CIC Organisation Structure

  The Coffee Industry Corporation Limited is incorporated under the Companies Act and conferred with powers to be responsible for industry regulation, research and extension as set out in its Constitution. Regulatory powers and functions were conferred upon it by Parliament under the CIC (Statutory Functions & Powers) Act 1991. The CIC exists to provide leadership, facilitative and support services to the Papua New Guinea Coffee Industry. The three pillars and the strategies that has been developed in support of[…]

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Corporate Support Services

The Corporate Support Services section provides support services in governance, finance, human resources, and property management to the industry. Its functions and roles are to implement personnel and administration, and finance and accounts.

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Industry Services

  Services to the Industry sub-sector are provided by the Industry Associations Office. The Industry Association office exists between the Coffee Industry Corporation and four sector associations registered with IPA as the industry’s socio-political organisations to guard the industry against any negative effects by the government or any other organisation. The four sub-sector stakeholder associations are: PNG Smallholder Coffee Growers Association (PNG SHCGA) PNG Blockholder Coffee Growers Association (PNG BHCGA) PNG Coffee Plantation and Processors Associations (PNG CPPA) and PNG Coffee Exporters Council Functions of Industry Associations[…]

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CEO’s Secretariat

  The Secretariat comprises: Board secretariat; Industry support coordination; Public relations; and Planning, monitoring and evaluation. These are offices and functions that report directly to the CEO. Board Secretariat and Industry Relations The main functions of the secretariat include: secretarial and support duties to the Board, administer CIC policies, Act and Constitution, conduct of AGMs and Board meetings, preparation and lodgement of annual returns and reports, provide support services to the industry subsectors, management of legal matters, manage public relations[…]

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Board of Directors

  Composition Representatives of Industry Stakeholders and the Government are part owners of the Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd and are represented on the Board of Directors. The CIC Ltd has a 12-member Board comprising of: 6 Smallholder Association Representatives (Western Highlands, Simbu, Eastern Highlands, Momase, New Guinea Islands, Southern Region) 3 Government Representatives (Treasury, Commerce and Industry, Department of Agriculture and Livestock) 1 Exporters Council Representative 1 Plantations and Processors Representative 1 Blockholders Association Representative Role of the Board The[…]

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Welcome From The CEO

  It gives me pleasure to report on some of the work CIC has accomplished in 2015 and also highlight some of the ongoing and planned events for 2016. Coffee production in the last couple years has been on a downward trend. The 2015 production totaled 44,030 tons, 7% lower than 2014 production level. While expectations in 2015 have been high given the smaller crops in the last three years (2012 – 2014), the prolonged El Nino induced drought and[…]

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Corporate Values

Our Vision, Mission and Mandate Vision Statement Our vision is to ensure: “Prosperous Coffee Farming Communities; a Vibrant, Competitive and Sustainable Coffee Industry.” Mission Statement Our mission is:  To increase financial returns, productivity, production and market access for female and male coffee farmers and others along the value chain, with motivated, competent and continuously learning actors. Mandate By virtue of Coffee Industry Corporation Act (1991), the CIC Ltd is mandated to: Conduct research into coffee production, processing, and marketing of Papua New[…]

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About Us

 The Coffee Industry Corporation Limited was first established as the Papua New Guinea Coffee Marketing Board in 1963 and commenced operations in 1964. It then became the Coffee Industry Board in 1976 and finally to the Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd. The CIC currently has two divisions operating within the country; Industry Operations Division (IOD) and, Research & Grower Services Division (R&GSD) The CIC has its head office in Goroka, Eastern Highlands Province (EHP), where the Chief Executive Officer is also[…]

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Welcome

Welcome to the Coffee Industry Corporation Limited (CIC) website. We bring you information about the vibrant coffee industry of Papua New Guinea. The CIC, which is empowered under the Coffee Industry Corporation Statutory Powers and Functions Act 1991, has the responsibility to provide both leadership and services to the PNG coffee industry as stipulated in its Constitution. Coffee continues to be an important export commodity for PNG, as almost 85% of coffee produced in PNG is grown, harvested and partly[…]

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