COIRFED Kerala State Co-operative coir marketing federation ltd
COIRFED Kerala State Co-operative coir marketing federation ltdhttp://www.coirfed.com/COIRFED Kerala State Co-operative coir marketing federation ltd Kerala, since the of time has been a land blessed with the bounty of coconuts. And coir, produced from the husks of coconuts, has made it an invaluable treasure of the land. A true product of Kerala, it's magical textures and natural properties are brought to life in the hands of master craftsmen. Finding it a ready market in the farthest corners of the world. in the process, nurturing and nourishing a craftsmanship that evolved over the years. Providing gainful employment to 4 lakh directly and as many as 20 lakh indirectly. JAMES DARRAGH, British Visionary started the first Mechanised Coir Factory Based in the Coir capital, Alappuzha, coirfed is the apex federation of 600 odd Coir co-operatives. A string of Regional Offices and national network of over 100 showrooms ensures that for the lovers of things natural and beautiful, Coir products are within the reach. And it's Fair Pricing policy has made it even more so.
Coirfed plays a stellar role in finding markets as yet untapped and promoting new business opportunities. A wide range of coir products are exported to the highly quality conscious markets of European Union, the United States and so on. Coir is not just a natural product. It has some winning advantages too. It is biodegradable, environment friendly and echo proof. It helps to retain the natural warmth of the body; the touch of Coir fibre on the soles of the feet improves blood circulation too. And of course, Coir products lasts very long.Agriculture GovernmentDec 15, 2006
Coconut Development Board (CDB) is a statutory body established under the Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India for the integrated development of coconut cultivation and industry in the country with focus on productivity increase and product diversification.Coconut Development Board is a statutory body established by the Government of India for the integrated development of coconut production and utilization in the country with focus on productivity increase and product diversification. The Board which came into existence on 12th January 1981, functions under the administrative control of the Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, with its Headquarters at Kochi in Kerala and Regional Offices at Bangalore in Karnataka, Chennai in Tamil Nadu and Patna in Bihar. There are six State Centres situated Bhubaneswar in Orissa, Calcutta in West Bengal, Guwahati in Assam, Agartala in Tripura and Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh and Port Blair in the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The Board has established 9 DSP Farms in different locations of the country and now 8 farms are maintained.Adopting measures for the development of coconut industry, inter alia.Imparting technical advice to those engaged in coconut cultivation and industry.Providing financial and other assistance for the expansion of area under coconut.Encouraging adoption of modern technologies for processing of coconut and its products.Adopting measures to get incentive prices for coconut and its products.Recommending measures for improving marketing of coconut and its products.Recommending measures for regulating imports and exports of coconut and its products.Fixing grades, specifications and standards for coconut and its products.Financing suitable schemes to increase the production of coconut and to improve the quality and yield of coconut.
This unit implements the various schemes proposed by the central and state governments for soil conservation. Land development and soil conservation are the main responsibilities of this unit. The state schemes are now being entrusted on the district panchayaths as a part of the Democratic Decentralization. Some of the important schemes of the soil conservation unit includes the National Watershed Development Project for the Rainfed Areas, Kundah River Project etc.‘Keralakarshakan’ is a prestigious fortnightly farm journal published by the Bureau. The Bureau is associated with the broadcasting of agriculture news by AIR. ‘Farm Guide’ is a prestigious annual publication of the bureau. Besides these things the Bureau prepares and distributes leaflets, booklets etc containing vital agricultural informations. In association with the state library council, the bureau is implementing an ‘Agricultural Book Corner Programme’ which aims at distributing the agriculture related publications of the Kerala Bhasha Institute to the libraries at one-third price. The Bureau is in possession of the most modern communication aids. It plays an appreciable role in providing comprehensive informations required for the extension and developmental aspects of Kerala’s agriculture.