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China Planned Aluminium Scrap Ban Concerns India’s Aluminium Smelters

China Planned Aluminium Scrap Ban Concerns India’s Aluminium Smelters

Restrictions soon to fall into place on scrap aluminium imported into the People’s Republic of China has aluminium producers in India concerned that the move will result in a flood of aluminium scrap washing over their country’s shores. In a step to...

Daiki To Build Automotive Aluminium Alloy Plant In South India

A Japanese firm announced plans last week to invest ₹2.5 billion (US$36.1 million) in an aluminium alloy ingot plant to be constructed in South India. Per domestic reporting, Daiki Aluminium Industry Co. Ltd’s subsidiary Daiki Aluminium is planning to build the plant, with a planned nameplate capacity of 84 thousand metric tons per annum, on […]

Violent Protests Claim Two Lives At Vedanta’s Lanjigarh Alumina Refinery

Protests outside a Vedanta alumina refinery in Lanjigarh turned deadly on Monday, as a police officer and a protester were fatally injured in the course of demonstrations at the plant. “Two people have died – one of our Odisha industrial security force personnel and another one from the public,” said senior police officer Gupteswar Bhoi […]

Nalco To Achieve Revenue Targets In FY19: CMD Chand

In an interview with domestic media, National Aluminium Company’s Chairman and Managing Director Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand said that his firm expects to achieve the ₹12,000 crore of revenue benchmark in FY 2019, which will help the company start out the following fiscal on a strong footing. Although prices in the quarter were less than […]

Jharsuguda Locals Appeal To Chand To Open Alumina Bidding To Vedanta

In a bid to aid Vedanta Ltd. in its search for raw materials, a contingent of local citizens sent a letter last week to National Aluminium Company Limited’s (Nalco) Chairman and Managing Director Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand appealing to him to open the bidding for 30 thousand metric tons of metallurgical-grade alumina to the firm. […]

State-Subsidized Imports Crippling U.S. Aluminium Producers: Report

Bolstering the case made by a recent report issued by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), a white paper released on Tuesday by the American Primary Aluminum Association (APAA) argues that state subsidies of domestic aluminium production is widespread and pervasive, and the subsidies are having a harmful effect on producers in market-based […]