Global Ferroalloys Market-Global Industry Analysis And Forecast (2020-2027) – By Type, End-Use Industry, And Region.

Global Ferroalloys Market was valued at US$ 54.41 Bn in 2019 and is estimated to reach at an evaluation of US$ 72.86 Bn by the end of 2027, growing at a CAGR of 6.1% during the forecast 2020 and 2027. To know about the Research Methodology :- Request Free Sample Report

Global Ferroalloys Market Definition:

Ferroalloys are iron metal alloy composed of aluminum, silicon, or magnesium primarily used in the production of steel & to enhance the properties of metal such as durability, the tensile strength with magnetic properties which makes them useful in the construction of electrical appliances & large motor. Ferrous metals are also find useful in automobiles, housing construction, railways & roadways transportation etc.The report study has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic on the sales revenue of market leaders, market followers and disrupters in the report and same is reflected in our analysis. Ferrous metals are also the most recycled materials in the world. For Instance, In 2019 alone, X.2 Bn tons of steel were produced, of which XXX Mn tons was made from scrap materials.

Global Ferroalloys Market Dynamics:

The report covers worldwide Ferroalloys Market size in value and volume with market dynamics by region. All the segments and their detailed evaluation of the trends and factors affecting the market analyzed in the report. Market affecting factors cover drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges, consolidation, investment in the industry with focus on key market players by region. Some of the key factors driving the growth of ferroalloys market are growing demand for steels in shipbuilding, construction, automotive and other industries in manufacturing. Emerging countries such as India and china have become center hub for Ferroalloys with high steel production. The Global crude steel production was valued to be 1.8 Bn tons in 2019 and is expected to reach XX Bn by 2027, growing at CAGR of 5.3%. Furthermore, growing population with improving standard of living and initiatives in R&D by government are anticipated to benefit the market’s growth in the upcoming forecast. The development of high-strength steel grades and lightweight provide opportunities to promote the development especially in emerging countries and is another factor driving the global ferroalloys market. However, stringent regulations in concern to environmental hazard with high operating costs are major factor constricting the growth and hindering the market. Thanks to strict regulation the market opportunities are shifted towards eastern countries, which is amazed in the report by countries.

Global Ferroalloys Market: Market Segmentation

The report covers competitive analysis of the Ferroalloys Market in each of the geographical segments thereby providing insight into a market share of the countries. In terms of Application, steel held largest market share with US$ XX % in 2019 and its development is forecasted to have a significant growth over next seven year, 2019- 2027. The growth is attributed to growing production nearly 80% of ferroalloy are utilized in the production of steel because of low price, good characteristic & widespread application of steel in automotive, construction, shipbuilding sector. Moreover, upsurge demand for different types steel grade in emerging countries especially in, China & India region is one of the driving factors of ferroalloy market growth. For instance, Asia pacific in 2019, valued a market growth of 2.4 Mn tons in crude steel production compared to 2018. Furthermore, initiatives by government in recent development for smart cities promotes opportunities for steel and hinder the growth for ferroalloy market. Based on type, bulk ferroalloys generates the largest revenue of XX Mn in 2019 and is estimated to grow in the coming forecast almost 80 % of ferroalloys are used to product bulk ferroalloys to improve properties of steel. Ferromanganese is anticipated to show the fastest growth of US$ XX % during the forecast, due to its extensive usage in steel production. Ferromanganese is widely used as a desulfurizing agent to produce steel and plays a major part in steel production, as it reduces the production of undesired iron oxide and removes nitrogen bubbles. Noble ferroalloys show steady growth an accounts for 30% of the global market share as they are expensive to produce in comparison to bulk ferroalloys and are made from rare earth minerals such as, tungsten, chromium, nickel, boron, cobalt and phosphorus.

Global Ferroalloys Market: Geographical Analysis

Asia Pacific is the dominant market with market share of XX% with UD$ XX Bn in 2019 and is anticipated to reach US$ XX.X Bn by 2027, at a CAGR of XX %. China is considered as center glut for steel production with 51.3% in 2018, and as per world steel association, In June 2019 China is registered as the largest steel producer, with an upsurge of 6.6 percent from~860 MT around ~900 Mn tones (MT) of steel. Moreover, rapid industrialization and large investments by government of India and large companies in development and making smart India is expected to boost demand for Ferroalloys in market. Europe, is projected to have a healthy growth over the forecast due to widespread utilization of Ferro alloy in automotive industries and increasing used of matrix alloy to lessen metal toxicity drive the market. North America is projected to register a considerable CAGR during the forecast due to the Existence of major players and presence of well-established industries such as, metallurgical, aerospace, construction etc., positively impact the regional market.

