BLUE CORPORATION | COMMODITIES | HEALTH | FURNITURE
we sell the powder-free nitrile gloves "THE GLOVE"
we sell the protective Mask "THE MASK"
we sell the rapid test "THE TEST"
we sell the Wipes for cleaning "THE WIPE"
we sell Furniture for Hotels and Luxury Villas
we sell Materials for Construction
we sell Chemical Products
we sell Cranberry Evolve 300 regular on OTG in the US
we sell iHealth on OTG in the US
we sell Flowflex on OTG in the US
we sell Restauration Hardware
we sell Italian Design Furniture
we sell Sunflower Oil in Europe
we sell Aluminum
we sell Corn
we sell Copper
we sell Chicken frozen
we sell Urea 46
we sell wheat
we sell bean
we sell cereal
we sell Cotton
we sell meat halal beef frozen
we sell sugar
we sell pellet
we sell pallet
we sell coffee
we sell rice
we sell pasta
we sell aerogel insulation
we sell marble
we sell parquet
we sell pipe
we sell outdoor furniture
we sell Christmas decoration
we sell panels for outdoor and indoor
we sell cement panel
we sell shelter and canopy
we sell staircase
we sell french doors
we sell wood windows
we sell glass dividers
we sell windows
we sell special doors and windows
we sell Italian design furniture
we make a custom design
we sell toilet
we sell luxury bathtubs
we sell luxury shower
we sell taps and faucets
we sell washbasin
we sell tile, porcelain, ceramic, cement,
we sell building products tools
we sell building electrical tools
we sell synthetic green
we sell wardrobe and closet
we sell complements
we sell tables and coffee table
we sell wallpaper
we sell table decorations
we sell carpets
we sell bathrooms
we sell art paint, frame
we sell hotel utilities
we sell kitchen and food
we sell outdoor decor
we sell mise en place
we sell office furniture
we sell mirrors
we sell amenities for Hotel
we sell classic, baroque and Arabic furniture
we sell furniture for Hospital
we sell a medical device
we sell medical consumables
SUPPLY CHAIN AND PROCUREMENT OF COPPER
The usual commercial supplies of pure copper are used for the most critical electrical applications such as the production of fine and superfine enameled wires.
It is essential that purity is reproducibly maintained in order to ensure high conductivity, consistent annual ability, and freedom from breaks during rod production and subsequent wire drawing.
Since the applied enamel layers are thin but have to withstand voltage, they must have no surface flaws; consequently, the basis copper wire must have an excellent surface quality. Primary copper of the best grade is used for producing the rod for this work.
Uncontaminated recycled process scrap and other scraps that have been electrolytically refined back to grade 'A' quality may also be used.
The copper used for power cables is also drawn from high conductivity rods but to a thicker size than fine wires.
The quality requirements are therefore slightly less stringent. The presence of any undesirable impurities can cause problems such as hot shortness which gives expensive failures during casting and hot rolling. For the same reason, scrap containing such impurities can only be used for this purpose if well diluted with good-quality copper.
For non-electrical purposes, copper is also used to make large quantities of plumbing tubes, roofing sheets, and heat exchangers. High electrical conductivity is not mandatory and other quality requirements are not so onerous.
Secondary copper can be used for the manufacture of these materials, though still within stipulated quality limits for impurities.
COUNTRIES OF PRODUCTION
COPPER - 100% RECYCLABLE
According to the International Copper Study Group (ICSG), about 50% of the copper used in Europe comes from recycling. This reveals our copper requirements are increasingly being met by metals recycling.
This win-win situation is helping to supply the ever-increasing demand for the metal (+250% since the 1960s) while, at the same time, lessening the environmental impact of its production and ensuring sustainability and availability for generations to come.
Considering copper can be fully recycled and reused again and again, without any loss of performance, we have every incentive to ensure our products and copper waste are correctly processed when they reach the end of their useful lives.
Copper recycling and waste management have become an important part of the supply chain, keeping resources local, creating local jobs, saving on landfill site space, and incentivizing the recycling of other materials.