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IDLR USA INC trades commodities in a structured manner in the short term . In long term We plan to own supply and logistics sources. With a global presence we are well positioned to bridge the gap between commodity buyers and suppliers. We believe in giving complete end to end solution and services to our customers . We believe in sharing the knowledge to protect our stakeholder's interests.

We believe in values of creation and innovation .We stand for creating wealth for the society by adopting , encouraging , absorbing and promoting the innovation and creation in business and industry.

We welcome all whatever be their the position in trade , in business , in company or country . We believe in respecting diversity and individual's dignity . We assure the safeguarding of everybody’s interests . We respect confidentiality as well as spirit of transparency.

News Updates

  • NON-FERROUS WEEK IN BRIEF: Zinc climbs to multi-year high; appreciating rand drives manganese ore, ferro-chrome prices higher; traders’ worries mount over Reach status after Brexit
    Metal Bulletin rounds up some of the key news and price moves across the global metal markets this week.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 16/02: Noble alloys, bulk alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys, bulk alloys and ores prices changed on Friday February 16:
  • South32’s earnings soar by 87% at South African manganese division
    South32 recorded a 87% year-on-year increase in earnings before interest and tax (Ebit) for the half year to December 31, 2017 at its South Africa Manganese division.
  • Appreciating rand drives manganese ore, ferro-chrome prices higher
    The South African rand approached a three-year high against the US dollar on Thursday February 15 following the resignation of President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday, after nine years in charge.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 15/02: Most base metals move higher on LME; moly prices fall due to absence of Chinese traders; Boliden to expand Finnish copper-nickel production sites
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Thursday February 15.
  • Molybdic oxide, ferro-molybdenum prices ease amid low key activity
    Spot prices have eased so far this week in European molybdic oxide and ferro-molybdenum trading due to the absence of key world trader China which has had a dampening effect on international markets, sources told Metal Bulletin.
  • Trade log February 2018: Ferro-tungsten, APT
    The latest ferro-tungsten and ammonium paratungstate (APT) transactions, bids, offers and assessments in Europe, Vietnam and China, with blue tungsten oxide (BTO) and yellow tungsten oxide (YTO) deals taken into consideration.
  • TITANIUM SNAPSHOT: Alloy, scrap markets stabilize on trades, thin supply
    Key data from the Wednesday February 14 pricing session in Europe.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 14/02: Noble alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys and ores prices changed on Wednesday February 14:
  • GLOBAL VANADIUM WRAP: Chinese markets quiet ahead of holidays; US, EU markets bolstered by thin inventories
    Chinese vanadium markets flattened last week ahead of the Chinese New Year holiday, while US and European prices continued to be reinforced by falling regional inventories.
  • Umicore 2017 results give reasons for optimism
    Financial results for 2017 at multinational minerals technology company Umicore contained several items that bode well for the future of the Belgium-based company, chief executive officer Marc Grynberg told Industrial Minerals at a media breakfast in London on Monday February 12.
  • Manganese ore production rose 26% in 2017 on growing demand from Asia
    Global manganese ore supply grew by 26% in 2017 to 19.13 million tonnes of manganese units, according to the latest data from the International Manganese Institute (IMnI).
  • GLOBAL TUNGSTEN WRAP: APT, ferro-tungsten prices continue to move higher in Europe; Chinese market winds down ahead of Lunar New Year
    Tungsten prices climbed higher last week in Europe amid tightening spot supply, while the Chinese market has started to wind down ahead of the week-long national holiday for Chinese New Year.
  • GLOBAL FERRO-SILICON WRAP: Chinese market slow before Lunar New Year; Europe eases further while supply tightness supports US prices
    Chinese ferro-silicon prices have been flat over the past week before the Lunar New Year holiday, the European market dropped further amid slow demand and US prices were supported by supply tightness.
  • GLOBAL MANGANESE WRAP: Ore price rally accelerates as consumers stockpile
    Manganese ore prices jumped by as much as 35 cents per lb on Friday February 9, as consumers stockpiled ahead of Chinese New Year in anticipation of further price increases.
  • GLOBAL CHROME WRAP: Chrome prices stable in China as trading winds down for Chinese New Year
    Ferro-chrome prices held in China and chrome ore prices weakened, as spot trading wound down ahead of Chinese New Year, after mills had bought in early.
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