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Norsk Hydro Adding New Aluminium Casting Furnace At Sunndial Plant

Norsk Hydro Adding New Aluminium Casting Furnace At Sunndial Plant

Norwegian aluminium firm Norsk Hydro ASA announced this week a plan to invest NOK60 million (US$6.9 million) to install a new casting furnace at its operations at Hydro Sunndial. The casting furnace will be used to produce foundry alloys at the plant....

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Norsk Hydro Sells Hydro Precision Tubing Lichtervelde To Aurelius Group

Norwegian aluminium smelter Norsk Hydro ASA announced earlier this week the sale of its subsidiary Hydro Precision Tubing Lichtervelde (HPTL) to Aurelius Group. The move is part of the firm’s wider strategy of restructuring its Hydro Extrusions business area. The firm said that the sale would likely close by the end of the quarter. No […]

Norsk Hydro Inks Agreement On Aluminium Recycling Plant In SW Michigan

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA announced that its subsidiary Hydro Aluminium Metal has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to build a new US$120-million aluminium recycling plant in southwest Michigan. The firm said in a press release that the plant will convert aluminium scrap into aluminium ingot for use in the automotive, transportation, and […]

Norsk Hydro Teams Up With Eolus To Purchase Wind Power Project

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA’s dedicated renewables company Hydro REIN and Sweden’s wind power firm Eolus signed an agreement last week to purchase Enercon GmbH’s Stor-Skälsjön wind power project. Financial terms of the deal were not revealed. Hydro REIN will hold a 49-percent share, while Eolus would hold 51 percent of the project, which […]

Hydro Completes Sale Of Aluminium Rolling Business To KPS Capital Partners

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA announced this week the successful closure of its sale of its rolling aluminium business to KPS Capital Partners. The sale included seven plants, a research and development center, several sales offices around the world, and about 5,000 employees, most of whom are outside of Norway and located in Germany. […]