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Bridgeport

History of Bridgeport

The 40mw #5 furnace’s first tap of the Tennessee Alloys Company in Bridgeport was in April 14, 1977.  Originally designed for 50% ferrosilicon the market conditions changed in 1988 with the transition to mainly 75% production. Globe Specialty Metals purchased Core Metals Group on April 1, 2010 of which Tennessee Alloys Company is a major part.

Plant facilities

  • One 40mw submerged arc Demag design soderberg furnace
  • One American Air Filter positive pressure baghouse with associated equipment
  • One silica fume handling and storage system
  • Two crushing and sizing systems

Location

Tennessee Alloys Company is located in the Northeast corner of Jackson County in Bridgeport, Alabama within eye sight of the Tennessee River.

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