To produce, process and
export top quality Ethiopian green coffee beans in a sustainable way to the specialty and high commercial coffee
To be one of the
leading coffee producers, processors and exporters in the country customers trust on quality, traceability
& quality consistency.Business philosophy:
1. Inclusive growth - Growing
with the local communities.
- 2. Supply chain
integration with stakeholders with similar business objectives and philosophies.
Establishment and corporate development
Coffee export: We joined the coffee industry
in December 2010 G.C, through establishing the Almaz Seyoum Beyene coffee exporting
company. This is our business entity (a sister company) that focuses on purchasing
Arabica coffee from the ECX & export it to
different parts of the world. Before this the company has been working on
washed and natural coffee by constructing a washing station and dry mill by the
year 2007 G.C.
Coffee farming: To further increase our involvement in the coffee value chain, we
151 Ha of coffee farm land in Shakiso district, Guji
zone, where the natural environment was found
favorable and ideal for the production of high quality coffee with unique
flavors and aromas.
Our strategy: is to integrate small scale
coffee farmers into our business as out-growers. This
helps us to achieve the
1. To increase our specialty
coffee supply capacity
2. To pay a premium price to
the small holder farmers
3. To include the small holders into
our sustainable coffee programs
Corporate Name: DIMTU COFFEE INDUSTRY P.L.C
Foundation: 2007 G.C
Major Activity: Purchasing,
Processing & Exporting of Ethiopian Arabica Specialty coffee
Coffee Type: our organization
is involved in exporting Guji Grade 1, Grade 3 & 4 coffee (Sidamo).
Trends in Net Sales: Through Hambela site 240 tons of coffee
is supplied to ECX annually, the
company has exported 56 tons in the year 2016 and a capacity to improve its
product in 2017.
Capital: 60,000,000 ETB
has a well structured organization & management system. Employing &
supporting more than 600 workers during harvesting season including Dimtu