This year (2009) ALMI plans capacity expansion to increase its production capacity to 144,000 tons of aluminum sheets per year.
Currently its production capacity for aluminum sheets is 36,000 tons per year making it the second largest producer of aluminum sheets in the country after ALMI.
In the first year of its operation in 1983, ALMI had a production capacity of 4,800 tons of aluminum foils per year.
In 2009, ALMI plans to expand its production capacity for aluminum sheets to 20,000 tons per year to meet growing demand on domestic and international markets.
In order to improve its competitiveness in the world market, ALMI has established cooperation with a company in China having the same line of business Southern Aluminum Industry Co Ltd which has a production capacity of 40,000 tons of aluminum foils per year.
ALMI exports 60% of its production of aluminum coils mainly to the United States.
With a production capacity of 10,000 tons per year, SIAI is the second largest producer of aluminum foils after ALMI.
ALMI is the largest contributor to the country's total production of aluminum sheet.
Only ALMI planned substantial investment in 2009 to increase its production capacity for aluminum sheets to 144,000 tons per year and production capacity for aluminum foils to 20,000 tons per year.
The Maspion Group through two subsidiaries ALMI and Indal-dominates the country's aluminum industry since the 1980s.
ALMI was established in 1978, with factory located in Sidoarjo, East Java starting operation in 1983.
In 2009, ALMI expanded its production capacity for aluminum sheets from 84,000 tons to 144,000 tons per year.