Colombia is rich in history, culture, and commerce. Colombian civilization dates back more than 10,000 years, with complex political and social systems dating back to the first millennium AD. Beginning with the arrival of Spanish ships in 1499, Colombia has continued to transform politically and socially. The Spaniards infused European culture that survives today in capital cities like Bogotá and Cartagena. Spanish rule began to wane in the beginning of the 19th century, ushering in the independent Colombian state. Periods of social and political tension ebbed through much of the next two centuries, but the spirit and charisma of the Colombia people has remained remarkable.
Colombia’s natural resource markets are robust and help drive commerce throughout the region. Colombia has the largest coal reserves in Latin America and significant reserves of oil. Precious metals mined in Colombia include gold, platinum, and silver. Additionally, Colombia produces copper, nickel, iron ore, and other minerals including salt, sulfur, and gypsum, and emeralds. NTR Metals works hand-in-hand with Colombian officials to continually improvement enforcement of mining regulations. Together, NTR Metals and the Colombian government are helping protect Colombia’s precious natural resources.
NTR METALS COLOMBIA
NTR Metals Colombia was established in 2014. Colombian operations are managed by Said Kamle and a dedicated team of local professionals at the NTR Metals offices in Zona Franca and Cali. NTR Metals Colombia is pleased to offer refining and trading services to a diverse set of Colombian businesses. today.