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EMAL to create more jobs

Emirates Aluminium (EMAL) has confirmed plans to create 1100 jobs over the next two years, as the world’s largest single site aluminium smelter schedules production to start in April 2010 in Abu Dhabi.

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900 made redundant by Alpart

Alumina Partners of Jamaica (Alpart) is to temporarily shut down production due to the fall in aluminium markets and corresponding drop in alumina demand.

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Start of economic recovery?

The Aluminium Association remains optimistic that global manufacturing will stage a meaningful recovery during Q4 2009, led by the US and China.

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Kety suffers

Polish aluminium products maker Kety said that its first-quarter net profit tumbled 84% as the weaker zloty took a toll on operating costs and the value of its hedging instruments.

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Chalco Ruimin invests

Chalco Ruimin, located in Fuzhou, China and a subsidiary of Chalco, is investing in a new plant for the manufacture of strips for lithographic printing plates (CtP).

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Dura technology means cleaner wheels

Alcoa has developed an alloy wheel that only needs water to stay clean.

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Anglesey-Rio to shut UK smelter in September

Anglesey Aluminium Metal, jointly owned by Rio Tinto Alcan and Kaiser Aluminum is to end smelting operations at the end of September 2009 when its current power contract expires.

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JSW receives alumina plant boost

JSW Aluminium has achieved financial closure for its proposed Rs40bn ($771M) alumina plant in Vizianagaram district, India. The company is setting up a 1.5Mt/y capacity alumina refinery at S Kota near Visakhapatnam.

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