ABOUT US

Who we are

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;

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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.

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Our Operations

The Coffee Industry Corporation exists to provide leadership, facilitation and support services to the Papua New Guinea Coffee Industry. The three pillars and the strategies that have been developed in support of our role will be facilitated by the core functions of the CIC through:

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Corporate values

The following core values underpin the culture in CIC and key principles which guide the Board, management and staff of the Corporation:

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Board of Directors

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:

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CEO’s Secretariat

The Secretariat comprises:
Board secretariat;
Industry support coordination;
Public relations; and
Planning, monitoring and evaluation.

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Industry Services

Services to the Industry sub-sector are provided by the Industry Associations Office.

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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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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.

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