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The Cobalt Institute (CD) is a non-profit trade association set up by industry to promote the sustainable and responsible use of cobalt in all its forms. It does this through its expertise in high level HS&E work, regulatory implementation, global advocacy on behalf of Members and crucially developing the sustainable credentials of this important metal. The Cobalt Institute: adding value, getting results!
Foundry-Suppliers.Com (FSC) provides an e-commerce exchange platform for global foundry suppliers and purchasers. FSC assists global casting purchasers with looking for providers, basing on our plentiful foundry experience and up-to-date database resources of global foundry suppliers. Also, FSC has set up a database of global foundry purchasers to help global suppliers develop overseas market, and recommends suitable casting purchasers for suppliers. Until now, we have promoted cooperation for many casting buyers and sellers.
International Manganese Institute (IMnI)
The International Manganese Institute (IMnI) is a not-for-profit industry association that represents manganese ore and alloy producers, manufacturers of metallurgical products or chemical compounds, trading houses, industry service providers, companies involved in Mn business development, universities and research organizations around the world. Founded in 1975, with headquarters in Paris, France, IMnI’s mission is to provide vision and guidance to the Mn industry by promoting economic, social and environmental responsibility and sustainability to all stakeholders.
IMOA is a non-profit trade association representing the majority of the molybdenum industry worldwide, promoting molybdenum’s unique properties and its contribution to superior materials performance and enhanced sustainability in a host of applications. Acting as the voice of the industry, the Association works to maintain and develop market access for its members. An unrivalled source of information on molybdenum, IMOA also manages a historical database on global production and use.
The Indian Ferro Alloys Producers’ Association (IFAPA) promotes and protects the interests common to the Ferro Alloy Industry, specially with regard to level playing field; bringing together and promoting cooperation among Ferro Alloy Producers in India; maintaining uniformity in the rules and regulations and usages of the industry.
The Indian Ferro Alloy Producers’ Association (IFAPA) is an apex body representing manufacturers of Bulk and Noble Ferro Alloys in the country. The Ferro Alloys Industry was established during the second five year plan as an ancillary industry to cater to the growing needs of the domestic Steel Industry.
This Association of Ferro Alloy Producers was established in the year 1961 to look after the interests of its Members.
The Industry’s present capacity is around 5.15 Million Tonnes. The products covered are: Manganese Alloys (HC, MC and LC Ferro Manganese and Silico Manganese), Ferro Silicon, Chrome Alloys (HC,MC & LC Ferro Chrome, Silico Chrome and Charge Chrome), Noble Ferro Alloys (Ferro Molybdenum, Ferro Vanadium, Ferro Tungsten, Ferro Silicon Magnesium, Ferro Boron, Ferro Titanium, Ferro Aluminium, Ferro Silico Zirconium, Ferro Nickel Magnesium) etc.
Thus, the Ferro Alloys Industry, considered to be a vital industry, needs to be encouraged. It is envisaged by our planners that the Industry should produce larger quantities of basic alloys, which are required for the growth of the Steel Industry at home and also to cater to the international market.
The MMTA is the home for those engaged in the minor and specialty metals sector. It is a not–for-profit organisation dedicated to serve and promote the interests of its international membership. The MMTA is the largest association for minor and specialty metals, including rare earths and ferro-alloys, with members across the globe in over 20 countries involved in the 49 MMTA metals, as well as many others.
With developments in high-technology and a wide range of other industrial applications, the scope of minor metals activity has increased dramatically since the MMTA was founded in London in 1973. The MMTA works with and on behalf of its members to address issues that affect our industry by drawing on the collective experience of its membership.
International Chromium Development Association
Created in 1984 and based in Paris, France, the ICDA is non-profit organisation promoting the value and sustainability of chromium, advocating best practices in health, safety and environment fields and providing neutral and independent market analysis as well as scientific research. ICDA is a global forum for whoever has an interest in chromium.