A Saudi Arabia base Importer-Investor just requested a comprehensive Feasibility Study
A Saudi Arabia base Importer-Investor just requested a comprehensive Feasibility Study
Thank you for the opportunity. My latest request for Feasibility Study and Business Plan was again Moringa Cultivation and Processing (“Malungay”) – from Tanzania. Since 2010, I was able to help. Around 80%+ of those who requested are from Africa, minimal from Asia (Independently). This was done independently.
Around January of 2018 when a former co-employee approached me. To cut the long story short, I was offered a freelance architectural design design job… I accepted. It took me some time to finish because the requesting party change his mind on some details in many instances.
Now it is halfway finish and I saw how my drawing slowly but surely turned into reality. I did not just satisfy my client, I also satisfy the building permit approving city officer. I guess my background in advertising design and corporate engineering became very useful because my design was obviously more clear and detailed compare to what other licensed architects are doing, And having a teachable attitude somehow help me improve my woI rk.
I did all the Title Block inclusive of structural, electrical, plumbing and sanitary plan. And it did not end there. It pass through evaluation, approval and fees to be paid. Below photos shows that the drawing became a reality. Believe it or not, I was even ask to report daily for months for the construction and supplies supervision.
Incidentally, I got the attention of the Engineer owner. He gave me two more projects that I am both finishing at the moment. It is supposedly finish already but the owner has change his directions on the plan so revisions are done once in a while.
I am willing to accept freelance drafting work if there is an opportunity. I just need the basic instruction and needed data. Rest assured it will be less costly. I can be reached through my email: email@example.com
There are currently seven (7) commercial varieties of papaya sold for human consumption in the Philippines:
The “solo” variety is the typical for export. The solo papaya is a smaller variety compared to other papayas. The skin of the solo papaya is thin and yellow. The orange flesh of the solo papaya is deliciously sweet. There are small black seeds in the middle of the fruit. It was named ‘Solo’ in 1919 and by 1936 was the only commercial papaya in Hawaii. ‘Solo’ produces no male plants; just female (with round, shallowly furrowed fruits) and bisexual (with pear-shaped fruits) in equal proportions. The fruits weigh 1.1 to 2.2 lbs (1/2-1 kg) and are of excellent quality. When the fruit is fully ripe the thin skin is orange-yellow and the flesh golden-orange and very sweet.
Papaya ASEAN Standard (parameters):
Further Export Info:
Export Procedure: Our Forwarder handles the processing (shipping documents: Bill of Lading/Seaway Bill, Phytosanitary Certificate, Form E/Certificate of Origin, Packing List, Proforma Invoice)
The peduncle (meaning: stalk bearing a flower or fruit, or the main stalk of an inflorescence), if present, should not exceed a length of 3cm.
Papayas are carefully picked and have reached an appropriate degree of development account being taken of the characteristics of the variety and/or commercial type and to the area in which they are grown.
Some of the top known health benefits of Papaya.
1. Helps in weight loss
Papaya contains fiber and clears bowel movement making one’s desire to loose weight easier.
2. Lowers cholesterol
Papaya is rich in fiber, antioxidants and Vitamin C which prevent cholesterol build up in your arteries.
3. Boosts your immunity
4. Good for diabetics
Papaya is an excellent food option for diabetics as it has a low-sugar content even though it is sweet to taste. The more you eat papaya, the less chance one acquire diabetes (for those who don’t have it yet). Prevention is better than cure.
5. Great for your eyes
Papaya is rich in Vitamin A (good for eye sight) which helps protect your vision from degenerating.
6. Protects against arthritis
Papayas are good for the bones as they have anti-inflammatory properties along with Vitamin C which helps in keeping various forms of arthritis at bay. People who consumed foods low in Vitamin C were three times more likely to have arthritis than those who didn’t.
7. Improves digestion
Papaya contians digestive enzyme known as “papain” along with fibre which helps improve your digestive health.
8. Helps ease menstrual pain
Women who eat papaya are less prone to menstrual pain as an enzyme called papain helps in regulating and easing flow during menstrual periods.
