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DTC Confirms Sightholder List

New 'Flexible' Contract Period Begins

Apr 2, 2012 5:22 AM   By Avi Krawitz
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RAPAPORT... The Diamond Trading Company (DTC) confirmed its list of sightholders for the 2012-2015 supplier of choice contract period. The De Beers rough distribution unit launched its website over the weekend providing information about the sightholders as the new contract period effectively began on April 1, 2012.

The new sightholders will receive goods from the next sight, which is scheduled to take place on May 1.

De Beers stressed that it has enabled a more flexible supply policy during the new contract period by providing an opportunity to Diamdel clients to apply for a DTC sight.

“DTC’s new process for re-planning future intentions to offer (ITO) allocations will better reflect individual sightholder demand as demonstrated during the preceding ITO period,” De Beers explained. “This could result in future ITO allocations increasing or decreasing in line with the demand demonstrated.”

Diamdel registered bidders that purchase at least $3 million in aggregate in a particular category of rough diamonds and make at least three separate purchases across a calendar year – prorated to $2 million and at least two separate purchases for 2012 – will be invited to submit a contract proposal questionnaire, the company clarified.

De Beers expects that the first such invitations will be made toward the end of 2012. If successful, applicants will be offered an ITO of $3 million in the category concerned for the 2013-2014 ITO period starting on March 31, 2013, the company stated.

In December, DTC announced its provisional list of sightholders, which included 66 companies to receive goods at the sight in the U.K., 21 in Botswana, 13 in Namibia, 10 in South Africa, two in Canada and four sightholders that deal in industrial goods. The website lists a total of 75 sightholders with some companies receiving multiple sights in the respective locations.

While a separate list of sightholders was provided for Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Canada and industrial were provided, the 66 London sightholders were not named in a separate list. The following table provides the names of the sightholders as provided by DTC:

Sightholder Name Headquarters Website Sight Location (London Not Specified)

1 A. Dalumi Diamonds Israel Botswana
2 Almod Diamonds Ltd. USA Namibia
3 AMC NV Belgium Namibia, S. Africa
4 Ankit Gems Private Limited India
5 Arjav Diamonds NV Belgium
6 Bhavani Gems India
7 Blue Star Diamonds Pvt. Ltd. India Botswana
8 Chow Sang Sang Jewellery Company Limited Hong Kong
9 Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Co.Ltd. Hong Kong Botswana, S. Africa
10 Crossworks Manufacturing Ltd. Canada Namibia, Canada
11 Dali Diamond Co. Belgium
12 DDM Arabov Group Israel Botswana, S. Africa
13 De Toledo Diamonds Ltd Israel 
14 Dharmanandan Diamonds Pvt Ltd India
15 Diacor International Ltd. Switzerland Botswana, Namibia, S. Africa, Canada



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18 Diarough NV Belgium Botswana
19 Digico Holdings Ltd. Hong Kong Namibia
20 Dilipkumar V. Lakhi India
21 Dimexon International Holding BV India
22 E.F.D. Ltd.  Israel
23 Eloquence Corporation dba MWI ELOQUENCE USA Industrial
24 Eurostar Diamonds International S.A. Belgium Botswana
25 Exelco Belgium Botswana
26 EZ Diamonds Israel
27 Fruchter Gad Diamonds Ltd. Israel
28 Gitanjali Gems Ltd. India
29 Gold Star Diamond Private Limited India
30 Hard Stone Processing (Pty) Ltd Namibia Namibia
31 Hari Krishna Exports Pvt. Ltd. India
32 Henri Polak USA No website address provided Industrial
33 IGC Group LTD Belgium Botswana
34 Jewelex India Private Limited India
35 Julius Klein Diamonds LLC USA Botswana, Namibia, S. Africa
36 K Girdharlal International Limited India
37 KARP Impex Ltd. India
38 KGK Diamonds (I) Private Limited India S. Africa
39 Kiran Gems Private Limited India
40 Kristall Production Corporation OAO Russian Federation
41 L. M. Van Moppes & Sons Ltd United Kingdom Industrial
42 Laurelton Diamonds Belgium Botswana, Namibia, S. Africa
43 Laxmi Diamond Pvt Ltd India
44 Lazare Kaplan International Inc. USA Botswana, Namibia
45 Leo Schachter International LTD Israel Botswana
46 Lieber & Solow Ltd. USA Industrial
47 M Suresh Company Private Limited India
48 Mahendra Brothers Exports Private Limited India
49 Mohit Diamonds Private Limited India
50 MOTIGANZ Diamond Group Israel Botswana
51 Niru Diamonds Israel (1987) Ltd. Israel
52 Pluczenik Diamond Company NV Belgium Botswana, Namibia
53 Premier Gem (Group) USA
54 Jasani India
55 Richold SA Switzerland
56 Rosy Blue (India) Pvt. Ltd. Belgium
57 Rosy Blue (NV) Business Alliance  Belgium
58 S. Vinodkumar Diamonds Pvt. Ltd India
59 Safdico Mauritius Botswana, S. Africa
60 Sahar Atid Diamonds Ltd. Israel
61 Schachter and Namdar (Pty) Ltd South Africa Namibia, S. Africa
62 Shairu Gems  India
63 Sheetal Manufacturing Company PVT LTD India
64 Shree Ramkrishna Export India
65 Shrenuj & Company Limited India Botswana
66 Star Diamond Group (SDG) BV Belgium  Botswana
67 Stuller, Inc. USA
68 Suashish Diamonds Ltd. India Botswana
69 Tache Company NV Belgium Botswana, S. Africa
70 Tasaki & Co Ltd. Japan
71 Trau Bros Belgium Namibia
72 Venus Jewel India
73 Vijay Diamond FZE UAE
74 Yerushalmi Bros. Diamonds Ltd Israel Botswana
75 Yoshfe Diamonds International Ltd. Israel
76 Yosi Glick Diamonds (2003) Ltd. Israel

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