The company owns an Industrial Aluminum Extrusion Factory in Abuja. The factory is located at plot 34, Cadastral zone 16, IDU industrial area, Abuja, Nigeria. The land spreads over 9405.11 m2. The company is the owner of the right to hold the land according to The Land Use Act No 6 of 1978.
2.The buildings: factory building, offices building, pavilions and warehouse
The factory is located in a big industrial building, built according to European standards, and based on quality concrete foundations. The building is well designed to ensure fluent production process.
Within the area of the factory yard and outside the factory building，a two floors fancy offices building was built and occupied by the factory management.
3.The factory - one stop shop
The Aluminum extrusion factory in Abuja is a young factory; nevertheless, it is the highest quality aluminum profile factory in NIGERIA. The Company technical and strategic partner in the factory is Alubin, the largest aluminum profile manufacturer in Israel with experience and reputation which goes back more than 50 years. The factory combines the advantages of the
4.The Industrial Process and machinery
In General, the factory turns aluminum billets into colored profiles used mainly in the fabrication area in Nigeria. The industrial process is being done through an aluminum extrusion line and a passivation and painting line owned by the Company.
In addition to the machinery, the Company’s unique knowledge and experience make the significant added value to the Company’s assets and products.
The aluminum extrusion process
The extrusion process begins with heating an aluminum billet weighing up to 48kg to a temperature of approximately 5000C. Whilst still in a hot malleable state the billet is placed in a steel container and pushed through a steel die by means of a hydraulic ram capable of exerting over 1,600 tonnes of pressure. The billet is forced through the die, emerging as Aluminum extrusions.
5.Financial and market data
Profiles consumption in the Nigerian market is roughly divided as 50% importation and 50% manufactured by the local industry. The local industry manufactures approximately 1,500 - 2,000 tonnes per month.