liability than you want, have to deal with broken bags, insurance claims, possible quality claims against exporters etc etc...need I go on? Deal with a reputable importer. I can recommend if anyone''s interested

    Good luck

    Mick Hill - Green Coffee Buyer

  7. #27
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    I like the way for present your idea John. Its should be final solution as I think.

  8. #28
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    Thumbs up G-1 Sumatera Green Bean Supplier from Indonesian exporter

    Dear Friends, my name is Henry Wijaya from Indonesia. Nice to meet you all at this forum.

    I am a green beans coffee exporter from Indonesia. I can supply Grade 1 Arabica green beans from Indonesia such as Gayo, Mandheling, Sidikalang coffee and our unique green bean products (Honey Process coffee, Wine Coffee, Luwak/ Wild Civet Coffee). All of our green beans are high quality ones from our plantation (>1100m above sea level) & coffee processing factory in Northern Sumatera, Indonesia.

    We can supply at least 18 tonnes of Grade 1 Sumatera green beans every month.

    If you are interested, please kindly contact me.

    NB: Coffee beans sample can be provided based on your request.
    Buying coffee without a broker....-mandheling-full-wash-coffee.jpgBuying coffee without a broker....-gayo-semi-wash-coffee.jpgBuying coffee without a broker....-m-wine-coffee.jpgBuying coffee without a broker....-honey-p-coffee.jpg

    Thanks and waiting for your reply soon!

    Warm Regards,
    Henry Wijaya
    mobile phone: (+62) 87 888 111 360
    email : henrywijaya50 et hotmail dot com

  9. #29
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    hello Henry,
    welcome to the forum. even though I kind of doubt that any of forum members can buy directly from you, it might be better for you to give us bit more detailed information about what you are selling.

    1. some more information and photos of YOUR PLANTATION to ensure that we (some of members) are dealing directly with the farm/exporter, not middle man.
    2. for the samples, do you charge shipping cost? as you know, coffee samples are cheap and free, but shipping cost is most expensive, specially from Indonesia to USA and to Europe. can you give us approximate shipping cost to different countries, if you charge?
    3. what is the min kg that you can sell to one person or to one company?
    4. if possible, it would be nice to give us some pricing info on each coffee, FOB port in Indonesia.

    thanks
    alex

  10. #30
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    i am coffee farmers

    I'm from Indonesia and my coffee farmers and also produce civet coffee may already know if you are serious please send me an email about coffee that you want to buy
    How many do you want? package delivery how? Her payment system like where ???? I am a small farmer but I certainly can meet your demand

    Send to my email - ovan( . )triw @ live (.com)
    Hopefully we can cooperate

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenDude View Post
    I am curious if anyone has any info on bringing coffee into the US, without using a broker. I am talking about containers btw. I really have no idea where to begin, mainly with permits, etc... If anybody has any links or such It'll be much appreciated!!

 

 
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