BTI Bulk Trading International has gone live with the Brady trading and risk management solution for its trading activities. BTI Bulk Trading International, established in 2009, is an independent, Swiss-based, global trading company primarily involved in the trading of petroleum coke, non-ferrous metals (aluminium, copper, lead, nickel and zinc) and minerals. BTI works both directly and through agents worldwide, with a team of more than 20 people at the head office and its worldwide agents.
Michele Ortelli, managing director of BTI Bulk Trading International, said: “Having selected Brady’s solution for its functionality, speed and ease of use, we are impressed at how quickly we have been able to go live with them, from the original contract signing in October 2010 to full production and a go-live in February 2011.”
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