Highlights of coffee exports for financial year 2006 AND 07
Date : 09 Apr 2007
Location : New Delhi
wise, the permits issued for coffee exports in FY-2006-07 is the highest ever
(2,58,546 tonnes) surpassing the previous best of 2,46,908 tonnes of actual
exports in 2000-01.
export volume of 2,58,546 tonnes, includes 29052 tonnes of re-exports.
issued for re-exports in 2006-07 compared to 34813 MTs of actual re-exports in
2005-06 (less by 5761 tonnes or 16%)
unit value realization for all types of coffees exported in green bean
equivalent in 2006-07 is Rs 79895 per tonne and is the highest for the past
eight years i.e. since 1999-2000.
As on date,
confirmation of exports in 2006-07 is for 221421 tonnes for which foreign
exchange earnings realized is US $ 395.04 million or Rs.1769 crores.
Already, the current financial year’s export earnings is the highest for the
past 8 years i.e. since 1999-2000. When the remaining confirmations come,
it is expected that, the total export earnings will corss Rs.2000 crores for
Federation and Germany are the top three importing countries of coffee from
India in 2006-07. Belgium emerged as the fourth biggest importer of coffee
from India for the first time.
The permits for
export of Indian coffee alone in 2006-07 is 229495 tonnes compared to 168161
tonnes in 2005-06 (Actual exports = 165230 tonnes)