Asia Plantation Capital sees this joint endeavor as part of their long term dedication to make sure the artisan customs of growing agarwood & incense trees does not go out and in fact remains to grow along with industrial plantations. In 2009, Asia Plantation Capital reestablished agarwood to Sri Lanka where it had actually been totally erased by high need from the Middle East and Chinese markets. Now 4 years later on, the trees are growing and other plantation operators in Sri Lanka are following the Asia Plantation Capital lead, even working in your area with Asia Plantation Capital specialists as a source of understanding and suggestions to develop their own plantations.
Asia Plantation Capital is offering added management, labour, security and financing to assist Mr Chan preserve and handle his plantations and to secure the trees from theft, which at anywhere from US$ 500 to US$ 1,000 for an individual tree is a huge concern! Asia Plantation Capital will certainly likewise be developing a tree-nursery and little visitor centre to discuss plantations and display agarwood and its end utilizes.
Asia Plantation Capital is the biggest industrial grower of agarwood trees in Southeast Asia; manufacturers of sustainable and natural oud oils for the worldwide scent market, medical and incense markets. Robert Timmermans, Unique Projects Expert at Asia Plantation Capital clarified that Hong Kong implies “Great smelling Harbour” equated to English.
Asia Plantation Capital (APC) is happy to reveal a joint endeavor with Mr Chan to assist secure his existing trees, plant more trees and broaden his plantation plus develop a little visitor centre and establish longer term office chances.
Mr Chan Koon Wing is the last staying certified office grower of Agarwood in Hong Kong SAR, a 3rd generation Aloeswood farmer understood in your area as “The Hong Kong King of Great smelling wood called Agarwood/ Aloeswood”.
Till the early 20th Century, Hong Kong was understood throughout the world as “The Aromatic Harbour”. It is the passion of Asia Plantation Capital and Mr Chan, together with his 2 children, and with the aid of.
Fragrance Du Bois, to recover his household name and Aromatic Harbour image back to Hong Kong, securing its heritage for future generations. Re-establishing its rightful location in exactly what is now an international market with an approximated yearly value someplace in between US$ 6 and US$ 12 billion.
In 2012, CNN estimated 55 years of age Mr Chan “My grandpa was the one in the household who began growing these incense trees in the past, when I was a young child I followed him up in the hillsides to assist. Now I see a great deal of incense trees in Hong Kong have actually been logged, so I wish to maintain them.” Combining a 5th generation perfumer with a Third generation agarwood/ Aloeswood grower Asia Plantation Capital felt was a natural option, and possibly another World First in assisting display the centuries of custom included.