Indonasian Coal

Coal - a fossil fuel - is the most important energy source for electricity generation and also forms an essential fuel for the production of steel and cement. A negative characteristic of coal, however, is that it can be labelled as the most polluting energy source due to its high proportion of carbon. Other vital energy sources, such as natural gas, are less polluting but significantly more exhaustive and more susceptible to price fluctuations on the world market. Therefore, the world's industries have increasingly shifted their focus to coal.
Since the early 1990's Indonesian coal mining in Indonesia has grown dramatically. The World Coal Institute estimates that in 2008 Indonesia mined 246 million tonnes of coal with just over 200 millions tonnes of this exported. 2008 coal exports comprised 173 million tonnes of steam coal and 30 million tonnes of coking coal. In 2009, Indonesia was the world's second largest coal exporter behind Australia and is a major supplier to Asian countries.

We are one of the prominent Suppliers of various grades of Coal all over India. We source our Coal from the most reputed coal mines. Less smoke, high combustion rate, moisture free and less ash content .
We are a well-known Indonesian steam coal suppliers with the coal obtained from extremely reputed coal mines in Indonesia and thus, are widely appreciated for their high thermal efficiency and its superior standard. This coal variety has been extensively used by a wide range of industries and can be availed at economical prices only with

Australian Coal

Coal in Australia is mined primarily in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. It is used to generate electricity and most of the coal mined in Australia is exported, mostly to eastern Asia. In fiscal year 2013/14, 430.9 million tonnes of coal were mined, and 375.1 million tonnes were exported. Coal provides about 69% of Australia's electricity production. In fiscal year 2008/09, 487 million tonnes of coal was mined, and 261 million tonnes exported. In 2013, Australia was the world's fifth-largest coal producer, after China, the United States, India, and Indonesia. However, in terms of proportion of production exported, Australia is the world's second largest coal exporter, as it exports roughly 73% of its coal production. Indonesia exports about 87% of its coal production.

Our ability to offer superior quality coal at prices affordable by the market has made us one of the renowned Australian Coal suppliers and importers of the nation. This coal has applications in power industry, steel industry, solvent industry, etc due to its high carbon content, effective heating capacity and low moisture.

Thermal and Coking Coal

While coking (metallurgical) coal and steam (thermal) coal have similar geologic origins, their commercial markets and industrial uses are vastly different. Coking (metallurgical) coal is used in steel making and thermal (steam) coal is used in power generation.

We supply the best quality of Thermal and Coking Coal, which is obtained from reliable vendors. This coal is hard & tough and contains low moisture, high carbon content, great thermal efficiency and high in density and is extensively used in metallurgical and chemical industries.