Mo i Rana

HISTORY

The plant was founded in 1955 as a part of A/S Norsk Jernverk. The plant was producing pig iron and the owner was the Norwegian state. In 1989 the plant became a part of the private sector and since then the company has had 5 different private owners, and the production has changed from pig iron to ferroalloys. In 2018 we became a part of Ferroglobe. Currently the plant is producing Ferromanganese in two furnaces.

At site there is also a Sinter plant.

Ferroglobe Mangan Norge AS has a strong commitment to HSE, and internal and external working environment is a priority area. The company is always working on improvement and is certified in ISO 9001, 45001 and 14001.

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Mo i Rana-Ferroglobe

PLANT FACILITIES

  • Two smelting furnaces (with a capacity of 125 000 mt/y) for SiMn and FeMn.
  • One Sinter plant, four sinter pans in operation (with a capacity of 240 kt/y depending on ore quality).
  • One crushing area.
  • Water treatment plant.

LOCATION

The plant is located in Mo i Rana inside Mo Industripark which is one of the largest industry-parks in Norway. It is close to port facilities – unloading directly to conveyor to FMN warehouse or to intermediate port storage areas. 

RELATED PRODUCTS

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