As a tropical country, Indonesia is a fertile land for coconut palms. The low lands of its coastal areas from Sumatra in the west and Papua in the east are lined with the swaying slim tall plants.
Almost parts of coconut palms have commercial value – its trees, fruit meat, fibrous husk, the shells and the coconut milk.
Coconut trees are used as raw material for furniture. The fibrous husk could be used as material for furniture, like luxurious car seats, spring beds and geo-textile (GT).