Competitive Analysis: Global Ferroalloys Market:

The report of Global Ferroalloys Market analysis includes information of detailed analysis leading manufacturer’s, prominent vendors and upcoming trends & challenges that will influence market growth. Further, the adoption of variant strategic business activities such as acquisitions, mergers, collaboration, etc. are estimated to create productive opportunities for the global market over the forecast period. As per report, some major prominent players in Ferroalloys Market are BASF Corporation, Tata Steel, and ArcelorMittal etc.

Recent News:

SAIL Chairman Emphasizes on introducing 2-Third Ferro Alloy Requirement In-House On 24th, November 2018: SAIL chairman Anil Chaudhury announced that the company should engage with two-third ferroalloy necessity for better cost-efficiency. He stated that Chandrapur Ferro Alloy plant which appears about 40 of SAIL's Manganese ore-based ferroalloy necessity must raise potential, by which SAIL would be able to meet two-thirds of its total ferroalloy condition which will lead to better cost-efficiency. He also claimed that SAIL is assigned to the Ministry of Steels in increasing steel production to 300 Mn tonnes by 2030-31. CPF is the alone public sector company of India providing ferro-alloy in the country with introduced high carbon ferromanganese, the capacity of 1,90,000 tonnes per year or silicon manganese established capacity of 1,30,000 tonnes per year. The objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the Global Ferroalloys Market including all the stakeholders of the industry. The past and current status of the industry with forecasted market size and trends are presented in the report with the analysis of complicated data in simple language. The report covers all the aspects of the industry with a dedicated study of key players that includes market leaders, followers, and new entrants. PORTER, SVOR, PESTEL analysis with the potential impact of micro-economic factors of the market has been presented in the report. External as well as internal factors that are supposed to affect the business positively or negatively have been analyzed, which will give a clear futuristic view of the industry to the decision-makers.

Some of the Key Recent Developments& Acquisition:

•  Anil Agarwal-owned Vedanta took over Ferro Alloys Corporation (Facor) and its sub-company Facor Power through the insolvency made process. The company paid cash of ₹10 crores and the balance ₹270 crores by Non-Convertible Debentures payable uniformly over four years from March 2021. •  As per current news from the Indian Bureau of Mines, India’s manganese ore resources come to 430 Mn tonnes, including stocks of 142 Mn tonnes. Odisha only holds 40% of the resources. The state also included 93% of the country’s 203 Mn tonnes of chromite, including stocks of 54 Mn tonnes. •  Tata Steel has the second-largest leasehold possession of chromite sediments in Odisha, supported by other integrated ferroalloys generators, such as IMFA and FACOR. •  Vedanta procures Ferro Alloys Corporation Ltd, on 31st January 2020, Mumbai, In Pursuant 30, 2020, of National Company Law Tribunal Cuttack, Vedanta Limited is executing the adopted Resolution Plan for Ferro Alloys Corporation Ltd (“FACOR”).This is Vedanta's second major acquisition through the auction of stressed steel assets under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. It follows Vedanta's acquisition of Electrosteel Steels through the IBC-led process in 2018 for around Rs 5,320 crore. The report also helps in understanding Global Ferroalloys Market dynamics, structure by analyzing the market segments and projects the Global Ferroalloys Market size. Clear representation of competitive analysis of key players By Pathogen Type, price, financial position, Product portfolio, growth strategies, and regional presence in the Global Ferroalloys Market make the report investor’s guide

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Global Ferroalloys Market, By Type:

• Bulk Alloys o Ferrosilicon o Ferromanganese o Ferrochromium o Others • Noble Alloys o Ferromolybdenum o Ferronickel o Ferrotungsten o Ferrovanadium o Ferrotitanium o Others

Global Ferroalloys Market, By End-Use Industry

• Steel • Superalloys and Alloys • Wire Production • Welding Electrodes • Others

Global Ferroalloys Market, By Region

• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • The Middle East and Africa • Latin America

