Purpose

Growth is a +Mindset that helps improving things with earnest effort. It gives us foresight to the new business and insight to provide the best solutions at every stage. It allows us to embrace challenges, treating them as opportunities to learn something new from ourselves and our clients. Because we at AMOS believe, Growth drives Everyone.

Our Story

We at AMOS UNIVERSAL TRADING PVT. LTD. are a core steel commodity trading company with our head quarter in India along with our constantly growing International presence in SINGAPORE, CHINA and CANADA.

Our organisation is a 100% Owned subsidiary of the SOMA Universal Logistic Pvt. Ltd. a flagship company of SOMA Group which in the current financial year (2018-2019), have clocked a turnover of INR.173 crore and has diversified from supply chain logistics to Steel / Metal vertical under the banner of AMOS Universal Trading Pvt. Ltd.

We took the first step of our journey with a vision and hunger for growth, when we established our first office in Mumbai on 15th December 2015. It is through constant application and execution of our moto ‘Growth drives everyone’ that within a quick span of 3 years we have flourished to be an 8 Office company in India and will be making our presence felt in USA with our first overseas office in 2019.

Our Team

The leadership team driving AMOS comprises of highly skilled & experienced Directors who have been effectively guiding team AMOS.

We operate in bulk trading business with a widely experienced Techno-Commercial team which includes experienced professionals who have served in big international & Indian steel mills Like PT ISPAT INDO, Indonesia, ESSAR Steel, India & Uttam Galva Steel, India to gain the hard-core Techno-commercial acumen.

Parallelly our team involves experienced hard-core traders who has served at senior most positions in International trading companies.

Why Us

We are true blue traders serving as a catalyst to ignite growth for our clients and customers.

We resemble reliability with our core strengths which give us the competitive edge and set us apart from all our competitors.

  • Sharp solution centric approach.

  • Clientele network across Europe, Africa, Asia, Middle east, America and Canada.

  • Strong support from domestic Steels Mills like STEEL AUTHORITY OF INDIA (SAIL), JSW, ESSAR, NATIONAL, BHUSHAN STEEL, REAL ISPAT, HINDUSTAN COILS, VANDANA GLOBAL, PRAKASH INDUSTRIES etc.

  • Network to source from Prime Chinese (HBIS, BENXI, TIANJIN, SHAGANG, BEITEI etc.) & Turkish Mills.

  • Focus on clients for quality, timelines and efficiency in delivery.

  • Commitment to provide authentic products at the best possible prices.

