What we do
Bringing efficiency to complex supply chains
At the heart of global supply, Trafigura connects producers and consumers of vital commodities - efficiently, reliably and responsibly. Across our global network, we deploy infrastructure, logistics and our deep understanding of markets to supply the resources needed to power and build the world.
Assets And Investments
Our business is supported by key assets and investments
Trafigura invests in assets and entities that help facilitate the supply, processing and transportation of physical commodities and energy around the world.
Impala Terminals facilitates the global trade of commodities by offering producers and consumers reliable and efficient access to international markets. Through its network of more than 45 strategically located assets and operations in 29 countries, Impala Terminals provides critical storage and logistics infrastructure services to energy and dry bulk customers around the world. The company manages two global businesses – Impala Terminals Energy Infrastructure and Impala Terminals Dry Bulk & Logistics - and is a joint venture between Trafigura and global fund manager, IFM Investors.
Puma Energy is a global energy company supplying emerging markets. Downstream business segments include fuels, aviation, lubricants and bitumen. The company has close to 2,000 retail sites and is present at over 100 airports. Its infrastructure business includes a network of over 80 storage terminals.
TFG Marine is an international supplier of marine fuels. The company is an alliance between Trafigura and shipping companies Frontline and Golden Ocean. The company provides modern, simplified and transparent services that bridge every stage of the bunkering process, supplying customers with over 10 million metric tonnes of marine fuels annually from strategic hubs across the world.
Nala Renewables is a global power and renewable energy joint-venture formed in 2020 by Trafigura, IFM Investors. By 2025, Nala Renewables aims to build a portfolio of renewable energy projects with a cumulative generative capacity of four gigawatts to be in operation, construction, or late-stage development. The company already owns and is developing assets in Europe, Latin America and the US.
H2 Energy Europe
H2 Energy Europe aims to play an active role in reducing climate change by making green hydrogen a cornerstone of the energy system. H2 Energy AG was the first company worldwide to deliver hydrogen fuel cell trucks to commercial users through a pay-per-use business model. In 2020, Trafigura invested in H2 Energy and formed a joint venture to build hydrogen ecosystems in Europe.
Lobito Atlantic Railway
We are part of a consortium that has been awarded a 30-year concession to operate the 1,300km Lobito railway, which runs across Angola to the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. After investment, the railway will provide a quicker western route to market for minerals and metals produced in the Congolese Copperbelt. The upgraded railway line will also help bring vital goods and resources into the region and support business development and commercial activity along the route.
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