Wednesday, 22 April 2015

HARDWOOD CHARCOAL EXPORTATION BUSINESS GUIDE



Are you interested in Hardwood Charcoal Export Business?

Are you having problems with the procedures in Hardwood Charcoal Export Business?
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Get our special e-book on COMPREHENSIVE PRACTICAL INFORMATION ON HARD WOOD CHARCOAL EXPORT BUSINESS. This e-book will guide you step-by-step in the business process and also provide you necessary information. This e-book features the following:

  • Important information on export business including pictorial illustrations
  • Detailed Information on how to finance your Hardwood Charcoal Export Business
  • Detailed information on Local Sourcing of Hardwood Charcoal
  • Full Contact information of Buyers
  • Detailed information on Negotiation Procedures with buyers
  • Detailed information on secured means of Claiming your Payment and lots more
In addition to this, we will give you access to a month FREE mentorship programme with a special passcode to access this service. To get your copy of this e-book, send us a mail to: etraining@tosfatconcepts.com for more information.

KOSSO WOOD EXPORT BUSINESS, MADE EASY!!!



Are you interested in Kosso Wood Export Business?

Are you having problems with the procedures in Kosso Wood Export Business?
The solution is here...
Get our special e-book on COMPREHENSIVE PRACTICAL INFORMATION ON KOSSO WOOD EXPORT BUSINESS. This e-book will guide you step-by-step in the business process and also provide you necessary information for your success. This e-book features the following:

  • Important information on export business including pictorial illustrations
  • Detailed Information on how to finance your Kosso Wood Export Business
  • Detailed information on Local Sourcing of Kosso Wood
  • Full Contact information of International Buyers of Kosso Wood
  • Detailed information on Negotiation Procedures with buyers
  • Detailed information on secured means of Claiming your Payment and lots more

In addition to this, we will give you access to a month FREE mentorship programme with a special passcode to access this service. To get your copy of this e-book, send us a mail to: etraining@tosfatconcepts.com for more information.

To your success!!!

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

FREE REPORT ON KOSSO WOOD EXPORTATION



It’s now vividly clear that the Nigerian economy is now focusing agricultural commodities exportation which has not been given enough consideration for a very long time. The Nigerian economy has been majorly sustaining on OIL EXPORT which has capsize our currency from $1=N1 in those days, to $1=N200. Right now, serious investors are shifting to NON-OIL COMMODITY EXPORT. There is a saying that “as time goes on, the world shift”. And “the only permanent thing is CHANGE”. Therefore, every good investor will move with the trend. The current trend is NON-OIL COMMODITY EXPORT/AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY EXPORT. In this report, we we will be discussing a particular agricultural commodity popularly called “Kosso Wood”.

PROFILE


Botanical Name: Pterocarpus erinaceus

DESCRIPTION
The tree height varies from 12 to 15 m. The bark is stiff, blackish and scaly. The branches have long shoots which bend downwards. The first golden-yellow flowers appear in January when the tree is quite leafless. Fruit body is bristly, fruits orbicular, broadly winged. Leaves 10-15 foliolate. Branchlets not prickly; leaflets mostly oblong-elliptic, gradually and very shortly acuminate, 6-11 cm. long, 3-6 cm. broad. Light green fruits suborbicular, 4-7 cm diameter.

Uses
Wood and wood products: Kosso tree provides some of the finest wood from dry forests. The wood is a beautiful, rich rose-red or dark brown, mottled with dark streaks. It has a handsome, fine-grained appearance and is used for furniture (including stools and benches), decorative paneling, and parquet flooring. It is also used as construction wood and in carpentry for doors and window frames. It makes very good charcoal which is another exportable commodity.
Leaf fodder silvopastoral systems: Kosso tree provides high-quality leaf fodder with an average nutritive value in dry matter of 5.3 MJ kg-1 net energy, 16–19% crude protein, and 0.15% phosphorus. Pastoralists traditionally lopped wild trees in silvopastoral systems to feed their livestock during the dry season. Increasingly, this fodder is brought to urban and semi-urban markets for sale.
Other uses: Medicinal uses are many, including the use of leaves as a febrifuge, the bark for tooth and mouth troubles, and bark and resin as astringent for severe diarrhea and dysentery. The grated root is mixed with tobacco and smoked in a pipe as a cough remedy. The resin, kino, is used for dyeing cloth to produce a dark purple color.


