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Coir Projects

This project aims to establish a state-of-the-art automated and multidimensional coir and coir-based products manufacturing unit in Wada, Palghar, approximately 80 KM away from Mumbai. The project is set to be undertaken with the direct observation and technical guidance of the Central Coir Research Institute, Alappuzha, Kerala, and support for integration of local small-scale coir manufacturers and artisans from the Regional Office, Coir Board, Kankawali, Maharashtra.

The project seeks to utilize 100% of raw materials with minimal wastage, distinguishing it from existing small-scale coir clusters. The coir industry, being an agro-based rural industry, has historically lacked exposure and technological advancements. This project aims to address this gap by producing a range of coir and coir-based products, fostering growth in the industry.

The manufacturing unit will initially produce the following products: - Coir fiber - Coco pith blocks - Coir yarn/Rope - Dried kernel (Copra) - Activated charcoal - Coconut water pouches - Coco manure/Coco Lawns - Gio-Textiles

Husk Estimate Market : Rs. 256.10 Cr
Husk Fibre Projection : Rs. 1,109.30 Cr
Esti. Yearly Consumption : 5,39,815 tons

Details of the procurement of raw materials, production processes, and quality control measures will be outlined to ensure the efficiency and sustainability of the manufacturing unit An in-depth analysis of the market potential for coir and coir-based products will be provided, along with a comprehensive marketing strategy to tap into both domestic and international markets The report will detail the land and machinery requirements, including the technological setup and automation measures to ensure efficient production. The project will integrate local small-scale coir producers and artisans, providing them with opportunities for growth. The support from the Central Coir Research Institute and the Regional Office, Coir Board, will be highlighted. The advantages of the project, including environmental sustainability, employment generation, and revenue contribution, will be discussed. Opportunities for expansion and collaboration will also be explored. A thorough SWOT analysis will be conducted, identifying the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats associated with the project. Detailed financial projections, including investment requirements, operational costs, revenue forecasts, and break-even analysis, will be presented. The report will outline the growth potential of the coir industry and how the project can contribute to its development. The project report will conclude with a summary of key findings and recommendations for the successful establishment and operation of the automated coir manufacturing unit. In conclusion, this project report aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the proposed automated coir manufacturing unit, covering various aspects from raw material procurement to market strategy. It envisions contributing significantly to the growth of the coir industry, generating employment, and becoming a key player in both domestic and international markets.


The coir industry holds significant importance as a cottage industry in India, boasting a rich tradition and heritage spanning centuries. The production of coir mats, mattings, and other floor coverings in India began on a factory basis in 1859 by Mr. James Darragh, an Irish-born American national. Since then, coir products have evolved in terms of quality, quantity, and variety.

The state of Kerala is a prominent hub for the coir industry in India, often considered the home of Indian coir manufacturing. Kerala accounts for 61% of coconut production and over 85% of coir products. India, as a whole, contributes approximately 55% to the global production of coir, making it the largest producer worldwide.

The expansion of coconut cultivation in non-traditional areas has led to increased coconut production, and the coir industry has gradually developed in states such as Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Orissa. This industry plays a crucial role in rural areas, providing a source of income to more than 8 to 10 lakh artisans, with women constituting about 80% of the workforce.

Technological advancements in the coir industry have given it a modern outlook, facilitating faster progress. The central government, recognizing the need to enhance productivity and competitiveness of traditional industries, has introduced the Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI). Additionally, various initiatives for the growth of the coir industry have been undertaken by both state and central governments under the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME).

India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Philippines, Nigeria, Indonesia, Samoa, and Vanuatu are the main coconut-producing countries. India and Sri Lanka collectively cultivate 90% of the global coconut production. Coconut, known for its numerous health benefits, is a natural, year-round crop. Being biodegradable, coir products are environmentally friendly, and the coir industry is hailed as a zero-waste industry, making the best use of coconut husk by turning it into valuable products.

The coir industry holds immense potential for growth due to the abundance of coconut husk, offering opportunities to reduce unemployment, generate income, alleviate poverty, improve living standards, and create a strong demand in both domestic and international markets.


To promote and expand the coir industry.

To provide our customers cost effective and customized designs on time.

Satisfy customers by giving better value-for-money.

To enhance the quality of products by deploying trained professionals and installing a robust quality control system.

Adopt modern technology and machineries for competitive, continuous and quality production.


Be innovative and most trusted coir products producer.

Total compliance for quality as per the CCRI guidelines.

Most passionate and reliable in terms of quality.

Continuous supply of produce as per demand.

Strive for continuous improvement.



Transparency and Open management.

Customer First.

Courtesy and Humility.


Advantages of coir industry

Round the year production.

Bio-degradable, self-sufficiently Eco-friendly.

Ever growing demand, as coir products have became part of daily use.

Many other health benefits.

Diversified business of by-products.


India accounts for more than two-third of the world production of coir and coir products. Although India has a long coastline dotted with coconut trees, the growth of the coir industry in the coastal states has been insignificant. This is because of inadequate infrastructure facilities. Most of the coir units are working in rural areas, encounter several problems like lack of power supply, water, road, communication, transport etc.

Indian coir industry is an important cottage industry contributing significantly to the economy of the major coconut growing states and union territories i.e., Kerala, Tamil N?du, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Orrisa, Assam, Andaman & Nicobar, Lakshadweep, Pondicherry, etc. There is a huge export potential for coir and coir product. Kerala is the home for Indian coir industry, particular white fiber, accounting for 61% of coconut production and 85% of coir products.

The Central Coir Research Institute (CCRI), Alappuzha, Kerala is the highest body for Coir Research and Development. CCRI has bagged many recognitions and awards for its innovation and invention of machines and Technology.

This project will perform under direct supervision and guidance of CCRI.

Key points of the project

This is a multidimensional project for coir industry and may first of its kind. This project will utilize both Tender coconut as well as Mature coconut with almost zero wastage.

This project will have an in-house fabrication unit for advancement of machineries, a laboratory to test the quality of final products and to make the products as per demand of customers. It will consist of a training area for new entrepreneurs and a practical demonstration area for agriculture development.

This is a green project based specifically on coconut. This project may give a new direction to coir industry, as presently most of the coir industries are utilizing only one or two parts of the coconut to produce its products but this project will utilize maximum parts of the coconut under one roof, for the growth of this industry.

Products / Services / Process

This project will utilize both Tender coconut and Mature coconut for marketing its fresh products and by-products:

Mature coconut

Improve sales & operations & production planning
Determine the right inventory level
Optimize the supply chain for perfect order planning
Improve sales & operations & production planning

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