CC METALS AND ALLOYS TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND FERROSILICON PRODUCTION, EFFECTIVE JULY 1
Production halt expected to last three months; company to leverage existing inventory to meet customer orders
CALVERT CITY, KY (June 23, 2015) – CC Metals and Alloys, LLC (“CCMA”) today announced that it will temporarily suspend ferrosilicon production at its Calvert City plant, effective July 1, 2015.“Click here to read more …”
FELMAN PRODUCTION TEMPORARILY SHUTS DOWN ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE FOR
- To continue producing ferroalloys at remaining operational furnace during interim -
NEW HAVEN, W. Va. (February 20, 2015) – Felman Production, LLC (“Felman”) today announced that it has temporarily shut down one of its two operational electric arc furnaces for maintenance and upgrades.“Click here to read more …”
FELMAN PRODUCTIONFILES ANTI-DUMPING PETITION AGAINST SILICOMANGANESE
IMPORTS FROM AUSTRALIA
NEW HAVEN, W. Va. (February 19, 2015) - Felman Production, LLC (“Felman”) today filed an anti-dumping petition with the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission, charging that dumped imports of silicomanganese from Australia are causing material injury to its West Virginia manufacturing operation and to the U.S. silicomanganese industry as a whole.“Click here to read more …”
GEORGIAN AMERICAN ALLOYS, INC. ANNOUNCES SHIFT IN FURNACE PRODUCTION
MIAMI, FL (July 7, 2014) – Georgian American Alloys, Inc. (“GAA”), the parent company of Felman Production LLC, CC Metals and Alloys, LLC, Felman Trading, Inc. and Georgian Manganese, LLC, today announced that Georgian Manganese will shift production at three of its furnaces from silicomanganese to ferromanganese beginning in August.Click here to read more...
FELMAN PRODUCTION TO RESTART ONE FURNACE, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
NEW HAVEN, W. Va. (July 1, 2014) – Felman Production, LLC (“Felman” or the “Company”) today announced that it will immediately begin to resume plant operations following an agreement that it has reached with the Appalachian Power Company (“APCo”) regarding a market variable electrical rate. The rate was a necessary component in enabling the ongoing economic viability of Felman’s New Haven manufacturing site. The Company plans to fully resume production in two of its three furnaces by the end of July.Click here to read more...