Street by the Beach

Supplying across the globe

The Leading Factory Productions & Supplier Of INDO-BROOMS (grass and sticks)

About Us

Starting from our initial information and experience as a supplier of small-scale coconut sticks and getting a lot of direct trust
from both the farmers and local partners and seeing the large and wide market potential, in early 2021 we decided to create a
business with the name
HINDO OVERSEAS with wider and varied product range.

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OUR OFFERING CONCEPTS

HINDO OVERSEAS, in this case, as a semi-production and raw material collection company with a small and Medium Enterprise (UKM) scale that
collaborates directly with farmer centers from various areas producing sticks and glagah commodities, specifically invites local partners and exporters to cooperate
with us. For the sake of a good cooperation for both parties, we invite partners to be able to directly see the location of our warehouse business in Pangandaran
Regency and Cilacap Regency as well as the location of land and work processes in our farmer centers located in several areas so that transparency is created as a a
sign of seriousness and does not cause things that are not pleasing.
The bidding schemes in the process of activities that we can propose to cooperate are as follows;
1. Purchases and orders can be made in one transaction or continuous cooperation as agreed and regulated in a letter of agreement.
2. The offer price is in accordance with the agreement and can be negotiated with the needs and purchasing capacity as well as our production conditions.
3.Specifications with certain needs such as type, size and others can be informed and negotiated.
4. Production is carried out after an initial payment agreement occurs, followed by a production order letter (PO) or a cooperation agreement (MoU)
5. All technical matters related to the offer and technical work will be attached to the offer letter

Our Key Features

Integrity

Integrity means telling the truth, keeping our word and treating others with fairness and respect. Integrity is one of our most cherished assets. It must not be compromised.

Quality

Quality is exhibited in many ways by selling and supporting products and services that delight customers, establishing a work environment , delivering financial results that meet investor expectations.

Commitment

Commitment is important where we will continue to provide the best to our customers and investors all the time. Our opportunity to serve should be viewed as a privilege that is not to be taken for granted.

Our Products

 

Coconut Broomsticks

Coconut sticks are produced from coconut leaves that have grown at least at the age of 4 years, with the average tree already having a height of 7 to 10 meters,
so the coconut tree will have leaves that are quite good and long enough to be harvested. The coconut trees that we produce to be the raw material for sticks come
from green coconut trees.

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Nipah broomsticks

Nipah is a type of palm (palma) that grows in the environment of mangrove forests or tidal areas near sea water. This plant, known as Nipah Fruticans, has stems submerged under a layer of mud that spreads underground with a stem thickness of about 60 cm. The height of the nipah tree can reach an average of 7 to 8 orem gem meters, with a leaf stalk that can reach 150 cm. The processing results of the nipah plant are quite diverse, ranging from fruit, leaves to flowers, which can be a
commodity product with good economic value.

Grass for Brooms

Tiger Grass plant is a type of grass that is quite large, this plant actually thrives in all regions in indonesia and is often found in vacant land or riverbanks. Usually this plant is used as the main raw material for brooms, but not ail types of Tiger Grass can and can be used as raw materials for these brooms.
To make a tiger grass broom, it is usually used from the Tiger Grass Arjuna type which is only found in the Purbalingga Regency, Central Java. tiger grass arjuna’s Latin name is Themeda Villosa, belonging to the Poaceace family or with a name in English usually called Tiger Grass or Amliso. 

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