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We service various listed and non-listed blue-chip companies, who have signed medium-to long-term contracts with us.
E&T Minerals aims to be an example for African and international companies by providing responsible and ethical services while adhering to international best practices.
Each transaction is strengthened by four key ethical values: Reliability, Efficiency, Excellence and Transparency. Read more here.
You can also download our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report 2022 here
E&T Minerals is one of South Africa’s fastest-growing trading businesses. Its ambition is to own 14% of South Africa’s total pit-to-port value chain, with a key focus on helping the country to achieve energy security as well as meeting demand from the Europe & Asia regions.
We are currently engaged in securing multiple port storage facilities, namely: MPT (Richards Bay Multi-Purpose Terminal); Matola at the Maputo port in Mozambique; Richards Bay Coal Terminal; Richard's Bay Dry Bulk Terminal (DBT); and Maydon Wharf in Durban.
Utilising various multi-commodity ports as well as a coal-dedicated terminal (RBCT) will enable E&T to grow its position in the chrome sector, where we already own a long-term chrome project with an expected life span of 20 years. The project area also contains various other commodities namely lithium, manganese and iron ore.
E&T will maintain a key focus on coal as a commodity. We believe coal has at least a 30-year future. Coal accounts for 27% of the world’s energy consumption and E&T expects to grow its coal consumer base, not only through direct contracts with international utilities, but also by selling to paper manufacturers, cement producers, and various other industries.
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