Product

Flat - HR Coils,
Sheets and Plates

Particulars Cold Rolled Galvanized Galvalume PPGI/PPGL Tinplate Stainless CR
Base Substrate HRC CRC CRC GI/GL TMBP HRC
Thinkness Range 0.12mm - 3mm 0.12mm - 3.0mm 0.16mm - 1.5mm 0.12mm - 1.2mm 0.14mm - 0.60mm 0.05mm - 3.0mm
Width Range 700mm - 1650 mm 700mm - 1650 mm 700mm - 1300mm 700mm - 1300mm 700mm - 1020mm 700mm - 2100mm
Specifications and Tolerance ASTM/JIS/EN/DIN ASTM/JIS/EN/DIN ASTM/JIS/EN ASTM/JIS/EN ASTM/JIS/EN ASTM/JIS/EN
Grades CQ & Drawing CS, Drawing, Structural, HSLA CS,Structural,Drawing CS,Structural OC,NOC,OTSC & TFS 200,300 & 400 series
Hardness Range Full hard 85 - 100 HRB & Soft 40 - 70 HRB Hard 80 - 95 HRB & Soft 45 - 70HRB Hard 80 - 95 HRB & Soft 45 - 70HRB Hard 80 - 95 HRB & Soft 45 - 70HRB 52 - 64 in SR & 70 - 76 in DR on HR 30T scale Hard 80 - 95 HRB & Soft 45 - 70HRB
Coating NA 40 - 350 GSM AZ30 - AZ165 40 - 275 GSM / AZ30 - AZ2150 E10 - E50 & Differential NA
Temper Soft / Hard Soft/Semi Hard/Hard Soft/Semi Hard/Hard Soft / Hard T52/T55/T57/T61 & DR Soft / Hard
Finish Bright & Matt Regular, Mini & Zero Spangle Regular, Mini & Zero Spangle All Colour as per Customer’s request Bright, Stone & Silver/Matt BA, 2B & 2D
Coll Weight 3 - 25 MT 3 - 25 MT 3 - 12 MT 3 - 10 MT 3 - 10 MT 3 - 25 MT
Form Coil/Sheet/Slit & Blancs Coil/Slit/Sheet/Profile & Corrugation Coil/Slit/Sheet/Profile & Corrugation Coil/Slit/Sheet/Profile & Corrugation Coil/Sheet & Scroll Sheet Coil & sheet
Application CRFH - Galvanization, Galvalume, CRC - Automobile/ENGG Applications & General purpose Construction/ Rolling/ Cladding/HVAC/Ducting/ Furniture/Profile/ Corrugation & OEM Construction/ Rolling/ Cladding/HVAC/Ducting/ Furniture/Profile/ Corrugation & OEM Roofing/Cladding/ Profiles & Corrugation Can Manufacturing in OC,NOC,OTSC Utensils/Furnitures/ Ducting/Chimneys/ Automobiles/ENGG Application & General purpose
Packing Export Sea Worthy packing (Horizontal/Vertical)
Long Blooms
Wire rods
Wires
Profile
Billet
Rebars/Debars
Angles & Channels
Nails
Pipes & Tubes
Commodities Manganese, Chrome, Nickel & Iron Ore
Scrap Ferrous (HMS I, HMS I&II),Shredded,Stainless Steel, Non Ferrous, Aluminium,Copper & Lead
We Also offer HR plates & Other steel products.
Particulars Cold Rolled
Base Substrate HRC
Thinkness Range 0.12mm - 3mm
Width Range 700mm - 1650 mm
Specifications and Tolerance ASTM/JIS/EN/DIN
Grades CQ & Drawing
Hardness Range Full hard 85 - 100 HRB & Soft 40 - 70 HRB
Coating NA
Temper Soft / Hard
Finish Bright & Matt
Coll Weight 3 - 25 MT
Form Coil/Sheet/Slit & Blancs
Application CRFH - Galvanization, Galvalume, CRC - Automobile/ENGG Applications & General purpose
Packing Export Sea Worthy packing (Horizontal/Vertical)
Long Blooms
Wire rods
Wires
Profile
Commodities Manganese, Chrome, Nickel & Iron Ore
Scrap Ferrous (HMS I, HMS I&II),Shredded,Stainless Steel, Non Ferrous, Aluminium,Copper & Lead
Particulars Galvanized
Base Substrate CRC
Thinkness Range 0.12mm - 3.0mm
Width Range 700mm - 1650 mm
Specifications and Tolerance ASTM/JIS/EN/DIN
Grades CS, Drawing, Structural, HSLA
Hardness Range Hard 80 - 95 HRB & Soft 45 - 70HRB
Coating 40 - 350 GSM
Temper Soft/Semi Hard/Hard
Finish Regular, Mini & Zero Spangle
Coll Weight 3 - 25 MT
Form Coil/Slit/Sheet/Profile & Corrugation
Application Construction/ Rolling/ Cladding/HVAC/Ducting/ Furniture/Profile/ Corrugation & OEM
Packing Export Sea Worthy packing (Horizontal/Vertical)
Long Billet
Rebars/Debars
Angles & Channels
Nails
Pipes & Tubes
Commodities
Scrap
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Particulars Galvalume
Base Substrate CRC
Thinkness Range 0.16mm - 1.5mm
Width Range 700mm - 1300mm
Specifications and Tolerance ASTM/JIS/EN
Grades CS,Structural,Drawing
Hardness Range Hard 80 - 95 HRB & Soft 45 - 70HRB
Coating AZ30 - AZ165
Temper Soft/Semi Hard/Hard
Finish Regular, Mini & Zero Spangle
Coll Weight 3 - 12 MT
Form Coil/Slit/Sheet/Profile & Corrugation
Application Construction/ Rolling/ Cladding/HVAC/Ducting/ Furniture/Profile/ Corrugation & OEM
Packing Export Sea Worthy packing (Horizontal/Vertical)
Long
Commodities
Scrap
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Particulars PPGI/PPGL
Base Substrate GI/GL
Thinkness Range 0.12mm - 1.2mm
Width Range 700mm - 1300mm
Specifications and Tolerance ASTM/JIS/EN
Grades CS,Structural
Hardness Range Hard 80 - 95 HRB & Soft 45 - 70HRB
Coating 40 - 275 GSM / AZ30 - AZ2150
Temper Soft / Hard
Finish All Colour as per Customer’s request
Coll Weight 3 - 10 MT
Form Coil/Slit/Sheet/Profile & Corrugation
Application Roofing/Cladding/ Profiles & Corrugation
Packing Export Sea Worthy packing (Horizontal/Vertical)
Long
Commodities
Scrap
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Particulars Tinplate
Base Substrate TMBP
Thinkness Range 0.14mm - 0.60mm
Width Range 700mm - 1020mm
Specifications and Tolerance ASTM/JIS/EN
Grades OC,NOC,OTSC & TFS
Hardness Range 52 - 64 in SR & 70 - 76 in DR on HR 30T scale
Coating E10 - E50 & Differential
Temper T52/T55/T57/T61 & DR
Finish Bright, Stone & Silver/Matt
Coll Weight 3 - 10 MT
Form Coil/Sheet & Scroll Sheet
Application Can Manufacturing in OC,NOC,OTSC
Packing Export Sea Worthy packing (Horizontal/Vertical)
Long
Commodities
Scrap
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Particulars Stainless CR
Base Substrate HRC
Thinkness Range 0.05mm - 3.0mm
Width Range 700mm - 2100mm
Specifications and Tolerance ASTM/JIS/EN
Grades 200,300 & 400 series
Hardness Range Hard 80 - 95 HRB & Soft 45 - 70HRB
Coating NA
Temper Soft / Hard
Finish BA, 2B & 2D
Coll Weight 3 - 25 MT
Form Coil & sheet
Application Utensils/Furnitures/ Ducting/Chimneys/ Automobiles/ENGG Application & General purpose
Packing Export Sea Worthy packing (Horizontal/Vertical)
Long
Commodities
Scrap
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SERVICES WE OFFER

