NASH (near TEXARKANA) TEX. - Alcoa has announced plans to reopen their plant in
Nash after closing it in 2009 due to a continued weak outlook in common
The plant will be part of Alcoa’s Global Rolled Products business and should open in the first half of 2016.
is investing $6 million to restart two casting pits at the facility,
with slab production expected to ramp up in the first half of 2016, the
About 80 full-time positions are expected to be created by 2016.
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