Shipping Facts FER-1880
FERAL TRADE coffee El Volador Finca El Volador, Mexico to Glenarm Road, UK
FER-1807 Finca El Volador to Feral Trade, UK [583 x bag]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bag
Total to farmer for 4 sacks/280kg green beans at $85 pesos/kg, 18.51 MXN to GBP, a top market price. However due to farmer error, 5 sacks totalling 350KG were accidentally delivered to port. Faced with the options of high-priced transport back to farm or alternately incineration, trader & farmer agreed to ship all 5 sacks at the pre-agreed price £1286£2.21
Price paid by trader for coffee delivery to Grupo Soher in port of Veracruz 2366 MXN, a subsequent dispute over documents meant farmer was charged extra for port storage by the shipping company £128£0.22
Currency transfer fee with HiFx to transfer UK pounds to MXN £9£0.02
Freight handling and Customs at Veracruz port with Grupo Soher $350 USD at 1.55 USD to GBP £226£0.39
Port clearance UK Felixstowe with UK freight agent Jag UFS £35£0.06
Terminal clearance Felixstowe £86.94£0.15
UK Customs documents £64£0.11
Port levy £16.7£0.03
Port security £6.5£0.01
Disbursements & Roe Diff at £11.30 / £12.42 £23.72£0.04
2 days port storage after the initial 1 week grace period expired, due to Grupo Soher delay in releasing the shipment, Grupo Soher refused responsibility so trader minus any leverage was forced to cough up. £119.23£0.20
Road transport to roaster in Littlehampton £105£0.18
Coffee Compass roasting at £2.40 per kg green beans £672£1.15
Road transport, roaster to feraltrade at £7.80 per 20.5KG roasted coffee £88£0.15
Metalised coffee bags at 36p+ VAT per unit £241.92£0.41
total£3108.01£5.33
FER-1880 Coffee Compass roasters, Littlehampton to Eastside Projects, Birmingham [80 x 500g bag]
Coffee farmed by Įlvaro Soberanes at sky high altitude of 1500m, under old growth leguminous trees which pump nitrogen back into the soil, nothing more needs to be added. The farm is called El Volador which means the Flying One. The Cerro de la Campana area near Coatepec, Veracruz provides almost perfect conditions for coffee growing, producing one of the best coffees in Mexico if not the World.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts FER-1880
FERAL TRADE coffee El Volador Finca El Volador, Mexico to Glenarm Road, UK
FER-1807 Finca El Volador to Feral Trade, UK [583 x bag]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bag
Total to farmer for 4 sacks/280kg green beans at $85 pesos/kg, 18.51 MXN to GBP, a top market price. However due to farmer error, 5 sacks totalling 350KG were accidentally delivered to port. Faced with the options of high-priced transport back to farm or alternately incineration, trader & farmer agreed to ship all 5 sacks at the pre-agreed price £1286£2.21
Price paid by trader for coffee delivery to Grupo Soher in port of Veracruz 2366 MXN, a subsequent dispute over documents meant farmer was charged extra for port storage by the shipping company £128£0.22
Currency transfer fee with HiFx to transfer UK pounds to MXN £9£0.02
Freight handling and Customs at Veracruz port with Grupo Soher $350 USD at 1.55 USD to GBP £226£0.39
Port clearance UK Felixstowe with UK freight agent Jag UFS £35£0.06
Terminal clearance Felixstowe £86.94£0.15
UK Customs documents £64£0.11
Port levy £16.7£0.03
Port security £6.5£0.01
Disbursements & Roe Diff at £11.30 / £12.42 £23.72£0.04
2 days port storage after the initial 1 week grace period expired, due to Grupo Soher delay in releasing the shipment, Grupo Soher refused responsibility so trader minus any leverage was forced to cough up. £119.23£0.20
Road transport to roaster in Littlehampton £105£0.18
Coffee Compass roasting at £2.40 per kg green beans £672£1.15
Road transport, roaster to feraltrade at £7.80 per 20.5KG roasted coffee £88£0.15
Metalised coffee bags at 36p+ VAT per unit £241.92£0.41
total£3108.01£5.33
FER-1880 Coffee Compass roasters, Littlehampton to Eastside Projects, Birmingham [80 x 500g bag]
Coffee farmed by Įlvaro Soberanes at sky high altitude of 1500m, under old growth leguminous trees which pump nitrogen back into the soil, nothing more needs to be added. The farm is called El Volador which means the Flying One. The Cerro de la Campana area near Coatepec, Veracruz provides almost perfect conditions for coffee growing, producing one of the best coffees in Mexico if not the World.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts FER-1880
