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FERROUS SCRAPS

Ferrous metals are able to be recycled, with steel being one of the recycled materials in the world. Ferrous metals contain an appreciable percentage of iron and the addition of carbon and other substances creates steel. The steel industry has been actively recycling for more than 150 years ago, in large part because it is economically advantageous to do so. It is cheaper to recycle steel than to mine iron ore and manipulate it through the production process to form new steel. Steel does not lose any of its inherent physical properties during the time of recycling process and has drastically reduced energy & material requirements compared with refinement from iron ore. The energy saved by recycling reduces the annual energy consumption of the industry by about 75%, which is enough to power eighteen million homes for one year.

According to the compiled customer’s information, ferrous scrap imports in 2017 at 2.04 MnT by 34 steel industries, in 2018 at 2.48 MnT by 37 steel industries and in 2019 at 3.88 MnT by 47 steel industries.

At present, the current steel production capacity is estimated to be around 7 – 7.5 MnT and it can be said that at least another 3-4 MnT of steel producing capacity will be added in the next few years on the back of aggressive expansion plans of leading steelmakers. The demand for steel in Bangladesh is mainly driven by infrastructure projects in commercial, housing, and public sector. A lot of development work is going on across the country and infrastructural development is one of them. The country is moving forward by all means with a view to applying to the United Nations for its recognition as a ‘Developing Country’ after fulfilling the criteria set by the UN in 2018. If we consider 8% GDP growth, it means at least 16% growth indication for the steel sector in the coming years. Per capita consumption of steel in Bangladesh has seen a significant rise and almost doubled in 5-6 years to 45 kg in 2017. As per estimates, per capita steel consumption may rise to 73 kg by 2022. A lot of infrastructural work, along with mega government projects, is running in the country and it would take another 4 – 5 years to finish them. So the demand for steel will be there in the future.

  • HMS 1 & 2
  • SHARED HMS
  • NO. 1 BUSHELLING
  • NO . 1 BUNDLES
  • NO. 2 BUNDLES
  • LMS BUNDLE
  • SHREDDED STEEL 211
  • PLATE AND STRUCTURAL STEEL (P&S)
  • BLUE STEEL / OXICUT
  • SKELETON / PROFILE SCRAP
  • NTP

NON – FERROUS SCRAPS

Non Ferrous metals are able to be recycled, with steel being one of the recycled materials in the world. The Nonferrous Metal Recycling industry recovers nonferrous metals from scrap and reprocesses them into inputs for downstream manufacturers. Nonferrous metals, including aluminum, copper, lead, gold and silver, are able to maintain their chemical and physical properties throughout the recycling process, enabling them to be recycled an infinite number of times, continues to demonstrate the energy efficiencies and cost benefits of using recycled metals in industrial production, manufacturers have increasingly replaced raw primary materials with reprocessed inputs

  • ALUMINUM
  • BRASS
  • COPPER
  • LEAD
  • NICKEL
  • MIXED METALS

STEEL

Flat bars are flat, rectangular sections with square edges varying in size including slabs, hot rolled coil, cold rolled coil, and heavy plate. This large share is mainly attributed to its increasing applications in the packaging, home appliances, and electronics industries. They are extensively used in the manufacturing of door & window hoods, wall ornaments, refrigerators, steel drums, steel furniture, dry batteries, automobiles, washing machines, gutters, downspouts, and roof ornaments, among others. The flat products are commonly used in industries such as automobile, domestic appliances, ship building, and construction.

  • ETP SHEETS
  • ETP COILS
  • EG COILS
  • HOT ROLL COILS
  • HOT ROLL SHEETS
  • TFS COILS AND MANY MORE

REFRACTORY MATERIALS

Refractories are heat resistant materials used in almost all processes involving high temperatures and/or corrosive environment. These are typically used to insulate and protect industrial furnaces and vessels due to their excellent resistance to heat, chemical attack and mechanical damage. Any failure of refractory could result in a great loss of production time, equipment, and sometimes the product itself. The various types of refractories also influence the safe operation, energy consumption and product quality; therefore, obtaining refractories best suited to each application is of supreme importance.

