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    Lotte Aluminium Orders Digitalization Package for New Aluminum Foil Plant in Kentucky

    Lotte Aluminium Materials USA LLC formed a strategic partnership with SMS group for the supply of an advanced digitalization package for Lotte’s greenfield aluminum cathode foil production plant being built in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The package will help the site to set new operational standards. “With SMS group, we have the right partner for our business […]

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    Hindalco to Build Battery Foil Facility in India for the EV Market

    Hindalco Industries is investing Rs. 800 crore rupees (~U.S. 96.4 million) to build a new aluminum foil plant near Sambalpur in Odisha, India. The facility aims to produce high quality battery foil for the rapidly growing electric vehicle and energy storage system markets. The company expects demand for battery-grade aluminum foil in India to grow […]

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    Gränges to Double Battery Foil Production in Sweden

    Gränges plans to invest SEK 600 million (~US$57.7 million) over two years to double its capacity for battery cathode foil production in Finspång, Sweden. The new capacity will enable the company to meet the growing demand for battery components in Europe. “Recently, we have experienced very high interest in our battery and electrification solutions from […]

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    LOTTE Aluminium Orders High-Bay Storage System for Aluminum Coils

    LOTTE Aluminium Materials USA LLC is investing in the construction of a new aluminum foil production plant in Kentucky, as part of a project announced in August 2022. As part of its strategic expansion plans, the new facility will focus on the production of cathode foil, a type of ultra-thin aluminum foil that is a […]

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    LOTTE Aluminum to Build Aluminum Foil Plant in Kentucky

    LOTTE Aluminium Materials USA LLC plans to invest $238.7 million to build an aluminum foil manufacturing operation on 40 acres in the T.J. Patterson Industrial Park in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The new facility is a joint venture between LOTTE Aluminium and LOTTE Chemical, subsidiaries of LOTTE Group. The new manufacturing operation will focus on the production […]

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    Gränges to Invest in Battery Foil Production in the U.S.

    Gränges is expanding its production facility in Newport, Arkansas, to enable production of aluminum battery cathode foil. This kind of foil is a critical component in the manufacturing of the lithium-ion batteries necessary for a transition to electric vehicles. “With this investment, we will be the first domestic producer of battery foil,” said Patrick Lawlor, […]

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    USITC Makes Unanimous Decision: Imports of Aluminum Foil From Five Countries Injured U.S. Producers

    The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) announced a unanimous determination that unfairly-traded imports of aluminum foil from five countries have materially injured U.S. producers.  As a result, the U.S. Department of Commerce will publish unfair trade orders on imports of aluminum foil from Armenia, Brazil, Oman, Russia, and Turkey. In 2019, the value of U.S. […]

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    Novelis to Restart Aluminum Foil Production at Its Terre Haute Facility

    Novelis Inc. plans to invest more than $7 million to restart several pieces of idled equipment for the production of aluminum foil at its manufacturing facility in Terre Haute, Indiana. The investment includes the hiring of 37 new employees to run and manage the operation. “Novelis has been a strong community partner here in the […]

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    U.S. Aluminum Industry Files Unfair Trade Cases Against Imports of Aluminum Foil From Five Countries

    The Aluminum Association’s Foil Trade Enforcement Working Group filed antidumping and countervailing duty petitions charging that unfairly traded imports of aluminum foil from five countries — Armenia, Brazil, Oman, Russia, and Turkey — are causing material injury to the domestic industry. In early 2018, the U.S. Department of Commerce published antidumping and countervailing duty orders on […]