Ngip Agmark Group of Companies

NGIP Agmark is a diversified agri-business based in Papua New Guinea operating plantations, coastal shipping, hardware, machinery, trucking, agricultural supply businesses.

NGIP Agmark is Papua New Guinea’s leading cocoa company, the country’s largest cocoa grower, trader and exporter. It is headquartered in Kokopo, East New Britain Province a part of the world unique for its peaceful, tropical vibrancy and diverse environments (active volcanos, magnificent diving, luxuriant rainforest, pristine rivers).

From this exotic base the company trades more than 60% of PNG’s cocoa into Asia, China, the USA and Europe shipping directly to the world’s largest chocolate manufacturers. It is also involved with the marketing and trading of a range of other agricultural commodities including vanilla, copra, essential oils, chillies,

Cocoa as the core business

We are proud to be the largest cocoa grower, trader and exporter of PNG cocoa.
Cocoa is grown on our own plantations in East New Britain, aswell as on plantations managed by others.

Cocoa is also purchased from large and small producers country wide. We strive to service communities with a comprehensive network of buying points and agents. These buying points deliver into strategically located warehouses in Talina, Rabaul, Kokopau, Buka, Kimbe, Kavieng, Namatanai Lae, Madang, Wewak and Popendetta.

We trade and export approximately 70% of PNG's cocoa crop. Significantly for PNG, all of our customers represent high end cocoa users with the cocoa finding its way into many brands of popular chocolate throughout the world.

OUR business

Transport, stevedoring, agencies
Agmark Computers
Agmark Machinary
Agmark Gurias

New Guinea Islands Produce Company Limited

  • New Guinea Islands Produce Company Limited (NGIP) originated from the Tolai Cocoa Project (TCP), which was established in 1955 at the behest of four Tolai Local Government Councils.
  • The company was set up as a co-operative buying venture to by small holder cocoa on East New Britain.
  • It was a large venture operating 18 fermentries and processing 1510 tonnes of dry cocoa in 1965.