Processing and Trading

Processing Plant

"Processing Towards the Finest Quality Coffee"

The processing of our coffee beans takes place in modern plants and upholds international standards of quality. However, we rather combine traditional methods with advanced technologies while catering to the global market, to sustain the distinctive characteristics of Indonesia’s finest coffee.

Our processing is subject to rigorous control, in accordance to the US Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) and other international standards. The following sections will tell you how do we process our coffee beans:

Drying I
The first step in the process is drying. Drying will reduce water content of coffee beans. To keep the coffee beans as natural and fresh as possible we dry them under the sun. When the water content of coffee beans reaches certain level, coffee beans are ready for hulling.

Using a modern huller machine, coffee beans are hulled to remove chaffs from the beans. This process produces fresh coffee beans. At this time, we have a clean fresh coffee beans. However the water content is still not optimal. The next step is to sun dry the coffee beans again.

Drying II
To further reduce the water content of the coffee beans to reach the optimal level (moisture content max. 13%), clean, and fresh coffee beans are carefully spread out under the sun again.

Sutton Machine
Screening is process to separate bad coffee beans from good ones. This process is done by sutton machine that separates bad coffee beans from good ones based on the weight of coffee bean. Lesser coffee beans are slightly lesser in weight than the top ones that we reserve for your convenience.

Diameter Screening
This process filters coffee beans based on its diameter. This process is done by a sieve machine.

Manual Sorting
At this point, previous processes have produced good, clean coffee beans sorted by its diameter. To further enhance the quality of the coffee beans, we use labor to manualy pick up defect coffee beans.

Last but not less important process is packaging. We are aware of the importance of packaging to keep the quality of the coffee beans. We pack our coffee beans in jute bags and store it in our warehouse. At this point coffee beans are ready for export.



"Export to 30 Countries Around the Globe, and Still Counting"

Growing within the changing landscape of the global coffee industry, Coffindo has been developing our export business by widening our assortment of coffee varieties, ranging from the finest Arabica coffees of Sumatra, to those of Java, Bali, Flores, Sulawesi, and Papua, as well as Robusta coffee from Sumatra.

While satisfying demands for wider choices, we have also increased our level of services. The result is that our customer base has been growing continuously, reaching today to more than 19,914 buyers in around 30 countries all around the world, providing a considerable presence in, among others, the USA, Europe, Asia, Middle East and Australia.

Still, we continue to look for opportunities to further enhance our business in export. We pay attention to the current situation of International standard of coffee quality. Our export activities are executed by appropriate assistance in planning and selling. We innovate and implement our service with the goal of becoming one stop solution for Indonesian coffee and being the finest Indonesia coffee source.



"Continuing Trading as our Roots"

We implement highly ethical standards of commerce throughout our trading activities, with principles of fairness, transparency, accountability, and sustainability being upheld.

From the west of Indonesia, we source the varieties of Aceh Gayo, Sumatra, Mandheling, Lintong, Sidikalang, Lampung, and Java Preanger.

In the central part of Indonesia, we are sourcing Balinese coffee; while in the eastern part we source Sulawesi Toraja, Sulawesi Kalosi, and Flores coffee.

We keep continuing trading activity as our company’s business root. Based on our principles of trading, we will keep on striving to select and source coffee beans that are grown in sustainable plantations all across Indonesia.