Tri-link Marketing Services
A solid experience of international trading of feed and food raw materials with efficiency
Tri-Link is involved in the international trading of feed and food raw materials. Our years of solid experience in the industry have helped us serve Tri-link customers with efficiency, reliability, and confidence. We have grown our business mostly relying on referrals from current clients whom we have served satisfactorily by supporting the process of bringing the commodities from the countries of origin to our clients on time.
The company was founded in 2010 by a veteran in the trading industry who has been engaged in the international trading of feed and food raw materials since 1993. Bringing to Tri-link more than 23 years of reliable experience, our valued customers have known us in delivering quality materials brought by decades of expertise in sourcing commodities from countries where it is best grown.
Services and Products
Tri-link Marketing Services offers a wide range of cereal grains, legumes/pulses, and oilseeds which have the advantages of convenient transport with longer and easy storage.
Among our commodities traded are: Wheat, barley, oats, lupins, dun peas, green peas, yellow peas, maple peas, winter peas, split peas, mixed peas, sorghum, millet, corn, safflower seeds, sunflower seeds, vetch seeds, black beans, black kidney beans, soya beans, soybean meal, guar meal, wheat bran, dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS) dicalcium phosphate, mono dicalcium phosphate.
These products are sourced from various suppliers in Australia, Canada, China, India, United Kingdom and USA.
Cereal grains are rich sources of carbohydrate, have moderate protein level and low lipid content. Consequently, many foods derived from cereals are carbohydrate-rich. They provide more than half of energy worldwide. The starch serves as the primary energy storage.
Legumes or Pulses
Legumes/Pulses are rich in protein, fiber, and resistant starch. They provide about one-third of all dietary protein requirements. Cereal grain proteins do not have the ideal amino acid make-up. Legumes complement cereals in terms of amino acid composition.
Oilseeds are rich in protein and are consequently widely used in animal feed. They have their energy reserves mainly as oil compared with cereal's energy reserve in starch.