MEDIMA & Combined Metal Industries, Inc. Announce Exclusive Canadian Representation

MEDIMA, a North-American supplier of ferro-alloys and other materials,  announced the expansion of their products and services into the Canadian market through an exclusive partnership with Combined Metal Industries, Inc. (CMI).

The exclusive representation is based on mutual business objectives that allow customers in the Canadian market access to quality materials with trustworthy customer service at competitive prices.  MEDIMA partnered with CMI, who is well established and known in the Canadian market for their superior customer service, environmental stewardship and state-of-the-art operating systems.  Focusing on the supply of raw materials with an emphasis on Chrome, Silicon, Manganese and Noble products,  MEDIMA and CMI are ready to supply customers in the Canadian market with valued products and services.

Rand Alloys, a subsidiary of CMI, will also be representing MEDIMA products through the CMI infrastructure to ensure customers in a broader market have access to the new product offerings.

Combined Metal Industries, Inc. is resolved to be a leading and innovative recycler and distributor of metal products.  CMI is committed to maintaining the highest levels of integrity, professionalism and environmental consciousness while exceeding our customers’ expectations in service and value.

MEDIMA offers a wide range of both in-demand and hard-to-find metals, alloys, and inoculants by utilizing a global network to provide these resources direct to their  customers. 

Source: BNN

Samancor appoints North American agent

MEDIMA, recently set up in Williamsville, New York, has been appointed sole agent in North America to Samancor Chrome, the largest ferro-chrome producer in South Africa.

Barry Lazar of MEDIMA said the company will be the exclusive agent for all sales of Samancor’s charge chrome, and IZC3 medium carbon and low carbon ferro-chrome in North America. In addition to fulfilling Samancor’s long term business it is able to offer spot material in the US market.

Samancor is expected to bring its medium carbon ferro-chrome production back online shortly, following an accident which damaged the furnace at its Ferrometals works in February this year.

Medima is also the North American agent for Elektrowerk Weisweiler (EWW), a German producer of special grades of low carbon ferro-chrome, which it produces from Turkish chrome ore.

The US company also trades a range of noble alloys, manganese and chromium metal, and both 70% and 30% grades of ferro-titanium, working in partnership with Noble Group, the exclusive ferro-titanium agent for Russian producer VSMPO.

Source: Metal Pages