MARKET INFORMATION
Kosso Wood is usually loaded in a 20 feet container and it can be sourced from different part of Nigeria. The international price value buyers place on this wood depends on the quality of the wood. In this business, quality is the key and the most important aspect of increasing profit. The total cost analysis (Logistics inclusive) of investing in a container ranges from N1.3m-N2m depending on the quality of the wood. While the Return on Investment ranges from N400, 000-N850, 000 depending on the quality of the wood like I mentioned earlier. Buyers request for this wood all over the world from countries like: India, Korea, United States, China e.t.c.
For exporters interested in diversifying their investment to this commodity, we have export contracts available with good terms and conditions. Also, if you are new to AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY EXPORT BUSINESS, we can assist and train you, no matter your distance and location as long as you have any of the following medium: desktop computer,laptop,ipad or smartphone and Internet Connection. For you to enjoy this feature, you must have an online instant messaging (CHAT) account with any of the following providers: facebook,skype e.t.c. With this channel, we can open a tutorial session for you. You will fix an appropriate date and time for the training yourself. Our online training comes with a month  FREE MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME under our umbrella and we will also assist you in setting up your export business for startup.
 Training Cost:          N40,000
Training Duration: 2 Days Training of 3Hours per section.
Note: It's not compulsory for the days to proceed consecutively. You can choose any convenient days.

Thank you for sparing your precious time in reading this report. To make inquiry, contact us with the following information below:

Phone:2348038248222
Mobile:
+2348076000259
E-mail: inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com

To your Success,

Monday, 16 March 2015

CHARCOAL EXPORT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

SPECIAL REPORT ON CHARCOAL PRODUCT EXPORTATION

Tap into the emerging market of non-oil commodity export. It is not only oil that we export in Nigeria, we export commodities. But I must tell you the truth; commodity export is untapped in Nigeria. What is happening now in Nigeria is a kind of revolution, in the sense that government is now reawakening itself to the danger of completely abandoning the non-oil sector. Presently, a lot of commodities are being exported out of Nigeria, like charcoal, Cashew Nuts, Shea Nuts, Cassava Chips, Honey, Kolanuts,Cow Horn e.t.c which is in high demand by international buyers, but we will like to discuss CHARCOAL EXPORTATION in this report.

CHARCOAL EXPORT BUSINESS
Though, one of the nation’s biggest export earner, it cost no fortune to set up and there is no shortage of market overseas. Added to this, one can run it from home.  Given the right mentorship, the business is simple to start and in huge demand that anyone can make money doing it. Germany, Belgium, Greece, the Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Spain, Bulgaria and UK are substantial importers of charcoal. As charcoal is an essential commodity in Africa, it is one of the most important sources of alternative fuel across Europe. Consumption is put at eight million tons of pellets annually. The largest exporters of charcoal in the EU are Poland, France, Holland, Germany and Belgium. They buy and sell to the rest of Europe.
The volume of imported charcoal needed in Europe vary from one country to another. The total level of volume of exports from Nigeria can not satisfy the demand in the European market.  Although the market is served from a number of competitive countries, exports from Nigeria, and other African countries are highly ranked because of the hard nature of the charcoal. European importers prefer charcoal produced from hardwood in Africa which is heavy and strong. Competitors are Malaysia, Indonesia, Brazil and Thailand. The quality of charcoal depends on the wood species. Companies overseas can absorb any volume, that all the companies in Nigeria cannot meet the demand of the European market.
Nigeria has vast forest area that can produce thousand of tonnes of charcoal annually. Though there are charcoal sources in Europe, most of them are made from softwood and are soft and light. Apart from that, they are bad conductors of heat and electricity, and burns without flame.
Today, there is increased usage of charcoal. Besides being the fuel that cooks steaks, hotdogs, and hamburgers, a number of companies have discovered that charcoal can be used in certain metallurgical purifying treatments and as a filter to remove organic compounds such as chlorine, gasoline, pesticides, and other toxic chemicals from water and air.
Nigeria as a nation will benefit from intense activities to boost charcoal export as an economic driver and there is minimum capital needed to establish the business which will stimulate the local economy. The overhead is small and little investment is needed.  If one is starting small, two equipments are needed - a scale and a moisture meter and storage area is needed near the production site.

