National Aluminum Company Ltd (Nalco), a public sector enterprise under the Union Mines Ministry, has unveiled a plan to set up an alloy wire rod manufacturing project at the site of its smelting unit at Angul. Estimated at Rs 1.31 billion, the planned facility envisages an installed capacity of 40,000 tonnes per annum of alloy grade material.
Nalco is establishing the unit to cater to the growing demand for aluminum in power sector, especially power transmission.
Anil Mukim, Union mines secretary, laid the foundation stone for the facility through video conferencing. Read More
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