Refractories are inorganic, nonmetallic, porous and heterogeneous materials composed of thermally stable mineral aggregates, a binder phase and additives. The principal raw materials used in the production of refractories are: the oxides of silicon, aluminum, magnesium, calcium and zirconium and some non-oxide refractories like carbides, nitrides, borides, silicates and graphite. The main types include fire-clay bricks, castables, ceramic fiber, and insulating bricks that are made in varying combinations and shapes for diverse applications. The value of refractories is judged not merely by the cost of material itself, but by the nature of the job and/or its performance in a particular situation. Atmosphere, temperature, and the materials in contact are some of the operating factors that determine the composition of refractory materials.

Use of Refractories:
Refractories are used by the metallurgy industry in the internal linings of furnaces, kilns, reactors and other vessels for holding and transporting metal and slag. In non-metallurgical industries, the refractories are mostly installed on fired heaters, hydrogen reformers, ammonia primary and secondary reformers, cracking furnaces, incinerators, utility boilers, catalytic cracking units, coke calciner, sulfur furnaces, air heaters, ducting, stacks, etc. Majority of these listed equipment operate under high pressure, and operating temperature can vary from very low to very high (approximately 900°F to 2900°F). The refractory materials are therefore needed to withstand temperatures over and above these temperatures.

  • REFRACTORY MATERIALS FOR CONVERTER
  • REFRACTORY MATERIALS FOR EAF
  • REFRACTORY MATERIALS FOR LADLE
  • REFRACTORY MATERIAL FOR TUNDISH
  • WORK LINING BRICKS FOR CEMENT ROTARY KILN
  • WORKING LINING BRICKS FOR GLASS KILN
  • MAGNESIA CHROME BRICK FOR NONE-FERROUS FURNACE
  • HIGH ALUMINA BRICKS
  • CCM (CAUSTIC CALCINED MAGNESIA)
  • FM (FUSED MAGNESIA)
  • DBM (DEAD BURN MAGNESIA)
  • QUARTZITE POWDER

GRAPHITE ELECTRODE

Graphite electrodes are used in EAF and LF for steel production, ferroalloy production, silicon metal production and smelting processes. The tip of these electrodes can reach up to 3000oC, which is approximately half the temperature of the sun

The graphite electrode is mainly made of petroleum coke and needle coke, and the coal bitumen is used as a binder. It is made by calcination, compounding, kneading, pressing, roasting, graphitization and machining. It is to discharge electric energy in the form of electric arc in the EAF. We have available source of supply best quality of GE from China, India, Japan and Europe from the world’s leading and best producers.

  • RP GRAPHITE ELECTRODES
  • HP GRAPHITE ELECTRODES
  • UHP GRAPHITE ELECTRODES

FERRO ALLOYS

Ferro Alloys have been developed to improve the properties of steels and alloys by introducing specific alloying elements in desirable quantities in the most feasible technical and economic way. Ferroalloys are namely alloys of one or more alloying elements with iron, employed to add chemical elements into molten metal. Not a single steel grade is produce without ferroalloys. Various ferroalloys are use in the steel-making process to improve the performance of steel as industrial materials. Traditionally, additive alloys were developed in the form of iron alloys which became known as ferroalloys due to their high iron content.

  • FERRO MANGANESE
  • FERRO SILICO MANGANESE
  • FERRO SILICON

SPONGE IRON

Sponge iron is a metallic product produced through direct reduction of iron ore in the solid state. It is a substitute for scrap and is mainly used in making steel through the secondary route. The process of sponge iron making aims to remove the oxygen from iron ore. The quality of sponge iron is primarily ascertained by the percentage of metallization (removal of oxygen), which is the ratio of metallic iron to the total iron present in the product.

Sponge iron manufacture is highly sensitive to raw material characteristics. Therefore, it is essential to examine the chemical and physical characteristics of raw materials, both individually and in combination. The basic raw materials for the production of sponge iron are iron ore, non-coking coal and dolomite. Sizing of the Raw materials also play vital role in sponge iron manufacturing process. The required size of Iron ore, MPS (Mean particle size) , its physical properties like T.I., A.I. & chemical properties like Fe (T), LOI, gangue content In Sponge Iron Process , two types of coal are being used such as feed coal and injection coal.

