Commercial importer

Who we are?

At SAMAZU LLC, we pride ourselves on being a dynamic and well-established import and export company with a two decade of experience in the global marketplace. Since our inception in 2003, we have been dedicated to facilitating seamless international trade and providing unparalleled services to our clients.

What Sets Us Apart

A Decade of Expertise

With 20 years of experience, we have honed our skills and built a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies of international trade. Our seasoned team brings a wealth of knowledge to every transaction, ensuring smooth and successful operations.

Global Network

Over the years, we have established a robust network of partners, suppliers, and clients worldwide. This expansive network allows us to navigate diverse markets and provide our clients with access to a wide range of quality products.

Innovation and Adaptability

In a rapidly evolving global economy, adaptability is key. We embrace innovation and continuously update our strategies to stay ahead of industry trends, ensuring our clients benefit from the latest advancements in international trade.

Our products

Clumping Mineral Litters

Clumping mineral litter refers to a type of cat litter that is made from natural minerals, usually bentonite or a similar type of clay. The key characteristic of clumping mineral litter is its ability to form tight clumps when it comes into contact with moisture, such as cat urine. This makes it easier for pet owners to scoop out soiled litter and maintain a cleaner litter box.

Bentonite clay is often used in clumping litters because of its natural ability to absorb moisture and form solid clumps. When a cat uses the litter box, the urine is absorbed by the clay particles, causing them to swell and stick together, forming a clump that can be easily scooped out. This helps control odors and makes it more convenient for cat owners to maintain a hygienic litter box environment.

Clumping mineral litters are popular among cat owners for their convenience and effectiveness in managing waste. However, some cats may have preferences for certain textures or scents, so it’s essential to choose a litter that your cat finds comfortable to use. Additionally, be mindful of any potential allergies or sensitivities your cat may have when selecting a cat litter.

Absorbent Mineral Litters

Absorbent mineral litters, like clumping mineral litters, are a type of cat litter made from natural minerals. These litters are designed to absorb and retain moisture, particularly cat urine, to help control odors and maintain a cleaner litter box. Various types of minerals can be used in the production of absorbent mineral litters, and the most common ones include:

  • Silica
  • Diatom

Absorbent mineral litters are beneficial for cat owners who want a litter that effectively controls moisture and odor without forming clumps. While they may not be as convenient for scooping as clumping litters, they still offer good absorbency and help in maintaining a clean and dry litter box. As with any cat litter, it’s important to consider your cat’s preferences and any potential sensitivities when choosing an absorbent mineral litter.


Corn Cat Litter

Corn cat litter, also known as corn-based cat litter or corn clumping litter, is a type of cat litter made from corn or maize. This type of cat litter is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional clay-based litters, as it is often biodegradable and made from renewable resources.

The primary component of corn cat litter is usually cornstarch or whole-kernel corn. Some varieties may also incorporate other natural ingredients. Corn cat litter typically comes in two main forms:

1. Clumping Corn Litter: This type of litter is designed to form clumps when it comes into contact with moisture, such as cat urine. The clumps are then easily scoopable, making it convenient for cat owners to remove soiled litter and maintain a clean litter box.

2. Non-Clumping Corn Litter: Some corn-based litters are non-clumping and rely on the natural absorbent properties of corn to control moisture and odors. While these litters don’t form tight clumps, they still absorb liquids and can be scooped to remove waste.

Benefits of corn cat litter include its biodegradability, reduced environmental impact, and often being free of harmful chemicals or additives. Additionally, some cats and cat owners prefer the texture and feel of corn litter. However, as with any cat litter, individual cats may have preferences, so it’s essential to consider your cat’s comfort and your own preferences when choosing a litter.


SAMAZU is proud to be a dynamic and well-established import and export company, with two decades of experience in the global market. Since its founding in 2003, SAMAZU  has been dedicated to facilitating seamless international trade and offering unmatched services to its customers. With a focus on adaptability and innovation, the company remains at the forefront of industry trends, ensuring its clients benefit from the latest advances in international trade.

For almost 20 years, SAMAZU has built its mission around pet wellness and hygiene, offering a wide range of natural products. These products are the result of a constant search for the best performing and highest quality materials. With an experienced team and a global network of partners, suppliers and customers, SAMAZU LLC has established itself as a key player in facilitating trade in pet care products in the international market.

Samazu | 2024