Hamsaindo Agritec . Hamsaeurotrade
Indonesia is located between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean in Southeast Asia. Indonesia borders Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, Timor Leste, Vietnam, the Philippines, Singapore, and Australia. Indonesia is a country that is very rich in natural resources (SDA).
It is also a major supplier of commodities such as coffee, rubber, timber, palm oil, and cocoa to world markets. Apart from living natural resources in the form of biodiversity and oil and gas, Indonesia also has non-living natural resources such as minerals and rocks. Indonesia is also rich in high-value spices in foreign markets.
The most expensive Indonesian spices in the world are Cinnamon, Cloves, Cardamom, Vanilla, Saffron.
Provide wide range of most famous Indonesian products. As Indonesia has more than 18,000 islands and is rich of natural beauties and agricultural products, we are offering palm oil, coconut oil, rubber, cocoa, coffee and many other products that are coming from large plantations. Abundance of richness of Indonesia can be seen in countries export of all these products to USA, Australia, Asia and other continents.
As we are a daughter company of Indonesian trade company PT Hamsaindo Agritec, which is doing business of trade, export-import from and to Indonesia. We have special relation with our mother company, we are concentrated on marketing, export-import of Indonesian products to Serbia, Balkan territories and wider countries.
Serbia is part of the country Yugoslavia. Serbia, a potential market for Indonesian cocoa and palm oil products, can also be used as a transshipment, namely a place for distribution to all regions in Eastern Europe. Business and investment-friendly Serbian economic policies.
This market expansion effort is a form of confidence in the development of processed cocoa and palm oil products. In Business Matching (bringing together more than 100 Indonesian businessmen with 28 Serbian entrepreneurs), it succeeded in scoring potential transactions of at least US $ 110,000 for the business of pepper, coffee, and medical products. Serbia is a coffee paradise and the Serbs are really like coffee. Serbia is the world’s largest exporter of Raspberries, exporting 30% of total world exports.
Palm oil accounts for 11% of Indonesia’s exports with a value of $ 5.7 billion. As the largest palm oil producer in the world, Indonesia estimates that its exports will increase to 40 million tonnes by 2020.
The area of cocoa plantations in Indonesia is estimated at 1.5 million hectares spread across Sulawesi, North Sumatra, West Sumatra, West Java, Papua, and East Kalimantan. From the distribution of cocoa plantations, around 75% of the country’s cocoa production is in Sulawesi.
As the second-largest rubber producer in the world, the amount of Indonesian rubber supply is important for the global market. Since the 1980s, Indonesia’s rubber industry has experienced steady production growth. Most of the country’s rubber production – about 80 percent – is produced by small farmers. Therefore, government and private plantations have a small role in the domestic rubber industry.
Indonesia is rich in a variety of spices. Some of the spice commodities that are traded in the international market are pepper, nutmeg, vanilla, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, and ginger. Of the many spice commodities, pepper and nutmeg are the main commodities in the world trade in spices, as well as being Indonesia’s leading export products compared to other commodities.
In Indonesia, the use of corn for small industries is quite a lot including the corn rice industry, corn noodles, macaroni, corn crackers, corn flour, corn milk, popcorn, chips, fried corn, etc. Whole corn kernels contain high fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that are very beneficial for the health of the human body.
Indonesia is one of the countries that have the most types of coffee origin, or it can be called the single-origin. There are various types of origin of Indonesian coffee from various regions in Sumatra, Java, Bali, Flores, to Papua. It has been proven that each type of coffee has a distinctive and unique taste. Many types of Indonesian coffee origin are already popular in world markets such as Mandailing and Toraja.
Indonesia has a well-known product; tea. Tea is one of the most consumed drinks in the world. Who would have thought that Indonesia was the 7th largest tea producing country in the world? Indonesia becomes one of the largest tea producers and exporters in the world.
Cloves or cloves (Syzygium aromaticum, syn. Eugenia aromaticum), are scented dry flower buds from the Myrtaceae family of trees. Cloves are native to Indonesia, widely used as a spice in European countries, and as the main ingredient in Indonesian clove cigarettes. Cloves are grown mainly in Indonesia (Banda Islands) and Madagascar; besides that, it is also cultivated in Zanzibar, India, and Sri Lanka. This plant is the flora of the identity of North Maluku Province.
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