About US

Premier Coir Products, founded in 1986 and currently headquartered at Pollachi, India - home to World’s highest density of coconut trees. Since then, our desire for constant innovation and passion for Coir has pushed us to a leading manufacturer and pioneer in the Coir industry. With over 30 years of Coir expertise, we have built up a reputation for the highest standards of quality, delivery and technical support in providing eco-solutions through Coir media.

Why Us

We have nurtured our growth by constantly diversifying our product range to cater the unique requirements of every customer. Today, we manufacture 50+ products made out of coconut and coir, including our National Award-winning coir footwear. We strongly believe in finding specialized products for our customers rather than finding customers for our products. We have comprehensive manufacturing units spread across three locations which function as a Nut-to-Product setup, assuring "Quality at Source".

From The Blog

JANUARY 03, 2014 13:09 IST

Pollachi's export of coir products increases

S. Mahesh Kumar, president of the Indian Coir Pith and Allied Products Manufacturers and Exporters’ Association, told The Hindu on Thursday that export of coir pith and fibre was higher in 2013 compared to the previous year.When exports from Sri Lanka fell, some orders were diverted to India, he said.…
MAY 10, 2016

Farmers to decide winner

Sops and schemes to protect and promote coconut cultivation seems to top the demands as far as Pollachi Constituency is concerned. Pollachi is synonymous with coconut trees getting it the name coconut town
Jun 8, 2015, 01:10 IST

The fibre of Pollachi's coir industry imperiled

The coir fibre industry in Pollachi has seen a 50 per cent decline in domestic supply and a 30 per cent reduction in exports leaving thousands of people jobless. As per data available with various coir manufacturing associations in the district, the number of units has reduced by 40 per cent over the last one year, due to various reasons including a spike in manufacturing costs and the availability of cheaper fibre from Indonesia and Philippines.

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