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Johannesburg - Ferrochrome producer International Ferro Metals said on Thursday it would shut one of its furnaces between February 1 and March 31 to help power utility Eskom manage a tight electricity supply.

The company also said it would supply its customers using output from its other furnace, which will continue operating at full production as normal.  

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