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Desccicated coconut : Project Feasibility

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  1. 1. Presentation by Primary Information Services www.primaryinfo.com mailto:primaryinfo@gmail.com
  2. 2. Coconut Processing
  3. 3. Desiccated coconut processing Machinery Nut Counter Deshelling Machine Pre Cutter (Decapping Machine) Screw Conveyor Desiccated Coconut Cutter / Desiccated Coconut Grinder Vibratory Fluid Bed Dryer Steam Blancher Vibratory Cooling Table Grading Machine
  4. 4. Market Scenario Europe is a large importing region for desiccated coconut, accounting for a 30% share of the world’s total imports, followed by the United States of America (10%), Singapore (8%) and the Russian Federation (4%). European imports of desiccated coconut are relatively stable. Since 2016, they have slightly decreased in quantity (by 0.6% annually) and in value (by 2% annually). The European market for desiccated coconut Three countries have a share of more than 50% of total imports. The Netherlands was the leading importer in Europe (27% import share) in 2020, followed by Germany (17%), the United Kingdom (13%), Poland (8%) and France (6%). The Netherlands: the largest importer, consumer and re-exporter of desiccated coconut he Netherlands is Europe’s largest and the world’s second-largest importer of desiccated coconut. The country’s desiccated coconut imports of 32 thousand tonnes, worth almost €50 million, account for 27% of European imports. Over the last five years, the Dutch average annual import growth rate - in quantity - was 14%. Until 2019, Dutch imports of desiccated coconut showed steady growth to the current level, but they remained relatively stable in 2020. This was due to unstable supply influenced by the COVID-19 crisis.

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