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The rapid growth in the coffee service industry, and the highly growing of coffee Demand, is widely recognized as a major opportunity for green coffee beans exports. Therefore, Arfasa General Trading engaged immensely in this rapid growing industry, and supplying top grade quality Arabica coffee beans for several resolutions. Our company is a private limited company, was established with a capital outlay of $21.2 Million and has been established at Meki Town, in East Shoa Zone of Oromia regional state. The company has a farm area of 200 hectares at Bonga, in the western part of Ethiopia, and processing areas at the major coffee growing areas of the country. And all our processing Sites are equipped with coffee processing and washing machineries, necessary facilities including standard Stores, residential and office buildings. In addition to this the company has a seat at ECX (Ethiopian commodity Exchange) to secure its customers need. Since, all coffee exchanges are practical at Ethiopian commodity Exchange, therefore, our Seats at ECX helps us to collect top grade quality and traceable coffee and improve our sustainable exporting capacity in terms of Quality and Quantity.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
ABOUT US BunAroma Coffee Exporter – is a green coffee exporting company based in Addis, Ababa, Ethiopia. The company name BunAroma is combined from two significant words used commonly in the coffee world, ‘Buna’ and ‘Aroma.’ The word “Buna” is translated as ‘Coffee’ in Amharic language and the name ‘Aroma’ is one of the primary coffee qualities denoting the smell and a coffee’s flavor along with body, acidity, sweetness, bitterness, and aftertaste. BunAroma reflects a genuine culture of Ethiopian coffee towards the rich Aroma that Ethiopian Arabica coffee from the birthplace and It’s origin has to offer to the world. The company was founded in 2016 and since the establishment, ‘BunAroma’ coffee has produced and exported both specially prepared traceable and commercial coffee beans directly to the global green coffee buyers and roasters worldwide. Managing Director of BunAroma Coffee Exporter, Mr. Abel Ayele – who possesses an extensive experience in the coffee farming, production, processing and exporting operations. He has worked initially as the Export & Marketing Manager of Damota Wolayta Farmers’ Cooperative Union Ltd., while later worked as an Export Manager for a leading green coffee producer and exporter company in Ethiopia. Mr. Abel’s combined vast experience has brought […]
Bole Medanialem Church Area, Cameroon St, Hidmona Tower, 8th floor, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Ethio Agri-CEFT, one of the largest private players in the agricultural and agro-processing industries in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, established in January 1, 1998 under MIDROC Ethiopia Investment Group Company engaged in the production and processing of various agricultural crops. Throughout its nine farms located across the country and its processing center located in the capital the Company has continued to play an important role in realizing the investment group’s developmental goals., the Company plays an important role in realizing the investment group’s developmental goals.
Lasetho Avenue, Nefas Silk Lafto Subcity, Woreda 03, House No. 1009, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
IBRAHIM COFFEE GROWER & EXPORTER Ibrahim Hussien Coffee Grower & Exporter is a third generation of coffee growers in Ethiopia, it has been working in domestic Coffee Trade since 1960 and is active in Hulling (Handling) through our own factory. The company produces Limu Specialty Coffee which grows on an altitude of 1800-2000 m.a.s.l. on our own farm, covered with shade Tree. The Seed Type used is 74.10 and 74.165 which scores in average above 87+. Ibrahim Hussien also supply washed & sundried Arabica Coffee methods, in his own coffee plantation covering 205 Hectares in the Djimmah Zone Limu Kosa Woreda. Using a specialty selective harvesting method, red coffee cherries are hand-picked and collected in bamboo baskets and carefully transported to a site where it is spread on mesh wire beds to absorb the morning and afternoon sun without getting in contact with the soil. The company has capable export trader staff working in a cupping/grading laboratory with a Q licensed grader. We export Organic (NOP & JAS), Rain Forest / Utz and CAFE Practices coffee in a way that is sustainable and responsible. The coffee farm stick to professional guidance of agronomists & scuppers following the right procedure from […]
Bole Road Near to Friendship Hypermarket, P.O. Box: 711 code 1110, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
HIS STORY He was destined to become the third generation in his family involved in coffee. He started with printing and weighing bags from the age of 12. Yanni Georgalis formed Moplaco in 1972 in Dire Dawa, exporting predominantly Harar Coffee around the world. Harar Coffee, is and will remain, Moplaco’s Star Brand as we believe firmly that Harar Coffee is indisputably a coffee worth sharing and knowing. Yannis Georgalis has left the most important legacy behind him: His love for coffee and his love for Ethiopia. HER STORY Having lived abroad most of her life, Heleanna fell into coffee in 2008 through the force majeure of destiny. She has been riding the third wave of coffee through rough seas but has finally dived into the clear blue waters. Moplaco expanded both down and up the chain of coffee and now controls processing, and with it, experimentation; farming and with it, hardship; exporting with all its drama; and finally roasting, and with it fun. MOPLACO STAR’ STORY We are asked often on why our logo resembles the one of Mercedez Benz so we thought it is a nice story to share. A story with weight and significance for us and […]
Bole K/Ketema, K:14, House Number: NEW
