aluminum, copper, iron, ore, railway track, slag, steel, tin, or zinc
coal, coking coal, graphite, marble, stones
additives, adhesive tapes/foils, alcohol, batteries, color pigments, fertilizer, food-grade materials, granulate, lignosulfonate, paints, polymers, resin, rubber, sulfate, synthetic fibers
These commodity groups require specific knowledge of transport, storage, and handling. The strict requirements in the areas of safety, environmental regulations, and customs regulations are constantly being developed.
Logistics can amount to up to 50-70% of delivered costs for those commodities to customers, which is why suppliers should make use of the most cost-effective and efficient logistics solutions and companies.