ICC’s core business

To be active as the supplier and distributor through her affiliated companies, in Europe, CIS Countries, Africa, GCC Countries, making her the ideal institute for providing financial and operational services, both to the clients as well as the global suppliers, specially in view of the existing complications associated with the foreign trades between Developing Countries and the International sales channels in terms of L/Cs and payments terms, documentations, logistics, etc. 
 
Slate

Slate

Slate begins as a sediment of fine-grained mud. The metamorphic process of burial, compression, and heating creates first shale and then slate. Slate has a cleavage that allows it to be split into parallel sheets. This characteristic also gives slate its signature clefted appearance. Slates vary widely in hardness and porosity. Indian slates are generally more porous and flaky and usually not suitable for outdoor use. They sometimes have a high mica content that gives them an iridescent shine. Chinese slates are harder and often more rustic. They may have heavier clefting than their Indian counterparts. Both Indian and Chinese slates have a wide range of color variation within a single type of slate. Vermont slates are quite dense and usually have much less pronounced clefting. They are also much more consistent in color than the other slates.