logo1 logo2 logo3 logo4

Recycle the present, save the future

  • 1
  • 2
  • carousel jquery
  • 4

Useful Links

Mtlexs.com is the World’s first and only database-driven E-Marketplace, dedicated specifically to Non-ferrous metals, leveraging the speed and power of internet. Unlike most of the other marketplaces, Mtlexs helps users match the products perfectly, eliminating the 99% garbage results. visit: http://www.mtlexs.com/
Bureau of International Recycling is the international trade federation representing the world's recycling industry, covering in particular ferrous and non-ferrous metals, paper and textiles. For more information on BIR, visit: http://www.bir.org
Director General Foreign Trade is responsible for the Foreign Trade policy of Government of India. For more information on DGFT. Visit: http://dgft.delhi.nic.in/
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries is an American based association of the reprocessing and recycling industry including, metal, plastics, glass, and rubber . Fore more information on ISRI visit: http://www.isri.org
MRAI is a National Association representing India’s Ferrous and Non-Ferrous metals recycling industry. For more information on MRAI visit: http://www.mrai.org.in
The Ministry of Steel is under the overall charge of the Hon'ble Minister of Steel. For more information on the major activities of the Ministry visit: visit:http://steel.gov.in/
The World Steel Association was founded as the International Iron and Steel Institute on 19 October 1967. It changed its name to World Steel Association on 6 October 2008.Worldsteel is a non-profit organisation with headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. A second office in Beijing, China, opened in April 2006.For more information on Worldsteel Visit: http://www.worldsteel.org/
Bureau of Middle East Recycling (BMR) serves as the regional forum and voice of the recycling industry in the Middle East. It exists as an organization of diverse recycling processors and stockists committed to promoting recycling awareness in the region, transforming handy resources into the industrial raw materials while preserving the natural resources. Visit: http://www.bmr.ae/
EUROFER is located in Brussels and was founded in 1976. It represents 100 per cent of steel production in the European Union. EUROFER members are steel companies and national steel federations throughout the EU. The major steel companies and national steel federations in Switzerland and Turkey are associate members. Visit: http://eurofer.org/
The London Metal Exchange is the world centre for industrial metals trading. The prices discovered on our three trading platforms are used as the global reference price and both the metal and investment communities use the LME to transfer or take on risk, 24 hours a day. Visit: http://lme.com/