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State mining company PT Aneka Tambang (Antam) said it would ship its first export of alumina next month from its new factory in Tayan, West Kalimantan. "The factory has been in a trial operation for several months," its president director Tato Miraza
We believe that there is room for increase in margins and our target is one-percent increase in margin per year, Alvin Lao, D&L's executive vice president and chief financial officer, told reporters Thursday. Margin is the difference between a
Marubeni Corp will enter the mega-solar power market by constructing a large-scale solar power plant at the coastal industrial area of Oita No...In line with this, Marubeni said it will create a new special purpose company and start plant
The project will cost about ¥24 billion, said a Marubeni spokeswoman who declined to be named, citing company policy. The plant will have the capacity to supply about 30,000 households, the company said in a statement.
Showa Denko KK and its group companies continued to perform their aluminum can recycling activities in fiscal 2011, collecting approximately 6 million cans: equivalent to around 97 tons of aluminum when converted at the rate of 16.2 grams of aluminum
Showa Denko KK has decided to increase its chloroprene rubber price in markets outside Japan as from shipments on Oct 1. Specifically, the price will be increased by $600 per metric ton, or by 450 euros for euro-based transactions. At present, SDK
Follow us on Business Indonesia aims to become one of the world's top alumina producers as the country kicked off the construction of a factory specializing in alumina production in West Kalimantan on Monday. Industry Minister MS Hidayat said he was
Three groups of unrecognized Minamata disease sufferers on Wednesday agreed with Chisso Corp, the chemical maker which caused the mercury-poisoning disease, to conclude their decades-long conflict. The move came after the three groups in Kumamoto and
Plastic bottles and medical containers, which are needed in the earthquake-hit area, are made of ethylene. Takahashi, also chairman of Showa Denko K.K., suggested the halt in production will affect a wide range of industries. Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.
The Japanese government and major chemical maker Showa Denko KK agreed Thursday to settle a damages suit over the country's second outbreak of a mercury-poisoning disease among residents in Niigata Prefecture in the 1960s, the parties said. The