Wednesday, 26 August 2015

DOUSSI,BUBINGA AND PADOUK EXPORT CONTRACT

We have buyer available for the following woods. If you can supply them contact us immediately and send us the pictures of your product.
 
1)Bubinga and Padouk round log.
Specification: Diameter minimum 1.5 meters up.
Target price is not determined yet. (Contact us with your price)
Quantity:Minimum one container or one single big log.
You can supply in sawnwood if you can not supply in a single log.

2)Doussie  Square log.
Specification:32 pcs/20f ft container
Tonnage:       26 Metric ton
Target price:  USD11,500/container CIF to Bangkok Port,Thailand.
Quantity:       Minimum one container.
 
Payment: 100% LC or TT is immediately paid after buyer has seen the picture and received BL.
 
Send us a mail to : inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com
 
Best regards,
 
Gbeke Faith
Chief Consultant
TOSFAT Concepts

Monday, 24 August 2015

LUCRATIVE INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY IMPORT BUSINESS

Are you living in America,Europe,Asia,Austria,Australian countries and looking for a new and profitable business to invest in? Try Importation of Agricultural commodities from Africa. Africa is blessed with a lot of agricultural commodities that is beneficial  to the whole world and the beauty of it is, this commodities are cheaper to buy in Africa and resell at a higher price in other continent of the world. Each industries and end users are seriously in need of agricultural products from Africa.I will discuss a few commodities below and their usefulness.

1. Shea Nut: Shea nuts are primarily grown in West and Central Africa in the semi-arid Sahel,referred to by traders as the "Shea Belt". Vitellaria paradoxa and Vitellaria nilotica are the two main varieties. Vitellaria paradoxa is exported in the largest volume and grows throughout the West African region. The major producing countries are: Nigeria, Togo, Benin, Ghana, Uganda, Mali, Burkina Faso and Central African Republic. Nigeria is currently the leading producer of Sheanut in the world and in 2004 Nigeria's production of the commodity was 414,000 metric tonnes with export value of US$61.04 million (Source: FAO). The major usefulness of shea nut is the oil content which is the most crucial element of the shea nut as that component is an important ingredient in the composition of the butter that goes into Cocoa Butter Equivalents and other by-products. Shea Nut is a profitable commodity,if you are importing it to Europe, especially Sweden,Denmark and UK. Also, the Japanese market is a high selling point for Shea Nut.

2. Shea Butter: Shea butter is a slightly yellowish or ivory colored natural fat extracted from Shea Nut (the nut discussed above). The name 'Shea Butter' is a short form of 'Shea nut Butter'.The tree is also called "The Karite tree",in most french speaking countries which means 'the tree of life'. It is called this name because of the numerous healing characteristics it possesses.  Shea Butter business is a lucrative business in America and Europe. Industrially, shea butter is used in cosmetics production of moisturizer creams, emulsions, hair conditioners and other cosmetic products. It is also used in soap making, substitute for cocoa butter equivalent (CBE) in the confectionery industry, pharmaceutical industries because of it's healing properties,plastic industry and  energy industry.

3.Hardwood Charcoal and by Products: Hardwood charcoal is a residual substance produced from the process of pyrolis which involve burning of Hardwoods. This commodity is one of the earliest form of energy throughout the world.Today, it is still used in Restaurants across the world. It is also used for grilling,metallurgical purifying treatments, filter to remove organic compounds such as chlorine, gasoline, pesticides, and other toxic chemicals from water and air. If you are in Asia, Europe, America, Australia and Austria, This is one of the commodity you should think on investing in. Other by products of Hardwood Charcoal are: Charcoal Sticks, Charcoal Powder e.t.c.

