The Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO) published a report on Saturday that 262,944 tons of aluminum ingot have been produced over the period which extends from March 21st to the end of 2014.
The report points out that the present figure shows 2,000 tonnes more than the scheduled production volume.
The report added that during the 9-month period, the country produced 112,708 tonnes of lime, 188,956 tonnes of alumina powder and 321,225 tonnes of aluminum hydrate were also produced.
The country’s aluminum ingot production in the years of 2011 to 2013 stood at 318,000, 337,000 and 350,000 tonnes, respectively.
The amount is planned to hit 1.5 million tonnes by the end of a 20-Year Vision Plan marked by the country (March 2025).
The country is attempting to become the world’s 14th leading aluminum producer by the end of a Fifth 5-Year Economic Development Plan, which will end in 2015.