Gulf Aluminum Rolling Mill Inaugurated
The new $100mn plant of the Gulf Aluminum Rolling Mill Company (GARMCO) - owned 20% each by Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq and Bahrain and 10% each by Oman and Qatar and built at the Bahrain Sitra industrial complex with a capacity of 40,000 tons/year - was inaugurated on 19 February. The plant, built by Kobe Steel of Japan under a contract concluded in August 1983, will utilize aluminum ingots produced locally by Aluminum Bahrain (Alba) to...
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