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Jindal Aluminium increasing focus on defence, aerospace segments: MD

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Press Trust of India Mumbai
The country's largest aluminium extrusion firm Jindal Aluminium, which controls over 30 per cent of the domestic market, is increasing its focus on the defence and aerospace segments as it expects these sectors to be more active given the policy changes allowing private players, says a senior company official.

The Rs 3,000-crore Bengaluru-based company with 52 years of history is also the second largest maker of aluminium flat rolled products, producing 50,000 million tonnes of rolled products, giving it 10-12 per cent of the market; and 1,20,000 million tonnes of extruded products per annum.

Its products reach 42 countries globally,

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First Published: Aug 23 2020 | 7:50 PM IST

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