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Lead Ore Export From Nigeria; How Viable?

Lead Ore Export From Nigeria; How Viable?

Lead Ore Export From Nigeria; How Viable?

LEAD ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; HOW VIABLE?

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LEAD ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; HOW VIABLE?

The mining industry is easily recognized as one of the most valuable sectors of an industrialized economy because its linkage to other sectors of development and its enormous capacity to support and simulate growth in virtually all sectors of the economy.

As Nigeria strives to achieve vision 20:2020 which is to be amongst the top 20 economies by the year 2020, it is important that government pay attention to the development of the various minerals deposits in the country because of the nations comparatively advantage over its neighbors in this area.

In fact, it can be said that the more a nations mining industry grows , the more they prosper economically and examples can be seen across the world from Canada to Australia, India ,they all have a vibrant mining industry.

One of the minerals that can be found in the country is lead ore. It is estimated that the nations has over 10,000,000 tons of lead ore deposit and to take advantage of this resources, interested investors can mine/source and export the product.

FACTS ABOUT LEAD ORE

Background:  Rocks are the materials which the earth’s upper crusts are made of. Rocks are themselves composed of minerals. Minerals are naturally occurring elements like Gold, or a compound such as Iron Oxide. If a rock contains a mineral from which a metal can be extracted at a profit, it is call an Ore. For example, lead Ore.
Lead is a main group element in the carbon group with the symbol Pb {Latin: plumbum} and atomic number 18. Lead is soft, malleable poor metal. It is also counted as one of the heavy metals.

Estimated National Deposit:  About 10,000,000 deposit have been discorved in Nigeria.

Export from Nigeria: Less than 2% of national reserve

Uses: Lead is a major constituent of Lead- Acid battery

Areas of Production: Lead ore are mined in Akwanga, Nassarawa Eggon and Wamba all in Nassarawa State. They are found in Jos in Plateau State, Alkaliri Local Government in Bauchi State and Filia in Gombe State. Taraba, Kaduna and Kogi.

Ores (metals) are traded internationally and comprise a sizeable portion of international trade in raw materials both in value and volume. This is because the worldwide distribution of ores is unequal and dislocated from locations of peak demand and from smelting infrastructure.

Most base metals (copper, lead, zinc, nickel) are traded internationally on the London Metal Exchange, with smaller stockpiles and metals exchanges monitored by the COMEX and NYMEX exchanges in the United States and the Shanghai Futures Exchange in China.

The World Bank reports that China was the top importer of ores and metals in 2005 followed by the USA and Japan.

The market for lead ore especially the overseas market in China is large, expanding and sustainable because of the numerous uses of lead ore. Buyers usually would like to secure steady source of supply of these products.

An exporter that is able to secure a contract at the right price would have an uphill task meeting the demand of the buyer because the output from the mines in Nigeria is low due to the use of crude implement. You can imagine a situation whereby the daily need of the factory of the buyer is 600/MT and the exporter would struggle to supply 500/MT on a monthly basis.

The return on investment on the export of lead ore is estimated between 10%- 30% per transaction.

Do you require one- on- one training on the subject matter? Click on the link below

http://trinitycommodity.com/workshop/export-lead-zinc-copper-ore-nigeria/

Benefits of the training:

After attending our seminar, the attendee would be able to identify different types and specification of lead, zinc and copper ore. They would be able know where to source and sell the commodity.

The financial and market analysis would be known by the attendee. Every attendee would be given free feasibility report on lead, zinc and copper ore export.
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You can order our detailed feasibility report on lead, zinc and copper ore export from Nigeria by clicking on the link below.

Report Title: LEAD ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; THE FEASIBILITY REPORT.

Report Title: ZINC ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; THE FEASIBILITY REPORT.

Report Title: COPPER ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; THE FEASIBILITY REPORT.

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