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Aluminum Corporation of China Limited engages in the production and sale of alumina, primary aluminum, and ancillary products primarily in the People's Republic of China and internationally. It operates in two segments, Alumina and Primary Aluminum. Alumina segment involves in mining, processing, and distributing alumina-related products, such as alumina, alumina hydrate, alumina chemicals, and gallium. Primary Aluminum segment provides primary aluminum, including ingots and other primary aluminum products; and carbon products, such as carbon anodes and cathodes. The company also provides engineering and construction services. It sells its products primarily to smelters through contract sales and futures contracts on the shanghai futures exchange. The company has a strategic relationship with Alcoa International (Asia), Ltd. Aluminum Corporation was established in 2001 and is based in Beijing, the People's Republic of China.


Century Aluminum Company produces primary aluminum products in the United States. The company, through its facilities, produces primary aluminum in various shapes and alloys, including molten and sow aluminum, ingot, extrusion billet, rolling ingot, rolling slabs, and horizontal direct chill ingot for the electrical conductor market, remelt ingot market, and high-purity ingot market. As of December 31, 2004, it had 49.7% ownership interest in the Mt. Holly facility in Mt. Holly, South Carolina; a 50% joint venture interest in the Gramercy alumina refinery in Gramercy, Louisiana; and a 50% joint venture interest in bauxite mining operations in Jamaica, as well as owned the Nordural facility in Grundartangi, Iceland; the Hawesville facility, in Hawesville, Kentucky; and the Ravenswood facility in Ravenswood, West Virginia. The company is based in Monterey, California.


Kaiser Aluminum Corporation, a fabricated aluminum products manufacturing company, manufactures fabricated aluminum products primarily in the United States. It produces rolled, extruded, drawn, and forged aluminum products used principally for aerospace and defense, automotive, consumer durables, electronics, electrical, and machinery and equipment end-use applications. The company manufactures products in three categories, such as aerospace and high strength products, general engineering products, and custom automotive and industrial products. Its aerospace and high strength products include heat treat plates and sheets, cold finish bars, seamless drawn tubes, and billets. The company's general engineering products include alloy rod, bar, tube, sheet, plate, and standard extrusions. Its rod and bar products are manufactured into rivets, nails, screws, bolts, and parts of machinery and equipment. The company's custom automotive and industrial products consist of extruded/drawn and forged aluminum products for automotive and industrial end uses, including consumer durables, electrical, machinery and equipment, automobile, light truck, heavy truck, and truck trailer applications. Its products include extruded products for anti-lock braking systems, drawn tube for drive shafts, and forgings for suspension control arms and drive train yokes. The company holds interest in Anglesey Aluminium Limited, which owns an aluminum smelter in Wales. Its customers include aerospace companies, automotive suppliers, and metal distributors. Kaiser Aluminum Corporation was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California.


Alcoa, Inc. produces primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum, and alumina. It also markets consumer brands to its customers. The company offers flat rolled products, including sheet and plate, foil products, and can reclamation products; engineered products that include aerospace products, auto components, architectural extrusions, castings, extrusion, tube, and fasteners; and packaging and consumer products, which include consumer products, flexible packaging products, closures, machinery, graphics, food service packaging, protective packaging, polymerization, and extrusion. The company's other products include telecommunications, auto engineering, and home exteriors. In addition, Alcoa offers nonaluminum products, including precision castings, industrial fasteners, vinyl siding, consumer products, food service and flexible packaging products, plastic closures, and electrical distribution systems for cars and trucks. Its products are used in aircraft, automobiles, commercial transportation, packaging, consumer products, building and construction, and industrial applications. The company has operations in Asia, Australia, Europe, South America, and the United States. Alcoa has strategic partnership with Ferrari S.p.A. to develop aluminum spaceframe technology for Ferrari vehicles; and a joint venture with CITIC. The company was formed in 1888 and is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Quanex Corporation manufactures engineered carbon and alloy steel bars, aluminum flat-rolled products, flexible insulating glass spacer systems, extruded profiles, and precision-formed metal and wood products for vehicular and building products markets. The company operates through two segments, Vehicular Products and Building Products. The Vehicular Products segment includes engineered steel bar manufacturing, steel bar and tube heat-treating services, and steel bar and tube corrosion and wear resistant finishing services. It provides engineered steel bars to passenger car, light truck, sport utility vehicle, heavy truck, off-road and farm equipment industries. This segment also provides tube and bar heat-treating and related services, such as quench and temper, stress relieving, normalizing, cut-to-length, and metallurgical testing. It also treats steel bars and tubes to improve the metal's corrosion and wear resistance properties to chrome plating. The Building Products segment offers lexible insulating glass spacer systems, window and patio door screens, window cladding frames, residential exterior products, custom wood window grilles and accessories, engineered vinyl and thermoplastic alloy composite window components, custom designed and roll-formed aluminum components, and stamped aluminum shapes for manufacturers of windows for the home improvement, residential, and light commercial construction markets. Quanex markets its products through direct sales force and distributors. Quanex operates in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Asia, Europe, and other foreign countries. The company was founded in 1927 as Michigan Seamless Tube Company and changed its name to Quanex Corporation in 1977. Quanex is based in Houston, Texas.


Superior Essex, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and supply of communications wire and cable products in North America. The company provides copper, aluminum, fiber optic, composite wire and cable products, magnet wire, and fabricated insulation products. It also converts copper cathode to copper rod for internal use and sells to other wire and cable manufacturers. The company supplies communications wire and cable products to telephone companies, distributors and systems integrators, and community access television companies, and magnet wire and insulation materials to original equipment manufacturers and the motor repair industry. Its magnet wire products are used in industrial, automotive and other motor applications, power transformers and generators, and electrical coils and controls. Superior Essex is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


MAXXAM, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in forest products, real estate investment and development, and racing businesses. Its forest products operations include growing and harvesting redwood and Douglas-fir timber, milling logs into lumber, and manufacturing lumber into various finished products. The company owns and manages approximately 217,000 acres of contiguous commercial timberlands in Humboldt County along the northern California coast. MAXXAM engages in residential and commercial real estate investment and development in Arizona, California; and Texas; as well as in Puerto Rico. It operates associated golf courses or resort operations in certain locations and owns commercial real estate properties. The company's racing operations comprise the ownership and operation of a class I pari-mutuel horse racing facility in the greater Houston metropolitan area and a pari-mutuel greyhound racing facility in Harlingen, Texas. MAXXAM, Inc. is based in Houston, Texas.


Tredegar Corporation, through its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture of plastic films and aluminum extrusions. Its film products include plastic films, elastics, nonwovens, and laminate materials primarily for personal and household care products, and packaging and surface protection applications. Tredegar's aluminum extrusion products comprise mill, anodized, and painted aluminum extrusions for fabricators and distributors in the production of window components; curtain walls and storefronts; tub and shower doors; industrial and agricultural machinery and equipment ladders; bus bars; automotive parts; snowmobiles; and tractor-trailer shapes. In addition, the company, through its subsidiary, Therics, Inc., develops microfabrication technology for the orthopaedic and neurological markets. Its products are used by orthopaedic surgeons and neurosurgeons as Bone graft substitutes, which are distributed through a network of independent distributors. The company operates in North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Tredegar Corporation is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia.