Klyuchevsk Ferrous Alloys Works to cut down on output

Klyuchevsk Ferrous Alloys Works announced the company was to produce less than had been planned for the first three months of 2008. This was brought about by the delays in the supply of chrome iron ore from Kazakhstan to Russian Chrome 1915 (the enterprise which is part of RosSpetsSplav as well as Klyuchevsk Ferrous Alloys Works). According to RosSpetsSplav’s press officer, the shipments of ore will get back to normal no sooner than in mid-March 2008.


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