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In 1969, on the banks of the River Nile in southern Egypt , began the process of construction of one of the most important giant projects and announced the birth of the giant company Egyptalum at Nag' a Hammady , some 100 km , north form Luxor governorate which embracing a civilization of 7000 years on its sides . The following several factors were taken into consideration when chosen Nag'a Hammady as the location of aluminum factory :  The nearness of the site to the High Dam Power Transformers Station (500 kv) .  Near The port of Safaga to receive alumina and green coal.  Abundant manpower to start processing the site and preparing for civil and metal constructions.  Neighboring community development through building schools , construction and paving of roads and extension of railway lines for the transportation of workers.  Distribution of industrial projects in various governorates of the Republic for the purpose of urban expansion in the desert so as not to affect the patches of agricultural land .  Development of a vital area of Upper Egypt through establishing a high-tech project in the middle of a barren desert . The development of a vital area of Upper Egypt and the vicinity of this edifice , hence , establishing of residential cities alongside the plant to provide every amenity like housing, set tree - lined avenues , hospitals , sports fields , schools , shops , a bank , a police station and post office . In 1975, the first spark was launched announcing the start of production and the rise of aluminum metal . It reached five lines in July 1983 and put info of the 6th line in October 1997. In April 2010, all production lines were rehabilitated and upgraded to pre-baked cells to reach 320,000 tons annually .

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