4.Sesame Seed: Sesame is an ancient oilseed with the botanical name (Sesamun indicum), it is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. It is often called beni seed in some part of Nigeria and Africa. Sesame seeds are small, one thousand of it weigh about one ounce. Sesame seed can be classified into three types: White Sesame, Black Sesame and Brown Sesame Seeds. Investing in sesame seed import is quite interesting because of the profit. Pharmaceutical Companies, Chemical Companies, Food Processing Companies, Animal Feed Companies are in need of this seed because of its rich oil content. About 65 percent of the annual sesame crop is processed into oil and 35 percent is used in food.Sesame seed import is profitable in the United States, United Kingdom, South Korea, India, China.Nigeria is the second largest producer of sesame seed in Africa, and ranking seventh in the World, with an estimated production of 120,000 metric tones annually and produces only the white and brown type. Check around industries we mentioned above in your country and you can start importing at a cheaper price from Africa and selling at a profitable price in your country.

5.African Woods: There are variety of woods in Africa used in Asia, America, Europe and other continents for furniture, House Building, Flooring, Paneling, Medicine and other purposes. If you are from Vietnam, China, Malaysia,Singapore and other Asian countries, Kosso Wood, Tali Wood,Doussi Wood and Obeche will be profitable woods for you to import and make higher gain.

6. Cashew Nut:Cashew (Anacardium Occidentale L.) is a tree crop of considerable economic importance to Nigeria and other tropical countries.It is normally pronounced as "Kaju" in some french speaking countries. Cashew nut is a popular snack, and its rich flavor means that it is often eaten on its own, lightly salted or sugared. In addition to this, cashew nutshell liquid (CNSL), a by-product of processing cashew, is mostly composed of anacardic acids. These acids have been used effectively against tooth abscesses due to their lethality to bacteria. Cashew Nut importing business is lucrative if you are importing from India, Singapore, Some part of Europe and America.

Other agricultural commodities you can start importing into your country for higher profit are: Ginger, Hibiscus flower, Gum Arabic, Garlic, Groundnut/Pea Nut, Yam, Cocoa, Coffee, Soya Beans, Rubber, Jatropha Seed e.t.c. Nigeria supplies most of the commodities listed above with good quality and according to specification . The problem is finding a good and trust-worthy supplier. At TOSFAT Concepts, we are ready to solve this problem for you with our INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIER SOLUTION SERVICE. If you are interested in this service, send us a mail to: inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com with the subject heading "PROCEDURES". We will reply you by sending the procedures you will take to enjoy this service.

This article is  culled from our e-book, "LUCRATIVE INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY IMPORT BUSINESS". If you are interested in the e-book which contains full information on this topic. Send us a mail to: inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com for payment information. The price is $310.

Watch out for more informative and interesting post from us.

To your success
Gbeke Faith
Chief Consultant
TOSFAT Concepts
+2348076000259
Skype:tosfatconcepts1



Friday, 21 August 2015

HOW TO START AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY EXPORT BUSINESS

Below are the steps you must take in starting agricultural commodity export business:

1. The prospective exporter must incorporate his company and subsequently register with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC). There are some special products that still need registration with bodies like: NAFDAC, SON, FIIRO e.t.c.
2. Open a corporate domiciliary account (USD/EURO/POUNDS) with which your company can repatriate export proceed (payments).
3. Gathers information as it concerns the source for the procurement of the commodity intended for export. You should try as much as possible to gather the export market requirement of the commodity for export. Exporter must ensure that the product is available in large quantity such that it would meet the minimum order that could be requested by buyer (importer). At this stage the services of an export consultant would be both valuable and indispensable because of the pitfalls it would save the new exporter from falling into.
4. Get the buyer of the commodity of your interest. If you are having difficulty with that, you can order for our e-book on the commodity of your interest. We have created various special e-books on most of the exportable commodities in Nigeria and you can find the direct contact information of buyers for the commodity of your interest in the e-book.Kindly inform on the commodity of your interest and we will let you know how you can get our e-book on it.This e-book contain important investigation reports that will guide you in your export carer.
5. Investigate importer’s genuineness. You can learn how to do this from our Online Training Programme or e-book.
6. Conclude an export contract with the importer using a secured and confirmed method of payment.
7. Approach your bank and opens NXP for the transaction by collecting form NXP.
8. Source for the commodity you are exporting from the local producing areas.
9. On completion of the local sourcing, your freight forwarder arranges for transport and containerization of goods.
10. Loaded container is dropped at the shipping terminal for subsequent shipment.
11. Upon sailing of carrier vessel, shipping line issues the seller with a debit note. Seller obtains bill of lading from shipping line after payment of charges as indicated in the debit note.
12. Seller deposits shipping documents with the receiving/ collecting bank that subsequently sends them to buyer’s bank for remitting of export proceeds.
Variety of scenario might happen in step 11 and 12, depending on the contract agreement between the buyer and the seller.It is important to supply according to the agreement reached with your buyer. The product must be the correct quantity and quality.
 
