Oil Products

Gas Oil



Gasoil is a mainly used as a commercial fuel in many industries for the purpose of powering machinery, generators and for vehicles used off-road, including those used in the agricultural, rail transport and marine sectors to name but a few. It was also more commonly used by many businesses for heat generation. Gasoil is strictly prohibited and is only to be used in off-road vehicles. The reason for this is because gasoil carries a much lower tax rate than the regular diesel that you buy at the petrol station. This makes gasoil a much more cost-effective alternative.

Crude Oil

Crude oil means a mixture of hydrocarbons that exists in liquid phase in natural underground reservoirs and remains liquid at atmospheric pressure after passing through surface separating facilities. Crude oil is a nonrenewable resource, which means that it can't be replaced naturally at the rate we consume it and is, therefore, a limited resource. Crude oil is a global commodity that trades in markets around the world, both as spot oil and via derivatives contracts.
Many economists view crude oil as the single most important commodity in the world, as it is currently the primary source of energy production.

Crude Oils
Jet Fuel

Jet Fuel

Jet fuel is a type of aviation fuel designed for use in aircraft powered by gas-turbine engines. It is colorless to straw-colored in appearance. Jet fuel is a mixture of a variety of hydrocarbons. Because the exact composition of jet fuel varies widely based on petroleum source, it is impossible to define jet fuel as a ratio of specific hydrocarbons. Jet fuel is therefore defined as a performance specification rather than a chemical compound. As the aviation industry's jet fuel demands have increased to more than 5% of all refined products derived from crude, it has been necessary for the refiner to optimize the yield of jet fuel, a high-value product, by varying process techniques.


Naphtha is a flammable liquid hydrocarbon mixture. Mixtures labelled naphtha have been produced from natural gas condensates, petroleum distillates, and the distillation of coal tar and peat. Naphtha plays an important role as one of basic petrochemicals for downstream products. The demand of naphtha is estimated based on the margin and operation rate of a petrochemical plant, while its supply is affected by operation rate of refinery.


Petrol A80, A92 & A95

Petroleum is a naturally occurring liquid found beneath the earth’s surface that can be refined into fuel. A fossil fuel, petroleum is created by the decomposition of organic matter over time and used as fuel to power vehicles, heating units, and machines, and can be converted into plastics.
Because the majority of the world relies on petroleum for many goods and services, the petroleum industry is a major influence on world politics and the global economy.


Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), also called LP gas, any of several liquid mixtures of the volatile hydrocarbons propene, propane, butene, and butane. A typical commercial mixture may also contain ethane and ethylene, as well as a volatile mercaptan, an odorant added as a safety precaution. Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) is recovered from “wet” natural gas (gas with condensable heavy petroleum compounds) by absorption. LPG reaches the domestic consumer in cylinders under relatively low pressures. The largest part of the LPG produced is used in central heating systems, and the next largest as raw material for chemical plants and can be stored nearly indefinitely without degradation.






Urea is the most popular and cost-effective of all dry granular sources of nitrogen globally. Urea has a nitrogen content of 46%, and unlike phosphate and potassium fertilizers, needs to be applied several times during the growing season. Urea is an ideal source of nitrogen for all kinds of crops (wheat, barley, rice, maize etc.) In addition, urea is stable to store and transport.

Urea is available in two forms, Prilled and Granular. Granular urea is larger in size and harder than prilled urea, but the color will be the same, as is the application technique.

MOP (Potassium Chloride)

Potassium Chloride or Muriate of Potash is a vital and irreplaceable plant nutrient that is a cost effective quick release source of potassium which can be used for both capital and maintenance applications . Potash fertilizers are essential to plant health and maturation, and is absorbed by plants in significantly larger quantities than any other nutrient.

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Ammonium Sulphate

Ammonium sulphate fertilizer is a widely used, inorganic soil supplement that is particularly beneficial when used in alkaline soils. The active ingredients in it are nitrogen and sulfur, and if correctly used, this fertilizer helps maintain healthy nitrogen levels in the soil, and in the case of alkaline soils, helps to maintain a good pH balance. This product can also be used as an insecticide, herbicide and fungicide.

Sulphur is required for plants to synthesize amino acids, an important component of protein. Sulphur in starter fertilizer helps plants absorb protein nitrogen, which contributes to the quality of the vegetables or fruit produced by the plant. As a secondary nutrient, Sulphur influences the color and nutrients found in fruit and vegetable producing crops.

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DAP 18 : 46

Diammonium phosphate (DAP) is the world’s most widely used phosphate fertilizer today. It is popular because of its relatively high nutrient content and its excellent physical properties. DAP is especially beneficial to low pH or alkaline soil, and is a cost effective product providing readily available nitrogen and phosphate.

MAP 12 : 52

Monoammonium Phosphate (MAP) is a water soluble fertilizer that is a widely used source of Phosphorus and Nitrogen that lowers the soil pH temporarily to about 3.5 when it initially reacts with soil. MAP is easily absorbed by plants. MAP has the highest Phosphorus content of any common solid fertilizer. A water soluble fertilizer, MAP is generally applied in the granular and often is used as an ingredient in bulk-blended fertilizers.

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TRANSMART DMCC insures safe and prompt delivery of technical Iodine to any destination in the world. Packaging: Plastic drums of 25kg-50kgs net. Range of Application: Used in production of synthetic rubber, reagents, medical supplies, rare elements, also in production of colorants in cinema- photo industry and special chemistry. Physical appearance: purplish-black, crystal flakes or lump with metallic luster.


A naturally occurring semi-solid hydrocarbon product, derived by removing the lighter substances like liquid petroleum gas, petrol and diesel from crude oil. Bitumen is used variously through the ages as sealant, adhesive, building mortar, incense, as well as for decorative purposes..



We trade raw sugar in bulk and bag, white sugar in bags or containers. We source sugar from the world’s leading sugar producing countries, including Brazil, India, Thailand and other origins. We mainly focus on small and medium sized customers world wide, whose needs are smaller in terms of quantity.

Agro Commodities

Apart from fertilizers, Transmart also deals in various high quality agro products like dry fruits, nuts and lentils. Transmart procures the
choicest of products from various parts of the world and ships them with speed so as to ensure that they reach the end-users with their freshness intact. Our range of agro products include the following:

Snober Seeds
Chick Peas
Roasted Chick Peas
Green Beans (Mung)

Flax Seeds
Zira (Cumin)
Dried Mulberry
Dried Oleaster
Dried Raisins (3 types)
Dried Apricots