NOVI, MI – Alcan Inc. officials are finding savings are greater than anticipated from synergies as a result of the acquisition of aluminum producer Pechiney SA of France. Synergies have gone from $250 million to $360 million a year, to be achieved by the end of 2005, says Richard B. Evans, Alcan executive vice president. As a key player in the Pechiney acquisition, Evans is steering its integration with the Canada-based aluminum giant. Alcan's new Novi, MI, plant. Alcan bought ...
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