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Looking for 25MW gas turbine
we are intened to take part in a tender of 2x25mw gas turbine powered power plant projects, due to reason that we do not have Chinese providers to produce 14mw to 25mw gas turbine of top quality, so we are here inviting these who can supply these gas turbine for our plant project in Pakistan. If you have and willing to work with us, please send mail me: ycl1227@163.com
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 1、中铝在2001年开始与美铝洽谈50/50的Pingguo的铝土和自企业,计划产量850,000 公吨每年,2004年得到批准。
2、2007年5月25日,与澳大利亚东部原住人签订合作协议,开发5-6.5亿吨的铝土矿项目,每四吨铝土矿可冶炼出一吨铝,所以该项目实施后,可用于生产1.25亿吨左右的铝,按20000元/吨价格计算,产值可望达到25000亿元。3、2007年6月1日,中铝住澳大利亚公司代表说:中铝总公司已经是中国最大的铝业公司,2007年的目标为270万公吨铝,在中国还有20万吨/年铜,以及10万吨铜产品)。这只是第一步,下面还要投资铅、锌产业。

中铝总公司利用中国铝业上市公司作为国际市场扩张大子公司,将兼并更多的国外企业,主要在澳大利亚、非洲、南美等地区,目前的兼并项目存在一些问题,遇到一些阻力,但是未来看好。

4、美铝提合并加铝,不排除中国铝业也会参与竞购

作者:以上中铝以及总公司将利用中铝在国际市场的扩张能力,成为中铝总公司挺进国际市场以及铜、铅、锌的重要子公司,中国政府以及中铝总公司有意扩大在国际市场的势力范围、形成多种有色产品的国际一流企业。最终总体上市。
Last Update: 5:14 AM ET Jun 1, 2007SYDNEY "Chalco is operating on three fronts in Australia, the Aurukun project, discussions with the government to build an aluminum smelter and expansion into other non-ferrous metals," Chalco'ssenior representative in Australia Wenfu Wang told Dow Jones Newswires. Chalco is driving Chinalco's overseas expansion strategy, acting as the its international arm, listed in Hong Kong and New York. Chinalco is Chalco's major shareholder, while U.S.-based Alcoa Inc. holds an 8% interest.Chalco's interest in Australia so far has been limited to the proposed US$2.4 billion Aurukun bauxite and alumina refinery development in Northern Queesnland. The company cleared a significant hurdle last week when it signed a land use agreement with indigenous landowners. Alumina is a key raw material for aluminum production. "It's very early stage but Chinalco has a committed strategy and is looking at primarily copper but also lead and zinc. ," Wang said.Chinalco is already China's biggest aluminum producer, targeting an output of 2.7 million metric tons for 2007. It also has some 200,000 tons of annual copper and 100,000 tons of copper products output in China. Chinalco has previously said it is seeking to expand into copper mines and rare metals within China as well as in neighboring Asian countries. three years ago Chalco signed a joint venture agreement to build an aluminum smelter in Northern Brazil with Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (RIO), but the project has remained at initial feasibility study stage so far. China's desire to insulate itself against growing raw material shortages has prompted the country to make large-scale investments in Africa, including a number of small takeovers. Elsewhere, China's involvement in international resources operations has focused more on taking smaller equity stakes in existing companies to engineer off-take agreements.

However, analysts expect China to renew efforts to gain a larger stake in the global mining sector.
For now Chincalo is focusing on preliminary evaluation work and assessment of investment possibilities, Wang said
Following the recent US$27 billion take over bid by U.S' Alcoa for fellow aluminum producer Alcan Inc. there was speculation that Chalco, BHP Billiton Ltd.or Rio Tinto Ltd. could make counter bids.
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if you need used MAN 9L 58/64, we have two plants:
one plant with 4 units, running hour is about 30000 hours,
one with 9 units, running hour is about 45000.

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