Why a coconut timber processing company is making a splash in timber supply chain

Business Insider article The company’s products are sold as lumber and are made from coconut wood, a highly durable, eco-friendly wood.

The company is owned by an Indonesian woman, Taimurri Niyar, and her husband, and they have three sons and four daughters.

She said she was a little scared about selling the products because of the high prices of coconut wood and the high demand for them.

Taimorri Níyar told Business Insider she is working on the production of timber from coconut and palm trees, which are often imported from other countries.

“It’s very important to us to have good relations with the local population, which is what we are trying to do with the coconut timber.”

Taimarri Náyar said her husband had to cut the trees to make them fit their lumber, but the coconut wood was not suitable.

“We do it to protect the trees,” she said.

“But if we don’t have a good relationship with the villagers, then the trees will be cut.”

The coconut timber industry in Indonesia is a booming industry.

The region produces more than 40% of the world’s coconuts, but also the worlds largest coconut palm.

Indonesia is home to more than 150 million people, and the region is home of some of the most impoverished communities in the world.

But, as Taimerri Nyar points out, many of the people living there do not have any access to a landline phone.

Many of them have no landlines, and it’s not uncommon for them to have to go on landline telephones to make phone calls.

Tiamak’s coconut timber is also sourced from the country’s most popular palm tree, the palm tree from which Tiamaks own brand is derived.

“This tree has been grown from,” said Taimori Nárí, referring to the palm from which the Tiamakhis own brand, Coconut Timber, was named.

“So, we’ve grown it from this tree.”

Tiamarri said the company was working on a range of products for timber, including coconut paper, coconut board and coconut sheets, as well as wood pulp.

“There are also products for paper, but there’s still a lot of demand for this product,” she added.

The palm is the largest of the three species of coconut, which have an average trunk length of more than 1,500 cm.

Coconut is the world s most widely grown crop, with about 70% of it harvested each year.

Tampines and palm oil are two other important sources of palm oil, which can be used in making cosmetics, perfumes, cosmetics and food products.

“People are trying different things with it, and we’re trying to provide a lot,” said Nári.

“I’m also working on coconut paper,” she continued.

“Coconut paper is the same as the palm paper.

It’s a plastic, but it’s much more durable.

It can last up to 100 years.”

The company sells its products online and at its stores.

The price of the product is often quoted at US$1,400 for a 1 kilogram bag of the pulp.

The products are also available in Indonesian markets.

“They sell it in Indonesia,” said Tristan, Tiamari’s son.

“For the price, it’s good.”

The Indonesian government, in cooperation with the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry and Forest Products, is trying to boost demand for the timber and to create jobs for the locals.

“A lot of jobs are being created and people are getting jobs,” said Jusuf, a forest ranger working in Tiamas forests.

“The industry is growing.

People are getting better jobs.”

He added that the Taimaroi timber industry is a good example of the governments efforts to address the countrys climate change problem.

“When you look at the trees, they are very hardy,” he said.