To start this business, you will need guidance in order not to burn your finger. Knowledge is very important in this business and not only capital for the business. You can subscribe to our 2 days online training programme or order for any of our e-books on COMPREHENSIVE PRACTICAL REPORT about the commodity of your interest and we will also give you a month FREE mentorship service through our E-consult Online Consulting Programme. You can visit our website: www. tosfatconcepts.com  for more information on our consulting programme.

we wish you well in your business pursuit!!!

To your success,
Gbeke Faith
Chief Consultant
E-mail:inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com
Phone: +2348076000259

PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS AS A LOCAL PRODUCER OF AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY

As a local producer of agricultural commodity, you need to increase your sales by promoting your business. Most local producers concentrate on producing alone and leave the marketing aspect out of it. They depend on luck to get buyers for their product. It is important for you to let the world know about your business. Exporters are always in serious need of connecting with local producers of quality commodity.

Are you a local producer of: Shea Butter, Shea Nut, Hardwood Charcoal, Charcoal Briquette, Charcoal Stick, Charcoal Powder, Coffee, Gum Arabic, Ginger, Hibiscus Flower, Ground Nut, Melon,Garlic, Sesame Seeds, Yam, Cassava,Wood? promote your business by subscribing to our ONLINE ADVERT SERVICE. With this service, exporters will find you on their own and you will start receiving phone calls on inquiries from exporters all over Nigeria.We will display your Name, Company Name,Address, Phone Number and E-mail Address on our blog  which exporters always visit frequently.

To subscribe to this service, kindly send a mail to: inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com with the subject, "ONLINE ADVERT SERVICE" and we will send you the current price we are charging for this service. This service will be of immense benefit for your business. Try it today!

To your success,
Gbeke Faith
Chief Consultant
TOSFAT Concepts

Tuesday, 11 August 2015

AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY EXPORT SEASONS

Agricultural commodity export business operate most time on seasons. It is important for you to understand the seasons for you to be successful in this business. Below are the seasons for each agricultural commodity export:

Ginger: November-May
Sesame Seed: November-Febuary
Hibiscus: November-February
Shea Nuts: January-October
Gum Arabic: October-June
Groundnut: August-September
Cashew Nuts: January-May
Garlic: July-August
Yam: August-December
Soya Beans: September-October
Cocoa
Main Crop: September-January
Mid Crop: April-June
Rubber: October-April
Coffee: November-March

To learn more about agricultural commodity export business, you can send us an inquiry to: inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com

Monday, 10 August 2015

SPECIAL REPORT ON KOSSO WOOD EXPORTATION BUSINESS



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.
 
Therefore, if you are interested in starting Kosso Wood Export Business, you can 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. This e-book features the following:
  • Important information on export business including pictorial illustrations
  • Detailed information on Local Sourcing of Kosso wood
  • Detailed information on quality and specification issues
  • Full Contact information of Buyers
  • Detailed information on how to negotiate with your 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 through our e-consult consulting service whenever you are ready to start your business. This special e-book cost N60,000 only and it will be sent to your e-mail immediately we confirm your payment.To get payment information,  send us a mail to: etraining@tosfatconcepts.com with the subject "PAYMENT INFORMATION REQUEST" and also indicate in the body of the message, your name,phone number and the e-mail address you want us to send your e-book.


