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TMCNet:  Global Ferro-Alloy Directory 2013

[January 14, 2013]

Global Ferro-Alloy Directory 2013

Jan 14, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b9k7wc/global) has announced the addition of the "Global Ferro-Alloy Directory 2013" directory to their offering.

If you need to find a supplier of, or trader, in Ferro-alloys, it can be a time-consuming task. In recent times new company start ups, mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, technological advances, furnace and mine openings and closings and other industry developments, have changed the shape of the industry considerably.

This new directory reflects the influx of new players into the industry - on both the producing and trading side. These new players have been attracted by increased steel production and high Ferroalloy prices, especially in the emerging markets, such as in China and India, where the Ferro-alloys industry is fragmented and contains hundreds of small producers.

Why waste valuable time searching the internet for these new contacts when we've done the hard work for you Simply order this directory today and save yourself time and money.

The Global Ferro-Alloy Directory contains details of the world's producers and traders of Ferro-alloys and ores and concentrates of: - Chromium - Manganese - Molybdenum - Nickel - Tungsten - Vanadium - Cobalt metal/ powder/ oxides - Ammonium paratungstate - Vanadium pentoxide - Slags Wherever you sit in the Ferro-alloys supply chain, this directory is an essential business tool.

If you're a producer, trader, or consumer; or if you're involved in plant equipment, shipping or warehousing; this new directory includes details on all the key contacts in the global Ferro-Alloys marketplace.

This essential guide to the global Ferro-Alloys industry contains full contact details for companies and personnel in the industry, including: - Company name & address - Telephone, fax - Email and web addresses, - Personnel names and job titles, with direct telephone and fax numbers And that's not all! The new directory also covers: - Works details - Materials produced and traded - Modernization and expansion plans - Plant capacity - And much more.

The fully cross-referenced Buyers Guide allows you to search for a particular product by country.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b9k7wc/global CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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