Demand to drive need for silicon metal: Globe
Feb 07, 2014 | 02:02 PM
CHICAGO Globe Specialty Metals Inc. is not concerned about potential new silicon metal capacity in North America, citing increased demand and low energy costs, according to the companys top executive.
Recently announced projects also might not impact the market for yearsassuming they are ever built, Jeff Bradley, chief executive officer of the silicon metal and silicon-based alloys producer, said during an earnings conference call with analysts Feb. 7.
"Markets are improving all over the world," he said. "So as time goes you will see more capacity come up. ... As demand continues to grow, there is more capacity that will be needed."....
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