Daiki Aluminium plans to raise capacity 17%
Oct 31, 2006 | 09:13 AM
| Ben Garside
Daiki Aluminium Industry Co. Ltd., Osaka, Japan, one of Asia's largest secondary aluminum producers, plans to increase capacity by 17 percent to 336,000 tonnes per year.
Daiki, Japan's largest secondary aluminum producer and ranked alongside Shanghai Sigma Metals Inc. in China, completed construction of the first phrase of its new Shiga plant in September and has ramped up production to 30,000 tonnes of secondary aluminum per year in both liquid and ingot form, purchasing executive Masayoshi Nishikawa....
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