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February 2014


Aluminicaste is an aluminum greenfield remelt facility located in Central Mexico now close to full production capacity. The plant casts mainly extrusion billet as well as rolling ingot and forging/large press billet on two DC casting lines, in both hard and soft alloys. An initial phase has been completed but expansion potential is expected to take the plant to become one of the largest operations of the kind in North America. Pictured is the Aluminicaste team.


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