Home > News > India

Vedanta’s alumina production slides in Q4 FY23 q-o-q, y-o-y

Monday, Apr 24, 2023

   India’s mining giant Vedanta reported that its alumina production at its Lanjigarh alumina refinery dropped by 7% quarter on quarter and by 18% year on year to 411,000 tons in the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2023 (January to March 2023) due to scheduled calciner shutdown.

  During the same period, the company’s aluminum production was 574,000 tons, compared to 566,000 tons in the previous quarter and 572,000 tons in the same period a year ago.
  In the fiscal year 2023, Vedanta’s aluminum output hit a new high at 2.29 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 1%, driven by higher production from the Jharsuguda smelter. However, alumina production at the Lanjigarh refinery slid by 9% year on year on account of planned calciner shutdown and maintenance.
  Back to Steel News

Recommended exhibitions

Notice of Postponement of ALUMINIUM CHINA & Lightweight Asia
Notice of Postponement of ALUMINIUM CHINA & Lightweight Asia 2020......
China Lightweight Vehicle Summit 2018
China’s automobile industry development has faced with enormous pressure on energy and environmental protection. In ord......
Aluminum company promises to hire 550 in heart of Appalachia
An aluminum company says it will build a $1.3 billion plant in the heart of Appalachia, promising to hire 550 people and......
Aluminium China 2017 to Drive Industry Transformation in Lig
This year’s Aluminium China in Shanghai from 19-21 July is set to mark a new period of growth in the aluminium industry......