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  1. #31
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    Hi Alex,

    Thank you for your response in advance and please pardon me for the late reply.

    I hope the following information can answer your questions:

    1) I have attached some of the plantation pictures. Fyi, The plantation is located at Simalungun regency (near Lake Toba) in North Sumatera province, Indonesia.
    Buying coffee without a broker....-coffee-plantation_north-sumatera.jpgBuying coffee without a broker....-coffee-plantation_north-sumatera_2.jpgBuying coffee without a broker....-drying-process_1.jpg

    2) For the sample, I charge the shipping cost based on UPS/DHL/Fedex rate. Normally, DHL rate is cheaper for delivering sample to US region.
    The approximate shipping charges from Indonesia to USA is around 6000-6500 USD per 20 ft container (nicely fit for 18 tonnes of green beans). I got the estimated shipping cost from my freight forwarder, so if the buyer can get the cheaper shipping cost using their own freight forwarder, I'm fine to use the buyer's freight forwarder service.
    3) I usually sell at least 1 full container of common green coffee beans (20 ft) to my customer due to expensive shipping cost. Nonetheless, for the Luwak (wild civet) coffee beans, we can ship around 10 kg per shipment to our customer in US or Europe.
    4) For our common Grade 1 coffee beans price (FOB port in Indonesia), it's range from USD 5000 to 9300 per tonne. This is the price range exclude the famous Luwak Coffee & Longberry.

    Thank you.

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

  2. #32
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    Hi there,
    what kind of coffee are you interest? Green coffee beans or roasted coffee beans?
    I'm a roasted coffee bean supplier from Vietnam.
    I can supply Arabica and Mocha roasted beans.
    Our bean are grown in Da Lat, Vietnam which is over 1500meters from the sea.
    Please contact me if you are interest.

    Thank you.

    Dat
    +84 122 360 3471
    dieity(a)outlook.com

  3. #33
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    Dieity, most of every forum member knows that roasted coffee bean are only fresh for a week or so, then, what would be the point selling roasted coffee from Vietnam to overseas other countries?

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by ensoluna View Post
    Dieity, most of every forum member knows that roasted coffee bean are only fresh for a week or so, then, what would be the point selling roasted coffee from Vietnam to overseas other countries?
    Hi ensoluna, thanks for telling me.
    I didn't know that. Could you please explain me?
    They say after roasting we have to rest the coffee for over 5 days for a perfect cup of coffee.
    Beside, is there any packing way to keep the flavor of the coffee?

  5. #35
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    you can get the answers to your questions via internet, very easily.
    I am sure that most of members do not want to hear this.
    anyway, if you are selling coffee from Vietnam, better to focus on selling green beans.
    best of luck to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieity View Post
    Hi ensoluna, thanks for telling me.
    I didn't know that. Could you please explain me?
    They say after roasting we have to rest the coffee for over 5 days for a perfect cup of coffee.
    Beside, is there any packing way to keep the flavor of the coffee?
    We have had a lot of discussions on this topic. Feel free to explore the Forum threads by doing a search in the search box (located at the top-right corner of your screen). Your search will direct you to a lot of useful information.

    Rose

  7. #37
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    Hi Henry,
    Where in Sumatera are you? And what is your company website?
    Thanks.

  8. #38
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    Hello,
    I am looking for a reliable custom broker in West Coast. (LA). Anyone has suggestions?
    Thank you.

  9. #39
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    chipas coffee

    Mick

    I am new to the coffee business. I live in Chiapas mexicon and have trees upon trees of fresh mountain grown cafe. Its awesome here. I have about 12 acres of coffee ready to seel now. But they dont pay shit here in my area. I would like to conect with a broker that i could send my coffee to that will help me get it to the right people in the us or even japan i here they are paying good for awesome coffee. Where I am at the elevation is 3883 above sea level- The ground is black soil and lots of nice trees full of fresh green coffee. Could you help me out. 403 668 1717 is a local number to call me at anytime

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    We can ship as much as needed as there are truck loads going out daily of top quality chiapas coffee contact me We need buyers

 

 
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