0208 GMT November 29, 2021
The figure shows two percent of decline compared to the output in the seven-month period of the previous year, which was 139,307 tons, imidro.gov.ir reported.
Aluminum oxide, which is commonly called alumina, is an inert, odorless, white amorphous material often used in industrial ceramics.
Iran produced 446,800 tons of aluminum ingots during the year to March 20, according to statistics released by the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO).
The figure shows an increase of 61 percent compared to the corresponding figure for preceding year, which was 277,716 tons.
Based on the data, among the country’s top producers, Iranian Aluminium Company (IRALCO) had the best performance, with an output of over 185,000 tons during the said period.
IRALCO was followed by Hormozal Aluminum Company, with 163,000 tons, South Aluminum Corporation (SALCO) with 72,100 tons, and Iran Alumina, with 25,400 tons.