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"Growing demand for cocopeat substrates in China"

The Indian company Sai Cocopeat is specialized in cocopeat substrates for agriculture. Located in Tamil Nadu region, the company exports 85% of its products to USA, Italy, France, etc.



Mr Santhanam, Managing Director, was exhibiting at the Macfrut Attraction China, in Shanghai: "China is a growing market for cocopeat substrates. Population is growing, therefore demand for agricultural products is increasing. Our products are specially used for strawberries, tomato, cucumber, capsicum…"

See also our photo report.

For more information:
Sai Cocopeat
Mr. A Santhanam, Managing Director
+91 451 242 4645
santhanam@incoconu.com
www.saisubstrates.com

Publication date: 12/8/2017

 


 

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