Global Ferroalloys Market, key Players

• ArcelorMittal • Tata Steel • Sakura Ferroalloys • BAFA Bahrain • OM Holdings LTD • Pertama Ferroalloys • NikoPol Ferroalloy Plant • Brahm Group • Ferroalloy Corporation Limited • China Minmetals Corporation • Gulf Ferroalloys Company • Shanghai Shenjia Ferroalloys Co. Ltd. • Vale S.A. • MORTEX GroupGeorgian American Alloys • SAIL • OFZ S.A. • Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation • S.C. Ferl S.R.L. • Jindal Group • Glencore • Samancore Chrome • Ferro Alloys Corporation Limited.
Global Ferroalloys Market 1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 2.3.1.1. Secondary data 2.3.1.2. Secondary Sources 2.3.2. Primary Research 2.3.2.1. Data from Primary Sources 2.3.2.2. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: Global Ferroalloys Market Size, by Market Value (US$ Bn) and Volume (Units) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 4.8. Patent Registration 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Global Ferroalloys Market Analysis and Forecast 6.1. Global Ferroalloys Market Size & Y-o-Y Growth Analysis 6.1.1. North America 6.1.2. Europe 6.1.3. Asia Pacific 6.1.4. Middle East & Africa 6.1.5. South America 7. Global Ferroalloys Market Analysis and Forecast, By Type 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. Global Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 7.4. Global Ferroalloys Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Type 7.5. Global Ferroalloys Market Analysis, By Type 7.6. Global Ferroalloys Market Attractiveness Analysis, By Type 8. Global Ferroalloys Market Analysis and Forecast, By End-Use Industry 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. Global Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By End-Use Industry 8.4. Global Ferroalloys Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By End-Use Industry 8.5. Global Ferroalloys Market Analysis, By End-Use Industry 8.6. Global Ferroalloys Market Attractiveness Analysis, By End-Use Industry 9. Global Ferroalloys Market Analysis, by Region 9.1. Global Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, by Region 9.2. Global Ferroalloys Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Region 9.3. Global Ferroalloys Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 10. North America Ferroalloys Market Analysis 10.1. Key Findings 10.2. North America Ferroalloys Market Overview 10.3. North America Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 10.4. North America Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 10.4.1. Bulk Alloys 10.4.1.1. Ferrosilicon 10.4.1.2. Ferromanganese 10.4.1.3. Ferrochromium 10.4.1.4. Others 10.4.2. Noble Alloys 10.4.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 10.4.2.2. Ferronickel 10.4.2.3. Ferrotungsten 10.4.2.4. Ferrovanadium 10.4.2.5. Ferrotitanium 10.4.2.6. Others 10.5. North America Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By End-Use Industry 10.6. North America Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 10.6.1. Steel 10.6.2. Superalloys and Alloys 10.6.3. Wire Production 10.6.4. Welding Electrodes 10.6.5. Others 10.7. North America Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 10.8. North America Ferroalloys Market Forecast, by Country 10.8.1. The U.S. 10.8.2. Canada 10.9. North America Ferroalloys Market Analysis, by Country 10.10. U.S. Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 10.10.1. Bulk Alloys 10.10.1.1. Ferrosilicon 10.10.1.2. Ferromanganese 10.10.1.3. Ferrochromium 10.10.1.4. Others 10.10.2. Noble Alloys 10.10.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 10.10.2.2. Ferronickel 10.10.2.3. Ferrotungsten 10.10.2.4. Ferrovanadium 10.10.2.5. Ferrotitanium 10.10.2.6. Others 10.11. U.S. Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 10.11.1. Steel 10.11.2. Superalloys and Alloys 10.11.3. Wire Production 10.11.4. Welding Electrodes 10.11.5. Others 10.12. Canada Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 10.12.1. Bulk Alloys 10.12.1.1. Ferrosilicon 10.12.1.2. Ferromanganese 10.12.1.3. Ferrochromium 10.12.1.4. Others 10.12.2. Noble Alloys 10.12.