Dakman Vietnam

photo-aboutus Dakman Vietnam
Coffee Processors & Exporters

Dakman was founded in 1995 as the first foreign invested joint venture company licensed by the Vietnamese goverment to process and export robusta coffee from Vietnam. We are a partnership between E.D.&F.Man Coffee, a leading international trade house and Daklak September 2nd Import-Export Company Limited (Simexco Daklak), a state-owned company recognised as one of the leading Vietnam coffee exporters.

Dakman is located in Buon Ma Thuot City, the capital ofDaklak Province and the center of the main coffee growing region of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Through a network of 35 collecting stations, we select and purchase robusta coffee directly from local farmers through to the shipping container.

Our modern processing line, including the latest colour sorting technology, enables us to produce coffee of the highest standard and ensure a uniform consistent quality for our buyers.

A high degree of processing flexibility also allows us to prepare coffee directly to customer specifications. Our products range from standard Grade 2 through to bold bean, polished types with no black beans , broken beans or foreign matter.

Combining international expertise with local know-how, Dakman’s objective is to ensure that the trust placed upon ourselves, by our clients and local suppliers alike, serves as the core of our commitment to customer satisfaction.

Jonathan Clark
General Director
Tel: (84.500) 3823201
Fax: (84.500) 3823384

Pham Ngoc Bang
Vice General Director
Tel: (84.500) 3823395
Fax: (84.500) 3823384

Nguyen Anh Dung
Chief Accountant
Tel: (84.500) 3823424
Fax: (84.500) 3823384

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