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Indonesian green coffee beans for sale.

anginberkahraya

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Dec 1, 2014
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I assist Indonesian farmers and companies in selling their coffee beans abroad. If you are interested in purchasing green coffee beans send me a PM. Here is some information about one of my clients.

1.What country of origin are you representing? What area?
Indonesia, our base in Medan but we can provide various Indonesian green beans as listed
Arabica Indonesia Single Origin Bean
1. Arabica Mandheling/Lintong: High grade, Grade1, Grade2, Grade3, Grade4, Grade5, Grade 6, Low Grade, Pixel.
2. Arabica from Sulawesi Origin: Toraja and Kalosi Grade 1
3. Arabica Gayo Grade 1
4. Arabica Java Grade 1
5. Arabica Flores Grade 1

Robusta Indonesia EK1 Semi Washed
1. ELB 450 BC, grade 2,
2. ELB 450 BC, grade 3,
3. ELB 450 BC, grade 4, 20/25

Indonesia Authentic Coffee Bean
1. Sumatra Super Peaberry,
2. ELB Green Dino,
3. Jumbo Eighteen Plus.
4. Mandheling Longberry
5. Pak- Pak


2.What sort of organization are you representing (co-operative, single owner farm)?
We have business from upstream to downstream, We owns 2,621 hectares of coffee plantation in North Sumatra.Also we have strong relationship with co-operative around local coffee regions, such as Bandung (Java Preanger), Bali and Toraja, even we put our branch office in those areas.

3.How long in the coffee business?
Established in 1999, we started from a small trading and export company in Medan, North Sumatra. The company's business was mainly selling coffee beans to both local and international markets. Today, we trade internationally to more than 30 countries, with over 17,811 buyers.

4.What is your role in the supply chain (grower, marketing agent, exporter)
They has been developing our export business by widening our assortment of coffee varieties, ranging from the finest Arabica coffees of Sumatra, to those of Java, Bali, Flores, Sulawesi, and Papua, as well as Robusta coffee from Sumatra.

5.What is the anticipated yearly volume of Specialty Grade Coffee?
For Authentic Indonesian Coffee such as; Lasuna and long berry coffee 5-8 MT/year, Sumatera peaberry 18/year.
For Indonesian Arabica Coffee, we can cover up to 2-5 cont/months.


6.Does Coffee carry any certifications?
They have FTO, USDA and FDA certificate. We also have SCAE, SCAI and SCAJ Membership on hand.

7.Describe the picking and processing methods used
Their Coffee is handpicked and semi-washed.

8.Where is the coffee being milled?
Their main warehouse is in Medan, North Sumatera.

9.How have you been selling this coffee? US? Existing?
They have made 15 years strong relationship with many coffee importers, US is one of our priority market.

10.What are the harvest and export period?
1st Semester: March – May
2[SUP]nd[/SUP] Semester: October – November

11.What is your pricing structure?
Our price is daily updated based on London and New York Coffee market. We also often offer price using differential basis as well.

12.Describe your Quality Control processes
We ensure any beans in our warehouse are scored by internationally acknowledged Q-graders and Star-cuppers. The beans also passed hand-sorted process.

Our process is described as follow:

To keep the coffee beans as natural and fresh as possible we dry them under the sun. Using a modern huller machine, coffee beans are hulled to remove chaffs from the beans. To further reduce the water content of the coffee beans to reach the optimal level (moisture content max. 13%), clean, and fresh coffee beans are carefully spread out under the sun again.

Screening is process to separate bad coffee beans from good ones. This process is done by sutton machine that separates bad coffee beans from good ones based on the weight of coffee bean. Lesser coffee beans are slightly lesser in weight than the top ones that we reserve for your convenience. This process filters coffee beans based on its diameter. This process is done by a sieve machine.

At this point, previous processes have produced good, clean coffee beans sorted by its diameter. To further enhance the quality of the coffee beans, we use labor to manually pick up defect coffee beans. We pack our coffee beans in jute bags and store it in our warehouse. At this point coffee beans are ready for export.
 

yleng

New member
Nov 29, 2017
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I assist Indonesian farmers and companies in selling their coffee beans abroad. If you are interested in purchasing green coffee beans send me a PM. Here is some information about one of my clients.

