JV with Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Japan
The largest producer of aluminum alloys in India, CMRT ties up with a global leader in aluminum alloys, Toyota Tsusho Corporation. The synergistic fusion will redefine paradigms of alloying technologies in India and power engineering industries in India to global excellence.
About CMR Toyotsu Aluminium India Pvt. Ltd.
CMR Toyotsu (CMRT) is a Joint Venture between Century Metal Recycling Pvt. Ltd., India (CMR – 70%) and Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Japan (TTC- 30%).With an annual production capacity of 36,000 MT, CMRT was established in April 2014 in Sriperumbudur, near Chennai.
CMRT is the largest producer of Aluminium alloys in South India having foreign collaboration. It is a pioneer in molten metal supply in this part of the country.
The plant, spread over 9 acres, is a state-of-the-art facility for supplying ingot and molten metal. Toyota Tsusho, with its rich experience in the alloy business, further strengthened its technical know-how in alloying. The plant boasts of a pump furnace, twin-shaft shredder, advanced sorting technology and baghouses.
About Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) – For more information please visit:http://www.toyota-tsusho.com/english/
Headquartered at Nagoya, Japan, TTC is a large global corporation, dealing in trading and manufacturing of diversified products and clocking an annual turnover of US$ 80 billion.TTC is one of the largest and most reputed Aluminium Alloy manufacturers in the world operating through 15 plants located at Japan, China, USA, Poland, Mexico etc.
CMR Nikkei India Pvt. Ltd.
CMR Nikkei India Pvt. Ltd. was established in November 2013 with an annual production capacity of 40,000 MT at Bawal , Haryana. This is a joint venture between CMR (74%) & Nikkei MC Aluminium, Japan (26%) the 2nd largest producer of Aluminium Alloys in Japan.
The plant, spread over 5 acres, is a state-of-the-art facility for supplying ingot and molten metal. Nikkei MC Aluminium, with its rich experience in the alloy business, further strengthened our technical know-how in alloying. The plant boasts of first time use of Tilting Rotary Furnace imported from France, over-the-road transfer technology from Japan, sorting technology from China, etc. Baghouse was introduced in India for the first time in this industry in this plant for its superior pollution control.
About Nikkei MC Aluminium Co., Ltd. (NMA) – For more information please visit:http://www.nmca.jp/en/html/index.html
Nikkei MC Aluminium a company promoted by Nippon Light Metal Co. Ltd., Japan and Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan. NMA is the second largest producer of Aluminium alloys in Japan. Nikkei MC Aluminium a USD 600 million turnover company operates through 8 plants, located at Japan, America, China and Thailand. As a part of its growth strategy, Nikkei MC Aluminium has identified India as a prospective destination for business expansion and CMR as its partner.