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 10.12.2.2. Ferronickel 10.12.2.3. Ferrotungsten 10.12.2.4. Ferrovanadium 10.12.2.5. Ferrotitanium 10.12.2.6. Others 10.13. Canada Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 10.13.1. Steel 10.13.2. Superalloys and Alloys 10.13.3. Wire Production 10.13.4. Welding Electrodes 10.13.5. Others 10.14. North America Ferroalloys Market Attractiveness Analysis 10.14.1. By Type 10.14.2. By End-Use Industry 10.15. PEST Analysis 10.16. Key Trends 10.17. Key Development 11. Europe Ferroalloys Market Analysis 11.1. Key Findings 11.2. Europe Ferroalloys Market Overview 11.3. Europe Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 11.4. Europe Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 11.4.1. Bulk Alloys 11.4.1.1. Ferrosilicon 11.4.1.2. Ferromanganese 11.4.1.3. Ferrochromium 11.4.1.4. Others 11.4.2. Noble Alloys 11.4.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 11.4.2.2. Ferronickel 11.4.2.3. Ferrotungsten 11.4.2.4. Ferrovanadium 11.4.2.5. Ferrotitanium 11.4.2.6. Others 11.5. Europe Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By End-Use Industry 11.6. Europe Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 11.6.1. Steel 11.6.2. Superalloys and Alloys 11.6.3. Wire Production 11.6.4. Welding Electrodes 11.6.5. Others 11.7. Europe Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 11.8. Europe Ferroalloys Market Forecast, by Country 11.8.1. Germany 11.8.2. The U.K. 11.8.3. France 11.8.4. Italy 11.8.5. Spain 11.8.6. Rest of Europe 11.9. Europe Ferroalloys Market Analysis, by Country 11.10. Germany Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 11.10.1. Bulk Alloys 11.10.1.1. Ferrosilicon 11.10.1.2. Ferromanganese 11.10.1.3. Ferrochromium 11.10.1.4. Others 11.10.2. Noble Alloys 11.10.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 11.10.2.2. Ferronickel 11.10.2.3. Ferrotungsten 11.10.2.4. Ferrovanadium 11.10.2.5. Ferrotitanium 11.10.2.6. Others 11.11. Germany Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 11.11.1. Steel 11.11.2. Superalloys and Alloys 11.11.3. Wire Production 11.11.4. Welding Electrodes 11.11.5. Others 11.12. U.K. Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 11.12.1. Bulk Alloys 11.12.1.1. Ferrosilicon 11.12.1.2. Ferromanganese 11.12.1.3. Ferrochromium 11.12.1.4. Others 11.12.2. Noble Alloys 11.12.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 11.12.2.2. Ferronickel 11.12.2.3. Ferrotungsten 11.12.2.4. Ferrovanadium 11.12.2.5. Ferrotitanium 11.12.2.6. Others 11.13. U.K. Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 11.13.1. Steel 11.13.2. Superalloys and Alloys 11.13.3. Wire Production 11.13.4. Welding Electrodes 11.13.5. Others 11.14. France Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 11.14.1. Bulk Alloys 11.14.1.1. Ferrosilicon 11.14.1.2. Ferromanganese 11.14.1.3. Ferrochromium 11.14.1.4. Others 11.14.2. Noble Alloys 11.14.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 11.14.2.2. Ferronickel 11.14.2.3. Ferrotungsten 11.14.2.4. Ferrovanadium 11.14.2.5. Ferrotitanium 11.14.2.6. Others 11.15. France Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 11.15.1. Steel 11.15.2. Superalloys and Alloys 11.15.3. Wire Production 11.15.4. Welding Electrodes 11.15.5. Others 11.16. Italy Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 11.16.1. Bulk Alloys 11.16.1.1. Ferrosilicon 11.16.1.2. Ferromanganese 11.16.1.3. Ferrochromium 11.16.1.4. Others 11.16.2. Noble Alloys 11.16.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 11.16.2.2. Ferronickel 11.16.2.3. Ferrotungsten 11.16.2.4. Ferrovanadium 11.16.2.5. Ferrotitanium 11.16.2.6. Others 11.17. Italy Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 11.17.1. Steel 11.17.2. Superalloys and Alloys 11.17.3. Wire Production 11.17.4. Welding Electrodes 11.17.5. Others 11.18. Spain Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 11.18.1. Bulk Alloys 11.18.1.1. Ferrosilicon 11.18.1.2. Ferromanganese 11.18.1.3. Ferrochromium 11.18.1.4. Others 11.18.2. Noble Alloys 11.18.