Divine Vision Farmers

LETS TALK ABOUT YOUR IDEAS

No Rubber No Nation
No Nation No Rubber

Vision:

To improve the economy of Nigeria and secure global relevance through total exploration of the rubber value chain.

Mission:

To provide a platform for the provision of employment opportunities for many youths who will be engaged in the development of the rubber value chain.

Our Core VAlues

Customer Oriented | Transparency | Quality Leadership | Integrity | Team Work | Excellence

FROM THE CEO/MD

A recent survey reveals that Nigeria ranks second in the plantation of rubber after Cote d’Ivoire and ranks 13th globally.
The Nigerian government needs to improve its efforts to support the increase in rubber production to diversify the country’s revenue base particularly now that our oil is becoming more and more unpopular in the automobile industry across the world. Rubber production can replace petroleum as the highest revenue income

The good news is that Nigeria has a vast land area that supports the cultivation of rubber which virtually all states in the southern part of Nigeria supports rubber plantation.

Nigeria has the potential to be the highest rubber producer in Africa with adequate government support. Natural rubber can also replace petroleum products as the highest revenue-generating resource.
It is on this note that it is considered highly imperative for the government to create an enabling environment for the business. A situation where African contributed 7.5% of global rubber needs is not acceptable

Oluwatosin Jeremiah

Chairman/CEO

OUR SERVICES

We Provide excellent services
for Everyone

Currently still in plantation stage and hope to quickly establish its processing plants by the third year and have all structure in place as it has secured sufficient land for the purpose. The Company is still its infantile and will soon grow to maturity before long.

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Rubber Packaging

Rubber Waste Management

Rubber
by-product utilization

Rubber Exportation:

Rubber Plantation Management

Rubber Trading

OUR RUBBER LAND

7,000 hectares of land for rubber cultivation at Ila-Orangun, Ora Igbomina and Epe communities in the south-west region of Nigeria.