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Metso Outotec To Provide Bauxite Grinding Equipment For NALCO’s Damanjodi Alumina Refinery

Metso Outotec To Provide Bauxite Grinding Equipment For NALCO’s Damanjodi Alumina Refinery

India’s National Aluminium Company (NALCO) has chosen Finnish mining operations and technology firm Metso Outotec to engineer and deliver a bauxite grinding package to its Damanjodi Alumina Refinery. On Thursday Metso Outotec made the announcement, saying that the project would be part...

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Nalco Debuts Custom Aluminium Alloy Designed For LED Production

In another move aimed at expanding its presence in the aluminium value-added market, Indian aluminium maker National Aluminium Company (Nalco) debuted a new aluminium alloy designed for use in the production of light-emitting diode (LED) lamp caps. The new aluminium alloy, christened Aluminium Alloy 1200 (AA 1200), is the product of significant research by the […]

Expected Tepid Response Delays Odisha’s Auction Of Bauxite Blocks

Despite residing above over half the country’s total known bauxite reserves, the Odisha government has yet to place a single block up for online auction to date. According to experts, state officials have thus far backed away from auctioning the blocks over concerns that the bauxite ore outcroppings will not draw the sort of significant […]

Nalco To Find Haven In Value-Added Products As Aluminium Prices Level Off

Thanks in part to rising production costs and shrinking prices at the LME, Indian aluminium manufacturers are working towards increasing value-added offerings to their product line ups. Though sanctions boosted raw aluminium prices to multi-year highs a year ago, prices have since fallen back to Earth after the sanctions were lifted in January. Additionally, the […]

Nalco Appeals Order To Allow Vedanta To Purchase Alumina To India’s Supreme Court

India’s state-run aluminium producer National Aluminium Company Limited (Nalco) has appealed an order by the Odisha High Court ordering it to allow privately-held metals firm Vedanta Ltd. from attempting to purchase surplus aluminium from it. Nalco formally registered its appeal to the Supreme Court late last week, asking the judicial body to require London-based Vedanta […]