Imports & Exports

Satyasree Imports & Exports, since its inception in 2009, has blazed a trail through various streams of business. Starting as a trading company, Satyasree expanded into C&F, steamer agency operations and contract shipping. This thrust evolved into logistics, warehousing and exports. Migration to machines to increase efficiency and productivity was the goal.

The company had yet to diversify out of maritime activity. Satyasree Imports & Exports is not one to rest on its laurels, while the road ahead is lined with opportunity. Today, Satyasree Imports & Exports is a multifaceted Logistics service provider in Marine Cargo Transportation with a unique focus on End to End Logistics Solutions in bulk cargos. Satyasree Imports & Exports offers Flexible and tailor-made solutions for customer's bulk transportation needs covering the entire logistics chain from the load port or even from the international point of origin to the delivery at destination including sea transport, Port and Inland logistics.

Mines & Minerals

Mines & Minerals

We always produce minerals at par or above the industrial standards. No compromise is made on the way to quality as we compete with the best in international market. Fine and pure quality of different grades of products has been the driving force that brings us customers. Our guiding principle is the quality that provides total customer satisfaction.

Our range of industrial minerals includes processed minerals and mining minerals like Iron Ore, Manganese, Sand, Quartz, Coal, Bentite, BF Slag, GGBS Slag, Fly Ash, Granite.

Metals: Copper, Aluminum, Brass, Iron, Mercury, Lead, Zinc, Radium, Tungsten

Chemicals: Inorganic and Organic chemicals, In organic and Organic Solvents, Pharma and Pharmaceuticals, Fertilizer Components

Fuels: Used Lubes, UCO, Bio Diesel, LDO, FO, Green Diesel

Agro: Rice, Broken Rice, Rice ban Oil, Wheat, Yellow Corn, Tamarind, Turmeric, Red Chili, Pepper, Ginger, Garlic, Soya, Onion, Potato, Palm oil, Sunflower oil.

Iron Ore

The primary use of iron ore is in the production of iron. Most of the iron produced is then used to make steel. Steel is used to make aircrafts, automobiles, locomotives, ships, beams used in buildings, housing appliances, furniture, paper clips, tools, reinforcing rods for concrete, containers and thousands of other items.

Iron Ore

With the ever increasing demand in the IRON & STEEL INDUSTRY reaching higher levels on par with huge infrastructural project that are associated to stability and growth of a country, the consumption of natural mineral resources all over the world has reached a new high.

Estimates show that the global iron industry consumes almost a billion tons of raw iron ore annually to meet the day to day demands in the industry. Of this volume, China only consumes up to half a billion tones and the ore is procured from various countries like India, Australia, Brazil, Philippines to name the major iron ore supplying countries. India has huge iron ore deposits to run the local mining industry over the next 50 years on a large scale, Orissa state having the major deposits.

The business of export of iron ore in India was started by the government through various corporations and also by big business groups. It is an open trade market and new enterprising groups with firm basics and good experience can fetch good results and profits.

We can source Iron Ore from a number of countries including Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Canada and India. We have high quality Iron Ore currently looking for genuine long term buyers on flexible terms (CIF/FOB).


With the boom in population and industrial growth, the need for power has increased manifold. Nearly 73% of India’s total installed power generation capacity is thermal, of which 90% is coal-based generation, with diesel, wind, gas, and steam making up the rest. Thermal power generation through coal combustion produces minute particles of ash that causes serious environmental problems.

Commonly known as fly ash, these ash particles consist of silica, alumina, oxides of iron, calcium, and magnesium and toxic heavy metals like lead, arsenic, cobalt, and copper.

Fly ash is typically stored dry in silos, from which it can be used or disposed of in a dry or wet form. Water can be added to the fly ash to allow for stockpiling or land filling in a conditioned form (approximately 15 to 30 percent moisture), or for disposal by sluicing into settling ponds or lagoons in a wet form. Approximately 75 percent of the fly ash produced is handled in a dry or moisture-conditioned form, making it much easier to recover and use. The main advantage to the conditioning of fly ash is the reduction of blowing or dusting during truck transport and outdoor storage

The business of export of Fly Ash in India is an open trade market and new enterprising groups with firm basics and good experience can fetch good results and profits.