We are leading specialists in Steel trade providing
finest services in the sector.

Connecting Network
We provide a deep stemmed distribution and trading network to sell various long products like Wire Rods & Wires, keeping our presence into entire Flat steel product line.
Proactive Approach
It’s the promptness in our approach which allows us to cater quickly and flexibly to our customer’s needs and efficiently managing the risks in moving steel within India and around the world.
Market mix of Products
With our major product lines including Flat and Long Steel Products, we serve access to the widest and deepest product mixes in the market.
Our Privileged Relationship
With major steel mills/miners allows us to get excellent quality products at most competitive prices.
Our Motto, Your Delight
We serve a fundamental purpose to provide our customers with the steel they desire, when they need it.
Logistics simplified
Being the subsidiary of SOMA Universal Logistics PVT. LTD. We provide an end to end global logistical and supply chain support.

Our service strength combined with the robust demand of Indian steel in the last decade with expectations to continue the same in the years to come, we provide strong expansion opportunities.

Global steel

Global steel demand continues to show resilience.

The World Steel Association (worldsteel) today released its October 2018 Short Range Outlook (SRO). world steel projects global steel demand will reach 1,657.9 Mt in 2018, an increase of 3.9%* (please see *note below) over 2017. In 2019, it is forecast that global steel demand will grow by 1.4% to reach 1,681.2 Mt.

Commenting on the outlook, MrAl Remeithi, Chairman of the world steel Economics Committee said, "In 2018, global steel demand continued to show resilience supported by the recovery in investment activities in developed economies and the improved performance of emerging economies. Demand for steel is expected to remain positive into 2019, growing at 1.4% globally."

Global steel demand faces uncertainty from tensions in the global economic environment.

While the strength of steel demand recovery seen in 2017 was carried over to 2018, risks have increased. Rising trade tensions and volatile currency movements are increasing uncertainty. Normalisation of monetary policies in the US and EU could also influence the currencies of emerging economies.

China steel demand growth is expected to decelerate in the absence of stimulus measures

In the first half of 2018, Chinese steel demand got a boost from the mini stimulus in real estate and the strong global economy. However, continued economic rebalancing efforts and toughening environmental regulations will lead to deceleration of steel demand toward the end of 2018 and 2019.

Both downside and upside risks exist for China. Downside risks come from the ongoing trade friction with the US and a decelerating global economy. However, if the Chinese government decides to use stimulus measures to contain the potential slowdown of the Chineseeconomy in the face of a deteriorating economic environment, steel demand in 2019 will be boosted.

