Derivatives of Cobalt have multi-industry applications in healthcare, industry, and technology.Cobalt (II) Hydroxide is gaining global importance, as governments across the world move towards lowering their carbon emissions and promoting renewable energy solutions like electric vehicles (EV). Given its high conductivity, this inorganic compound is a key component in the manufacture of rechargeable batteries in EVs. We produce 3000 MT of Cobalt (II) Hydroxide in powder form annually for export and will, in a near future, expand our production capacity to add an additional 3,500 MT by Q1 of 2023