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Oversupply forces aluminium industry cuts

Posted on 19 February 2014

Two of the world’s three biggest aluminium producers have announced cuts to production in the latest sign of how weak prices and oversupply are weighing on the industry.
US company Alcoa said on Monday it was shutting its 190,000 tonne-a-year Point Henry smelter in Australia since the plant had “no prospect of becoming financially viable”. Two rolling mills there will also be permanently closed. Alcoa’s total closures or curtailments to production now represent 551,000 tonnes of capacity, or about 1 per cent of world supply of the metal………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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