Lightforce is a Swiss commodity brokerage house, active in the global physical trade of energy, grains, refined non-ferrous metals and minerals.
Lightforce has positioned itself as a successful and innovative commodity brokerage house with a global footprint, active in the physical movement of refined metal, minerals, oil/gas and grains.
Headquartered in Geneve (Switzerland), with further presence in Moscow, London, New York, Buenos Aires, Dubai, and Shanghai - Lightforce is well positioned to serve the global commodities market.
Highly experienced management and professional team
Global coverage via offices in Europe, N. America, S. America, Asia and Russia/CIS,
Multinational, multilingual speaking team
Active business transactions on 6 continents
Strong relationships with key producers and suppliers
Well established organizational structure and business processes
Lightforce trades in LME deliverable primary aluminum, purity aluminum, and primary foundry alloys - from the world’s largest producers.
Lightforce is a leading global copper broker, with activity in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia. We broker Grade A/standard grade cathodes, off-grade cathodes, anodes, blister, copper cements and scrap.
Lightforce’s involvement in all major energy commodity markets including gas, oil, power and coal is significant as markets become ever more interrelated. Our physical presence combined with deep institutional relationships with key global producers enable us to support customers with a range of individually tailored cross-commodity transactions and vast supply of products.
Oil / Natural Gas / LNG / Coal
Wheat / Corn / Soy / Sugar / Vegetable oils
Convergence across the world’s commodity asset classes is increasingly evident. At Lightforce, we actively develop our presence in major agricultural origin and destination markets. Current product coverage includes primary food and feed grains, oil seeds, and vegetable oils.
Our main brokerage operations are in Geneva and Buenos Aires. From Geneva we service the European and Asian markets, distributing supplies from Central and South America.