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PRODUCTS has endeavored to create an Enquiry-To-Delivery platform which replicates the current market practices being adopted in the bulk trade of commodities which are generic in Nature and are traded across the globe in Large Quantities.

Together, these commodities constitute nearly 40% of the total world trade and can be categorized into the following segments

Global trade in agricultural products is expected to continue to increase significantly over the coming decades. As a consequence, trade will play an increasingly important role in influencing the extent and nature of food security across all regions of the globe. The challenge has therefore become one of ensuring that the expansion of agricultural trade works for, and not against, the elimination of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition. The objectives of the FAO for The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets are to reduce the current polarization of views on the impacts of agricultural trade on food security and on the manner in which agricultural trade should be governed to ensure that increased trade openness is beneficial to all countries.

Even though the Trade of Agricultural Products has grown many folds, the methods adopted for trade have remained the same for the past 50 years due to the lack of reach of technology to the stakeholders of the trade. endeavors to become a Technological tool for the industry to provide a Digital Structure to the Current trade practices to make it more Cost Efficient and Less Time Consuming by eliminating redundancies present in the age old procurement systems. shall be looking to provide the Technological support in the following Agri Commodities in the near Future

  • Rice
  • TEA
  • CORN

Bullion refers to gold bars, silver bars, and other bars or ingots of precious metal.The value of bullion is typically determined by the value of its precious metals content, which is defined by its purity and mass. To confirm the purity of the gold, a modern laboratory uses XRF technology to accurately assess its quality in order to ensure the owner receives fair market value for it. It is also weighed extremely accurately.

India & China are the world’s largest consumers of bullion which is sourced from around the world. Even though Bullion trade in large quantities is organized with the presence of Exchanges & structured Distribution Mechanism, the Distribution & Procurement of gold in quantities ranging from a 100-500 Grams is still done through age old practices and involves many brokers and sub-brokers which add on the cost of the final product. Endeavors to link the refiners and Major Dealers directly with Jewelers and Jewelry Manufacturers across the country through its unique Negotiation Platform and facilitate last mile delivery. endeavors to deal in

  • Refined Gold Bullion
  • Refined Silver Bullion
  • Unrefined Gold & Silver DORE

Petrochemicals, also called petroleum distillates, are chemical products derived from petroleum. Some chemical compounds made from petroleum are also obtained from other fossil fuels, such as coal or natural gas, or renewable sources such as corn or sugar cane.The petrochemical industry continues to be impacted by the globalization and integration of the world economy. Several factors influencing world petrochemicals are the following:

  • Product Integration
  • Economies of Scale
  • Price of Crude Oil
  • Environment
  • Technology
  • Shale Gas Development
  • Regional Production
  • Political Uncertainties
  • Balance with Energy Demand
  • Economic Growth and Demand

There are overlaps among these trends and the impact varies by petrochemical product, country/region, and magnitude.

With the ever growing needs of petrochemicals across the developing world, hope to create One-To-One Link between the ultimate users of the products with Manufacturing Companies to minimize the effects of Speculations & Stock Piling by large importers on pricing.

    The Petro-Chemicals in which aims to establish the Trading in are :-

  • Base Oil
  • PET Chips
  • Furnace Oil
  • Master Batches

The construction industry is the second largest industry in India after agriculture. Construction has been a significant contributor to the economy, accounting for approximately 8% of the GDP. In FY13, this sector grew at 13.9% (at market prices) over the previous year, marginally increasing its share of GDP. After a period of sustained growth, when in seven of the previous nine years economic growth exceeded 8% per annum, GDP estimates for the year ended March 2013 (FY13) indicated that year-on-year growth had dropped to a decadal low of 5% economic performance in the first few months of FY14 has continued to look weak, leading to concerns related to growth in the short term.

India’s construction sector is forecast to grow at 7-8 per cent each year over the next decade. With the new government, the country is expected to see increased economic growth and the removal of barriers to foreign investment that will "spur demand for construction" over the coming 12 to 18 months, according to a report by international consultancy giant PwC.

The report highlights how an estimated $1 trillion would be spent on infrastructure over the next three years to 2017. Stating that there would be increased investment in industrial projects by the government, the report has noted that it is the private housing sector that would be a key growth area. The total construction market in India for fiscal year ending March 2014 was $157 billion, an increase of $4 billion over FY2013. Infrastructure accounts for 49 per cent, housing and real estate for 42 per cent and industrial projects for 9 per cent, the report noted. is looking to replicate current business practices to introduce technology in the construction procurement & create a differentiation between the price of the product & the cost of finance being provided for its procurement. By minimizing the presence of intermediaries at various levels in the value chain, the Unique Procurement System developed by shall surely prove to be beneficial to the actual stakeholders of the Industries.

