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Several Chinese companies plan to expand and build alumina plants

industry officials said that several Chinese companies are planning to expand or build alumina plants to meet the strong demand of the rapidly developing domestic aluminum industry for aluminum at their own risk of oxidation

Shanxi alumina refinery, the largest alumina producer in China, is expanding its production capacity by about 3/2; Eastern hope group has also begun to build an alumina refinery with an annual capacity of 1.05 million tons

a port department in Jiangsu and Liancheng Aluminum refinery plan to build a plant with an annual capacity of 2.4 million tons. For this, Mercer believes that although officials have not decided when to start construction

Shanxi alumina refinery has started the expansion project, which will increase its alumina production capacity by 800000 tons to 2.1 million tons/year. The factory official said, "we estimate that the new factory will start within two years."

Officials said that the Shanxi refinery was expected to produce 10000 tons of alumina in 2003, close to last year's level. Chalco, its parent company, is expected to produce million tons of alumina this year, up from 5.4 million tons in 2002

an official of Huanghe aluminum and power group said that Henan Dongfang hope has begun to build a refinery with an annual capacity of 1.05 million tons of alumina

the first phase of the project is expected to be completed and put into operation in 2005, and the production capacity is expected to increase by about 700000 tons

the chairman of the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association said that China is actively expanding its aluminum industry and is expected to add 3million tons of capacity by the end of 2003

he also pointed out that China's aluminum production capacity, which is closely related to new materials and ordinary life, is expected to increase to at least 9million tons in 2005, compared with 5.1 million tons at the end of last year

at present, about 40% of China's alumina depends on imports, mainly from Australia and India

in order to fill the gap in the mechanical testing of fasteners that can be used in municipal, water conservancy, chemical, metallurgical, coal, shipbuilding and other projects in the supply of alumina, a port management method in Jiangsu Province and Liancheng Aluminum industry have signed a letter of intent, that is, to build an aluminum oxide refinery with an annual capacity of 2.4 million tons

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