Platts
March 12, 2015
By Anthony Poole

US DoC starts Australian SiMn dumping probe

The US Department of Commerce has initiated an antidumping investigation into imports of silicomanganese from Australia, the US International Trade Administration said on March 12.

The investigation follows a petition filed on February 19 by Felman Production, one of two producers of silicomanganese in the US, alleging a dumping margin of 77.97% on Australian silicomanganese. The other US producer, Eramet Marietta, in Ohio, has not filed a petition.

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Ryan’s Notes
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March 6, 2015

Euro manganese alloys see competition

There were reports this week of potential weakness for prices of manganese alloys in Europe, as mills began to conclude business across a wider range. Sources noted some renewed competition following limited price appreciation. Pending confirmation, there could be some adjustment for high-carbon ferromanganese and silicomanganese in Europe in the near term.

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AMM
March 2, 2015
Page 7
By Daniel Fitzgerald

Bulk alloy prices hold firm; trade case has little impact

NEW YORK - Bulk alloy spot prices remain largely stable against a background of stagnant spot trading activity, with some silicomanganese market participants seeing little short-term impact from Felman Production LLC's trade action against Australian imports.

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AMM
February 27, 2015
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ITC begins silicomanganese anti-dumping investigation

NEW YORK - The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has initiated an anti-dumping duty investigation into silicomanganese imports from Australia following a petition from Felman Production LLC.

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AMM
February 26, 2015
Page 7
By Daniel Fitzgerald

Felman temporarily shuts W.Va. EF for maintenance

NEW YORK - Felman Production LLC has temporarily shut down one of the two electric-arc furnaces at its New Haven, W.Va., silicomanganese plant for maintenance and upgrades.

"The temporary shutdown will allow Felman to improve production efficiency and environmental compliance. During this period, Felman will continue to produce ferroalloys and satisfy customer requirements using its remaining operational furnace," the New Haven-based company said Feb. 20.

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