Aluminum alloys manufacturer Braidy Industries has begun the ground work for its aluminum mill in Kentucky’s East Park Industrial Center.
The planned mill is a 45-acre site, which is slated to produce 300,000mt of aluminum per year, serving the automotive and aerospace industry. After months of inactivity due to COVID-19 related shutdowns, the company has finally begun to excavate the site to set up the foundation for the plant, according to media reports.
The reports added that no timeline for the actual construction has been disclosed but Braidy expects to commission the plant by 2023. The company had announced it would be speeding up the construction activity of the mill in June.