*Note: China continued to close most of its outdated induction furnaces in 2017, a category which was not captured in official statistics. While nominal steel demand growth in China in 2018 is expected to reach 6.0%, the dynamics of steel using sectors suggest growth of 2.0% in real terms. Accordingly, real global growth in 2018 is 2.1%. As happened in our October 2017 Short Range Outlook, the disparity comes from an underestimation of 2017 steel use that had been supplied by the illegal induction furnaces. Steel demand in the developed world remains healthy, but growth will moderate. Steel demand in developed economies is expected to increase by 1.0% in 2018 and 1.2% in 2019.

US steel demand grew strongly in 2017, benefiting from strong consumer spending and business investment supported by tax and regulatory changes and fiscal stimulus, although growth in the construction sector moderated. Steel demand growth in 2019 is expected to slow as auto manufacturing and construction activity is expected to see modest growth. The manufacturing sector is expected to perform well thanks to the strength of the machinery and equipment sector.

The broadening recovery of EU steel demand is expected to continue, though at a reduced pace, mainly driven by domestic demand. With business confidence high, investment and construction continued to recover while the automotive market may see slower demand growth. Though the economic fundamentals of the EU economy remain relatively healthy, steel demand in 2019 will show some deceleration over the growth seen in 2017-18, partly due to uncertainties resulting from global trade tensions.

Steel demand in Japan is expected to remain stable due to supportive factors on investment (record-high corporate earnings, the continuation of monetary easing, demand associated with the Tokyo Olympics and the increasing need for labour-savinginvestments).

Steel demand in Korea will contract further in 2018 with all its major steel using sectors struggling. Only a minor recovery is expected in 2019.

The developing world’s steel demand recovery continues, but is facing challenges.

As India recovers from the twin shocks of demonetisationand the goods and services tax (GST) implementation, India’s steel demand is expected to move back to a higher growth track. Steel demand will be supported by improving investment and infrastructure programs. Stressed government finances and corporate debt weighs on the outlook.

Sluggish construction activities and stock adjustments led to slow growth of steel demand in the ASEAN region in 2017 and 2018, but demand in the ASEAN region is expected to resume its growth momentum backed by infrastructure programmes in 2019 and onwards. Risks are largely related to rising trade tensions between the US and China, currency volatilities and political instability.

Steel demand in developing Asia excluding China is expected to increase by 5.9% and 6.8% in 2018 and 2019 respectively.

In the remainder of the emerging and developing economies, the recovery has been slow to gain momentum, with rising uncertainty in both domestic and external environments. Structural reforms, high financial market vulnerability and possible currency pressures from the tensionsin the global economy are amongst the main reasons.

In the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, reforms and a stronger oil market have led to an upward momentum in steel demand, but at a slow pace. The outlook for Iran has turned less favourabledue to the reinstatement of sanctions by the US.

Even with the rise in oil prices, growth in steel demand in Russia is expected to show weak momentum.

Turkish steel demand is expected to contract in 2018 with the currency crisis it has faced, but the government’s stabilisation measures and a consequent return to the competitiveness of the manufacturing sector is expected to help recovery in 2019.

Steel demand in the Latin American economies is continuing its second year of recovery backed by positive developments in thedomestic and the global economy. Steel demand in Brazil continued its stable recovery in 2018. This will continue into 2019 as election fever subsides. Steel demand in Mexico has suffered from uncertainties related to the NAFTA negotiation and the election, but the recent signingof USMCA and the new President calming jittery markets are expected to help the economy to recover slowly in 2019.

Steel demand in the emerging economies excluding China is expected to grow 3.2% and 3.9% in 2018 and 2019 respectively.

Mixed outlook for the construction sector and automotive market in many countries.

In the developed economies, growth in the construction sector is likely to moderate after the strong recovery momentum seen in 2017-18 due to a high base and rising interest rates. On the other hand, construction activities in most developing economies will continueto grow, notably in India, ASEAN and MENA. However, Brazil’s construction sector has not yet started to recover from its deep crisis.

The automotive markets which showed strong growth in the developed economies are softening on the back of slowing demand growth,rising fuel prices and interest rates. In the developing countries, demand for automobiles will continue to grow at a healthy pace. Themachinery sector in both the EU and US continues to be supported by a strong business investment phase.

Contact
AMOS UNIVERSAL PVT. LTD

605, Sunrise Business Park, S. G. Barve Rd,

Road No. 16, Nehru Nagar,

Wagle Industrial Estate, Thane 400604.

Maharashtra, India

Web: www.amosuniversal.com

email ID: commercial@amosuniversal.com

Call: 022-61797937

Fax: 022-61797980