Result for 'cooperative', 'Agriculture'

NH Nonghyup

NH Nonghyup (NACF) is a multipurpose cooperative with four main business divisions: agricultural marketing and supply, livestock marketing and supply, banking and insurance, and the extension service, which offers guidance. Following a restructuring in 2012, the NACF now serves its members and customers through 27 subsidiaries and two affiliate organizations. It represents 2.44 million individual members from 1,165 member cooperatives: more than [...]

De Parach Multipurpose Cooperative Society Limited

The cooperative’s mission is to promote agriculture among the youth of Nigeria, in order to boost their economic status and self-reliance, and also to assist women with little or no income, especially single mothers and widows, through its empowerment programmes.

Union of Rose Producers Agricultural Sales Cooperatives (Gülbirlik)

Due to special climate requirements, only a few number of countries in the world produce attar of roses. Turkey is one of the countries that produce it. Rose damascene cultivation is realized in Isparta Province and environs of Isparta in Turkey. Gülbirlik is the only higher unit of rose damascene cultivators’ cooperatives, which consists of 6 cooperatives which bring together all the [...]

Coexphal (Association of fruit and vegetable growers of Almería)

Originally formed to enable exportation, Coexphal is now an association of, and service provider to, 72 agricultural cooperatives and producer entities (themselves with 13,500 farmer members), representing 70% of exports and 65% of total production of Almería, which translates into 1.8 million tons and a turnover of over 1.500 million Euros. The associated cooperatives and companies directly employ 9,450 people and commercialize [...]

Iran Oilseeds & Vegetable Oil Processing Factories Cooperative(Farda Coop)

Farda Coop was established on 20 May 2006. It has 28 shareholders from vegetable oil factories in Iran that account for 93% of Iran's vegetable oil industry. Farda provides all technical, financial needs and raw materials in which the shareholders need. 41% of Farda personnel are women. Farda also established a coop university, a transportation company, and an exhibition company.

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