N.Hydro says to close Scotland alumimium extruder


OSLO, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Norwegian industrial group Norsk Hydro said on Wednesday that it would close an aluminium extrusion plant in Scotland due to overcapacity in the UK market. The metals, energy and fertilisers group did not give production figures for the Sanquhar plant, but said it would transfer the volume to its two other UK extrusion sites at Bedwas in Wales and Birtley in County Durham by August. "The closure results from a particularly difficult period for all UK-based ...

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