SOUTH AFRICA'S MINERAL WEALTH - Taking it to the World
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With total mineral reserves worth about USD 2.5 trillion, it is little wonder that South Africa has the world’s fifth biggest mining sector in terms of GDP value.

The country has massive reserves of gold, diamonds, chrome, manganese and coal, to name just a few, and they’re in strong demand around the world.  Since August 2011, GAC Laser International Logistics has
worked positively with the export minerals sector. In its first year, GAC Laser’s Minerals & Bulk team handled about 20,500 MT of minerals and established itself as a reliable end to end service provider to South Africa’s chromium and manganese mining sectors.

National Minerals Executive Troye Summerford says the company has the understanding of carrier routings and the transport expertise, coupled with the contacts and negotiating power, to provide mineral exporters with a trouble-free service: “Through our local and global connections, we have forged strong relationships with service providers across the supply chain from mine to final destination to ensure success.”


As featured in the 'GAC World' magazine Issue No. 01 of 2013 and reproduced with the kind permission of GAC.

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