Established in 1989, Gemini Corporation N.V has its head office at Gemini House in Belgium. With over 25 years of experience, Gemini Corporation N.V renowned for Plastic Scrap, Steel Scrap and Rubber Scrap trading. Furthermore, Gemini has associate companies and infrastructure worldwide including China, India, Vietnam, UAE, Pakistan, Indonesia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, U.K. and U.S.A. Plastic Scrap, Steel Scrap and Wood are the biggest division in the company.
We ship more than 1250 TEU of Recyclable Plastic Scrap every month to India, China and other Far-East countries. Annual Exports: Over 150,000 Tonnes. We can supply LDPE Film Scrap, PC/ABS Scrap, PP BIG BAGS Scrap, EPS Scrap, Reprocessed Plastic Scrap, Plastic Regrinds, PET White Lumps, PET Mixed Colour Lumps, PET Preform, PET Washed Natural Flakes, PET Bottle Scrap, Shredded Steel Scrap as per ISRI 211 grade, Impurities – Maximum 1%. Loading in 20 ft HT Container – Average loading around 26 tonnes.
Since its inception in 1989 Gemini Corporation has earned a reputation around the world for adding value to the scrap raw material business. Through its strict quality control systems, strict adherence to environmental regulations and strict consistent procedures it strives to keep up the information flow up to date to its customers.
Gemini Corporation is one of the first companies to have received an AQSIQ License for export of recyclable scrap materials to China. Feel free to contact us today for all your plastic scrap, steel scrap and rubber scrap needs.
Gemini Corporation is one of the first companies to have received an AQSIQ License for export of recyclable materials to ChinaView Certificate
Gemini Corporation's Dun & Bradstreet credit rating stands at 2A1 (D-U-N-S number: 37-292-6378) as on 26th August 2012.View Certificate
Gemini Corporation has a 20.65% LDPE market share in the total export of Plastic Scrap from Belgium as per the National Bank of Belgium Data for year 2013.View Certificate
Gemini Corporation is a BIR Gold Member. The company's Chairman, Mr. Surendra Borad has been the Chairman of the Plastics Committee of the BIR since 2006.View Certificate