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The only international organisation for Chromium in all its forms
. The International Chromium Development Association (ICDA) is the international association of the Chromium Industry.

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CR-Fotolia_28422493_SIn 1762, J. G. Legmann described an orange-yellow mineral discovered in Siberia’s Ural Mountains, which he called crocoite...

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2nd major event to celebrate 30 years of ICDA!

head-chromium-2014Save the date! - Register here

You have enjoyed the Cape Town event?

To continue to celebrate 30 years of ICDA in 2014 join the New Delhi open conference: Chromium 2014.

India, a founding country of ICDA, will be our final destination to close a generation of our history and look at the future.

Do not miss this event with surprise guests, special treats and a tailor-made program focusing on the most crucial issues of the moment.

Join and celebrate with us the success of your industry association and also spread the word about it as this event will be open to any company having an interest in the chrome industry.

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Presentation in London March 3-4th, 2014

ICDA Market Research Analyst, Aloys d'Harambure, discussed Chrome and Ferrochrome Supply.

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Special release

ICDA-MMR-June-2014-Overview-of-chromium-and-related-industries-in-2013Outlook of chromium and related industries in 2013: Aloys d'Harambure, ICDA Market Research Analyst
(source: Minerals & Metals Review)

"As is widely known, ferrochrome is an alloy of chrome and iron, containing between 50% and 70% chrome. Of the three different forms of ferrochrome, high-carbon ferrochrome/charge ferrochrome is by far the main one, representing 95% of total ferrochrome production." Downloadpdf

energy-updateEnergy Update - No.2 - June 2014

" Introduction: The main costs in ferrochrome production come from ore, energy and reductants such as coke..." Downloadpdf (Available for ICDA Ordinary and Associate Members only)


REACH-Europe-Progress-Report-07-07-2014Chrome HSE & Regulatory Update No.4: ICDA REACH Europe Progress Report

"The EU REACH 1907/2006/EC was adopted on 18th December 2006, and went into effect on 1st June 2007. This product safety legislation places the responsibility on industry to demonstrate..." Downloadpdf (Available for ICDA Members only)


 icda-marpol-updateMARPOL ANNEX V Update review

''(...) Starting May 2013, the ICDA has been working on determining whether chromite elements above or equal to 0.1% are classified according to MARPOL Annex V update.(...)'' Downloadpdf (Available for ICDA Members only)

MARPOL Annex V update studies

 

ICDA-Q1-2014-Quarterly-AnalysisNew! The Quarterly Global Chrome Ore and Ferrochrome Analysis - Q1 2014

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(Available for ICDA Ordinary and Associate Members only)

icda-ferrochrome-brochureFerrochrome brochure (Published in 2014)
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(Available for ICDA Ordinary & Associate Members only)

STeam Stainless Stainless Steel for a Sustainable Futureustainable Stainless
(Team Stainless)

"(...) Due to its resistance to corrosion and staining, as well as needing little maintenance, most stainless steel products have long useful lives.(...)"
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Source: Ferroalloynet.com

Chinese high-carbon ferrochrome imports decreased by 30% in June 2014 compared to the previous month. Read More


Source: Metal Pages

The Chinese government decided to remove about 2.547 million tonnes per year of ferro-alloys capacity by the end of 2014. Read More


Source: Metal Bulletin

China increased itschrome ore imports in June 2014. Read More


Source: Ferroalloynet.com

Chinese high-carbon ferrochrome imports decreased by 30% in June 2014 compared to the previous month. Read More


Source: Metal Pages

The Chinese government decided to remove about 2.547 million tonnes per year of ferro-alloys capacity by the end of 2014. Read More


Source: Metal Bulletin

China increased itschrome ore imports in June 2014. Read More


Source: Ferroalloynet.com

Chinese high-carbon ferrochrome imports decreased by 30% in June 2014 compared to the previous month. Read More


Source: Metal Pages

The Chinese government decided to remove about 2.547 million tonnes per year of ferro-alloys capacity by the end of 2014. Read More


Source: Metal Bulletin

China increased itschrome ore imports in June 2014. Read More


Source: Ferroalloynet.com

Chinese high-carbon ferrochrome imports decreased by 30% in June 2014 compared to the previous month. Read More


Source: Metal Pages

The Chinese government decided to remove about 2.547 million tonnes per year of ferro-alloys capacity by the end of 2014. Read More


Source: Metal Bulletin

China increased itschrome ore imports in June 2014. Read More


Source: Ferroalloynet.com

Chinese high-carbon ferrochrome imports decreased by 30% in June 2014 compared to the previous month. Read More


Source: Metal Pages

The Chinese government decided to remove about 2.547 million tonnes per year of ferro-alloys capacity by the end of 2014. Read More


Source: Metal Bulletin

China increased itschrome ore imports in June 2014. Read More


Source: Ferroalloynet.com

Chinese high-carbon ferrochrome imports decreased by 30% in June 2014 compared to the previous month. Read More


Source: Metal Pages

The Chinese government decided to remove about 2.547 million tonnes per year of ferro-alloys capacity by the end of 2014. Read More


Source: Metal Bulletin

China increased itschrome ore imports in June 2014. Read More


Source: Ferroalloynet.com

Chinese high-carbon ferrochrome imports decreased by 30% in June 2014 compared to the previous month. Read More


Source: Metal Pages

The Chinese government decided to remove about 2.547 million tonnes per year of ferro-alloys capacity by the end of 2014. Read More


Source: Metal Bulletin

China increased itschrome ore imports in June 2014. Read More


Source: Ferroalloynet.com

Chinese high-carbon ferrochrome imports decreased by 30% in June 2014 compared to the previous month. Read More


Source: Metal Pages

The Chinese government decided to remove about 2.547 million tonnes per year of ferro-alloys capacity by the end of 2014. Read More


Source: Metal Bulletin

China increased itschrome ore imports in June 2014. Read More


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"Ask the Analyst."

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A question about a weekly market update, statistical figure or one of our market studies? A specific market/statistic request? Feel free to contact our Analyst, Aloys d'Harambure, for a consultation (for Ordinary and Associate Members)
 

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