Brazilian ferroalloys producer Ferbasa recorded net sales of
68.38 million reais ($34.24 million) in February after selling
higher tonnages of high-carbon ferrochrome.
Thats up 11.8 percent from
61.13 million reais a year earlier and 10.7 percent above
Januarys 61.76 million reais, the company said in a
filing with the São Paulo Stock Exchange.
The company sold 22,412 tonnes of ferroalloys in February.
High-carbon ferrochrome accounted for 13,201 tonnes of that
total, up 3.8 percent year on year; low-carbon ferrochrome,
1,433 tonnes, down 22.2 percent; and ferrosilicon, 7,778
tonnes, down 5.8 percent.
A version of this article was first
published by AMM sister publication Metal