Ferrochrome buyers nervous amid tight S. Africa supply
Feb 06, 2013 | 11:42 AM
| Janie Davies
CAPE TOWN, South Africa Ferrochrome consumers are nervous about South Africas tightening supply after the countrys producers cut output under electricity buyback deals, International Ferro Metals Ltd. chief executive officer Chris Jordaan said on the sidelines of Mining Indaba in Cape Town.
South Africas ferrochrome producers all struck deals recently to cut production and sell the conserved power back to state-run power provider Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., leading to tighter spot ferrochrome supplies from the country (amm.com, Jan. 24). ....
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