To your Success,
 
 
Gbeke Faith    
Chief Consultant 
TOSFAT Concepts

SPECIAL REPORT ON HARDWOOD CHARCOAL EXPORTATION BUSINESS

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 yet 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, Shea Butter, Rubber, 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.

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. 
Therefore, if you are interested in starting Hardwood Charcoal Export Business, you can 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 how to negotiate with your 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 through our e-consult consulting service whenever you are ready to start your business. This special e-book cost N60,000 only and it will be sent to your e-mail immediately we confirm your payment.To get payment information,  send us a mail to: etraining@tosfatconcepts.com with the subject "PAYMENT INFORMATION REQUEST" and also indicate in the body of the message, your name,phone number and the e-mail address you want us to send your e-book.


To your Success,
Gbeke Faith    
Chief Consultant 
TOSFAT Concepts

Monday, 3 August 2015

AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY EXPORT CONTRACT

If you need export contract for any of the following commodities: Garlic,Shea Nut, Shea Butter, Hardwood Charcoal,Ginger,Sesame Seed,Hibiscus Flower,Yam,Soya Beans,Coffee,Rubber and Groundnut/Peanuts.Provide us the following information:
1. Detailed information on your product and your company
2. Picture of your product
3. Your best price (FOB)
4. Your company contact information
Send this information to: inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com and we will notify you immediately when your export contract is available.

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

KOSSO WOOD EXPORT OPPORTUNITY

Kosso wood export contract is available for exporters who can meet up with the following specifications:

Size: 200cm Long
Shape: Square
Pieces: 110-120pieces/20 feet Container
Additional Information: It must be straight,with no bark,branch,decay,sap and pest.
Exporters who can meet up with this criteria should send us their C&F,Haigphong Port, Vietnam price and also send loading pictures to tosfatconcepts@gmail.com

Best Regards

HOW LOCAL PRODUCERS OF AGRO COMMODITIES CAN MAXIMIZE THEIR PROFITS


As a local producer of agricultural commodities e.g. Hardwood Charcoal, Shea Nut, Groundnut, Cashew Nut, Shea Butter, Ginger, Garlic, Kosso Wood e.t.c , it is important for you to maximize profit  from your sales. I will be discussing various ways by which you can maximize your profits and be different from other producers.

Most agricultural commodities producers makes little profit but believes they are making good profits because of their lack of exposure, probably because most producers stays in the rural/remote area. You can increase your profits by following these steps to create a unique selling point:

1.Improve your Commodity Quality: Improving your product quality is of paramount importance if you are interested in raking in more money. You have to know the general international specifications for your product and tailor your commodity to the specification. With this, you will enjoy more patronage from exporters and domestic users of your commodity.

2. Improve your Commodity Packaging: Packaging is of utmost importance in every business. Use new and beautiful materials in packaging your commodity. Also, package strictly to your buyer's specification. If your packaging  is okay, more exporters and local buyers will be interested in patronizing you.

3. Maintain Good Business Relationship: Most local producers or sellers, do not learn to maintain relationships. Some believe in a one time business transaction. Your attitude to your buyer is very important, it is what will guarantee his return or giving you business referrals. There is a saying that, "your attitude will determine your altitude".

4. Be Exposed: You need to be aware of various happenings in your industry. It is also important to seek more knowledge by attending various workshops organized by government/private bodies about your commodity of interest.Some government bodies organizing workshops are: FIIRO, IITA, CRIN, FRIN e.t.c.You also need to advertise your commodity online to generate more local buyers.

There are lots of other methods to increase your sales which we will be discussing later. I assure you that if you follow this advise, you will be smiling to your bank at the end of the day.

For those interested in subscribing to our Online Advert Service, it's simple. Kindly send a mail to: inquiries@tosfatconcepts.com with the subject, "ONLINE ADVERT SERVICE" and we will send you the current price we are charging for this service. This service will be of immense benefit for your business

To your success,

Gbeke Faith
Chief Consultant
TOSFAT Concepts