In the 1940's, a company then known as Pittsburgh Metallurgical, began business as a producer of large-volume commodity ferroalloys for the steel industry. In the early 1980's, when imports started undercutting domestic prices, the company decided that it was time to convert its product line to higher value added specialty ferrosilicons and magnesium ferrosilicon products. With this new direction and a new name, CC Metals and Alloys, LLC. began to establish itself as a quality supplier of specialty ferroalloys to the steel and foundry industries. 

Located in Calvert City, Kentucky, CCMA is ISO 9001 certified and operates as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Miami, Florida-based Georgian American Alloys, Inc. ("GAA"), a leading manufacturer, supplier and trader of ferroalloys. Below are some interesting facts about our internationally recognized manufacturing facility, which allows us to produce highly customized orders that meet our clients exact specifications:

- The plant uses approximately 100 megawatts of electric power to operate three Submerged Arc Electric Furnaces, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our electricity is supplied by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).

- The furnaces produce various kinds of ferrosilicons, which combine to make more than 40 different products including 18 different Ferrosilicons and more than 20 different Magnesium Ferrosilicon inoculants, high purity, 3%-9% Magnesium and proprietary alloys.

- CC Metals and Alloys, LLC. ships over 100,000 metric tons of finished product annually from our manufacturing facility in Calvert City, KY via barge, rail and truck.

- Our alloys are used to produce a variety of products such as home furnishings (tubs, sinks and other bath fixtures), automobile parts, bridges, machinery, buildings, concrete, welding rods, tractor parts, lawn mowers, etc.

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