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 11.18.2.2. Ferronickel 11.18.2.3. Ferrotungsten 11.18.2.4. Ferrovanadium 11.18.2.5. Ferrotitanium 11.18.2.6. Others 11.19. Spain Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 11.19.1. Steel 11.19.2. Superalloys and Alloys 11.19.3. Wire Production 11.19.4. Welding Electrodes 11.19.5. Others 11.20. Rest of Europe Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 11.20.1. Bulk Alloys 11.20.1.1. Ferrosilicon 11.20.1.2. Ferromanganese 11.20.1.3. Ferrochromium 11.20.1.4. Others 11.20.2. Noble Alloys 11.20.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 11.20.2.2. Ferronickel 11.20.2.3. Ferrotungsten 11.20.2.4. Ferrovanadium 11.20.2.5. Ferrotitanium 11.20.2.6. Others 11.21. Rest of Europe Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 11.21.1. Steel 11.21.2. Superalloys and Alloys 11.21.3. Wire Production 11.21.4. Welding Electrodes 11.21.5. Others 11.22. Europe Ferroalloys Market Attractiveness Analysis 11.22.1. By Type 11.22.2. By End-Use Industry 11.23. PEST Analysis 11.24. Key Trend 11.25. Key Development 12. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Analysis 12.1. Key Findings 12.2. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Overview 12.3. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 12.4. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 12.4.1. Bulk Alloys 12.4.1.1. Ferrosilicon 12.4.1.2. Ferromanganese 12.4.1.3. Ferrochromium 12.4.1.4. Others 12.4.2. Noble Alloys 12.4.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 12.4.2.2. Ferronickel 12.4.2.3. Ferrotungsten 12.4.2.4. Ferrovanadium 12.4.2.5. Ferrotitanium 12.4.2.6. Others 12.5. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By End-Use Industry 12.6. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 12.6.1. Steel 12.6.2. Superalloys and Alloys 12.6.3. Wire Production 12.6.4. Welding Electrodes 12.6.5. Others 12.7. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 12.8. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Forecast, by Country 12.8.1. China 12.8.2. India 12.8.3. Japan 12.8.4. ASEAN 12.8.5. Rest of Asia Pacific 12.9. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Analysis, by Country 12.10. China Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 12.10.1. Bulk Alloys 12.10.1.1. Ferrosilicon 12.10.1.2. Ferromanganese 12.10.1.3. Ferrochromium 12.10.1.4. Others 12.10.2. Noble Alloys 12.10.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 12.10.2.2. Ferronickel 12.10.2.3. Ferrotungsten 12.10.2.4. Ferrovanadium 12.10.2.5. Ferrotitanium 12.10.2.6. Others 12.11. China Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 12.11.1. Steel 12.11.2. Superalloys and Alloys 12.11.3. Wire Production 12.11.4. Welding Electrodes 12.11.5. Others 12.12. India Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 12.12.1. Bulk Alloys 12.12.1.1. Ferrosilicon 12.12.1.2. Ferromanganese 12.12.1.3. Ferrochromium 12.12.1.4. Others 12.12.2. Noble Alloys 12.12.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 12.12.2.2. Ferronickel 12.12.2.3. Ferrotungsten 12.12.2.4. Ferrovanadium 12.12.2.5. Ferrotitanium 12.12.2.6. Others 12.13. India Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 12.13.1. Steel 12.13.2. Superalloys and Alloys 12.13.3. Wire Production 12.13.4. Welding Electrodes 12.13.5. Others 12.14. Japan Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 12.14.1. Bulk Alloys 12.14.1.1. Ferrosilicon 12.14.1.2. Ferromanganese 12.14.1.3. Ferrochromium 12.14.1.4. Others 12.14.2. Noble Alloys 12.14.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 12.14.2.2. Ferronickel 12.14.2.3. Ferrotungsten 12.14.2.4. Ferrovanadium 12.14.2.5. Ferrotitanium 12.14.2.6. Others 12.15. Japan Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 12.15.1. Steel 12.15.2. Superalloys and Alloys 12.15.3. Wire Production 12.15.4. Welding Electrodes 12.15.5. Others 12.16. ASEAN Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 12.16.1. Bulk Alloys 12.16.1.1. Ferrosilicon 12.16.1.2. Ferromanganese 12.16.1.3. Ferrochromium 12.16.1.4. Others 12.16.2. Noble Alloys 12.16.