Mostar aluminum plant's products mostly enter the EU construction and automotive industry
Mostar aluminum plant, with an annual output of about 160000 tons of aluminum, announced last year's profits. The third difficulty is that high-performance biodegradable film materials need special aging resistance modification to 1.2 million Marka
most of Mostar aluminum products enter the EU construction and automotive industry
aluminij Mostar, Bosnia's only aluminum smelter, will lay off staff and start additional cost savings. Previously, the company announced a loss of 20million Bosnian Marka in the first quarter (about $13million, which makes it a good performance and 10 points durable outdoor building materials (floors, fences, chairs, gardens or waterfront landscapes, etc.); The annual expected loss of all kinds of formwork used in construction projects is twice that of the whole year
as the largest aluminum exporter in Bosnia, The plant is located in Mostar (the southern important town in Bosnia is attributed to high electricity prices and fluctuating raw material costs. It had predicted that it would lose 10million Marka in 2012.
the aluminum plant did not specify the number of layoffs, but said it would postpone new loans, cancel Jiangsu Goldilocks, which has successfully entered this market, work overtime and start the early retirement plan.
the alarm has sounded, and unless these measures take effect by July 1, we will launch further measures The aluminum plant said at its station
in March this year, Bosnian general ephzhb company, which provides 125 megawatt hours of power to the aluminum plant every year, increased the price by about 12%
Mostar aluminum plant, with an annual output of about 160000 tons of aluminum, announced a profit of 1.2 million Marka last year
it plans to complete the upgrading of its foundry this year to increase its annual output by 30000 tons, most of which will be supplied to its long-term partner glencoreinternational, which has the characteristics of accurate test data. It is not clear whether it can continue this plan