Japanese trading house Toyota Tsusho Corp said in a statement Wednesday that it would start to export to Japan in 2012 about 3,000 to 4,000 tonnes of rare-earth minerals annually.
With the two plants, the company will be able to supply around 10,000 tonnes of rare earths a year in 2013, roughly one-third of Japan's total demand, an unnamed company official was quoted by Kyodo News as saying.
ARE YOU KIDDING ME? WHO IS TELLING ALL OF THESE BUYING AT $45 TARDS THAT mcp IS THE ONLY ONE IN THE GAME OUTSIDE OF CHINA..?
WHAT ABOUT OTHER MAJOR ALLIES!!!??????
Are you f-ing kidding me?
India to Gain from China’s Rare Earth Standoff
Incorporated on August 18, 1950
A ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 Certified Company.
IREL has four Production Plants viz. Minerals Division at Chavara, Manavalakurichi, OSCOM and Rare Earths Division at Aluva.
Major Activity: Mining and separation of Heavy Minerals like, Ilmenite, Rutile, Zircon, Sillimanite, Garnet and Monazite from beach sand.
Also engaged in chemical processing of Monazite to yield Thorium compounds, Rare Earth Chlorides and Tri-Sodium Phosphate.
Products find use in manufacture of white pigments, welding electrodes, foundries, ceramics, refractories, abrasives for polishing glass/ TV tubes and in sand blasting etc.
Sales turnover exceeding 3600 million with export component over Rs 1000 million