Metals & Mining Division
The Metals & Mining division of Cangem was carved out of the parent structure that started in Canada with the exports of scrap metal, mostly HMS 80:20. Now, it has grown into one of the largest exporters of scrap metal from North America and South America, traders, exporters and suppliers of iron ore and coal from all over the world. We also Invest in joint venture operations all over the world.
We work directly with mining companies, yards, end sellers and end buyers. We have an extensive due diligence in place and buyers shall go through the KYC before we can send any corporate offers and discuss procedures
Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metal Scrap
We are among the leading exporters of metal scrap from Canada, South America and USA. We have vested interest in some of the largest scrap metal yards in Canada and USA. We work at ground level with the metal scrap yards to guarantee quality.
We export HMS 80:20, Blue steel, Primary and Secondary Steel Billets, Cast Iron scrap, Electric Motors, Stainless Steel scrap, scrap car bodies, Aluminum 6063 extrusions, Aluminum Radiators, Taint Tabor(Old Sheets), Aluminum Shavings, copper scrap, brass scrap and other ferrous and non-ferrous metal scrap.
Utilizing its strong presence in recycling and metallurgy industry, the company has successfully been able to make inroads into the global market for Iron ore.
In a short span, Cangem Global has attained a name among the most dynamic and professional brokers, traders and exporters of iron ore and enjoys long term business relations with numerous steel makers and iron ore miners around the world.
We have spot and contract offers (MOQ of 35,000 MT per month) available
We are one of the most responsible traders/brokers and exporters of coal working hand in glove with a number of coal mining companies in Indonesia, South Africa and other parts of the world. We deal in both Thermal Coal and Metalurgical Coal.
Thermal coal is lower in carbon content and calorific value, higher in moisture value, is the world’s most abundant fossil fuel and is primarily used to produce energy. Metallurgical coal is less abundant than thermal coal and is primarily used in the production of coke which is an important part of the integrated steel mill process.