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The Miami Herald
September 13, 2017
By Ken Stier

The dangers of doing business abroad

When Miami businessmen Mordechai ‘Motti’ Korf and Uriel Tzvi Laber bought into a mining operation in the former Soviet republic of Georgia in 2013, they were adding their names to a distinguished line of foreign, and domestic, businessmen trying to make a fortune from a world-class source of manganese, a critical additive for modern iron and steel.

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Platts
August 25, 2017
By Bob Matyi

Felman's West Virginia silicomanganese plant resumes operations

Felman Production has resumed silicomanganese production on one electric arc furnace at its 105,000 mt/year plant in New Haven, West Virginia, the company confirmed Friday in an email to S&P Global Platts.

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Platts
July 26, 2017
By Bob Matyi

 Felman says will not declare force majeure while US silicomanganese plant idled

US silicomanganese producer Felman Production will not declare force majeure while its 105,000 mt/year plant in New Haven, West Virginia, is idled, a company spokesman said Wednesday.

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In The Right Vein
July 25, 2017

Transformer failure at Felman’s SiMn plant to cause production losses

There was a transformer failure at Felman Production’s New Haven, WV, silicomanganese smelter. At least one furnace has been affected and the unit will be closed for at least three weeks. The company now estimates that production losses will be around 5,000 tons but that could change if the unit is out longer than expected.

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Metal-Pages
July 25, 2017

Felman SiMn output hit by transformer failure

New York, 25 July (Argus) — Silico-manganese producer Felman Production will perform repairs at its New Haven, West Virginia, facility for three weeks following a transformer failure.

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