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  • Copper wire takes blow from China halt to EHV power grid Jan 07, 2014

    Chinese demand for copper wire and cable has taken a hit as construction of the country’s extra high voltage (EHV) national electrical grid has ground to a halt due to authorities’ failure to approve projects.

  • Mississippi Silicon to break ground in Miss. Jan 06, 2014

    Mississippi Silicon plans to break ground on a silicon metal production facility in Burnsville, Miss., Jan. 13, a company executive told AMM.

  • Alcoa wins bidding for Ormet carbon anodes Jan 06, 2014

    Alcoa Inc. has won an auction for carbon anodes from bankrupt aluminum producer Ormet Corp., agreeing to pay more than $11 million for 51,800 tonnes.

  • Without financial investment, Adanac will liquidate assets Jan 06, 2014

    Adanac Molybdenum Corp. will begin liquidating its assets unless a third-party investor for the company or its Ruby Creek project is found.

  • Indonesia gearing for mineral export ban Jan 06, 2014

    A last-minute presidential or Supreme Court intervention might add another dimension to the much talked about and hugely convoluted Indonesian minerals export ban, which is slated for a Jan. 12 rollout but isn’t yet set in stone.

  • Silicomanganese prices climb, FeSi may dip Jan 03, 2014

    Silicomanganese spot prices have moved up over the holiday season, while traders are reporting fewer concerns about ferrosilicon supply, which could prompt further price drops.

  • Sapa sells another extrusion plant Jan 03, 2014

    Downstream aluminum producer Sapa Group has agreed to sell its multiport extrusion business in Harderwijk, the Netherlands, to Dutch investment firm Standard Investment, it said during the European holiday break.

  • Alba plots 2014 path: executive Jan 03, 2014

    After the rapid growth of its primary aluminum industry, the Middle East is looking to build up its downstream sector.

  • Ma’aden restarts potline in Saudi Arabia Jan 03, 2014

    Production has restarted at the first potline at Alcoa Inc. and Saudi Arabian Mining Co.’s (Ma’aden’s) joint-venture aluminum smelter in Saudi Arabia.

  • Titanium surcharge continues slide Jan 02, 2014

    A key titanium surcharge continued to fall in the first quarter as buyers look for signs that the price-cutting that characterized much of last year’s fourth quarter might be easing.

  • Warehouses heed LME call for rent restraint Jan 02, 2014

    Rent increases at LME-approved warehouses will be lower in 2014 after the London Metal Exchange urged warehouses to show restraint, the exchange has said.

  • LME will go ahead with warehouse rules Jan 02, 2014

    The London Metal Exchange said it will apply changes to its warehousing agreement and approval policy after further consultation with shed owners.

  • SCM hikes extrusion product prices Jan 02, 2014

    Service Center Metals LLC (SCM) has increased its market prices on all products by 0.6 cents per pound, the aluminum extruder said in a Jan. 2 letter to customers.

  • Aluminum castings supplier is cited by OSHA, faces fine Jan 02, 2014

    A major supplier of aluminum castings has been cited by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for 14 alleged safety and health violations carrying proposed penalties of $293,700.

  • Mississippi Silicon to build $200M facility Jan 02, 2014

    Mississippi Silicon plans to build a $200-million silicon metal production facility in Burnsville, Miss., state development officials said.

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