Coconut Coir Products (www.coirproducts.co.uk) supplies a range of coir-based products that can help with landscaping, erosion control, ground maintenance, and geotechnical as well as gardening, greenhouse, and nursery needs. All our coir products are natural, 100% biodegradable and completely eco-friendly.
The products we supply are manufactured by our partner organisations in South Asia.
Coconut Coir Products (www.coirproducts.co.uk) quality and assurance team focuses on ensuring the production of high quality coir products under our brand (in bulk/B2B). Our products can be customised to meet the specific requirements of the client.
At Coconut Coir Products (www.coirproducts.co.uk), we believe in and ensure that ethical business practices are followed. This means that our products, while being environmentally sustainable, are also produced in a way that employs ethical labour practices. When you buy from us, not only are you contributing to the betterment of the environment, you are also helping us carry out a business that gives each person involved in the process the right value for their skilled labour. In addition, the partnered manufacturers and suppliers of Coconut Coir Products (www.coirproducts.co.uk) value the same ethical business practices we follow, and we are directly involved in ensuring proper ethical standards are maintained.
We communicate with our customers and partners honestly, fairly and openly, providing competitive pricing, guaranteeing timely delivery, and ensuring our products meet the highest industry standards. At the core of our business culture is respect for our employees and customers, with every business decision made with utmost concern and care for people and the environment.
WHAT DOES THE COIR MARKET LOOK LIKE?
Coir is a natural fibre that is 100% biodegradable. It is extracted from the husk of the coconut, and is the fibrous material that is found between the hard-inner shell of the coconut and the outer coating of it. Coir is native to the Asia Pacific region, especially India and Sri Lanka, where coconut is produced in large quantities for exporting globally. Currently, the global annual production of coir is approximated at 650,000 tonnes.
India produces around 60% of the world’s supply of coir fibre, while Sri Lanka produces 36%. In the recent past, countries such as Mexico, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Caribbean Islands have also started producing coir to the global market on a large scale.