Aluminum Corporation of China is engaged in the mineral resources development, nonferrous metals smelting and processing, related trading, and engineering and technical services. It offers alumina for producing aluminum ingots, corundum, ceramic, and refractory materials; remelted aluminum ingots for construction, electricity, packaging, transportation, and daily consumption product sectors; and carbon products, including carbon anode block, anode pastes, semi-graphitic cathode carbon blocks, and semi-graphitic cathode pastes for electrolytic aluminum and other metallurgical industries. The company also provides fabricated aluminum products, such as aluminum plates, strips, foils, tubes, bar...
No. 62 North Xizhimen Street
Founded in 2001
Aluminum Corporation of China Eyes Stake in Aluminum Corporation Of China Limited (SEHK:2600)
Jul 9 15
Aluminum Corporation of China plans to buy CNY 640 million worth of shares in Aluminum Corporation Of China Limited (SEHK:2600) in next six months.
Sandfire Resources In Talks With Potential Copper Partners
Aug 4 14
Sandfire Resources NL (ASX:SFR) is in talks with Chinalco Mining Corporation International (SEHK:3668) and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (KOSE:A005930) to invest in projects or make acquisitions. Karl Simich, Chief Executive Officer of Sandfire Resources NL said, "Manufacturers and trading houses are among those seeking to assist the development of new copper assets to secure long-term supply. A South Korean entity involved in the talks told the Perth-based producer it planned to spend at least $2.5 billion in investments in copper projects. They are looking for long-term sustainability of their respective businesses, whether that’s electronics, construction, car manufacturing, copper-rod manufacturing." Discussions have also included LG Corp. (KOSE:A003550) and Yunnan Copper Co., Ltd. (SZSE:000878). Jiang Zhinan, a media official with Aluminum Corporation of China, which controls Chinalco Mining Corporation International and Yunnan Copper Co., Ltd., said the company could not immediately comment on the discussions. LG Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. didn’t immediately respond to e-mails requesting comment.