0 COMMENTSProcess solution group Honeywell last week reported it has contracted to work side-by-side with Global Alumina Products Corporation (Gapco) for a multi-year automation project on the construction of Gapco's proposed greenfield alumina refinery in...
By: jenny furness
25th October 2004
0 COMMENTSGlobal technology partner Mincom is currently rolling out an enterprise resource planning solution at Bindura Nickel Mining and Smelting, in Zimbabwe.
By: elizabeth rebelo
8th October 2004
0 COMMENTSThe International Finance Corporation, the private-sector arm of the World Bank Group and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have each signed a $75-million loan agreement that will provide Russia’s privately-owned...
9th August 2004
0 COMMENTSThe world’s third-largest aluminium producer, Russian Aluminium (Rusal), is putting emphasis on the development of its bauxite-mining and alumina refining operations in Africa as part of its strategy to increase production.?The company has...
By: Helene Le Roux
25th June 2004
0 COMMENTSThe world’s largest iron-ore producer and exporter, Companhia Vale do Rio Doce, and the Aluminum Corporation of China (Chalco), signed a framework agreement in Beijing, during the visit of the Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to...
By: jenny furness
25th May 2004
0 COMMENTSThe Worsley Alumina refinery, the alumina producer located near Collie, in Western Australia, will increase production by 250 000 t/y to achieve a new annual output of 3,5-million tons a year.
By: Irma Venter
14th May 2004
0 COMMENTSRapidly rising world aluminum demand, notably from China, will require a major increase in alumina and bauxite production capacity, mining and metals consultants told an international seminar in Brazil on Wednesday.
By: Terence Creamer
12th March 2004
0 COMMENTSAs the global economy rebounds and base metals prices soar to multi-year highs, analysts said a ramp up is imminent in copper capacity idled during the manufacturing downturn, but alumina shortages and expensive power will stall aluminium restarts.
16th January 2004
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