Steel industry is one of the essential industries for the development of any community. In fact, it is really the base for numerous industries that could not have been established without steel industry.

The G2edge journey was started in the Metals & Mining industries with Traders building a quick process system to manage the Metal Trading Business operation. We took this challenge as an opportunity with pleasure. To compete in today’s fast-paced digital world with easy connectivity, Internet technology has become essential to provide quality service to Metals & Mining Industries.

G2edge B2B e-Commerce System track purchases from vendors and tighten internal operations costs. As many steel traders are dependent on effective business management that are specific to their line of business G2edge Digital Solutions should be the first choice to overlook your business process automation.

G2edge Digital cloud platform application software is developed to reduce the cost and to manage your business operation or implementation smoothly. It is flexible to move on your own private web platform or physical computer server so it can personalize and privatize your data completely on-premises.

G2edge has grown along with one of the most diversified traders in high-value raw materials to the non-ferrous industry. Due to the extensive ground knowledge and relationship with the mine owners our trading system is able to continuously support suppliers of premium grade mining products to Global Clients.

Optimize and grow your mining business in G2edge Digital, our next-generation business suite. Adopt global industry best practices, while attaining operational excellence across finance, sales, and the supply chain, with a personalized user experience.

G2edge is moving forward to become leading ERP platform for the metals industry so it can help your trading business to maximize sales operations, increase profits, and grow competitively.
The primary metal industry is composed principally of iron and steel and aluminum production. This industry has shown an impressive reduction of 46% in energy consumption during the last 30 years. This reduction has been a result of a 17% reduction in energy intensity—measured in terms of energy used per value of shipment—between 1985 and 2004, with an 11% reduction in electricity consumption (Figure 8). Recycling is widely utilized in this sector, with steel reaching rates of 83% in 2008. This contributes to declines in energy use in the sector (Steel Recycling Institute, 2009).