Gold Bars and Gold Dust Supply

We facilitate the supply of Gold bars and Gold dust.
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“We facilitate the supply of Gold Bas and Gold Dust to buyers around the world.” 
Whether you want to purchase Gold Bars or Gold Dust and have them shipped to any port around the world, our world-class team is built to help you close fast, safe, and profitable transactions on time, every time!

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What is Gold?

Gold is a chemical element which is bright, slightly reddish yellow, dense, soft, malleable, and ductile metal in its purest form. The symbol for gold is Au (from Latin: aurum) and the atomic number is 79.

As of 2015, a total of 186,700 tonnes of gold exists above ground. The world consumption of new gold produced is about 50% in jewellery, 40% in investments, and 10% in industry. Gold is used in corrosion-resistant electrical connectors in all types of computerized devices due to its high malleability, ductility, resistance to corrosion and most other chemical reactions, and conductivity of electricity. It is also used in infrared shielding, coloured-glass production, gold leafing, and tooth restoration.

As of 2016, the world's largest gold producer by far was China with 463.7 tonnes.

Types of Golds

1) Colored Gold: Gold can be transformed into different colours depending on the metals it is mixed with. It is transformed generally for the purpose of jewellery. Examples of gold colours include:
• White Gold: white golds are usually mixed with a white metal such as nickel, manganese or palladium. A Standard White gold is usually 14K of gold (58.5% purity) while the rest comprises of 21% copper, 7.84% zinc, and 12.73% nickel. White gold can often be rhodium plated to give it a more shiny and white appearance.
• Rose, Pink, Red Gold: This type of Gold is mixed with copper. The more copper in the alloy, the darker the tone of red that will surface. A standard rose gold alloy comprises 18K (75% gold) mixed with 25% copper while a 50/50 mix of gold (12K) with copper results in what we would call red gold.
• Green Gold: They are also electrum. It is a natural combination of gold and silver. The greenish colour varies depending on the exact mixture but back in the 73% gold, 27% silver.
• Blue Gold: 46% gold, 54% indium.
• Purple Gold: 80% gold, 20% aluminium.
• Black Gold: 75% gold, 25% cobalt.

2) Numismatic Gold Coins: These types of gold coins are no longer in production. They have a fixed weight or purity to it.

3) Unrefined Gold: Gold in it’s raw/original state is naturally unrefined and can take different forms. Unrefined gold can also be in the form of gold dust or other types of gold deposits.

4) Gold Scrap: Gold scrap refers to any gold item that has more value for the gold inside it, than its worth as an item. Different types of gold scrap exist with names such as Electro Plated Gold, Gold Plate, Gold Wash, Gold Filled, Rolled Gold being thrown around to describe them.
Our trade process spreads across CIF, FOB, TTO, and TTT, depending on the buyer's preference.

Here's what they entail:

1). Cost Insurance and Freight (CIF): Here, the seller will handle everything from loading the vessel, paying for insurance, and sending the product to wherever the buyer wants it delivered.

2). Freight On Board (FOB): Here, the seller pays for the transportation of the goods to the port of shipment, plus loading costs, while the buyer pays the cost of marine freight transport, insurance, unloading, and transportation from the originating port to the final destination.

3). Tanker Take Over (TTO): Here, the buyer will take over the vessel, offload the product at their destination, and return it.

4). Tanker To Tanker (TTT): Here, the buyer uses their own vessel, long sides with the seller's vessel, and then the cargo is transshipped when the transaction is fully settled.

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