Korean problems with LC FeCr

Korean low-carbon ferrochrome buyers are complaining about some of material they purchased from Indian companies. The low carbon has disrupted furnace operations, with the mills complaining of high N and Al levels in the material. At least some of the Indian material appears to have come from South Africa’s Minerals2Metals aluminothermic plant Witbank. M2M produces about 1,000 mtpm of low-carbon ferrochrome (typically 55-65% Cr and 0.05% C and 1% Si), Ultra low-carbon ferromanganese, (80% Mn, 0.2% C and 1.5% Si))  and tin (99.5% Sn).

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