Niagara Falls

HISTORY

Originally built in the 1900’s as Pittsburg Metallurgical. It is the oldest operating alloy plant in the country. Sold in 1968 to Airco Alloys, and then sold again in 1979 to SKW. In 1994 the plant was purchased by Globe Metallurgical and then acquired by Globe specialty Metals, Inc. in 2006.

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PLANT FACILITIES

  • Two furnace operation, one operating at 22mw and one at 19.5mw
  • One crushing and sizing line
  • Two baghouse operation
  • New Laboratory built in 2009

LOCATION

The plant is located in the Niagara Falls area in Niagara county; New York. There is land and rail access and the closest airport is Buffalo International Airport.

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