Physical traders’ practical understanding of sourcing, blending and moving commodities promotes market competitiveness.
Trading physical commodities integrates in-depth market knowledge with operational decisions on sourcing, grading and logistics.
Our portfolio of strategic industrial assets and investments supports core trading activities.
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We source, store and blend oil and petroleum products and transport them around the globe to meet specific customer needs.
Our global trading activities in refined metals, concentrates, coal and iron ore are brought together in our non-ferrous and bulk division.
We manage a global fleet of over 40 vessels. Our Shipping and Chartering Department trades dry and wet cargo contracts on international markets.
We source, store, blend and deliver energy products and raw materials to customers around the world.
We negotiate off-take agreements with oil producers, refiners, mining companies and smelters. We source product in the spot and forward physical markets.
Our Exploration and Mining Group investments have strong synergies with our non-ferrous and bulk commodities trading business.
We store petroleum products at Puma Energy facilities and term-lease and spot-lease tankage around the globe.
We store non-ferrous and bulk commodities at Impala, our global warehousing and logistics subsidiary.
We blend physical commodities to regional, market and customer specifications.
We blend petroleum products in terminals across the world. Our wholly-owned subsidiary Impala blends non-ferrous and bulk commodities at multiple warehousing facilities.
We operate an efficient, safe and high quality logistics network. We move commodities by barge, truck, rail and pipeline, by dry cargo vessels and by tankers.
Our Shipping and Chartering Department acts as a service centre to our trading desks. It charters freight on modern, double-hulled vessels at competitive rates. It manages risk with freight derivatives and trades physical freight with third parties.