Very few Nigerians are actually aware and that is why we are initiating our EXECUTIVE ONLINE EXPORT TRAINING PROGRAMME so that we continue to draw more attention to the export potential and the profitability nature of exporting charcoal and other agro-commodities outside Nigeria. That forms the main desire of our outfit in promoting export training to the nook and crannies of Nigeria.
The challenge in this business is building the capacity of the exporters to explore the markets and TOSFAT CONCEPTS is ready to train Entrepreneurs and encourage new ones to export charcoal to the European market.This training is for: Businessmen, Exporters, Investors, C.E.O, Commodities Traders, Export Managers, Government Officials & all result minded people hoping to diversify their investment.
If you are interested in learning about AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT EXPORTING BUSINESS you can sign up for our ONLINE practical export training. We can train you anywhere you are in the world as long as you have any of the following medium: desktop computer,laptop,ipad or smartphone and Internet Connection. For you to enjoy this feature, you must have an online instant messaging (CHAT) account with any of the following providers: facebook,skype e.t.c. With this channel, we can open a tutorial session for you.You will fix an appropriate date and time for the training yourself. Our online training comes with a month  FREE MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME under our umbrella and we will also assist you in setting up your export business for startup.
 Training Cost:          N40,000
Training Duration: 2 Days Training of 3Hours per section.
Note: It's not compulsory for the days to proceed consecutively. You can choose any convenient days.



Thank you for sparing your precious time in reading this report. To make inquiry or payment for any of our services, contact us with the following information below:

Phone: +234 80 38248 222
Mobile:+234 80 76000 259
E-mail: tosfatconcepts@gmail.com

To your Success,
Gbeke Faith    
Chief Consultant

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

CASHEWNUT EXPORT CONTRACT


Price:      USD 900/ton

Quantity: 50 Tons

Payment Term: Letter of Credit

Destination Port: Cat Lai Port, Vietnam


SPECIFICATION

1.       Nut count                         : 195 nuts per kg (max)

2.       Outturn                            : 49lbs per 80 kg (min.) 

3.       Defectives                        : 10% max.

4.       Moisture                          : 10% max.

5.       Foreign matter                : 0.25% max.


For more, inquiry send us a mail to: inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

KOSSO WOOD EXPORT CONTRACT

Below are the details:

Contract 1
Price:
110-120 pieces  : $12,500/20 Feet Container FOB
120 -135 pieces : $11,500/20 Feet Container FOB
Quantity:2  x 20foot Containers 
Payment Term: 100% Document against Payment (Bank to Bank)  
Destination Port: Haiphong port, Vietnam
SPECIFICATION
Dimension: Rough Square log

Measurement:
Thickness        : 25cm to 40cm

Width               : 25cm to 40cm

Length             :  200 -230 cm 

Contract 2

Price: $10,400/20 Feet Container FOB
Payment Term: 90% Document against Payment
                             10%  After Checking of Weight
Destination Port: Haiphong port, Vietnam
SPECIFICATION
Dimension: Rough Square log

Measurement:
Thickness        : 35cm up

Width               : 35cm up

Length             :  200cm

If you are interested in this contract, send us a mail to:inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com, tosfatconcepts@gmail.com or call: 2348038248222