The developments in the aluminium industry in the region are driving the market and setting new industry standards, said a senior official at a conference in Abu Dhabi
More than 600 delegates shared their knowhow and expertise, an
Emirates Aluminium (Emal) is ahead of schedule with the expansion of its production capacity to 1.3 million tonnes a year and expects to complete the project in mid-2014, the company's chief executive said on Wednesday.
Dubai Aluminium (Dubal) and Emirates Aluminium (Emal) are set to jointly showcase their products at an aluminium industry exhibition to be held in Istanbul this week.
The third Aluminium Technologies, Machinery and Products Trade
Dubai Aluminium (Dubal), the world’s largest single-site smelter using pre-bake anode technology, won the top honours in four of the award categories at the inaugural Metal Bulletin Global Awards for Aluminium Excellence.
UAE-based Emirates Aluminium (Emal) yesterday (September 15) celebrated a milestone achievement in its Phase II expansion, the First Hot Metal (FHM).
Completed three months earlier than scheduled, the milestone FHM marks the start
Dubai Aluminium (Dubal) and Emirates Aluminium (Emal) will showcase their product portfolios in a joint exhibition stand at a major conference to be held in Switzerland next week.
The 28th International Aluminium Conference, organ
Dubai Aluminium (Dubal), the owner of the world's largest single-site primary aluminium smelter and Abu Dhabi state investment fund Mubadala have secured the full ownership of Guinea Alumina Corporation (GAC).
A leading producer of
Emirates Aluminium (Emal), a leading UAE-based Aluminium smelter, recently celebrated the installation of the final steel structure for the potline of its phase II expansion.
With the final one of 120 specially designed steel stru
Dubai Aluminium (Dubal) and Emirates Aluminium (Emal) explored new opportunities and strengthened ties with key players at a forum held in Chicago recently.
At the sixth aluminium outlook summit 'Harbor 2013', hosted by Ha
Dubai and Abu Dhabi plan to merge their state aluminium producers in a $15 billion deal that suggests the two emirates are willing to consolidate business interests to better compete in the global economy.