Hindalco Industries plans to invest Rs 8,000-10,000 crore in three plants

Aditya Birla team organization Hindalco Industries is arranging to make investments all around Rs eight,000-10,000 crore in Hirakud, Silvassa and Mundra plants.

The expense will be for expanding flat rolling capacity at Hirakud, Odisha, new extrusion plant at Silvassa in Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and in a greenfield site at Mundra in Gujarat with a recycling facility, Hindalco said in its Annual Report 2020-21.

Stating that the corporation is arranging to develop its aluminium downstream enterprise with a aim on worth-added products (VAP) over the next three-seven many years, Hindalco said its products would cater to customised need for different and intricate applications of aluminium.

The Hirakud plant capacity for flat rolled products is believed to be 3,forty,000 tonne per annum. The prepared capacity of the extrusion plant at Silvassa is 34,000 tonne per annum, which would have three extrusion presses to services premium prospects in creating and construction, vehicle and transportation, electrical, consumer and industrial fantastic sectors.

In addition, the new extrusion and recycling device at Mundra is awaiting land acquisition method and would have a capacity of ninety three,000 tonne per annum.

In India, the aim proceeds to be on downstream that constitutes worth-added offerings, largely in the Flat Rolled Solutions (FRP) and extrusions segments.

“With the current market segment presenting sizeable untapped opportunities, we are dedicated to deploying sources to transform this vertical into a long run EBITDA advancement driver,” the corporation said.

The Indian need for aluminium lags powering world-wide need by a considerable margin. This, together with the lessen per capita use of aluminium, bodes perfectly for strong need advancement in the medium to extensive phrase, it added.

The packaging, construction and transportation sectors also continue to be underpenetrated in India when compared to world-wide criteria, therefore presenting considerable advancement avenues that “we are perfectly-placed to check out and capitalise on.”

“In phrases of our Indian operations, growth of the Utkal Alumina refinery will improve operational efficiencies even as we go on our investments to modernise the existing alumina capacities, leading to advancement in the excellent of output and on-site cost efficiencies,” it said.

Investments in revamping more mature alumina refineries, this sort of as the Renukoot refinery, are envisioned to cut down running charges of these refineries in the long run.

(Only the headline and image of this report could have been reworked by the Company Common workers the rest of the material is car-created from a syndicated feed.)

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