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Rand York Minerals (Pty) Ltd processes and markets foundry chromite sand and chemical grade chromite sourced from various suppliers in Southern Africa. All material is mined in the heart of the Bushveld Complex, the principal chromite deposit in South Africa. Rand York was established in 1992. Our plant is conveniently situated in the heart of the Bushveld Complex alongside the railway line to Durban and Richards Bay, approximately 160km North West of Johannesburg. Our head office is in Sandton, Johannesburg.
The beneficiation plant represents the latest in spiral and heavy medium technology, producing quality foundry chromite sand. All material is washed and processed under ISO9000/2 standards or the equivalent of these standards. Rand York Minerals supplies Foundry, Chemical and Metallurgical grade chrome ore, packed either as dried and bagged, or wet bulk. Rand York not only offers its customers high quality, competitive products but also a high level of technical support. Working alongside our customers through product innovation, technical back-up and consultancy services, coupled with over 100 years of combined in-house practical foundry experience, we strive to supply the best product and technical solution in the market. Our philosophy can best be described as:
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JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) South Africa is continuing to export raw chrome ore to China in higher quantities and at comparatively low prices, despite government objections, Mining Weekly Online can today reveal.
China bought nearly three-million tons of chrome ore from South Africa last year and paid far less for it than what it paid for raw ore from India and Turkey, countries considerably closer to it than South Africa.
China bought the 2,9-million tons from South Africa at the comparatively low average price of $215/t including cost, insurance and freight (CIF), compared with the $360/t CIF it paid for raw ore from India - 67% more.
Steve Phiri the CEO of black economically empowered ferrochrome company Merafe concedes that South Africa's current power shortage may result in even more unbeneficiated ore being sent out of the country without any value addition - a foreign-exchange and job-opportunity loss for the country.
Statistics projected on to a large screen at Merafe's latest results presentation showed that 42,9% of the raw ore that China imports comes from South Africa - the highest single percentage. The statistics also revealed that the importation from South Africa rose 11,5% last year. China imported a total of 6,8-million tons of chrome ore in 2009.
Phiri foresees a likelihood of an even greater volume of raw ore being exported from South Africa, because miners will be able to argue that they are unable to beneficiate the ore because there is insufficient electricity.
Phiri assures Mining Weekly Online that Merafe is not giving up on its campaign to minimise raw ore exports and is seeking a meeting with the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) to discuss the issue further.
"We are continually engaging the DMR and I know internally that the DMR is doing something in this regard. Unfortunately, the DMR has to deal with other departments. I cannot share with you the detail because it's still confidential, but there's progress, even though it's a bit slow.