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Welcome to Kothari Metals Ltd.

Since its inception in 1977, Kothari Metals Limited has steadily emerged as a leading leader in the import and supply of non-ferrous metals. Over the years, the Group has consistently given thrust in key areas of growth within the economy.

 

Kothari Metals team comprises professionals from varied functional areas and an insatiable vision for growth and excellence. A highly self-motivated team of empowered young people who run the operations with a strong commitment to Quality, Cost and Customer Satisfaction. The main business of Kothari Metals Limited is import and trading products like Silicon Metal, Magnesium Metal, Manganese Metal, Primary Nickel, Tin Ingot, Ferro Boron , Ferro Vanadium, Ferro Silicon, L/C Ferro Chrome, Antimony Metal, Calcium Silicide, Copper, Bismuth, Ferro Silico Magnesium, Chromium and Misch Metal etc. Kothari Metals Limited has also established branches in Mumbai, Manesar ,New Delhi, Ludhiana, Bhiwadi, Chennai, Bangalore, Haridwar, Ahmedabad, Raigarh , Jamshedpur & Telangana

 


With a Paid up capital and reserves of INR 1050 Million as on 31.03.2016, the company has been able to achieve a turnover of Rs. 7075 Million as on 31.03.2016. The company hopes to achieve an estimated turnover of Rs. 8500 Million for FY 2016-17.



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Kothari Metals Ltd. will continue to play a leading role in the economic well being of India, providing momentum, direction and support wherever the need arises, throwing up employment opportunities and providing a spurt in the industrial and economic growth of the entire nation.

 

 

CREATING VALUE FOR OUR CUSTOMER

 

We perform a straightforward economic role. We identify and act on imbalances between supply and demand. We achieve that by moving physical commodities from places where they are plentiful to where they are required.