DIRECT REDUCED IRON (DRI)

Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) is the product of the direct reduction of iron ore in the solid state by carbon monoxide and hydrogen derived from natural gas or coal.

POLYMERS

In today's world, we are surrounded by plastics, also known as plastic resins / polymers that is primary form.

Plastic resins are creating by heating hydrocarbons in a process known as the "cracking process." The goal is to break down the larger molecules into ethylene or propylene, which come from the crude oil refining process or other types of hydrocarbons. The amount of these two compounds produced will depend on the cracking temperature used.

Following the completion of the cracking process, the compounds are form into chains known as polymers. Each different polymer is combined to make the plastic resin that has the characteristics for various applications that in turn make the bottles, containers, closures, and caps for your products. Different polymers are combining to make plastic resins that have the characteristics needed for different applications. Once the plastic resins have been formed, they are used to make many different kinds of products. The appropriate type of plastic resin is selected to make the particular type of product needed.

One type of plastic resin, known as polyethylene terephthalate, is used to make products like soft drink bottles, bottles, and waste containers. High-density Polyethylene is used to make milk jugs, bottles for vitamins, and film containers. The plastic wrap that you use in your home to keep food fresh is made from vinyl/polyvinyl chloride. Plastic bags, garment bags, and netting is manufactured from low-density polyethylene. Many products that are familiar to us are made from thermoplastics. This is a very versatile material that softens when heated. It can then be molded into various shapes. Colors may be added as desired, depending on the application. Other additives are used to make the product resistant to damage from heat, light, or bacteria.

  • HOMOPOLYMERS (PPHP)
  • IMPACT COPOLYMERS (PPCP)
  • RANDOM COPOLYMERS (PPRC)
  • POLYETHYLENE (PE)
  • HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (HDPE)
  • LOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (LDPE)
  • LINEAR LOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (LLDPE)
  • METALLOCENE-POLYETHYLENE (MPE)
  • POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC)
  • POLYETHYLENE TEREPHTHALATE (PET)
  • POLYSTYRENE (PS)
  • GENERAL PURPOSE POLYSTYRENE (GPPS)
  • HIGH IMPACT POLYSTYRENE (HIPS)
  • EXPANDABLE POLYSTYRENE (EPS)
  • ACRYLONITRILE BUTADIENE STYRENE (ABS)
  • ETHYLENE VINYL ACETATE (EVA)
  • POLYCARBONATE (PC)
  • POLYPROPYLENE(PP)
  • MEDIUM DENSITY POLYETHYLENE(MDPE)
  • STYRENE ACRYLONITRILE(SAN)
  • POLY BUTYLENE TEREPHTHALATE(PET)

INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS

Industrial chemicals are produce in huge quantities and are critical ingredients for products used by both industry and the general consumer. The chemical raw materials derived from oil (petrochemicals), basic inorganics and intermediates for chemical processes. We provide comprehensive consulting support for developing and implementing the regulatory compliance strategies for new and existing products. Our services relate to new product introductions, data development, as well as validation of compliance of existing products with local and global regulations, delivered with Total Quality Assurance.

  • TI02
  • PRECIPITATED SILICA
  • TALC
  • STABLE BLEACHING POWDER
  • POLY ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE
  • CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE
  • PHOSPHORIC ACID
  • SODA ASH
  • CAUSTIC SODA
  • ENZYMES
  • GLAUBER SALT
  • HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
  • PENETROS 50
  • SOFTENER
  • FIXING AGENT
  • DYES
  • DETERGENT
  • BARLLI

ORES & MINERALS

  • FERRO MANGANESE
  • CHROME ORE
  • IRON ORE
  • MANGANESE ORE
  • MAGNETITE
  • LIME STONE
  • GYPSUM
  • LOW CARBON FERRO CHROME

