aluminum business

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Noun1.aluminum business - manufacturers of aluminum considered as a groupaluminum business - manufacturers of aluminum considered as a group
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
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The facility, which was acquired by Aleris when it acquired the downstream aluminum business of Corus plc in 2006, employs 64 people and supplies coated aluminum coil for building and construction, transportation, distribution and consumer durables applications.
Under the "Passion Project" consolidated business plan, which runs from 2006 through 2008, SDK is proceeding with structural reforms of its aluminum business by expanding high-value product lines, such as aluminum cylinders for laser printers.
Demetriou, Aleris's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, "The sale of US Zinc will allow Aleris to focus on our core Aluminum business.
The company also said it will form a joint venture with the Sapa Group of Norway's Orkla ASA that would combine its soft alloy extrusion business with Sapa's Profiles extruded aluminum business.
A spokesman for Corus said, ``It is just Moody's reflecting what has happened with our aluminum business.
Southfield, Michigan, for the sale of the aluminum business of its subsidiary, Teksid S.
said Tuesday they will merge in July 2001 to consolidate and expand the Showa Denko group's aluminum business.
Amax had conducted an aluminum business since 1962.
Alcoa and the Saudi Arabian mining company Ma'aden are building an integrated aluminum business in Saudi Arabia, the first in the country
Since the merger with Showa Aluminum Corporation in 2001, SDK has taken various steps to restructure its aluminum business.
She added, ``The simple fact of the matter at the moment is that Corus is not able to sell its UK steel in Europe because the pound is so strong against the euro and when that is combined to the loss of capital from the sale of the aluminum business, this is the result you end up with.