National Aluminium Company

Captive Coal Cache to Nudge Nalco’s Aluminium Business Into the Black: CMD Chand

Captive Coal Cache to Nudge Nalco’s Aluminium Business Into the Black: CMD Chand

India’s National Aluminium Company (Nalco) expects to return its aluminium business’ bottom line into the black in two years thanks to the captive power source it will soon begin to utilize in the state of Odisha. “With the commencement of coal production...

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Nalco Plans to Increase Capacity in Next Fiscal Year

India’s National Aluminium Company (Nalco) announced late last week that it is planning to boost production in the coming fiscal year. According to statements reported upon by the domestic media, Nalco’s Chairman and Managing Director Tapan Kumar Chand will boost Nalco’s overall production to over 7.3 million metric tons (73 lakh tons). Nalco’s current capacity […]

Indian Aluminium Firms Increase Push for Minimum Import Price

India’s aluminium producers have ramped up the call for a minimum import price (MIP) on the metal as the government’s budget for the next fiscal year continues to be hashed out. Indian producers have faced an increasing onslaught of cheap aluminium from overseas during the past several years, especially from the Mideast and the People’s […]

Nalco Considering Sale of Alumina to Vedanta

India’s National Aluminium Company (Nalco) may finally be given the green light to sell alumina to private-sector rival Vedanta plc, as the Indian government has requested the state-owned firm to look into sales of the aluminium precursor to the London-based miner. Both Nalco and Vedanta operate refineries and smelters in the eastern state of Odisha, […]

Nalco Partners with NTPC Ltd on New 1 MTPA Aluminium Smelter in Odisha

India’s National Aluminium Company (Nalco) announced earlier this week that it plans to build a new greenfield smelter at Kamakhyanagar in the state of Odisha. The project, which is expected to cost ₹360 billion (US$5.3 billion), will be built in conjunction with NTPC Limited, a power company owned by the Indian government. Plans include building […]

Nalco to Meet Rising Demand with Increased Output: CMD Chand

India’s National Aluminium Company Ltd (Nalco) is planning on taking advantage of increasing domestic consumption and recovering aluminium prices by increasing output by 3.5%. So says its chairman Tapan Kumar Chand in interviews this week. “Nalco is ramping up this production […] to take advantage of growing consumption in the domestic market, and […] to […]