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Norsk Hydro To Add New Aluminium Scrap Recycling Capacity To Eastern Pennsylvania Plant

Norsk Hydro To Add New Aluminium Scrap Recycling Capacity To Eastern Pennsylvania Plant

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA announced this week yet another capex project, this one a NOK500 million (US$51 million) expansion of its aluminium recycling plant in Cressona, Pennsylvania. Per the firm, the 50 thousand metric ton per annum expansion of the...

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Norsk Hydro Plans US$15 MM Expansion To Aluminium Remelting Plant In NW Kentucky

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA announced a planned US$15 million expansion of its aluminium remelting facility in Henderson, Kentucky last week. Hydro said in a press release that the capital expenditure would allow the plant to produce advanced aluminium alloys intended for the automotive industry. Among the aluminium products to be produced at the […]

Norsk Hydro Says Aluminium Plant In Slovakia In Trouble Without Help With CO2 Tax

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA said yesterday that it may be forced to close its jointly-owned aluminium plant in Slovakia if the country’s government does not provide it assistance via its carbon-compensation system. The plant, which is 55.3 percent owned by Norsk Hydro and 44.7 percent owned by Penta Investments, is currently operating at […]

Norsk Hydro Plans NOK320 MM Upgrade To Karmøy Aluminium Smelter

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA announced plans this week to invest NOK320 million (US$32.7 million) in upgrades to its plant at Karmøy. The planned upgrades would consist of improvements tailored at reducing the plant’s overall carbon footprint. Per the firm, the upgrades to its AP18 potline would include a modernization to the plant’s power […]

Norsk Hydro Begins Construction Of New Aluminium Recycling Plant In SW Michigan

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA broke ground last week on a new US$150 million aluminium recycling plant in Cassopolis, Michigan. According to Hydro, the plant’s nameplate capacity will be 120 thousand metric tons of low-carbon aluminium extrusions per annum. Production is slated to begin next year, and the plant will create about 70 jobs […]