Since the early twentieth century, coffee production has been a major source of income for Vietnam. The Vietnamese coffee industry developed through the plantation system after being introduced by the French in 1857, becoming a major economic force in the country. After a brief halt during and immediately after the Vietnam War, production resumed following I mi economic reforms, placing coffee second only to rice in terms of the value of agricultural products exported from Vietnam.
1. Vietnam Coffee Exporter for the global partners (Vietnamese coffee)
Helena international JSC was established in 2016. After more than many years of development, we are becoming one of the best reputation enterprises in coffee production and export in Vietnam. Currently, Our products are being exported and consumed in more than five countries and regions like China, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, and the USA worldwide.
2. The quality of coffee is the guideline for our business (coffee exports)
In every stage, from harvesting, production, packing, and transporting to distribution, highly trained technicians are under constant supervision to ensure only the best quality products are distributed to customers.
Striving for a consistent and sustainable development strategy, our company is applying an integrated production system from farming to processing, exporting, and ensuring international standards of production conditions.
We supply coffee depending on your demands, such as quality and quantity levels of coffee, types, and prices.
Also, We are located in Buon Ma Thuot city. The Central Highlands with a high quantity of Robusta coffee every year, so we can provide Robusta coffee with a massive order in a short time.
Besides that, Buon Ma Thuot City is Vietnam’s coffee-growing heartland; we are processors and exporters of premium-quality Robusta coffee and Arabica coffee. We have established strong, long-term relations with our farmers, the land, and customers alike.
Vietnam ranked 2nd coffee exporter in the world (Robusta and Arabica)
Vietnam coffee production is one of six export items worth more than 3 billion USD per year, alongside high-value products such as wood and wood products, seafood, cashew nuts, rice, vegetables, rubber, and so on. These products are at the top of the agricultural and rural development sectors in terms of export value. Despite the complicated development of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, Vietnam’s coffee exports brought in more than 3 billion USD, contributing to the overall growth of Vietnam’s commodity exports.
According to Mr. Nguyen Nam Hai, Standing Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa), Vietnam is the world’s second-largest coffee exporter, accounting for 8.3 percent of the global coffee export market. Europe (EU), the United States (US), Russia, Japan, and the United Kingdom (UK) are Vietnam’s primary coffee export markets. Vietnam is the EU’s second-largest coffee supplier, trailing only Brazil (22.2 percent), with a 16.1 percent market share in volume. In particular, the rapid increase in world coffee prices in 2021 has helped Vietnamese businesses earn a very positive export turnover, despite the fact that the volume of exported coffee has decreased.
Statistics show that, despite ranking second in global exports, Vietnamese coffee is at a disadvantage because it is less focused on deep processing, primarily exporting raw coffee with low added value. According to Vicofa, the average price of a ton of processed coffee is nearly $3,600 USD/ton, while green coffee on the floor is only about $2,400 USD/ton.
Due to the retraction calculation, Vietnamese enterprises have recognized this and are promoting post-processing rather than the costly and risky export of green coffee. Currently, roasted and ground coffee exports account for 9.1 percent of the market share, creating numerous opportunities and prospects for the coffee industry as Vietnam expands its international market penetration through free trade agreements such as CPTPP and EVFTA. The EU is the largest coffee consuming market, accounting for 40% of total volume and 38% of total export turnover, followed by Southeast Asia (13%). Vietnamese coffee, in particular, has accounted for more than 30% of total coffee imports into China’s most populous market.
3. (Coffee export) The commitment of Helena., JSC
We undertake the following:
• Your quality requirements unlimited
• Guaranteed timely delivery
• Renowned excellency and expertise
This commitment helps us to be successful in our business in every project. More than many years of exporting agricultural products, we are proud to bring international friends the clean and elite products of Vietnamese agriculture.
Besides implementing the goal of leading the Vietnam coffee export processing market based on the principle of “Quality – Prestige – Efficiency,” we have been continuously making efforts to keep up with the increasing requirements of the market and to contribute to raising the brand value of Vietnamese agricultural products in the world.