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 12.16.2.2. Ferronickel 12.16.2.3. Ferrotungsten 12.16.2.4. Ferrovanadium 12.16.2.5. Ferrotitanium 12.16.2.6. Others 12.17. ASEAN Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 12.17.1. Steel 12.17.2. Superalloys and Alloys 12.17.3. Wire Production 12.17.4. Welding Electrodes 12.17.5. Others) 12.18. Rest of Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 12.18.1. Bulk Alloys 12.18.1.1. Ferrosilicon 12.18.1.2. Ferromanganese 12.18.1.3. Ferrochromium 12.18.1.4. Others 12.18.2. Noble Alloys 12.18.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 12.18.2.2. Ferronickel 12.18.2.3. Ferrotungsten 12.18.2.4. Ferrovanadium 12.18.2.5. Ferrotitanium 12.18.2.6. Others 12.19. Rest of Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 12.19.1. Steel 12.19.2. Superalloys and Alloys 12.19.3. Wire Production 12.19.4. Welding Electrodes 12.19.5. Others 12.20. Asia Pacific Ferroalloys Market Attractiveness Analysis 12.20.1. By Type 12.20.2. By End-Use Industry 12.21. PEST Analysis 12.22. Key Trend 12.23. Key Development 13. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Analysis 13.1. Key Findings 13.2. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Overview 13.3. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 13.4. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 13.4.1. Bulk Alloys 13.4.1.1. Ferrosilicon 13.4.1.2. Ferromanganese 13.4.1.3. Ferrochromium 13.4.1.4. Others 13.4.2. Noble Alloys 13.4.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 13.4.2.2. Ferronickel 13.4.2.3. Ferrotungsten 13.4.2.4. Ferrovanadium 13.4.2.5. Ferrotitanium 13.4.2.6. Others 13.5. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By End-Use Industry 13.6. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 13.6.1. Steel 13.6.2. Superalloys and Alloys 13.6.3. Wire Production 13.6.4. Welding Electrodes 13.6.5. Others 13.7. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 13.8. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Forecast, by Country 13.8.1. GCC 13.8.2. South Africa 13.8.3. Rest of Middle East & Africa 13.9. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Analysis, by Country 13.10. GCC Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 13.10.1. Bulk Alloys 13.10.1.1. Ferrosilicon 13.10.1.2. Ferromanganese 13.10.1.3. Ferrochromium 13.10.1.4. Others 13.10.2. Noble Alloys 13.10.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 13.10.2.2. Ferronickel 13.10.2.3. Ferrotungsten 13.10.2.4. Ferrovanadium 13.10.2.5. Ferrotitanium 13.10.2.6. Others 13.11. GCC Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 13.11.1. Steel 13.11.2. Superalloys and Alloys 13.11.3. Wire Production 13.11.4. Welding Electrodes 13.11.5. Others 13.12. South Africa Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 13.12.1. Bulk Alloys 13.12.1.1. Ferrosilicon 13.12.1.2. Ferromanganese 13.12.1.3. Ferrochromium 13.12.1.4. Others 13.12.2. Noble Alloys 13.12.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 13.12.2.2. Ferronickel 13.12.2.3. Ferrotungsten 13.12.2.4. Ferrovanadium 13.12.2.5. Ferrotitanium 13.12.2.6. Others 13.13. South Africa Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 13.13.1. Steel 13.13.2. Superalloys and Alloys 13.13.3. Wire Production 13.13.4. Welding Electrodes 13.13.5. Others 13.14. Rest of the Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 13.14.1. Bulk Alloys 13.14.1.1. Ferrosilicon 13.14.1.2. Ferromanganese 13.14.1.3. Ferrochromium 13.14.1.4. Others 13.14.2. Noble Alloys 13.14.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 13.14.2.2. Ferronickel 13.14.2.3. Ferrotungsten 13.14.2.4. Ferrovanadium 13.14.2.5. Ferrotitanium 13.14.2.6. Others 13.15. Rest of the Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 13.15.1. Steel 13.15.2. Superalloys and Alloys 13.15.3. Wire Production 13.15.4. Welding Electrodes 13.15.5. Others 13.16. The Middle East & Africa Ferroalloys Market Attractiveness Analysis 13.16.1. By Type 13.16.2. By End-Use Industry 13.17. PEST Analysis 13.18. Key Trend 13.19. Key Development 14. South America Ferroalloys Market Analysis 14.1. Key Findings 14.2. South America Ferroalloys Market Overview 14.3. South America Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 14.4. South America Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 14.4.1. Bulk Alloys 14.4.1.1. Ferrosilicon 14.4.1.2. Ferromanganese 14.4.1.3. Ferrochromium 14.4.1.4. Others 14.4.2. Noble Alloys 14.4.