Zinc Ore Supply & Export From Nigeria

We supply and export Zinc Ore minerals and Zinc Concentrates.
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“We supply and export Zinc ore and Zinc concentrates to international buyers in many countries around the world.” 
Whether you want to purchase Zinc ore, Zinc concentrates, or Sphalerite as you may know it and have it 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!

Our Zinc Ore or Zinc Concentrate Mineral Trade Specifications are listed below:

Origin: Nigeria
Mineral Type: Lead Ore / Lead Concentrates
Physical Specification: Based On Buyer's Specification
Quantity: Based On Buyer’s Specification
Price: Negotiable / Metric Tonne
Trade Process: Ex Works/FOB/CIF
Payment Method: 100% irrevocable SBLC or L/C at sight from a top 25 prime bank
Shipping Time: 15 days after confirmation of L/C
Loading Port: Lagos, Nigeria

About The Services

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  • About Zinc Ore
  • Our Trade Process
What Is Zinc?

1). Zinc is a chemical element used in making galvanized iron, brass, and other alloys, and as an element in voltaic cells. The symbol for Zinc is ‘Zn’ and the atomic number is 30.
2). Zinc is chemically similar to magnesium in the sense that both elements exhibit only one normal oxidation state (+2), and the Zn2+ and Mg2+ ions are of similar size.
3). Zinc is the 24th most abundant element in Earth's crust and has five stable isotopes.

The most common zinc ore is sphalerite.

About 70% of the world's zinc originates from mining, while the remaining 30% comes from recycling secondary zinc. It is the fourth most common metal in use and the 24th most abundant element in the world comprising of about 75 ppm (0.0075%) of Earth's crust. Soil contains zinc in 5–770 ppm with an average 64 ppm. Seawater has only 30 ppb and the atmosphere, 0.1–4 µg/m3.

Types of Zinc

1) Chelated Zinc: This form of zinc has undergone a process called chelation (a process whereby organic molecules have been given an electrical charge that allows them to positively attract the charged mineral like zinc). This creates a temporary increase in the complexity and concentration of the mineral within the molecule. In other words, each molecule packs more concentrations of zinc via a process of attaching the mineral to something else, such as an amino acid.
2) Zinc Orotate: These are those forms of Zinc that have been chelated to orotic acid. The human body’s cellular membranes most readily absorbs this type of zinc.
3) Zinc Picolinate: A form of zinc that has been chelated to picolinic amino acids.
4) Zinc Gluconate: This is one of the most popular forms of dietary zinc. It is created by a process of industrial manufacturing. This process essentially ferments glucose, offering a supplemental product with an extremely long shelf-life.
5) Zinc Acetate: This is another chemically-altered form of zinc. They are more absorbable than glutconates. It is also known as zinc salt dehydrate.
6) Zinc Oxide: This is a non-chelated inorganic compound of zinc mostly used in addressing minor skin conditions such as burns and irritation. It is also a common ingredient in sunscreens.
7) Zinc Sulfate: This is an inorganic form of zinc that is water-soluble and non-chelated.
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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