9. Prevents signs of ageing
Papaya is good for the skin and eating it regularly will prolong the ageing process and may make you look 5 years younger than you are later. Papaya is rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin E and antioxidants like beta-carotene which helps prevent your skin from free radical damage keeping wrinkles and other signs of ageing at bay.
10. Prevents cancer
Papaya is a rich source of antioxidants, flavonoids and phytonutrients that prevent your cells from undergoing free radical damage. Some studies have also linked the consumption papaya to reduced risk of colon and prostate cancer.
11. Helps reduce stress
Papaya is a wonder fruit as it is rich in several nutrients like Vitamin C which can keep you free from stress. According to a study conducted in University of Alabama, found that 200 mg of Vitamin C can help regulate the flow of stress hormones in rats.
Interested importers may inquire directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Philippines is among the top coconut exporters in the world. Around 70% Philippine coconut went to export and is also considered significant crop for local demands. Philippines produces an average of 4,000 coconuts per hectare annually. 75% of world supply of raw coconuts comes from Philippines, Indonesia and India. Global demand for coconut products is increasing at 10% per annum. 95% of coconuts come from smallholder farmers.
The coconut tree (Cocos nucifera) is a member of the palm tree family (Arecaceae) and the only living species of the genus Cocos. The seed or the fruit is a drupe, not a nut. Coconuts is dubbed as the tree of life due to its versatility and the variety of products and livelihood that can be made from it. Not to mention the healing and health benefits it can provide. Its uses are for food, cosmetics, industrial raw materials, medicine, and so forth and so on. Coconuts a large quantity of clear liquid called “coconut milk.” When immature, may be harvested for their potable “coconut water”, also called “coconut juice”. Mature coconuts can be used as edible seeds, or processed for oil and plant milk from the flesh, charcoal from the hard shell, and coir from the fibrous husk. Dried coconut flesh is called copra, and the oil and milk derived from it are commonly used in cooking – frying in particular – as well as in soaps and cosmetics. The hard shells, fibrous husks and long pinnate leaves can be used as material to make a variety of products for furnishing and decorating.
Below is how we packed and export young and/or mature coconuts (depends what buyer require):
Young Coconuts ASEAN Standard (parameters):
Mature Coconuts ASEAN Standard (parameters):
Technical: Cooling and storage of fresh Coconuts
Room-cooling is generally used for pre-cooling mature husked nuts. Forced-air and hydro-cooling are acceptable. A rapid temperature change of 8°C can cause cracking.
Mature coconuts with husk can be kept at ambient conditions for 3 to 5 months before the liquid endosperm has evaporated, the shell has cracked because of desiccation or sprouting has occurred.
Storage at 0°C to 1,5°C and 75% to 85% RH is possible for up to 2 months for mature, de-husked coconuts and 13°C to 16°C and 80% to 85% RH for 2 weeks or less. Low RH and high temperature should be avoided.
Aside young and mature coconuts, we are also capable to export other related products:
If you are interested, you may inquire directly at email@example.com
Not everyone wants machine made. Natural and Organic are in now. And it doesn’t have to always be expensive and branded.
Allow our collection be yours:
We seek buyers and investor/s
If you are interested, we can provide pricelist and/or catalog. You can email me directly
We don’t claim to be original on the design shown but we are receiving orders.
We can mass produce if there is bulk orders on a regular basis, or if an investor would allow fund grant for the needed equipment and cash flow funding.
Interested buyers can email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
This kind of art is loved by both kids and adult.
I call it Felt art and it can either be a hobby or a craft business.
I did a number in the past to please kids, friends, teens friends and loved ones. Such a simple hobby but needs creativity to explore further on design base on purpose, season and demand. I intend to establish a mini manufacturing craft workshop factory in support of an N.G.O., or an Investor or or advance payment from importing buyer, Allow me to show some (though I will not deny that some are excerpted through google images and pinterest as reference):
The owner of this blog does not claim ownership to the design (excerpted)
Our own design are available upon request by funder or buyer or investor.
Felt are perfect for gifts, wall decor, Christmas ornaments, seasonal display, Store display.
If you are interested, you can email directly at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
I just did a “Title Block” for a client (floor plan for 5 units, 2 floors per unit). If there is another break or similar job offer, why not? fyi. I have consultant Civil Engineers.