Products and Services

Sourcing Service

DANTEK provides procurement and supply chain solutions to either government or large-scale manufacturing companies.

Upon agreement, DANTEK is able to undertake strategic sourcing project while secure customer’s confidentiality. Our sourcing team takes advantage of a wealth of database and industry know-how to deliver process improvement and enhanced relationship management to each of our clients, and ultimately save them time and money.

DANTEK Sourcing Service

DANTEK Sourcing Service

The project process ensures that:

  • Our clients receives the best value from its investments by requiring an analysis of needs, risk and budget in more than one development option before an investment is approved;
  • Promotes efficient and effective planning of service delivery strategies and resource needs by agencies;
  • Ensures the clear definition of the criteria which will be applied to determine project viability and to support project justification;
  • Encourages innovative service delivery options, including: solutions developed in conjunction with the private sector; using optimum technology to achieve desired outcomes; “no build” solutions to satisfy service delivery needs; and “end use” planning to provide alternative uses for built assets.

 

Chemicals and Minerals 

 

ree-elements

As a major rare earth products supplier, DANTEK is supplying rare earth products globally with competitive price and reliable quality. DANTEK is able to supply the full line of products: Rare Earth Oxide and Rare Earth Metals. 

Rare earth products by element
Cerium Lanthanum Praseodymium  Neodymium
Dysprosium Holmium Erbium  Thulium
Samarium Europium Gadolinium  Terbium
Ytterbium Lutetium Scandium  Yttrium

There are 17 rare earth elements (REEs), 15 within the chemical group called lanthanides, plus yttrium and scandium. The lanthanides consist of the following: lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, promethium, samarium, europium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, holmium, erbium, thulium, ytterbium, and lutetium. Rare earths are moderately abundant in the earth’s crust, some even more abundant than copper, lead, gold, and platinum. While more abundant than many other minerals, REEs are not concentrated enough to make them easily exploitable economically.

Contact us to get your best rare earth price.