Alcan Inc. says it will build a new manufacturing plant in the Saguenay region of Quebec, Canada, for the production of aluminum structural assemblies. Construction of the C$25 million ($18.3 million) plant is expected to begin this fall and production will start in fourth-quarter 2004. Some 35 new jobs will be created initially. However, Alcan says it is possible that 50 employees will work at the facility when business grows. The Saguenay facility and a complementary Alcan ...

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