PLASTIC ADDITIVES

  • PLASTIC LUBRICANT - GMS,EBS,PETS, PE WAX,G-60,G-70S
  • ANTI SHRINKING FOR EPE FOAM DMG/GMS
  • PLASTIC ANTI-FOG, ANTI-DRIP ADDITIVES,
  • SLIPPING AGENT - ERUCAMIDE, OLEAMIDE.
  • ANTISTATIC
  • MASTER BATCH DISPERSION AGENT
  • STABILIZERS, ZINC STEARATE, ZINC CALCIUM
  • TEARATE, MAGNCIUM STEARATE PVC PROCESSING AID, MODIFIER: CPE, ACR,MBS ETC.

OTHERS MATERIAL

  • CALCIUM CARBIDE (CAC2) SIZE : 5-25 MM, 25-50MM, 50-80MM GAS YIELD 285 / 295 L/KG
  • GAS CYLINDERS: SEAMLESS GAS CYLINDERS ACETYLENE GAS CYLINDER HELIUM BALLOON TANK SEAMLESS GAS CYLINDERS
  • AMMONIUM NITRATE (NH4NO3)
  • WIRE ROD (JIS G 3503 SWRY 11 GRADE)
  • INDYSTRIAL TOOLS & MACHENARIES

GARMENTS & APPARELS SOURCING

The Textile and Clothing Industries provide the single source of growth in Bangladesh’s rapidly developing economy. Exports of textiles and garments are the principal source of foreign exchange earnings. By 2002 exports of textiles, clothing, and readymade garments (RMG) accounted for 77% of Bangladesh’s total merchandise exports. In 1972, the World Bank approximated the gross domestic product (GDP) of Bangladesh at USD 6.29 billion and it grew to USD 173.82 billion by 2014, with USD 31.2 billion of that generated by exports, 82% of which was ready-made garments. As of 2016 Bangladesh held the 2nd place in producing garments just after China.

Bangladesh is the world’s second-largest apparel exporter of western (fast) fashion brands. Sixty percent of the export contracts of western brands are with European buyers and about forty percent with American buyers. Only 5% of textile factories are owned by foreign investors, with most of the production being controlled by local investors. In the financial year 2016-2017 the RMG industry generated US$28.14 billion, which was 80.7% of the total export earnings in exports and 12.36% of the GDP; the industry was also taking on green manufacturing practices.

Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) is a recognized trade body that represents export oriented garment manufacturers and garment exporters of the country. The fundamental objective of BGMEA is to establish a healthy business environment for a close and mutually beneficial relationship between manufacturers, exporters and importers, thereby ensuring steady growth in the foreign exchange earnings of the country.

Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) is a recognized trade body that represents export oriented garment manufacturers and garment exporters of the country. The fundamental objective of BGMEA is to establish a healthy business environment for a close and mutually beneficial relationship between manufacturers, exporters and importers, thereby ensuring steady growth in the foreign exchange earnings of the country.

Bangladesh is one of the major countries in the world who is exporting ready-made garments all over the world and giving all kind of support to his buyer & customer/retailer. Here buyers get competitive price due to less CM, better Quality, and get tax & vat compensation against GSP/SAFTA/CO facility.

We pleased to introduce ourselves as a reliable Sourcing House of Handicraft, Hosiery Clips, Fabric & Accessories in Bangladesh market. We started our journey as a Trading House / Sourcing Agent and giving better support to all of our Buyers & Suppliers in our market and internationally. We continuously strive to sourcing and marketing all kind of apparel items from wellmade tailor’s garment: elegant, stylish, long lasting and perfect!

NATURAL JUTE FIBER & BAG SOURCING

Known as the ‘Golden Fiber’ jute is one of the longest and most used natural fiber for various textile applications.

Plant Jute is extracted from the bark of the white jute plant (Corchorus capsularis) and to a lesser extent from tossa jute (C. olitorius). It is a natural fiber with golden and silky shine and hence called the Golden Fiber. Jute is an annual crop taking about 120 days (April/May-July/August) to grow.

