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Default coco peat/coir pith,cut fiber for growing media as substrade

Dear sir,

Our company is one of the pioneers in the manufacture of coir
and allied products.
We exports the following products.

EROSION CONTROL/BIO ENGINEERING PRODUCTS

Coco logs which is used for shore line and stream bank stabilization
around the world .
Coir geotextiles used for landscape design, waterflow, soil
structure, steepness of slope, vegetation requirements etc.


HORTICULTURE /FLORICULTURE /GROWING MEDIA PRODUCTS
Coconut Fibre in bales,
Cut Fibre in bales which is usable as soil mix,
Coco peat is used for growing media, horticulture,
Coconut Husk Chips usable as soil conditioner and used by the various
horse back riding clubs for urine and animal residue and absorb oils
and liquids and can be used on roads or in factories etc.
..
Please feel free contact us for your above required coco products.


Best regards
N.Anbu
CEO
TCE India
177,Triplicane High road,
Chennai -600005
Ph :+91 44 28 58 91 88
Mobile :+91 98 40 06 98 26
www.tceindia.com

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