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Zhongwang Limiting Aluminium Operations In Europe Due To COVID-19 Market Effects, Ongoing Anti-Dumping Investigations

Zhongwang Limiting Aluminium Operations In Europe Due To COVID-19 Market Effects, Ongoing Anti-Dumping Investigations

A pair of sources alleging knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Monday that China Zhongwang Group is drawing down its sales in Europe due to the ongoing anti-dumping investigations and the pandemic-affected market. “We do not know if we are closing...

Dunkerque Aluminium Smelter Achieves ASI Certification

The Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) said Wednesday that ALVANCE Aluminium Dunkerque achieved certification to its Performance Standard. Currently Europe’s largest aluminium smelter, the Dunkerque plant produces more than 284 thousand metric tons each year. The plant, which employs almost 600 workers, specializes in aluminium slab and ingot that are used to produce value-added products for […]

Gränges Announces Layoff Of 75 Employees At Finspång Plant

Swedish rolled aluminium firm Gränges AB said on Wednesday that it is negotiating with the labor union at its facilities over a corporate reorganization that will see the culling of 75 positions in Finspång. Per the firm, the move is being done in an effort at strengthening Gränges Europe’s offerings and to shore up its […]

ABx Inks MoA with Japanese Firm Sojitz On Possible Aluminium Fluoride Production Partnership

Australian Bauxite Limited (ABx) said yesterday it’s subsidiary Alcore Limited has entered into an agreement with Japanese global trading company Sojitz Corporation to investigate potential partnership opportunities in the production and marketing of aluminium fluoride (AlF3). The two firms are attempting to position themselves to take advantage of a burgeoning market for AlF3, which is […]

European Commission Mandates Registration For Aluminium Extrusions Imported From China

The European Commission announced on Tuesday that aluminium extrusions imported from the People’s Republic of China will immediately be subject to registration by each of its member nations’ customs authority. The move is the next step in the European Commission’s response to complaints from the continent’s aluminium sector as expressed by the trade body European […]