Hanwa to lift aluminum processing capacity 40%
Nov 29, 2006 | 07:38 AM
Hanwa Co. Ltd., a Japanese trading company, plans to increase its aluminum scrap processing capacity by 40 percent to 2,000 tonnes per month.
Hanwa said it will invest about 150 million yen ($1.3 million) to install new press machines and additional equipment to remove paint from aluminum cans and other products at Hanwa Logistics Nagoya Co. in....
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