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How to Obtain Coffee Warehouseman License in Kenya by Kenyans247(m): Sat Feb 2020 10:09am
Procedure
Applicants can apply any time within the financial year for consideration and licensing.

Fill the Application for Warehouseman License and attach all the required documents. http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/component/phocadownload/category/16-warehousing-license?download=24:application-for-warehouseman-license

When filling the application form, make sure the information is correct and also indicate whether it is an application for a new license or renewal of a license.

Before submitting your application, make sure you have fulfilled all the requirements set by the Coffee Board of Kenya.

Submit in Person

Submission of applications to the Board by interested persons may be via the e- mail of the Board or by physical delivery to the Board premises in Nairobi or to the Boards County field Offices. http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/license-submission

Submit Online http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/license-submission

Visit APPLY LICENSE page for more information. http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/apply-license-certificate

All new licenses shall take a maximum of 90 days to process in line with the service charter of the Board.

All License renewals are subject to compliance with the terms and conditions and are issued upon payment of the respective license fees.

License application forms are downloadable from the Boards website and fees payable during submission of application forms.

All enquiries should be directed to the Managing Director Coffee Board of Kenya.


Required Documents
A certified copy of certificate of incorporation.
A certified copy of memorandum and articles of association.
A paid up share capital of not less than KSh. 300,000.
Names of company directors, individual National ID/ Passport No, Pin Numbers and certificate of good conduct.
Names and addresses of two business referees.
Names of company directors, individual National ID, Passport No. Pin Numbers and certificate of good conduct.
Tax compliance certificate from Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) for the Company and Directors.
Compliance with Statutory requirements, including but not limited to NEMA Certificate, Safety & Occupational Health Certificate and Local Authority Business Permit.
A certified copy of a comprehensive insurance cover from a reputable firm proportionate to volume of coffee handled as per insurance valuation.
Compliance with minimum specifications as required by Kenya Bureau of Standards KS1052,593,2221,175 (2011) or as amended from time to time.
A sworn affidavit by the applicant of their involvement by themselves, their servants, spouses, next of kin, holding companies, associated companies, or partnerships in the business of commercial dealers, management agents, warehousemen, pulping station or marketing agents.
Undertaking to furnish the Board with monthly stock returns.
Any other requirements that may be prescribed by the Board from time to time.
All applicants under paragraphs A, B ,C D, E, F and G will be subjected to an integrity vetting process and any false information provided by the applicants or other integrity issues will lead to prosecution and cancellation of the license

Office Locations & Contacts
The Managing Director
Coffee Plaza
Exchange Lane
Off Haile Selassie Avenue
P.O. Box 30566-00100, Nairobi
Office Cell: +254 315755 / 342717
Direct Line: +254 342353
Mobile: +254 710670026 / 788109426
Coffee Board of Kenya County field Offices http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/license-submission

Coffee Board of Kenya
Coffee Plaza Building, 10th Floor
Haile Selassie Avenue
PO BOX 30566 - 00100
Nairobi, Kenya
Phone: +254 20 342717, +254 20 342358
Mobile: 0710 670 026, 0788109426
Send an email http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/aboutcbk/contact-us
Website: http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke
View directions http://www.businesslicense.or.ke/index.php/license/googlemap?office_type=1&id=16

Eligibility
Persons interested to ware house coffee for commercial gain.



Fees
Application Fee: Kshs 1000/=


Validity
One Year



Documents to Use
Application for Warehouseman License http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/component/phocadownload/category/16-warehousing-license?download=24:application-for-warehouseman-license

Processing Time
90 days

Instructions
The applicant should provide:

A certified copy of certificate of incorporation/or registration.
A certified copy of memorandum and articles of association.
A statement listing the names of holding companies, associated companies or partnership, in which the applicant has interest (if any).
Names and addresses of two business referees.


Required Information
Name of applicant
Address
Registered office
Building
Street
Town/City
L.R. No.
Date of Incorporation
Registration No
Name of Company
Physical Address
Location of the principal office
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Details of the capital structure
Nominal capital Kshs
Paid up capital Kshs.
Full names, addresses and occupations of the directors
Branch Office(s) if any
Address
Building
Street
Town/City
L.R. No.
Telephone
Fax
E-mail

Need for the Document
A Warehouseman License authorizes the license holder to ware house coffee for commercial gain.

Warehouseman means a person who conducts a ware-house where coffee is handled and stored for reward.



Information which might help
Coffee board of Kenya is the industry regulator of the Kenyan Coffee industry. Among its functions is to carry out licensing of coffee nurseries, growers, pulping stations, millers, marketing agents, management agents, buyers, roasters, packers, warehousemen and auctioneers to ensure adherence to standards.

To this endeavour the board has put in place measures and procedures for applicants to follow for one to be licensed as an industry player.

Terms and conditions

A Warehouseman License shall not be transferable
A Warehouseman holder shall remit returns to the Board at such frequency and such format as prescribed by the Board
A Warehouseman holder shall be renewable by 30th June of every year upon payment of the renewal fees
A Warehouseman License holder shall facilitate inspections whenever conducted
A Warehouseman License shall comply with the national coffee standards and industry code of practice
A Warehouseman License shall maintain records at premises
The Board reserves the right to withdraw a certificate/ license

External Links
Coffee Warehouseman License http://www.businesslicense.or.ke/index.php/license/details/id/338

Coffee Board of Kenya http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/

The Coffee Act, Cap 333 http://kenyalaw.org/kl/fileadmin/pdfdownloads/RepealedStatutes/Coffee_Act__Cap_333_.doc

Guidelines for Coffee License Applications http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/guidelines-for-coffee-licence-applications

Service Charter http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/aboutcbk/introduction/service-charter?download=2:service-charter

Warehouseman License http://www.coffeeboardkenya.co.ke/index.php/apply-license-certificate

Others
The Coffee Board of Kenya is the apex body for the coffee industry, established in 1934 after the enactment of the coffee industry ordinance in 1933. The Board was charged with the responsibility to carry out regulation and marketing of coffee. The auctions as a mode of selling Kenya coffee was established in 1934 and created in 1935 to enhance quality assessment through the grading. This role has changed over time through various amendments to the law. In 2001, the coffee Act cap 333 was repeated and the coffee Act No. 9 of 2001 enacted, establishing the Board as a statutory body under the Ministry of Agriculture, solely to regulate the coffee industry.

The object and purpose for which the Board is established is to promote competition in the coffee industry, production, processing and value addition including branding of Kenya coffee locally and internationally, and generally to regulate the coffee industry in the public interest. The following general objectives form the basis for the Boards activities:

To formulate policies and rules to regulate and develop the coffee industry in the consultation with the Ministry of Agriculture.
To carry out registration and licensing of coffee nurseries, growers, pulping stations, millers, marketing agents, management agents, buyers, roasters, packers, warehousemen and auctioneers to ensure adherence to standards.
Provide advisory services related to coffee production and quality enhancement.
Collect, collate, analyze data, maintain a database on the coffee industry and document and monitor it through registration of persons dealing with coffee.
Advise and guide Coffee Research Foundation in the carrying out of research in all matters related to the coffee industry.
Representing the Government

Source https://www.wikiprocedure.com/index.php?title=Kenya_-_Obtain_Coffee_Warehouseman_License

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