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Our Product

Charcoal Briquette

Coconut Charcoal Briquette is produced from 100% natural coconut shell. Processed with high quality according to international standards. Coconut Charcoal Briquette is available in various sizes Like Square, Hexagonal, Finger/Stix and others. Free from chemicals, odor free and have precise size.

Virgin Coconut Oil

Extracted from fresh coconuts by a cold pressing process, which does not involve the application of heat. This ensures that all of the beneficial nutrients and enzymes from the fresh coconut remain intact in the oil. This is the purest, freshest form of coconut oil that is light, non-sticky and more effective than regular coconut oil.

RBD Coconut Oil

RBD Coconut Oil is a clear white liquid and will turn into a semi solid at room temperature. For crude coconut oil to be fit for consumption, it must be refined, bleached and deodorized (RBD). RBD coconut oil is used in coconut-based cooking oils, for the commercial food processing and oleo chemical industries.

Coconut Fiber

Coconut Fiber is a natural fiber extracted from outer shell of the coconut. Coconut coir is the fibrous material found between the hard shell, inner and outer layers of the coconut and is used in products such as floor mats, mats, brushed and mattresses. Coconut fiber has a high lignin content so the cellulose content is low, so it is tough, strong, and very durable. The expectional lightness of the fibers is due too the coids arising from the drying sieve cells. The best grade fiber is light, golden yellow (fiber from unripe coconut) or brown (fiber from mature coconut).

Coconut Peat

Cocopeat is an alternative organic planting medium to replace soil. Cocopeat is made from coconut husks and has an earthy texture. This cocopeat is in the form of granules with a certain level of fineness, dark brown in color and has a distinctive coconut coir aroma. Cocopeat can be used for farming from nurseries, plantations to agriculture. The benefits of cocopeat are as an alternative growing media and used for farming, both flower plants, hydroponics to horticulture.


Copra is the dried flesh of the coconut fruit. Copra is a very important coconut derivative product, because it is the raw material for making coconut oil and its derivatives.

Green Bean Coffee

Green coffee beans are made from coffee cherries that have not been roasted. Global Commodity Coco offers a variety of green coffee beans, including Arabica and Robusta. The quality of Global Commodity Coco Indonesia's green coffee beans is guaranteed, and they are free from preservatives. All green beans undergo a sorting process and are graded based on size and quality. They are stored in a cool, dry warehouse to maintain the freshness of the green coffee beans.

Kaolin Clay


500 kg & 750 kg (Jumbo Bag)

25 kg & 40 kg (Small Bag)

Kaolin Noodle


1000 kg (Jumbo Bag)

50 kg (Small Bag)

About Us

PT. GLOBAL COMMODITY COCO is a leading supplier company in Indonesia engaged in the high quality coconut products, such as RBD Coconut Oil, Charcoal Briquette, Virgin Coconut Oil, Coconut Fiber, and Coconut Peat.

We highly upholds honesty and integrity. Client satisfaction is the main thing for us. Working with local residents who have coconut plantations throughout Indonesia.

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About Coconut

The oldest fossils of fruit most similar to coconuts were found in New Zealand and are estimated to be around 5.3 million years ago. Its remains have been found in India and Australia. But generally accepted, coconuts are thought to have originated from the equatorial region that stretches from India, Indonesia, to the Pacific Islands. Coconut does not need special cultivation. He just needs a wave to spread from one coastal area to another. The Austronesian people, the ancestors of the Indonesian people, also used the fruit from this tree to migrate to various islands. Arab traders brought coconuts to the Middle East and East Africa. In the 16th century.

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