Aluminium alloy ingots

Our company is one of the leading sources for imported alloy ingots into India from Thailand. Our volumes increased by 100% and more y-o-y due to the growth in the automobile industry in India since 2003.

Our suppliers can offer regular grades such as ADC12, AlSi132, LM9, LM25, AC4B as well as grades specific to the customers’ requirements.

DAP 

We had a breakthrough in 1997 to supply a small quantity of 30,000 Metric Tons (MTs) in a single shipment of high value complex fertilizer DAP. The following year, 1998, we exhibited our potential to our supplier by handling 100,000 Metric Tons of DAP and which increased further to shipments totalling 320,000 MTs in 1999. The market for imports of fertilizers particularly DAP turned bearish during the year 2000 due to excess stock and reduction subsidies to importers. In spite of this change, we sold approximately 60,000 MTs during 2000. After which our sales fluctuated based on the requirements of the Indian market and the government subsidies to the the fertilizer industry.

Urea

prilled/granular of Black Sea or China origin was sold to state trading agencies of India. Kliss was involved in the first cargo of 25,000 tonnes of Prilled Urea from China to Visakhapatnam port, East Coast of India.

Sesame Seeds 

A bulk shipment of sesame seeds in 50kg jute bags was organised by Kliss from various local suppliers on behalf of a large Indian indenting house and shipped to Guatemala.

 

Shredded Scrap in BulkFerrous Scrap

Shredded Scrap (Grade 211 as per ISRI) and HMS 1&2; we represent one of the largest recyclers in Europe in southern India for bulk and container shipments. The highest volume reached in one year was in 2001, when 16 shipments of 30,000 Mts each was executed to the ports of Chennai and Cochin in southern India, a first for Kliss and our principal to southern India and for the port of Cochin to receive scrap cargo.

We also represent scrap traders who source HMS 1&2, re-rollable scrap, LMS and others from Middle East/Africa shipped in containers.

Prilled Crude, Yellow SulphurSulphur

Yellow prilled/granular sulphur in bulk for fertiliser manufacturers in India; the commodity was sourced from Middle East and used by our customers for production of sulphuric acid to make various fertilisers.

Mild Steel Billets

In small quantities, we had supplied billets in containers from India to Thailand, of 5.8 mtrs length and 100 x 100 mm dimensions. In 2008/2009, the situation reversed and we are supplying from Thailand to steel mills in India where a shortage is being faced.

Mill Finish 6063 ScrapNon-Ferrous Scrap

We supply aluminium, copper and brass scrap, mainly aluminium scrap, from our principals in Europe and Middle East to smelters in India on a regular basis, from 300-400 tonnes per month.

White SugarSugar 

We supplied Indian White Crystalline Refined Sugar of grade S-30, ICUMSA 100 tested under Method 10. This is the most common grade manufactured in India and we were associated with prominent sugar-processing mills and exporters to cater to small and large requirements.
The sugar is packed in 50kg Polypropylene Bags with markings of our supplier and of those provided by buyers which are stuffed in 20 ft containers.
We supplied to Kuwait and to countries in Africa and South East Asia for order quantities ranging from 20 Full container loads to Break Bulk quantities, e.g. 5000 MTs.

Bitumen 

11,000 Mts of 60/90 Grade in steel drums of Iranian origin was supplied by our principals to L&T and other construction companies in India at Kakinada port, then a developing port on the East Coast of India. This was one of the single largest shipment of bitumen in drums to India during 2001. Thereafter, our customers required delivery at site which was difficult due to logistical reasons.

Having gained experience from a vast field of commodities, we always find that we revisit certain commodities when markets favour imports or exports of the commodities with India We can offer these commodities if you have a requirement or interest. To know more, please contact us.