1.What country of origin are you representing? What area?
Indonesia, our base in Medan but we can provide various Indonesian green beans as listed
Arabica Indonesia Single Origin Bean
1. Arabica Mandheling/Lintong: High grade, Grade1, Grade2, Grade3, Grade4, Grade5, Grade 6, Low Grade, Pixel.
2. Arabica from Sulawesi Origin: Toraja and Kalosi Grade 1
3. Arabica Gayo Grade 1
4. Arabica Java Grade 1
5. Arabica Flores Grade 1

Robusta Indonesia EK1 Semi Washed
1. ELB 450 BC, grade 2,
2. ELB 450 BC, grade 3,
3. ELB 450 BC, grade 4, 20/25

Indonesia Authentic Coffee Bean
1. Sumatra Super Peaberry,
2. ELB Green Dino,
3. Jumbo Eighteen Plus.
4. Mandheling Longberry
5. Pak- Pak


2.What sort of organization are you representing (co-operative, single owner farm)?
We have business from upstream to downstream, We owns 2,621 hectares of coffee plantation in North Sumatra.Also we have strong relationship with co-operative around local coffee regions, such as Bandung (Java Preanger), Bali and Toraja, even we put our branch office in those areas.

3.How long in the coffee business?
Established in 1999, we started from a small trading and export company in Medan, North Sumatra. The company's business was mainly selling coffee beans to both local and international markets. Today, we trade internationally to more than 30 countries, with over 17,811 buyers.

4.What is your role in the supply chain (grower, marketing agent, exporter)
They has been developing our export business by widening our assortment of coffee varieties, ranging from the finest Arabica coffees of Sumatra, to those of Java, Bali, Flores, Sulawesi, and Papua, as well as Robusta coffee from Sumatra.

5.What is the anticipated yearly volume of Specialty Grade Coffee?
For Authentic Indonesian Coffee such as; Lasuna and long berry coffee 5-8 MT/year, Sumatera peaberry 18/year.
For Indonesian Arabica Coffee, we can cover up to 2-5 cont/months.


6.Does Coffee carry any certifications?
They have FTO, USDA and FDA certificate. We also have SCAE, SCAI and SCAJ Membership on hand.

7.Describe the picking and processing methods used
Their Coffee is handpicked and semi-washed.

8.Where is the coffee being milled?
Their main warehouse is in Medan, North Sumatera.

9.How have you been selling this coffee? US? Existing?
They have made 15 years strong relationship with many coffee importers, US is one of our priority market.

10.What are the harvest and export period?
1st Semester: March – May
2[SUP]nd[/SUP] Semester: October – November

11.What is your pricing structure?
Our price is daily updated based on London and New York Coffee market. We also often offer price using differential basis as well.

12.Describe your Quality Control processes
We ensure any beans in our warehouse are scored by internationally acknowledged Q-graders and Star-cuppers. The beans also passed hand-sorted process.

Our process is described as follow:

To keep the coffee beans as natural and fresh as possible we dry them under the sun. Using a modern huller machine, coffee beans are hulled to remove chaffs from the beans. To further reduce the water content of the coffee beans to reach the optimal level (moisture content max. 13%), clean, and fresh coffee beans are carefully spread out under the sun again.

Screening is process to separate bad coffee beans from good ones. This process is done by sutton machine that separates bad coffee beans from good ones based on the weight of coffee bean. Lesser coffee beans are slightly lesser in weight than the top ones that we reserve for your convenience. This process filters coffee beans based on its diameter. This process is done by a sieve machine.

At this point, previous processes have produced good, clean coffee beans sorted by its diameter. To further enhance the quality of the coffee beans, we use labor to manually pick up defect coffee beans. We pack our coffee beans in jute bags and store it in our warehouse. At this point coffee beans are ready for export.

Hi, im interested on the green bean. How to contact you?
Thank you
 

yleng

New member
Nov 29, 2017
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hi yleng, since the original thread was 3 years ago, and the user is no longer active, i do not think that he/she will get back to you.
anyway, I believe that you are living in Asia countries?
if you really want to buy Indonesian coffees, it should be very easy to find exporters via web search.
good luck.
thanks

thank you for your help
 
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