Norsk Hydro ASA supplies aluminium and aluminium products. The company has operations in approximately 40 countries. The company is a major supplier of value-added casthouse products, including extrusion ingots, sheet ingots and foundry alloys. It is a supplier to the building industry, especially in Europe, and of rolled products to the packaging and graphics industries. Segments The company’s operates its business segments are: Aluminium Metal, Aluminium Products, and Energy. Aluminium Metal activities include the production of bauxite and alumina, primary aluminium, remelting of metal, and the international trading of aluminium and aluminium products. Aluminium Products comprises the downstream activities. The main activities include Rolled Products, Extrusion and Building systems. Rolled Products delivers foil, strip, sheet, litho and plate for application in such sectors as packaging, automotive and transport industries, as well as for offset printing plates. Extrusion delivers custommade general extrusion products, surface treatment, fabrication and components and finished products, including extruded aluminium products and components for the automotive industry. Building systems supply complete designs and solution packages to metal builders, including products such as facades, partion walls, doors and windows. Energy is responsible for the operation of Hydro’s power stations in Norway and external sourcing of energy to Hydro’s worldwide aluminium operations. Energy includes Hydro’s commercial operations in the power markets. History Norsk Hydro ASA was founded in 1905.
norsk hydro asa (NHY:London)
Phone: 47 22 53 81 00
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