Details of Services

Details of Services

1. Project: Conceptualization & Developing Budgets

Ownership Assessment:
Assess the ownership status to ensure clarity and legal standing. Identify stakeholders and delineate roles and responsibilities for seamless collaboration.

Vision and Naming:
Craft a compelling vision statement that encapsulates the aspirations of the plantation agribusiness. Simultaneously, devise a suitable and resonant name for the plantation, estate, or small holding that reflects its identity and purpose

Comprehensive Strategy Formulation:
Develop a comprehensive strategic plan that outlines the overarching goals, milestones, and tactics for the plantation agribusiness. Consider factors such as market trends, resource availability, and sustainability to inform your strategy.

Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Development:
Systematically create a robust set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to govern the day-to-day management of the agribusiness. These SOPs should cover key aspects such as cultivation practices, resource management, quality control, and environmental sustainability.

Risk Mitigation:
Formulate a proactive risk mitigation plan to identify potential challenges and outline measures to address them. This should encompass financial, operational, and market-related risks, ensuring a resilient approach to project implementation.

Technology Integration Plan:
Explore and integrate relevant technologies that can enhance efficiency, productivity, and data-driven decision-making within the agribusiness. This may include precision farming tools, data analytics, and innovative irrigation methods.

Collaborative Partnerships:
Identify and establish partnerships with key stakeholders, including suppliers, distributors, and community organizations. Foster collaborative relationships that contribute to the sustainability and growth of the agribusiness.

Regulatory Compliance Framework:
Develop a framework to ensure compliance with local and international regulations governing the plantation agribusiness sector. Stay abreast of evolving policies and standards to mitigate legal risks and maintain ethical business practices.

Financial Modeling and Resource Allocation:
Create a robust financial model that outlines budgetary requirements and revenue projections. Determine optimal resource allocation to different aspects of the project, balancing short-term needs with long-term sustainability.

Market Research and Segmentation:
Conduct thorough market research to understand consumer preferences, trends, and potential competitors. Use this information to segment the market effectively and tailor products or services to meet specific consumer demands.

Environmental Sustainability Plan:
Integrate sustainable practices into the agribusiness model, considering environmental impact and conservation. Implement measures such as organic farming, water conservation, and waste reduction to align with global sustainability goals.


2. Plantation Management:

Selection and Cultivation of suitable crops:
Choosing appropriate plantation crop and planting intensities and varieties based on climate, soil conditions, and market demand. We value generating an average of LKR 500,000 Profit per hectare per annum. 

Land Preparation:
Clearing land, soil conservation methods, and preparing the soil for planting. Regenerative Agriculture practices are our main focus. 

Planting and Maintenance:
Planting selected crops and implementing maintenance practices. 


3. Agronomic Practices:

Applying fertilizers ( combination of both organic and inorganic unless fully organic is a requirement) to enhance soil fertility and promote growth. We mean : 45% silt, sand and clay, 25% water, 25% air, 4% soil Carbon and 1% soil microbes as our bench mark for fertile soil. 

Pest and Disease Management:
Implementing strategies for pest and disease control to ensure a healthy crop. Here again we are equipped to use both synthetic as well as bio pesticides.

Timing and method of harvesting Plantation crops for optimal outcomes.


4. Processing and Manufacturing:

Identifying suitable methods for harvesting.

Sorting and Grading:
Sorting Plantation crops based on size, quality, nutrient density, medicinal properties and appearance.

Packaging processed Plantation products for distribution and retail. We believe in labelling and ethical marketing principles.


5. Quality Control:

Tasting and Testing:
Conducting sensory evaluations and laboratory tests to ensure quality standards are met.

Chain of custody:
We uphold the consumer rights, lean processes to maintain stringent quality standards.  

Obtaining and maintaining certifications for organic, fair trade, FSC or other quality standards.


6. Logistics and Distribution:

Proper storage of packaged products to maintain freshness.

Shipping Plantation products to processing facilities and then to distribution centers.

Delivering packaged Plantation Agri Business to retailers or export markets.


7. Marketing and Sales:

Brand Development:
Building a strong brand identity for Sri Lankan Plantation Agri Business.

Market Research:
Understanding consumer preferences and market trends.

Sales Channels:
Establishing relationships with wholesalers, retailers, and export markets.


8. Sustainability and Social Responsibility:

Environmental Practices:
Implementing sustainable and environmentally friendly farming practices.

Community Engagement:
Supporting local communities and ensuring fair labor practices.


9. Government Regulations and Compliance:

Adhering to local and international regulations governing Plantation Agri Business development and export.


10. Research and Development:

Investing in research for new varieties, cultivation techniques, and processing methods.

Adoption of Technology:
Incorporating modern technology for improved efficiency and quality.


11. Collaboration and Industry Associations:

Collaborating with other stakeholders in the industry for knowledge sharing and collective initiatives.


Defining and optimizing each step in this value chain can lead to improved efficiency, quality, and competitiveness in the global Plantation Agri Business market. It's essential for stakeholders in the Plantation Agri Business industry in both in Sri Lanka and overseas to collaborate and continuously innovate to maintain the country's reputation for producing high-quality Plantation Agri products.