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will Close the year with this amount, 32% of the 232.000 tonnes, which the group expects to close 2018 The director of the plant Aludium in Alicante, Alberto

Aludium will produce this year 74.000 tons at its plant in Alicante

will Close the year with this amount, 32% of the 232.000 tonnes, which the group expects to close 2018 The director of the plant Aludium in Alicante, Alberto

Aludium will produce this year 74.000 tons at its plant in Alicante

will Close the year with this amount, 32% of the 232.000 tonnes, which the group expects to close 2018

The director of the plant Aludium in Alicante, Alberto Ruiz, noted this Wednesday that the group expects to close this year with a production of 230,000 tonnes, representing an increase of over 3% compared with the previous year, of the 74.000 correspond to the plant of Alicante.

Ruiz was very pleased by the increase in the production capacity and investment in training and safety, ensuring that the plant of Alicante maintains a sustained growth both in volume and turnover, which should give peace of mind to employees, suppliers and partners"

he Also made allusion to the star project of this year of the factory, the re-opening of the new foundry, that has meant an investment of 7 million euros and will reduce dependence on sources of aluminium externally, with the consequent reduction of the cost of the metal.

in Addition to reducing the energy consumption 150kWh/year, reduce CO2 emissions by 150,000 t/year.

Alberto Ruiz made these statements during the course of a mock rescue in a confined space, held in the headquarters of alicante of the multinational aluminum belonging to the investment fund Atlas Holding company.

The drill is part of the event to be held in the plant of Alicante, on the occasion of the celebration of the Safety Week, which has gathered more than a half of companies of the province to analyze potential security risks are focused on the project of Re-evaluation of risks whose goal is to take consciousness of possible risks which routinely have ceased to observe with care.

The event was attended by more than a half of companies of the province of Alicante, among which are Fundiciones Balaguer, Famous, Elecnor, Arbora, Jimten, Laboratories Quinton, Asepeyo, Group Solitude, Persax, group Azarbe, Helados Alacant, Rolser, Gimenez Ganga, Ferrovial and FEMPA; that made a tour of observation through all the production processes of the plant.

Also attended by the director territorial INVASSAT of Alicante and the chief of the territorial service of Industry and Energy, among others. They were accompanied on this tour at any time by the director of the plant, Alberto Ruiz, the vice president of Human Resources and Environment, Health and Safety (EHS), Joaquim Vaz.

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Publish Date : 28 Ekim 2018 Pazar 07:00

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