Qatalum Working to Solve Logistics Problem Arising from Middle East Tensions, Hydro Says-Shanghai Metals Market

Hot Keywords

  • Inventory data
  • Zinc
  • Production data
  • Market commentary
  • Macroeconomics
  • Morning comments
  • Futures movement
  • NPI
  • Copper
  • Aluminium
  • Nickel
  • Nickel ore
  • In the United States
  • trade negotiations
  • nickel laterite

Qatalum Working to Solve Logistics Problem Arising from Middle East Tensions, Hydro Says

Company News 03:15:36PM Jun 06, 2017 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, Jun. 6 (SMM) –Qatalum, a JV between Hydro and Qatar Petroleum, is working to solve outbound logistics challenges arising from uncertain situation in the Middle East after Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt cut off transportation links and severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, Hydro announced on its website today.

Qatalum produces more than 600,000 tonnes of value-added primary aluminum per year to customers in Asia, Europe and the US. 

US Aluminum Imports and Exports Both Decline in April

Most Qatalum shipments normally go through the large Jebel Ali port in UAE, but this port looks to be closed for all Qatar shipments from Tuesday morning.

Qatalum is currently working to find alternative shipment routes to enable it to continue to serve its global customers.

Automotive Aluminum Rolled Products to See Explosive Growth in China

The article is edited by SMM and is provided for information purpose only. SMM assumes no liability and does not warrant the accuracy, reliability or completeness of information contained or quoted in the article, either express or implied. SMM further disclaims any liability for losses in connection with the information contained or quoted in the article.

For news cooperation, please contact us by email: sallyzhang@smm.cn or service.en@smm.cn.
 

Key Words:  Qatalum  Hydro  

Qatalum Working to Solve Logistics Problem Arising from Middle East Tensions, Hydro Says

Company News 03:15:36PM Jun 06, 2017 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, Jun. 6 (SMM) –Qatalum, a JV between Hydro and Qatar Petroleum, is working to solve outbound logistics challenges arising from uncertain situation in the Middle East after Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt cut off transportation links and severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, Hydro announced on its website today.

Qatalum produces more than 600,000 tonnes of value-added primary aluminum per year to customers in Asia, Europe and the US. 

US Aluminum Imports and Exports Both Decline in April

Most Qatalum shipments normally go through the large Jebel Ali port in UAE, but this port looks to be closed for all Qatar shipments from Tuesday morning.

Qatalum is currently working to find alternative shipment routes to enable it to continue to serve its global customers.

Automotive Aluminum Rolled Products to See Explosive Growth in China

The article is edited by SMM and is provided for information purpose only. SMM assumes no liability and does not warrant the accuracy, reliability or completeness of information contained or quoted in the article, either express or implied. SMM further disclaims any liability for losses in connection with the information contained or quoted in the article.

For news cooperation, please contact us by email: sallyzhang@smm.cn or service.en@smm.cn.
 

Key Words:  Qatalum  Hydro