    The Products in the Construction Segment in which aims to Establish Trading in are :-

  • WOOD

Even though industrial metals commodity prices dropped for much of 2013-2014, many prognosticators agree that the long-term outlook for the metals and mining sector investing remains strong. Part of this confidence stems from the lack of enthusiasm demonstrated by many public investors near the beginning of 2015; better buying opportunities tend to be found when prices are low.

Industrial metals, such as copper and steel, will continue to be tied to the economic growth in China and India. In fact, several of the top global mining corporations are majority-owned in China, India or Brazil. It's impossible to predict the degree of economic liberalization or cartelization that will be exhibited by BRIC nations, but their influence on commodity metal and mining stock prices is considerable. endeavors to harness the demands in these critical markets and help in establishing a Deal-to Deal Transparent Yet Secret Trading Mechanism through which the procurement of such commodities can be isolated as much as possible from the speculative nature of the Industry & to help the true stake holders generate maximum benefits.

    The metals in which aims to establish the Trading in are:-

  • Steel
  • Copper
  • Aluminum
  • Zinc

The use of scrap dates back to the beginning of human existence itself. Since the dawn of civilization and the earliest attempts at manufacturing, humans have recognized the intrinsic value of scrap and the benefits associated with using and re-using existing products to create new goods. But the modern, capital-intensive, and global scrap industry we know today evolved from humble origins. In the early days of recycling, scrap peddlers in the world would typically buy and trade relatively small quantities of used household items, used farm equipment and other goods, and today’s scrap processors and brokers have certainly retained that entrepreneurial spirit. As manufacturing ramped up and became more complex in response to society’s expanding needs, scrap recycling took on even greater importance, adapting not only to market drivers, but also shifting priorities in the context of our finite natural resources. In the second half of the 20th century, the scrap recycling industry continued to grow, becoming more innovative, competitive, and capital-intensive. In the last several decades, the introduction of containerization and the surge in commodities demand from China and other developing economies helped to create an even more globalized scrap marketplace.

With Scrap Being such a Global Commodity, its supply is ever present in all economies of the world but the recycling in carried out to a larger extent in growing Economies where recycled metal usage is far greater than the Virgin material & with Scrap being a by-product rather than being a manufactured Item, its value is dependent purely on the demand and supply.

Tradologie. Com endeavors to link scrap aggregator & shredders directly with the recyclers located across the world by providing a seamless One-Stop-Platform which provides a Safe and Secure Conduit for conducting Business along with helping in arranging logistics for the transportation of material from the source to the user. aims to create a Vibrant Trading Market for the following scrap metals :-

  • Iron & Steel Scrap
  • Aluminum Scrap
  • Copper Scrap

Ferroalloy refers to various alloys of iron with a high proportion of one or more other elements such as manganese, aluminum, or silicon. They are used in the production of steels and alloys. The alloy imparts distinctive qualities to steel and cast iron or serve important functions during production and are, therefore, closely associated with the iron and steel industry, the leading consumer of ferroalloys. The leading ferroalloy-producing countries in 2008 were Ukraine, China, South Africa and Russia, which accounted for 77% of the world production. aims to provide a fluid market for the stakeholders of the Ferro-alloys Industry dealing in the following products :-


The global home appliance market is expected to witness substantial growth over the forecast period owing to rising economic pressures and evolving consumer lifestyle. Technological advancements have led to the development of smart appliances, and are expected to drive the home appliance market growth over the years. Product innovation, new product development, product differentiation and integration of numerous value added features is further expected to catapult the home appliance market demand over the next few years. The market is considerably driven by trends such as effectiveness, diversity, sustainability and elegant design and smart functionality of home appliances. In addition, the home appliance market is witnessing new trends in terms of sustainability and energy efficiency, thereby simplifying several household chores while promoting well-being. High quality materials and aesthetically pleasing designs combined with innovative and diverse functionalities offer avenues for market growth. Design is an important aspect of these white goods.

Low cost associated with the ownership of white goods, particularly in developing economies also provides opportunities for market growth. Furthermore, rise in replacement sales in developed regions is also expected to drive the home appliance market demand. This may be attributed to rise in per capita income coupled with rapid urbanization. Home appliance encompasses cooking, home comfort, refrigeration and laundry appliances. Home comfort segment is expected to witness high growth over the next few years owing to rising customers’ preference for comfort and minimum manual efforts. Economic development in countries such as China and India is anticipated to boost the home appliance market demand. Growing population, rapid infrastructure development and strong economic development is also expected to favorably impact market growth over the forecast period. Industry participants emphasize on product development, innovation and new product introduction to sustain competition.