It thrives in tropical lowland areas with humidity of 60% to 90%. Jute is a rain-fed crop with little need for fertilizer or pesticides. Yields are about 2 tonnes of dry jute fiber per hectare. Jute is one of the most affordable natural fibers and considered second only to cotton in amount produced and variety of uses of vegetable fibers.

Fiber Jute is long, soft and shiny, with a length of 1 to 4 m and a diameter of from 17 to 20 microns. Jute fibers are composed primarily of the plant materials cellulose (major component of plant fiber) and lignin (major components of wood fiber). The fiber can be extracted by either biological or chemical retting processes. Given the expense of using chemicals to strip the fiber from the stem biological processes are more widely practices. Biological retting can be done by either by stack, steep and ribbon processes which involve different techniques of bundling jute stems together and soaking in water to help separate the fibers from the stem before stripping. After the retting process, stripping begins. In the stripping process, non-fibrous matter is scraped off, leaving the fibers to be pulled out from within the stem.

Environmental Benefits Jute fibers is 100% bio-degradable and recyclable and thus environmentally friendly. A hectare of jute plants consumes about 15 tonnes of carbon dioxide and releases 11 tonnes of oxygen. Cultivating jute in crop rotations enriches the fertility of the soil for the next crop. Jute also does not generate toxic gases when burnt.

Uses of Jute Jute is a versatile fiber, During the Industrial Revolution, jute yarn largely replaced flax and hemp fiber in sackcloth. Today, sacking still makes up the bulk of manufactured jute products. A key feature of jute is its ability to be used either independently or blended with a range of other fiber and materials. While jute is being replaced by synthetic materials in many of these uses, some take advantage of jute’s biodegradable nature, where synthetics would be unsuitable. Examples of such uses include containers for planting young trees, geo textiles for soil and erosion control where application is designed to break down after sometime and no removal required. Advantages of jute include good insulating and antistatic properties, as well as having low thermal conductivity and moderate moisture retention.

Textiles The major manufactured products from jute fibre are: Yarn and twine, sacking, hessian, carpet backing cloth and as well as for other textile blends. It has high tensile strength, low extensibility, and ensures better breathability of fabrics. The fiber are woven into curtains, chair coverings, carpets and area rugs and are also often blended with other fiber, both synthetic and natural. The finest threads can be separated out and made into imitation silk. Jute can also be blended with wool. By treating jute with caustic soda, crimp, softness, pliability, and appearance is improved, aiding in its ability to be spun with wool.

Packaging Jute is extensively used for sacking for agriculture goods as well as being used increasingly in rigid packaging and reinforced plastic and is replacing wood in pulp and paper.

By-products Diversified by-products from jute include its use in cosmetics, medicine, paints, and other products. Jute sticks are used as fuelling and fencing materials in the rural areas of jute producing countries. These are good substitute for forest wood and bamboo for production of particle boards, pulp and paper.

Producers Jute is a product of South Asia and specifically a product of Bangladesh and India. About 95% of world jute is grown in these two south Asian countries. Nepal and Myanmar also produce a small amount of jute. Pakistan, although it does not produce much, imports a substantial amount of raw jute, mainly from Bangladesh, for processing.

Production & Trade Jute production fluctuates, influenced by weather conditions and prices. Annual output in the last decade ranges from 2.5 to 3.2 million tonnes, on a par with wool. India and Bangladesh account for about 60% and 30%, respectively, of the world’s production., Bangladesh exports nearly 40% as raw fiber, and about 50% as manufactured items. India exports nearly 200 000 tonnes of jute products, the remainder being consumed domestically.

Market Outlook As the demand for natural fiber blends increases, the demand for jute and other natural fiber that can be blended with cotton is expected to increase. Jute’s profile in the textile industry has expanded beyond traditional applications and is being used in various higher value textiles for furnishings as well as in composites particularly as a wood fiber. Although currently diversified jute products account for a small percentage of total consumption this segment could expand rapidly with further investment in resources and expertise. In terms of conservation agriculture, jute also has a set role and is now accepted as an environmental, cost effective material for various soil applications.