Mullege’s inception began in 1953 by Awel who had a great vision, but with little means to fulfill it.Awel began a small coffee supplier to exporters business and educated his son, Mustafa, who used to unilaterally negotiate prices with farmers to sell to exporters by using donkeys as transportation in the early 1970s. Mustafa’s sagacious business approach allowed the business to blossom, and by 1996, Mullege went from a small supplier to an exporter with fully loaded coffee containers. Mullege also had a vast experience in the processing industry of agricultural products such as processing of red coffee cherries into exportable green coffee beans. The industrial complex consists of ten pulping stations and three Hulling stations located strategically within the coffee producing areas of the country.There are also two major plants located in the capital city of Addis that process green coffee beans for export. The production capacity of the industries are 220 Tons daily of export quality green coffee beans.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
About US Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union /OCFCU/ limited liability is a smallholder coffee growers owned cooperative union established on June 1, 1999, by 34 cooperatives with 22,691 farmers. Today there are 405 cooperatives with over 400,000 Members and $20,000,000 Capital. OCFCU is a Democratic member’s owned business operating under the principles of International Cooperative Alliance and fairtrade. Members of Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union are the growers, processors, and suppliers of high quality, organic Arabica coffee for the direct export. The general objective of OCFCU is to export the farmers’ coffee by passing the auction. OCFCU promotes FairTrade for socially and environmentally sustainable techniques and long-term relationships between producers, traders, and consumers. Oromia Coffee Farmer’s Cooperative Union (OCFCU) aims to help small-scale coffee farmers to take advantage of the FairTrade coffee market. OCFCU was established in order to help farmer families. OCFCU returns 70 percent of its net profits back to the cooperatives, and cooperatives back to members. Specifically, OCFCU focus on Improving the farmers’ income by exporting their coffee directly, Improving quality of services to member farmers and clients, Improving the social condition of farmers, Improving the quality and productivity of Ethiopian coffee, Facilities owned by the members […]
P.O.Box: 1394 code1110, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
About US The name Sibu is derived from the Guji region Society traditional name of coffee to describe the perspective name of coffee.Sibu coffee exporter plc. Was established as a coffee exporter in 2014. But it had been engaged in the coffee supplier business since before 20 years. Our coffee is supplied from Origin Ethiopian ORGANIC and ARABICA Coffee, Oromia Region West Guji zone where it is the ground of specialty coffee producer trade area from most of the Ethiopia coffee producers. The shareholders also have 20 years of experience in domestic supply to the central auction center as well as Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX).
Around Bisrat Gebreal ADOT BUILDING 4th floor, Room No.405
Who We Are Ethiopia, as the Birthplace of Coffee, is known throughout the world for its rich variety of coffees and cup profiles. Some buyers use words like floral, spicy, juicy and mysterious to describe our coffees. Others are lost for words. Coffee is found throughout our country in many types of environments from a few trees in a small household garden, to a vast forested hillside where it grows wild. We believe this diversity is our greatest asset. Sidama coffees exemplify this wealth of flavors and landscapes. From the rugged mountains of Bensa, to the valleys of Dale and Aleta Wendo, there is coffee. Sidama produces more washed coffee than any other zone in the country and has built a reputation for quality over many decades. Coffee is engrained in our people’s way of life. The Sidama Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union provides marketing, Finance and technical services to 53 primary cooperative societies and over 80,000 farmers. We welcome coffee buyers large and small to sample this diversity and build a partnership with us and our farmers. Who We Are Ethiopia, as the Birthplace of Coffee, is known throughout the world for its rich variety of coffees and cup profiles. […]
Kaliti Maseltegna, 500mts from the main road, on the gravel road besides Mame Setel
About Us Tracon Trading P.L.C was established a decade ago and has achieved an accelerated growth since its establishment. The company is currently engaged in the following different Business Line Units (BsLU): Aluminum Assembly and Fitting Business Line Coffee Trading Business Line, Freight Transport & Heavy Machinery Rental Business Line, Construction Business Line, Real Estate Business Line Import and Merchandising Business Line – No of employees: 600 Permanent Employees and 650 Contract Employees Vision To be one of the best renowned, environmentally and socially responsible global company as valued by key stake holders. Mission To serve customers via the provision of top-quality products and services and there by contribute to the economic and development endeavors of the country. Organization Values Customers satisfaction Employees Empowerments Integrity and Ethics Social responsibility and corporate citizenship Profit and growth Respect and trust
Tracon Tower 11th floor, Churchill road, Infront of Tikur Anbesa Preparatory School
Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers’ Cooperatives Union – Acronym YCFCU, was established in June 2002 for which shortly after, was registered as a cooperative society with its proclamation (No. 147/1998). The union started with 13 member organizations. At the moment, these primary cooperatives were established to serve as a political weapon for the Dergue Regime. These 13 Cooperatives continuously faced interference from the then government as well as other organizing agencies, in their resources and finances and were always exploited and worked under harsh conditions of corruption. After the downfall of the past regime, the primary cooperatives ceased their operations as the socialist model had worn out. They lacked ownership nor governance and in turn, it was no longer profitable to attract the farmers which led to their bankruptcy After the cooperative society’s proclamation was enacted, coffee farmers were reluctant to embark on a new cooperative experience. Added to the coffee crisis in the 2nd half of the 1990’s, the primary cooperatives were not ready to get on board until the union was established with formidable credibility. In the years that followed shortly after, the union started growing because it had proved by then that it was respectable enough to act both […]
Akaki Kality Subcity, Woreda 05, Addis Ababa, P.O. Box, 122641