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ZNC ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; HOW VIABLE?

ZNC ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; HOW VIABLE?

ZNC ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; HOW VIABLE?

ZINC ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; HOW VIABLE?

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ZINC ORE EXPORT FROM NIGERIA; HOW VIABLE?

The Nigeria nation is blessed with abundant mineral resources; fossil fuels and solid minerals. The most popular being the fossil fuels since these constitute the nation’s greatest foreign exchange earner. They have, therefore, tended to overshadow the solid mineral sector of mining industry.

It is reassuring to note that the government has progressively in recent past years shown great interest in the exploitation of Nigeria’s solid minerals as a means of diversifying our economic base, putting in place the NATIONAL POLICY ON MINERALS METAL IN NIGERIA and other such policy documents in order to drive investment in the sector.

Solid minerals are many types occurring in many diverse environments in response to many diverse geology and geologic events. The resources can nonetheless be discussed under five (5) groups thus:

1. Iron and Iron-alloy metals
2. Non-ferrous Industrial metals
3. Precious metals
4. Metal fuel
5. Industrial minerals

The Non-ferrous industrial metals contain a group of minerals which include copper, lead, zinc, tin and aluminium bearing minerals. All are found in Nigeria at varying concentrations and different forms.

Copper (Cu): There are between 150 and 180 copper minerals. Of these, the commonest and the most important form mined are native copper (Cu); oxides of copper: cuprite (Cu2O); tenorite (CuO); and a variety of copper sulphides such as bornite (Cu5FeS4); chalcocite (Cu2S); tetrahedrite [(CuFe) 12Sb4S13] and chalcopyrite (Cu2Fe2S4).

Lead (Pb) is next in abundance with 120 to 150 lead-bearings minerals known. The commonest lead ore is the sulphide galena (PbS). Other forms are known but don’t often occur as ore minerals. An important lead mineral worth mentioning is vanadinite ( Pb5 (VO4)3Cl). This lead mineral is sought, not for its lead but for the strategic metal, vanadium.

Zinc (Zn) is sought as calamine (calamine lotion) also known among mineralogists as hemimorphite: Zn4 (OH)2Si2O7.H2O. The most common occurrence is as sulphide: sphalerite (ZnS) and carborate-smithsonite (ZnCO3). There are at least 52 other zinc bearing minerals.

Zinc is the 24th most abundant element in the earth’s crust and is a metallic chemical element with symbol Zn and atomic number 30. {Source: Wikipedia}

The major uses of zinc are anti – corrosion coating on steel {Galvanizing}, precision components {die casting}, construction materials, brass production, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics

The occurrence and distribution of zinc ore in Nigeria is mainly in the Northern part of the country because of the peculiar geology of the area though in the Eastern part of the country zinc ore also occurs.

Zinc 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.

It is estimated that Nigeria has over 10,000,000 tons of zinc ore deposit. The prospect of global economy is promising, so the automotive industry which is closely related to the Zinc market, is witnessing growth thereby creating more demands for the product.

The project involves the buying/sourcing of zinc ore from miners, packaging and export of same to international buyers.
The investor should endeavor to discover and secure long term supply contracts with major buyers overseas.

The market for zinc 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.

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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