(675) 675 321 1133 infor@kik.com.pg

Requirements

License Requirements

Compliance & Licensing

 

 

Requirements

KIK Board requires the following information before granting licenses.

  1. Investment Promotion Authority Certificate.
  2. Well ventilated storage facilities to store copra in order to maintain copra quality; and adequate Financial resources for buying copra.
  3. Supply copra bags to smallholder nominal cost.
  4. Calibrated weighing equipment to weigh copra bags at the sight of purchase.

KIK license Forms and Reciepts.

  • License Application Forms (completed)
  • License Fee Bank Deposits
  • Lodge at KIK Head office

Buyer License Fee

K1,000

Renewal Per Annum

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Processing License Fee

K2,000

Renewal Per Annum

Exporter License Fee

K2,500

Renewal Per Annum

Production by Province

The progress bar depicts cocoa production by province since 2006. Copra Production has fluctuated between 60,000 tonnes and 146, 500 tonnes in the past ten years.

Off the 13 provinces that are listed in the progress bar below, only 6 provinces have actively produced copra in the last five years.

These provinces in order of the volume of production share are; East New Britain (38.7%), Madang (25%), AROB (22,1%), West New Britain (8.5%), Milne Bay (3,2%) and New Ireland (2.6%).

  • East New Britain 38.7% 38.7%
  • Madang 25% 25%
  • AROB 22.1% 22.1%
  • West New Britain 8.5% 8.5%
  • Milne Bay 3.2% 3.2%
  • New Ireland 2.6% 2.6%
Mr Micheal Sovek

Mr Micheal Sovek

Senior Regional Coconut Inspector

New Guinea Islands Region
Email :  sovekmichael@gmail.com
Landline: (+675) 982 8479
P.O.Box 36
Rabaul
East New Britain Province

Mr Adam Kuli

Mr Adam Kuli

Senior Regional Coconut Inspector

Southern Region
Email :  akuli@kik.com.pg
Landline: (+675) 321 1133
P.O.Box 81
Cuthbertson St, Downtown,
Port Moresby

Mr Kenny Muasi

Mr Kenny Muasi

Senior Regional Coconut Inpector

Momase Region
Email :  kmuasii2017@gmail.com
Landline: (675) 2760177
P.O.Box
Murnas
Madang Province

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