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    Henan to cut down offline aluminium capacity by 2018

  • China Aluminium Network
  • Post Time: 2017/7/7
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    According to a document recently issued by the provincial government, Henan, one of the five major aluminium producing regions in China, will cut down its aluminium capacity that has been out of operations for more than one year before the end of 2018.

    The province will be reducing a total aluminium capacity of more than 500,000 tonnes at three aluminium smelters. The electrolytic cells and transformers will be dismantled before the end of 2018, reported by an SMM.

    The aluminium production in the province is estimated to be within 3 million tonnes in 2017. Henan produced 2.78 million tonnes of aluminium in 2016.

    The province is exempted from the inspection of coal-fired captive power plants at aluminium smelters by the Chinese Authorities. Liu Libin, Vice General of Henan Nonferrous Metals Association said that all operating aluminium capacities in the province are in compliance with national standards.

    Source: AlCircle.com
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