Raw Material


Copper has a wide range of applications because of its many useful properties. It is malleable, durable, strong and heat resistant. It is also one of the most efficient conductors of electricity and heat.
Copper is used to manufacture copper wire, copper products and copper alloy products. Copper wire and cable is used for or formed into general industrial cable, utility power cable, telecommunications cable, insulated wire and winding wire for electrical motors. Copper wire and cable is also used in heating and air conditioning systems, plumbing, roofing and brass fittings.


Gold bars are pure 24 carat gold (999.9) and are manufactured by London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) approved refiners.
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Iron Ore

Iron ore is a vital raw material in the production of steel, one of the most essential materials for modern infrastructure, construction, and manufacturing. It is a naturally occurring mineral with high iron content, typically extracted from the ground through mining operations.

Iron ore exists in various forms, including hematite, magnetite, limonite, and siderite, each with different iron concentrations and properties. Once mined, the ore is processed to extract the iron content, which is then used in blast furnaces to produce molten iron. This molten iron can be further refined into steel through various alloying processes.

With its versatility and abundance, iron ore plays a crucial role in numerous industries worldwide, driving economic growth and development. From building skyscrapers to manufacturing automobiles, iron ore is an indispensable component of modern society’s infrastructure and everyday life.



Zinc is currently the fourth most widely consumed metal in the world after iron, aluminum, and copper. It has strong anticorrosive properties and bonds well with other metals. Consequently, about one-half of the zinc that is produced is used in zinc galvanizing, which is the process of adding thin layers of zinc to iron or steel to prevent rusting.

The next leading use of zinc is as an alloy; the zinc is combined with copper (to form brass) and with other metals to form materials that are used in automobiles, electrical components, and household fixtures. A third significant use of zinc is in the production of zinc oxide (the most important zinc chemical by production volume), which is used in rubber manufacturing and as a protective skin ointment.