Georgian American Alloys, Inc. (“GAA”), headquartered in Miami, Florida, manufactures and supplies high quality ferroalloys used in the manufacturing of iron and steel through wholly-owned US based subsidiaries Felman Production, LLC (“Felman Production”), Felman Trading, Inc. (“Felman Trading”), CC Metals & Alloys, LLC (“CCMA”), and Eastern European-based Georgian Manganese, LLC which is comprised of Chiatura Manganese Mine, Zestafoni Ferroalloy Plant, and Vartsikhe Hydroelectric facility.
Felman Trading, based in Miami, Florida, is a global manufacturer and distributor of ferroalloys that represents some of the world’s largest, longstanding alloy producers from Ukraine, Georgia, Romania and the United States. In addition to distributing a significant portion of the United States requirement for silicomanganese, Felman Trading also sells ferroalloys to steelmakers and foundries in North, Central and South Americas.
Felman Production, based in New Haven, West Virginia, is one of two producers of silicomanganese in the US.
CCMA, located in Calvert City, KY, is the leading supplier of high-grade ferrosilicon to the North American steel industry, as well as a major producer and supplier of specialty ferroalloys to the global iron foundry industry.
Georgian Manganese is a major producer of high-grade and regular-grade silicomanganese in Georgia. Georgian Manganese’s mining operation includes seven mines and eight quarries. Vartsikhe 2005, LLC is a hydroelectric power plant that supplies power to its affiliated companies Chiatura Manganese Mine ("Chiatura") and Zestafoni Ferroalloys Plant ("Zestafoni").
With a diverse portfolio of complementary businesses and marketing arrangements,
GAA is a global leader in the ferroalloy industry, offering seamless,
reliable delivery of high quality products at competitive prices.