Tue, 05 Apr 2011

Kuala Lumpur (ANTARA News) - Indonesia`s organic fertilizer from aloe in liquid form has reached the Malaysian market, and there are also plans to export it to Thailand, Myanmar and Cambodia after the signing of a sales agreement in Malaysia.

Head of the economic section of the Indonesian embassy Widyarka Ryananta said here recently the signing for Indonesia was Ida Bagus Purwana, representing PT Tri Indah Mandiri from Yogyakarta as producer of the organic fertilizer while its Malaysian counterpart is Taha Kassim, representing KNVC Corp Sdn Berhad, as the marketing party.

"The liquid fertilizer is produced in Yogyakarta and Bali, and its mixing, packaging, labelling and promotion and distribution are carried out by the Malaysian company located in Rawang," Widyarka said.

He said the product is environmentally friendly, economical and practical in its use.

In the meantime, to expand the marketing of the product it was planned to build factories in Sabah, Serawak and Kelantan, at a cost of RM 50 million, or Rp150 billion