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is world’s largest ferrovanadium producer outside of China,
providing 23% of global supply in 2016. Using cost-efficient vanadium slag, a
by-product of steel production, as feedstock EVRAZ Vanadium remains highly
competitive in the international market of vanadium products. Recognized market
leadership and vertical integration provide ability to secure agreements with
largest steel groups that form the core of EVRAZ Vanadium customer pool. High
level of in-house technical expertise allows EVRAZ to constantly increase the
efficiency of production as well as to provide support to our customers adding
extra value to their production chains of vanadium-bearing applications.
EVRAZ Vanady Tula joined EVRAZ Group in 2009. Today EVRAZ Vanady Tula is the largest European producer of vanadium pentoxide, ferrovanadium-50 and ferrovanadium-80 – alloy additions used to manufacture extra high strength steel for various applications and titanium alloys. The site's production and scientific resources allow for processing of any vanadium-containing materials and producing a wide range of products.
Hot Springs, Arkansas, U.S.A.
EVRAZ Stratcor, Inc. is one of the world's leading producers and suppliers of vanadium alloys and chemicals. These vital ingredients are used by the steel, chemical, titanium, and turbine-coatings industries to improve their products and/or processes. The company's headquarters, plant, and technology center are located in Hot Springs, Arkansas, while the company's technical-sales organization is located in Chicago, Illinois.
Mníšek pod Brdy, Czech Republic
EVRAZ Nikom is engaged in production of ferroalloys and corundum material. It converts the vanadium oxide produced by Vanady Tula into ferrovanadium, the major vanadium product used by the steel industry to increase strength and hardness. EVRAZ Nikom manages to produce about 4,600 metric tons of ferrovanadium per year that are shipped to steelmakers globally.