FERAL TRADE coffee El Volador Finca El Volador, Mexico to Glenarm Road, UK
FER-1807 Finca El Volador to Feral Trade, UK [583 x bag]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bag
Total to farmer for 4 sacks/280kg green beans at $85 pesos/kg, 18.51 MXN to GBP, a top market price. However due to farmer error, 5 sacks totalling 350KG were accidentally delivered to port. Faced with the options of high-priced transport back to farm or alternately incineration, trader & farmer agreed to ship all 5 sacks at the pre-agreed price £1286£2.21
Price paid by trader for coffee delivery to Grupo Soher in port of Veracruz 2366 MXN, a subsequent dispute over documents meant farmer was charged extra for port storage by the shipping company £128£0.22
Currency transfer fee with HiFx to transfer UK pounds to MXN £9£0.02
Freight handling and Customs at Veracruz port with Grupo Soher $350 USD at 1.55 USD to GBP £226£0.39
Port clearance UK Felixstowe with UK freight agent Jag UFS £35£0.06
Terminal clearance Felixstowe £86.94£0.15
UK Customs documents £64£0.11
Port levy £16.7£0.03
Port security £6.5£0.01
Disbursements & Roe Diff at £11.30 / £12.42 £23.72£0.04
2 days port storage after the initial 1 week grace period expired, due to Grupo Soher delay in releasing the shipment, Grupo Soher refused responsibility so trader minus any leverage was forced to cough up. £119.23£0.20
Road transport to roaster in Littlehampton £105£0.18
Coffee Compass roasting at £2.40 per kg green beans £672£1.15
Road transport, roaster to feraltrade at £7.80 per 20.5KG roasted coffee £88£0.15
Metalised coffee bags at 36p+ VAT per unit £241.92£0.41
total£3108.01£5.33
FER-1880 Coffee Compass roasters, Littlehampton to Eastside Projects, Birmingham [80 x 500g bag]
Coffee farmed by Įlvaro Soberanes at sky high altitude of 1500m, under old growth leguminous trees which pump nitrogen back into the soil, nothing more needs to be added. The farm is called El Volador which means the Flying One. The Cerro de la Campana area near Coatepec, Veracruz provides almost perfect conditions for coffee growing, producing one of the best coffees in Mexico if not the World.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts FER-1880
FERAL TRADE coffee El Volador Finca El Volador, Mexico to Glenarm Road, UK
FER-1807 Finca El Volador to Feral Trade, UK [583 x bag]
Import costs: purchase & freightgrosseach bag
Total to farmer for 4 sacks/280kg green beans at $85 pesos/kg, 18.51 MXN to GBP, a top market price. However due to farmer error, 5 sacks totalling 350KG were accidentally delivered to port. Faced with the options of high-priced transport back to farm or alternately incineration, trader & farmer agreed to ship all 5 sacks at the pre-agreed price £1286£2.21
Price paid by trader for coffee delivery to Grupo Soher in port of Veracruz 2366 MXN, a subsequent dispute over documents meant farmer was charged extra for port storage by the shipping company £128£0.22
Currency transfer fee with HiFx to transfer UK pounds to MXN £9£0.02
Freight handling and Customs at Veracruz port with Grupo Soher $350 USD at 1.55 USD to GBP £226£0.39
Port clearance UK Felixstowe with UK freight agent Jag UFS £35£0.06
Terminal clearance Felixstowe £86.94£0.15
UK Customs documents £64£0.11
Port levy £16.7£0.03
Port security £6.5£0.01
Disbursements & Roe Diff at £11.30 / £12.42 £23.72£0.04
2 days port storage after the initial 1 week grace period expired, due to Grupo Soher delay in releasing the shipment, Grupo Soher refused responsibility so trader minus any leverage was forced to cough up. £119.23£0.20
Road transport to roaster in Littlehampton £105£0.18
Coffee Compass roasting at £2.40 per kg green beans £672£1.15
Road transport, roaster to feraltrade at £7.80 per 20.5KG roasted coffee £88£0.15
Metalised coffee bags at 36p+ VAT per unit £241.92£0.41
total£3108.01£5.33
FER-1880 Coffee Compass roasters, Littlehampton to Eastside Projects, Birmingham [80 x 500g bag]
Coffee farmed by Įlvaro Soberanes at sky high altitude of 1500m, under old growth leguminous trees which pump nitrogen back into the soil, nothing more needs to be added. The farm is called El Volador which means the Flying One. The Cerro de la Campana area near Coatepec, Veracruz provides almost perfect conditions for coffee growing, producing one of the best coffees in Mexico if not the World.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org