Coking Coal

Coking coal also known as metallurgical coal is mainly used in steel production. Global steel production is dependent on coal. Almost 70% of the steel produced today uses coal. Metallurgical coal or coking coal is a vital ingredient in the steel making process. Other important users of coal include alumina refineries, paper manufacturers, and the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Coking Coal

We can source Coking Coal from a number of countries including Indonesia, Australia and USA. We have high quality Indonesian Coking Coal currently available and looking for genuine long term buyers on flexible terms.

Steam Coal

Access to modern energy services not only contributes to economic growth and household incomes but also to the improved quality of life that comes with better education and health services. All sources of energy will be needed to meet future energy demand, including coal.

Coal has many important uses worldwide. The most significant uses are in electricity generation, steel production, cement manufacturing and as a liquid fuel. Around 6.1 billion tons of hard coal were used worldwide last year and 1 billion tons of brown coal. Since 2000, global coal consumption has grown faster than any other fuel. The five largest coal users - China, USA, India, Russia and Japan - account for 77% of total global coal use.

The biggest market for coal is Asia, which currently accounts for over 65% of global coal consumption; although China is responsible for a significant proportion of this. Many countries do not have natural energy resources sufficient to cover their energy needs, and therefore need to import energy to help meet their requirements. Japan, Chinese Taipei and Korea, for example, import significant quantities of steam coal for electricity generation and coking coal for steel production.

The business of import &export of Steam Coal in India is an open trade market and new enterprising groups with firm basics and good experience can fetch good results and profits.

B.F. Slag

Blast furnace slag is obtained by quenching molten iron slag (a by-product of iron and steel making) from a blast furnace in water or steam, to produce a glassy, granular product that is then dried and ground into a fine powder

Blast Furnace Slag cement is added to concrete in the concrete manufacturer's batching plant, along with Portland cement, aggregates and water. The normal ratios of aggregates and water to cementations material in the mix remain unchanged. Blast Furnace Slag is used as a direct replacement for Portland cement, on a one-to-one basis by weight. Replacement levels for Blast Furnace Slag vary from 30% to up to 85%. Typically 40 to 50% is used in most instances.

The use of Blast Furnace Slag cement in concrete is covered in the new Irish concrete standard IS EN 206-1:2002. This standard establishes two categories of additions to concrete along with ordinary Portland cement: nearly inert additions (Type I) and pozzolanic or latent hydraulic additions (Type II). Blast Furnace Slag cement falls in to the latter category. As Blast Furnace Slag cement is slightly less expensive than Portland cement, concrete made with Blast Furnace Slag cement will be similarly priced to that made with ordinary Portland cement.

The business of export Blast Furnace Slag in India is an open trade market and new enterprising groups with firm basics and good experience can fetch good results and profits.


Steel Grade Manganese Ore:

Manganese is essential to iron and steel production by virtue of its sulfur-fixing, deoxidizing, and alloying properties.

Small amounts of manganese improve the workability of steel at high temperatures, because it forms a high melting sulfide and therefore prevents the formation of a liquid iron sulfide at the grain boundaries.

Aluminum Alloy Grade Manganese Ore:

Aluminum with a manganese content of roughly 1.5% has an increased resistance against corrosion due to the formation of grains absorbing impurities which would lead to galvanic corrosion and is therefore considered to be ideal for Aluminum Alloy manufacturing units.

Other general Grade Manganese:

Nickel was made from a copper-silver-manganese alloy

Methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl is used as an additive in unleaded gasoline to boost octane rating and reduce engine knocking

Manganese (II) ions function as cofactors for a number of enzymes in higher organisms, where they are essential in detoxification of super oxide free radicals

Manganese (IV) oxide (manganese dioxide, MnO2) is used as a reagent in organic chemistry for the oxidation of benzyl alcohols

Manganese (IV) oxide is used in the original type of dry cell battery as an electron acceptor from zinc, and is the blackish material found when opening carbon–zinc type flashlight cells