Nonferrous RSS

  • Alcoa idles Italian smelters after EC energy tariff ruling Nov 19, 2009

    Alcoa Inc. will temporarily curtail all production at its aluminum smelters in Fusina and Portovesme, Italy, after the European Commission ruled that the company must repay a portion of its Italian energy tariff.

  • Duluth mining mergers said in cards Nov 19, 2009

    Four mining companies have a foothold in eastern Minnesota’s resource-rich Duluth mineral complex, but if consolidation in the global mining sector continues that number could be whittled down to one.

  • Duluth mining mergers said in cards Nov 19, 2009

    Four mining companies have a foothold in eastern Minnesota’s resource-rich Duluth mineral complex, but if consolidation in the global mining sector continues that number could be whittled down to one.

  • Sapa to install new extrusion press at Cressona Nov 19, 2009

    Sapa Holding AB is gearing up to install a large capacity extrusion press at its Cressona, Pa., facility.

  • Apella forms vanadium subsidiary Nov 19, 2009

    Apella Resources Inc., Vancouver, has formed a wholly owned subsidiary to develop its iron-vanadium-titanium projects in Canada.

  • Century to restart construction of Iceland smelter Nov 19, 2009

    Century Aluminum Co. is set to restart construction at its greenfield smelter in Helguvik, Iceland, in the spring of 2010 and is targeting first production by 2012, a top executive said.

  • Timminco gets $10M to boost output Nov 19, 2009

    Timminco Ltd. will receive $10 million in financing from AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group NV to boost its silicon metal production and reposition its solar-silicon business.

  • Timminco gets $10M to boost silicon metal output Nov 19, 2009

    Timminco Ltd. will receive $10 million in financing from AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group NV to boost its silicon metal production and reposition its solar-silicon business.

  • Apella forms new vanadium subsidiary Nov 19, 2009

    Apella Resources Inc. has formed a wholly-owned subsidiary to develop its iron-vanadium-titanium projects in Canada.

  • Century Aluminum eyes Helguvik production in 2012 Nov 19, 2009

    Century Aluminum Co. will restart construction of its greenfield smelter in Helguvik, Iceland in earnest in the spring of 2010 and is targeting first production by 2012, a top executive said.

  • Copper nears $7,000/T on LME, at 14-month high on Comex Nov 18, 2009

    Copper edged towards the psychologically important $7,000-per-tonne mark on the London Metal Exchange Wednesday and set new 2009 highs in New York despite rising stocks and disappointing housing starts.

  • Copper nears $7,000/T on LME, at 14-month high on Comex Nov 18, 2009

    Copper edged towards the psychologically important $7,000-per-tonne mark on the London Metal Exchange Wednesday and set new 2009 highs in New York despite rising stocks and disappointing housing starts.

  • Aluminum rally not driven by demand Nov 18, 2009

    Aluminum futures roared to a one-year high Wednesday at the hands of a weaker U.S. dollar and ongoing speculation across the entire commodities complex.

  • Aluminum rally not driven by demand Nov 18, 2009

    Aluminum futures roared to a one-year high Wednesday at the hands of a weaker U.S. dollar and ongoing speculation across the entire commodities complex.

  • Chilean copper output up 10% in Sept. Nov 18, 2009

    Chile produced 461,700 tonnes of copper in September, the highest monthly volume so far this year and up 10 percent from 419,900 tonnes produced in the same month last year, according to Comisión Chilena del Cobre, the Chilean copper commission.

  • Century runs out of zinc stocks, halts shipments Nov 18, 2009

    The Century zinc concentrate operation in Australia has run out of inventory after making its last shipment late Tuesday.

  • Copper mart in 58,000T deficit in first 9 months: WBMS Nov 18, 2009

    The world copper market recorded a deficit of 58,000 tonnes in the first nine months of this year in contrast to a 27,000-tonne surplus in the same period last year, according to World Bureau of Metal Statistics (WBMS) data.

  • Teck shuts down lead smelter at Trail facility Nov 18, 2009

    Canadian base metals miner Teck Resources Ltd. has warned customers of a possible impact on lead shipments after the company temporarily shut down the lead smelter at its Trail facility in British Columbia.

  • US copper tube case vs. China, Mexico still facing hurdles Nov 18, 2009

    The fight against allegedly under-priced copper pipe and tube imports from China and Mexico has advanced to the next level, but several hurdles lie ahead.

  • Crowflight halts nickel mine production for 3 months Nov 18, 2009

    Crowflight Minerals Inc. will suspend all mining and milling operations at its Bucko Lake nickel mine in Manitoba’s Thompson nickel belt for the next three months as it upgrades its operations.

  • Breakwater miners return to Myra Falls Nov 18, 2009

    Miners returned underground at Breakwater Resources Ltd.’s Myra Falls zinc operation late Tuesday after evacuating the previous day due to heavy rain and snow.

  • Breakwater miners back underground at Myra Falls Nov 18, 2009

    Miners returned underground at Breakwater Resources Ltd.’s Myra Falls zinc operation late Tuesday after evacuating the previous day due to heavy rain and snow.

  • Teck shuts down lead smelter at Trail facility Nov 18, 2009

    Canadian base metals miner Teck Resources Ltd. has warned customers of a possible impact on lead shipments after the company temporarily shut down the lead smelter at its Trail facility in British Columbia.

  • Crowflight idles Bucko nickel output for three months Nov 18, 2009

    Crowflight Minerals Inc. will suspend all mining and milling operations at its Bucko Lake nickel mine in Manitoba’s Thompson nickel belt for the next three months as it upgrades its operations.

Latest Pricing Trends

Poll

Is severe weather affecting your business?

Yes
No


View previous results

AMM Events