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Finland's Outotec Oyj wins contract for new green anode plant and spent anode crushing facility in Dubai.

NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-26 July 2007-Finland's Outotec Oyj wins contract for new green anode plant and spent anode crushing facility in Dubai(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

Finnish minerals processing technology provider Outotec Oyj (formerly Outokumpu Technology) said on Thursday (26 July) that it has agreed with Dubai Aluminium Company Limited of Dubai and Mubadala Development Company PJSC of Abu Dhabi for the supply of a new green anode plant and spent anode crushing facility for their aluminium smelter located in Abu Dhabi.

Outotec said that its scope of delivery covers the engineering, supply and installation of a new green anode plant, including two anode production lines, a crushing plant for spent anodes and ancillary facilities.

The new plant will use innovative Regenerative Thermal Oxidization technology for efficient pitch fume treatment, the company added.

The contract value is approximately EUR100m.

Outotec, headquartered in Espoo, Finland, is a leading provider of process solutions, technologies and services for the mining and metallurgical industries. The company has 1,800 employees and reported sales of EUR740m in 2006. Outotec is listed on the Nordic Exchange in Helsinki.

One British pound (GBP) is worth approximately 1.49 euros (EUR).

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