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Learn How To Export Hardwood Charcoal From Nigeria
Dec 31 2016 • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Until the late 1970’s when hydrocarbon was discovered in commercial quantity in Oloibiri, present day Bayelsa state, Agriculture remained the mainstay of the economy contributing over 90% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the country as against the less than 40% it now contributes with crop production accounting for an estimated 85%, livestock 10% and the balance made up by fisheries and forestry.
Any nation that requires economic development must look inwards to identify areas where it has comparative advantage over other nations and seek to develop the identified areas.
Apart from hydrocarbon, Nigeria has comparative in the Agricultural sector where a variety of products are produced due to the favorable climatic condition ,good soil condition and the fact that over 70% of the entire land mass of the country is arable.
Nigeria has comparative advantage in the production and export of hardwood charcoal in Africa over her counterparts due to the large arable land available for production and the conducive climatic condition.
The cry for alternative energy sources has put charcoal in the forefront of the global market. A large market exists in Europe and Asia with prices ranging from $170 to $300 per MT depending on the mode of packaging. The charcoal production industry is a multi-billion dollar industry and a money spinner for investors.
The United Kingdom alone imports over 70,000 MT of charcoal annually, out of which about 70% is sourced from Africa, Nigeria inclusive.
Other European countries and Asia are also net importers of hardwood charcoal. There is deficit in supply due to the rising need for renewable energy in the world.
The return on investment on the export of hardwood charcoal ranges from 10% to 20%.
Benefits of the training:
After attending our seminar, the attendee would be able to identify hardwood charcoal. They would be able know where to source and sell the commodity.
The financial and market analysis would be known by the attendee.
Every attendee would be given free feasibility report on the export of the commodity.
Participants would be able to idenfity the product vis-a-vis the composition. Understand sales and purchase contract negotiations and return on investment.
Intending Exporter, Small and medium scale investors, traders, importers, exporters, co-operative societies and investment house.
61-65 Egbe- Isolo Road, Iyana Ejigbo Shopping Arcade, Block C, Suit 39, Iyana Ejigbo Bus Stop, Ejigbo, Lagos.
N 30,000 (Thirty Thousand Naira)
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