Emirates Global Aluminium

EGA Extends Alumina Deal With Vinacomin Through 2023

EGA Extends Alumina Deal With Vinacomin Through 2023

Emirates Global Aluminium PJSC (EGA) announced yesterday the signing of a new three-year deal with Vietnam’s Vinacomin for the supply of alumina to EGA’s smelters. The new agreement extends a contract between the two firms that was initially begun toward the end...

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EGA Refines One Millionth Metric Ton Of Alumina At Al Taweelah Refinery

Emirates Global Aluminium PJSC (EGA) marked a significant milestone this week, noting the one millionth ton of alumina refined at the Al Taweelah alumina refinery since operations began at the site in April. In a press release, the firm said its US$3.3 billion alumina refinery has yet to reach production at its nameplate capacity, as […]

EGA Holds Workshop To Encourage Participation In ASI From UAE Downstream Aluminium Firms

Emirates Global Aluminium PJSC (EGA) encouraged its compatriot aluminium companies to engage with the industry trade group the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative by hosting a training session for eight UAE downstream aluminium firms last week. Though EGA did not specify which companies participated in the event, they said the firms were downstream aluminium manufacturers who produced […]

EGA Inks Five-Year Bauxite Supply Agreement With Xinfa From GAC Mines In Guinea

Emirates Global Aluminium PJSC (EGA) said earlier this week it has come to a five-year agreement with Xinfa to supply its refineries with bauxite from its bauxite mines in Guinea. Per the firm, EGA’s Guinea Alumina Corporation (GAC) would supply the Chinese firm with “millions of tonnes” of bauxite starting next year and the first […]

EGA To Increase Premium Aluminium Sales To BMW

Emirates Global Aluminium PJSC (EGA) announced earlier this week its plans to substantially increase its supply to German automaker BMW for use in engine production. According to the firm, the agreement to supply premium aluminium to BMW, which began in 2013, has been extended through 2022 and will require a significant increase in supply. Neither […]