Felman Production Temporarily Shuts Down Electric Arc Furnace for Maintenance

- To continue producing ferroalloys at remaining operational furnace during interim -

NEW HAVEN, W.Va.--()--Felman Production, LLC (“Felman”) today announced that it has temporarily shut down one of its two operational electric arc furnaces 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.

Felman anticipates the maintenance project will be completed in approximately 10 weeks.

About Felman Production, LLC:

Founded in 2006 and headquartered in New Haven, WV, Felman Production, LLC is a leading producer of high-quality ferrosilicomanganese, an essential deoxidizer and alloy additive used in the manufacturing of steel. When utilizing multiple furnaces in around-the-clock operations, the company has the capacity to produce approximately 105,000 metric tons of silicomanganese annually at its 190 plus acre facility. Felman Production’s products are distributed to steelmakers across North and South America through its sister company Felman Trading, Inc., an international ferroalloys trading company. Felman Production is one of only two companies in the United States that produces critically important silicomanganese. Felman Production is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Miami-based Georgian American Alloys, Inc. For more information, please visit: www.gaalloys.com.

Contacts

Media:
ICR, Inc.
Jason Chudoba or John McKenna
203-682-8200
Jason.Chudoba@icrinc.com
John.McKenna@icrinc.com

Contacts

Media:
ICR, Inc.
Jason Chudoba or John McKenna
203-682-8200
Jason.Chudoba@icrinc.com
John.McKenna@icrinc.com