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Indian Government Plans Second Aluminium Plant At Angul

Indian Government Plans Second Aluminium Plant At Angul

India’s government said last week that plans are in the works for a 300-acre aluminium business park in Angul alongside another 223-acre tract approved for a new aluminium park at the site. The Odisha Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (IDCO) said that the...


Italian Aluminium Industry Mulling Involvement in India’s Aluminium Park at Angul

During a visit last week to an Indian government seminar, a delegation representing major stakeholders in Italy’s aluminium industry revealed their country’s interest in participating in the planned aluminium downstream park in eastern India. The delegation, led by Italy’s Consul General, was composed of representatives from the Italian Aluminium Association (IAA) and several major aluminium […]

Nalco Planning High-End Aluminium Alloys Plant in Odisha

A busy month for India’s state-run metals firm National Aluminium Company (Nalco) continued yesterday when domestic media reported on the firm’s plans to open a high-end aluminium alloys plant. Per the reportage, Nalco expects to incorporate technology developed by overseas parties in the plant, which the company will use to produce alloys for applications including […]

Nalco to Partner with Odisha Government on Aluminium Park

Odisha’s government announced on Friday that it has entered into a partnership with National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO) to establish an aluminium park in Angul. Nalco will be partnering with the Odisha Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (IDCO) by dedicating ₹1.8 billion (US$27.9 million) on infrastructure to support the complex. Initial estimates indicate that the project […]

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 […]