Why Choose Us
Building the foundations of strength. Our steel products provide the enduring cornerstone for your projects.
Since its founding in 2004 in Shanghai, China, Brilliance has endeavored to be globally recognized as a leading and constantly growing force in the steel industry. We are not owned by, nor do we own, any steel producers. Our independence from steel producers ensures that we are objective in matching exact customer needs in terms of quality, specifications, financial terms and delivery.
Brilliance is doing more than just trade metal and non-ferrous. We provide the best products you are looking for and satisfy with the demands you require, wherever you are in the world. Our professional product knowledge, market insight and logistics team, marketing support, financial services and social network can make us be an elegant force. The Group connects steel, people as well as processes in a client-oriented and takes our social responsibility. Our experience, dedicated people, our drive to become the standard of excellence manner enables us to offer the best in import & export services.
As an Importer of Raw Material like iron ore, chrome ore and non-metal scrap. As an Exporter of long steel products, flat steel products and semi-products. Our products are used in vertical industry: Home Appliance, Construction, Heavy Machinery, Automotive, Utilities, Shipbuilding, Windpower, Gas and Oil etc.
BMT is proud to share its success story of supplying steel coils to West Africa for the production of pipes. By providing high-quality steel coils, BMT has contributed to the development of the local pipe manufacturing industry in the region. This partnership has not only met the end-users' demand for reliable and durable pipes but has also positively impacted the socio-economic growth of West Africa. BMT's commitment to delivering superior steel products has established a trusted and long-standing relationship with its customers, positioning them as a leading supplier in the region.
Megatrends are powerful, sustained forces. While their impact might not be felt in the short-term, over decades they transform the global social and economic landscape in a major way. Urbanisation, technological progress and climate change are typical examples of megatrends that are also expected to shape the future of the global steel industry.
Hydrogen has been hailed as the ultimate energy solution for a sustainable future. However, its development as a fuel has been slow due to several challenges such as heavy reliance on non-renewable sources, high capital costs, and lack of infrastructure.