Where are the largest aluminium smelters in the world?

Where are the largest aluminium smelters in the world?

China Hongqiao
China Hongqiao China Hongqiao, right now, is the largest aluminium smelter in the world. With a combined annual capacity of 3.61 million tonnes, the Shandong province-based aluminium producer outpaced state-backed Aluminium Corporation of China and the erstwhile largest UC Rusal in a space of only two years.

How many aluminium smelters are in Europe?

EU28 & EFTA each represent 50% of European primary aluminium production. There are 15 smelters in the EU, located in ten countries: France, Germany, Greece, The Netherlands, Spain, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia. There are ten smelters in EFTA countries (Norway and Iceland) and one smelter in the United Kingdom.

How many aluminium smelters are there in India?

There are 8 aluminium smelting plants in the country located in Odisha (formerly Orissa) (Nalco and Balco), West Bengal, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. In 2004, India produced over 600 million tons of aluminium.

What is the world’s largest aluminium company?

Top 10 Largest Aluminium Companies in the World 2020

Rank Company Country
1 Chalco China
2 Hongqiao China
3 Rusal Russia
4 Xinfa China

Which country is the world’s largest producer of aluminium?

Aluminum Production

# 41 Countries Thousand Metric Tons
1 #1 China 35,946.00
2 #2 Russia 3,554.37
3 #3 India 3,421.80
4 #4 Canada 3,255.98

How many aluminium smelters does Australia have?

four aluminium smelters
There are four aluminium smelters in Australia. Rio Tinto along with joint venture partners is involved in three (Tomago in NSW, Boyne Island in Queensland and Bell Bay in Tasmania) and Alcoa is involved with Alumina Limited, Citic and Marubeni in Portland in Victoria.

Who makes aluminium in Australia?

Alcoa produces almost 45 per cent of Australia’s alumina and approximately 19 per cent of Australia’s aluminium. Our alumina production in Western Australia accounts for approximately seven per cent of total world production.

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