Who We Are?


Our vision is to be a leading Coir Peat Supplier Company in India and to become a significant global player.


We shall provide total customer satisfaction and achieve leadership in chosen markets, products and services across the globe


We take the initiative with courage and conviction, motivating others and ourselves and leading by example

Our Export partner

Matrix Exports

Matrix exports offer great value with our products and services. Introducing innovative ideas in sourcing and exporting, we have managed to improve speed, efficiency and on time delivery. All our operations are supported by a talented, hard working human resource. With a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction, we have been offering world class products at the most competitive prices. We are consistently working towards empowering our employees with excellent skills and introducing them with the latest technology.

Coir peat world

Coir is used worldwide as a growing medium for various hydroponic crops, nurseries, plant propagation and bedding plants.

We make use of the most modern technologies and machines along with high quality materials to produce different blends of Coir-Cocopeat Substrates. In order to guarantee a premium quality product whilst ensuring delivery targets, a continuous and ample supply of Coir Pith is required. This is why we place our factory at the heart of the coconut triangle region in India.

Our Core Values

Our production facility plays a vital role in our quality and sustainability. We have three production plants at three different locations of south India. The entire manufacturing process is under control of highly qualified technical team. We strictly follow the international standards to achieve high quality product.

Cocopeat is suitable for a wide variety of crops such as vegetables (Tomato, Pepper, Cucumber, Strawberry, Melon, Watermelon, Green bean….), Floriculture (Gerbera, rose, Carnation, orchid….) and also for propagation nurseries (Vegetables, citrus trees, olive trees, fruit trees….). as well as certain ornamental crops susceptible to root asphyxia.