Columbia Falls hopes to restart 2nd potline in 1st qtr. 2007
Dec 01, 2006 | 10:06 AM
| Matthew Lerner
Columbia Falls Aluminum Co. LLC, owned by Glencore International AG since May 1999, said it is hoping to restart the second of its five potlines sometime in the first quarter of 2007, according to Haley Beaudry, the company's manager of external affairs.
Beaudry confirmed local reports that the Columbia Falls, Mont.,-based company was hoping to restart some of its capacity, citing falling alumina prices as one factor helping to enable the restart. Columbia's one operating potline produces approximately 35,000 tonnes per year.....
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