An owner-managed company since 1999, TRADIUM GmbH in Frankfurt am Main is a successful partner for customers from the industrial and trading sector. We supply a broad spectrum of innovative branches of industry with technology metals, rare earths and precious metals. These branches include the electronics, automobile, glass and ceramics…Learn More
The demand for rare earths and technology metals is rising. Innovations like touchscreens or renewable energies like solar panels rely on their existence. The availability of these resources is scarce, however. This feature by TV channel KabelEins contains all the relevant information about strategic resources and explains why investing is a smart move.
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Despite the actual uncertainties around a possible trade war most of the strategic metals have shown an ongoing upturn in prices. This not only applies for the most demanded battery metals Cobalt and Lithium but also for a number of so-called technology metals. Gallium on the rise In recent months price for gallium has increasedRead More
The weakening US Dollar is increasingly impacting the international markets for raw materials. All metals are usually dealt in US Dollar. But the depreciation of the American currency these days has become a burden for producers in countries like South Africa and China. As a consequence prices in USD have recently increased for most ofRead More
In contrast to previous years the 2017 conference had a lot more positive to offer. Although prices were on the decline in the last couple of weeks there is still some major growth for most of rare earth elements within 2017. In particular the increasing demand for magnetic materials together with a decreasing amount ofRead More