Green coffee trader Ally Coffee is set to expand its network of green coffee warehouses in Oceania and Asia, adding a new office in Australia later this year, its first in the region
The new office will be led by Tercio Borba, Ally Coffee’s sales director for Oceania and Asia | Photo credit: Ally Coffee
Ally Coffee is opening a new office in Melbourne, Australia, as part of plans to expand its global sales network and logistics operations to the Oceania and Asia region.
The US-based green coffee trader said the location of the Melbourne office is yet to be finalized but will incorporate sales, customer service, logistics and quality control for the region .
The new office will be headed by Tercio Borba, Ally Coffee’s sales director for Oceania and Asia.
Ally Coffee also said warehouses are planned in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, allowing the company to better connect with the coffee industry in markets across Oceania and Asia.
“We always wanted to reach the Oceania market and planned to go there in 2020, but due to Covid-19 we had to put the idea on hold. We have always viewed this market as a place we wanted to go and we look forward to the opportunity this presents,” said Ricardo Pereira, Chief Operating Officer, Ally Coffee.
Ally Coffee is a green coffee company that markets itself as connecting roasters to specialty coffees from sustainable partnerships. It currently has offices and representatives located in the United States, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Germany, United Kingdom and the Middle East.
Alongside coffee exporters Atlantica Coffee and Cafebras, Ally Coffee is part of the Brazil-based holding company Montesanto Tavares Group.