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Green Coffee Trader Ally Coffee Opens UK Warehouse

Ally Coffee US Office – Credit Ally Coffee

The “Moving Coffee Forward” mural at the Ally Coffee headquarters in Greenville, South Carolina. Courtesy photo.

Greenville, South Carolina-based green coffee trader Ally Coffee has expanded its network of green coffee warehouses, adding its first location in the UK.

The new warehouse is designed to more conveniently serve roasters throughout the UK and Ireland through a warehousing partnership with Vollers UK in the town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, England.

Bury St Edmunds

A view of Bury St Edmunds, home to Vollers UK. Photo by Andy Abbot, courtesy of Ally Coffee.

Ally Coffee, which has been in business since 2013 and is part of the Brazil-based Montesanto Tavares Group of companies, says the location will initially carry coffees from Colombia and Brazil — including Brazilian “Paubrasil” coffees that are part of Ally’s origin-specific Core line of coffees — as well as some microlot greens.

“Coffees from Costa Rica and Ethiopia will be the next to follow, going afloat over the next few months,” the company said in an announcement of the new warehouse, which joins other Ally warehouses through various other logistics partnerships in Germany (Hamburg), the UAE (Dubai), Canada (Toronto) and the United States (New Jersey, South Carolina, Oakland and Los Angeles).


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Interesting that a green coffee trader from Greenville SC has chosen Bury St. Edmunds – the home of Greene King beer brewers

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