For many companies, China is viewed in terms of a single direction. They’re either selling materials to China, or buying finished goods back. But for CD International Enterprises, there are no such limitations. The company, headquartered in Florida, with operations in China, South America, and Mexico, is actively engaged in materials both entering and leaving China. The company supplies iron and other key materials to China to support the country’s growing infrastructure, in addition to producing magnesium in China which it then sells to some of the world’s leading Fortune 500 companies.
CDII sources, aggregates, and distributes iron ore, manganese ore, and scrap metals for processing companies located throughout China. Ore is currently sourced from locations in Mexico, Chile, and Bolivia, for delivery to China. China is already the largest market for iron ore, and CDII believes the demand will continue to be strong for materials such as basic metals and minerals, as well as industrial chemicals, allowing CDII to continually expand its operations.
CDII’s International Magnesium Group (IMG) is now one of the world’s largest suppliers of pure magnesium, sourcing magnesium from 6 production facilities in Northern China and Inner Mongolia. The group represents combined annual production and distribution of approximately 80,000 metric tons of magnesium ingots and 10,000 metric tons of magnesium powder. Magnesium is the lightest and strongest of structural metals, lighter than steel, titanium, or even aluminum, properties that make it in high demand for aircraft, automotive, and electronic applications. CDII intends to continue consolidating this still fragmented industry, and promoting its IMG brand as the premier global source for magnesium products.
As if that weren’t enough, CDII’s expertise in world trade has itself become a sought-after product, allowing them to provide critical business and financial consulting services around the world.
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