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 14.4.2.2. Ferronickel 14.4.2.3. Ferrotungsten 14.4.2.4. Ferrovanadium 14.4.2.5. Ferrotitanium 14.4.2.6. Others 14.5. South America Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, By End-Use Industry 14.6. South America Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 14.6.1. Steel 14.6.2. Superalloys and Alloys 14.6.3. Wire Production 14.6.4. Welding Electrodes 14.6.5. Others 14.7. South America Ferroalloys Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 14.8. South America Ferroalloys Market Forecast, by Country 14.8.1. Brazil 14.8.2. Mexico 14.8.3. Rest of South America 14.9. Brazil Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 14.9.1. Bulk Alloys 14.9.1.1. Ferrosilicon 14.9.1.2. Ferromanganese 14.9.1.3. Ferrochromium 14.9.1.4. Others 14.9.2. Noble Alloys 14.9.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 14.9.2.2. Ferronickel 14.9.2.3. Ferrotungsten 14.9.2.4. Ferrovanadium 14.9.2.5. Ferrotitanium 14.9.2.6. Others 14.10. Brazil Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 14.10.1. Steel 14.10.2. Superalloys and Alloys 14.10.3. Wire Production 14.10.4. Welding Electrodes 14.10.5. Others 14.11. Mexico Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 14.11.1. Bulk Alloys 14.11.1.1. Ferrosilicon 14.11.1.2. Ferromanganese 14.11.1.3. Ferrochromium 14.11.1.4. Others 14.11.2. Noble Alloys 14.11.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 14.11.2.2. Ferronickel 14.11.2.3. Ferrotungsten 14.11.2.4. Ferrovanadium 14.11.2.5. Ferrotitanium 14.11.2.6. Others 14.12. Mexico Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 14.12.1. Steel 14.12.2. Superalloys and Alloys 14.12.3. Wire Production 14.12.4. Welding Electrodes 14.12.5. Others 14.13. Rest of South America Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By Type 14.13.1. Bulk Alloys 14.13.1.1. Ferrosilicon 14.13.1.2. Ferromanganese 14.13.1.3. Ferrochromium 14.13.1.4. Others 14.13.2. Noble Alloys 14.13.2.1. Ferromolybdenum 14.13.2.2. Ferronickel 14.13.2.3. Ferrotungsten 14.13.2.4. Ferrovanadium 14.13.2.5. Ferrotitanium 14.13.2.6. Others 14.14. Rest of South America Ferroalloys Market Forecast, By End-Use Industry 14.14.1. Steel 14.14.2. Superalloys and Alloys 14.14.3. Wire Production 14.14.4. Welding Electrodes 14.14.5. Others 14.15. South America Ferroalloys Market Attractiveness Analysis 14.15.1. By Type 14.15.2. By End-Use Industry 14.16. PEST Analysis 14.17. Key Trend 14.18. Key Development 15. Company Profiles 15.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 15.2. Competition Matrix 15.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Applications, and R&D investment 15.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 15.2.3. Market Consolidation 15.2.4. M&A by Regions, Investment and Applications 15.2.5. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 15.3. Company Profiles: Key Players 15.3.1. ArcelorMittal 15.3.1.1. Company Overview 15.3.1.2. Financial Overview 15.3.1.3. Product Portfolio 15.3.1.4. Business Strategy 15.3.1.5. Recent Developments 15.3.1.6. Company Footprint 15.3.2. Tata Steel 15.3.3. Sakura Ferroalloys 15.3.4. BAFA Bahrain 15.3.5. OM Holdings LTD 15.3.6. Pertama Ferroalloys 15.3.7. NikoPol Ferroalloy Plant 15.3.8. Brahm Group 15.3.9. Ferroalloy Corporation Limited 15.3.10. China Minmetals Corporation 15.3.11. Gulf Ferroalloys Company 15.3.12. Shanghai Shenjia Ferroalloys Co. Ltd. 15.3.13. Vale S.A. 15.3.14. MORTEX GroupGeorgian American Alloys 15.3.15. SAIL 15.3.16. OFZ S.A. 15.3.17. Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation 15.3.18. S.C. Ferl S.R.L. 15.3.19. Jindal Group 15.3.20. Glencore 15.3.21. Samancore Chrome 15.3.22. Ferro Alloys Corporation Limited. 16.Primary Key Insight

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Report ID 55465
Category Material & Chemical
Published Date April 2020
Updated Date April 2021
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