Metals & Minerals Company
The Metals & Minerals Company is consisted of the Metal & Mineral Resources Division and other directly overseen organizations including the Steel Business Coordination Department.
The Metal & Mineral Resources Division supports and provides raw materials to basic industries, such as steel and electric power, that are essential to social infrastructures. The Division engages in global mining and trading of iron ore, coal, uranium, base metals, and minor metals. The Division is also involved in the development and trading of non-ferrous metal materials (mainly aluminum), the trading of metal materials and products, recycling, and other businesses.
In addition, the Steel Business Coordination Department, which is directly overseen by the Metals & Minerals Company, pursues synergy and provides a wide-ranging support for Marubeni-Itochu Steel Inc. in the field of steel products.
The Metals & Minerals Company contributes to the development of the global economy by supporting the stable supply of resources, energy, metal materials and metal products.
Iron ore, Pellet, Direct reduced iron, Pig iron, Minor metals, Ferro alloy and its raw materials, Coking coal, Coke, Thermal coal, Nuclear fuel, Emission credits, Aluminum, Alumina, Rolled aluminum products, Aluminum mold materials, Non-ferrous metals, Aluminum products, Electrical wires, Optical fiber cables, Electronics materials, Steel scrap, Metallic powder, Electrodes, Base metals, Recycling businesses
Steel plates, Hot & cold rolled sheets, Stainless steel, High tensile steel, Construction materials, Welded steel pipes, Seamless steel pipes, Steel wires, Rails, and other steel products
Jun. 11, 2020
Business Development and Opportunities
Iron Ore Sales Business in China
Establishing a new sales structure in China, the world's largest importer of iron ore
Iron Ore Project in Western Australia
Ongoing Investments in high quality Iron Ore Assets in Western Australia
Iron Ore Project in Brazil
Establishing a Strong Position and a New Business Model in Iron Ore Operations