Cobalt Trading and Supply
Through our strategic cooperation and stable market access in Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, we aim to secure long term supply of cobalt for global clients.
Cobalt is one of the three naturally occurring magnetic metals in addition to iron and nickel. Cobalt has the highest curie point of all metals at 1,121 oC (the temperature above which a ferromagnetic material loses its ferromagnetism).
Our trading and supply of cobalt is concentrated on sourcing primarily from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. The main source of cobalt accounting for approximately 85% of annual production globally, is as a byproduct of nickel mining (about 48%) and copper mining (about 37%). Some 15% of cobalt is produced primarily from various metallic-lustered ores, for example cobaltite, erythrite and skutterudite. Cobalt is predominantly used in the preparation of magnetic, corrosion and wear-resistant high performance alloys.
We focus on clients from diverse industries including alloys, battery manufacturers, manufacturers of cobalt acetate and other cobalt compounds used as catalysts in chemical reactions, radioisotopes and electroplating among others
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