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ALROSA inks agreement with 12 Indian companies for direct rough supply

12 december 2014

Russia’s ALROSA finalised three year contracts for direct rough supply to 12 Indian diamond companies at the World Diamond Conference in India today, reports gjepc.org. The agreements were signed by Illya Raschin, Acting President of ALROSA with the respective heads of each of the companies in the presence of Shri Siddharth, Joint Secretary, Dept. of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India.
The 12 companies selected as clients of the Russian mining company are: Rosy Blue, Diamond India Ltd, Jasani, KiranGems, Shree Ramkrishna Exports, Hari Krishna Exports, KGK, Dimexon, Venus Jewel, Karp Impex, Sheetal Manufacturing and Asian Star.
During the new contract period which starts at the beginning of 2015 the estimated direct sales from ALROSA to Indian companies will be about $700 million, and the total for the three year period will reach $2.1 billion.
This represents a massive five-fold increase in the current direct supplies of rough from ALROSA to India and will provide a huge boost to the Indian manufacturers.

Aruna Gaitonde, Editor in Chief of the Indian Bureau, Rough&Polished