Ukraine's ZALK smelter ups aluminium output in 2004


KIEV, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Ukraine increased primary aluminium output to 108,762 tonnes in 2004 from 107,475 in 2003 and 105,803 in 2002, its sole aluminium smelter, Zaporizhsky Alyuminievy Kombinat (ZALK), said on Wednesday. "In 2004, the plant produced 108,762 tonnes of primary aluminium -- 1.2 percent higher than in 2003," the company said in a statement. It also said ZALK had produced 261,000 tonnes of alumina in 2004 compared with 236,000 tonnes in 2003. ZALK gave no output forecast ...

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