|About Siyanda Resources|
|Where it all Started|
|Our Subsidiaries & Partners|
Siyanda Chrome Investments is a shareholder in Masa Chrome Company (Pty) Ltd, in joint venture with Anglo Platinum, producing chrome from UG2 for the export market.
BSCC is a shareholder in Atomatic Chrome Company (Pty) Ltd, in joint venture with Anglo American Platinum mine, producing chrome from UG2 for the export market. Atomatic produces about 960000tpa of UG2 chrome
Nylstene was established in 1988 and is situated in Modimolle (formerly known as Nylstroom) in the Waterberg District of the Limpopo Province. Nylstene employs over 250 people and has a distribution network covering the whole of the Waterberg District, Gauteng and parts of the Greater Limpopo and Mpumalanga.
The production of Milled Ferrosilicon (FeSi) in South Africa dates back to 1949 for use in the Dense Medium Separation of diamonds.
This was also the early beginning of DMS Powders, trading as Amcor at the time. The production facility relocated to Meyerton in the 1950s with the Atomized Ferrosilicon production facility being commissioned in 1967. In 1975, Amcor merged with SA Manganese and started trading as Samancor. A stand alone business entity for Ferrosilicon was created in 2000 with the formation of DMS Powders, a division of Samancor.
In April 2006, an independent company Dense Medium Separation Powders (Pty) Ltd was established under new ownership as a fully Black Economic Empowered company as defined by the South African Black Economic Empowerment Act of 2004.
This commitment not only benefits our society, but also bears fruit within our company as human resource development and employment equity ensures a highly skilled and diversified workforce. Our production expertise is coupled with experienced product technical support, long-term customer relationships and an intimate knowledge of global logistics.
DMS produces about 36000tpa of FeSi for markets in Africa, Australia and Europe.