Large industrial companies often manage a variety of commodities with volatile prices. To successfully operate in a competitive market, this commodity price risk should be well understood and managed effectively. The KYOS commodity trade & risk management system (CTRM) is the result of many years of professional experience in managing commodity contracts, budgets, hedging, market price analysis and cash-flow forecasting. The KYOS web-based CTRM is an intuitive cloud-based system for procurement, sales, finance and treasury.

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Food companies purchase multiple commodities for their production processes. This includes for example sugar, corn, wheat, vegetable oils, milk and multiple ingredients.

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Beverage companies deal with many different types of commodities. For example ingredients for the beverages (wheat, barley, sugar) but also packaging materials as glass, aluminium, natural gas and electricity.

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The chemical industry is a large consumer of oil (+derivatives), natural gas, steam and electricity. Most of these commodities have regular periods of high volatility.

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Construction companies are exposed to aluminium, steel, bricks, bitumen, cement and glass. Most of these commodities are created in an energy intensive process.

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The metal market is a developed market with multiple exchanges where commodities are traded. The base metals exists of copper, lead, tin, nickel, zinc and aluminium.

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The paper and pulp production is a highly energy intensive process. The energy consumed is mainly natural gas and regularly the electricity produced is sold.

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In transport and dredging contracts the costs of the fuel component is significant. By adding fuel price adjustment clauses the risk is passed on to the contractors.

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The waste management industry produces energy from waste. The energy production is often sold to industrial companies in the direct neighborhood as steam or electricity.

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The automotive industry is exposed to multiple commodity price risks. This varies from aluminium and steel for the bodywork to chemical products like plastics and paint.

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