CAA

Capral (CAA)

Stock Code

CAA

Stock Exchange

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Capral Aluminum Limited (CAA) is an Australian based company engaged in semi-fabricated aluminium products manufacturing, marketing and distribution. Its products include commercial, residential, roofing and security products. CAA was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on the 20th of November 1986. Its average annual revenue reaches approximately AUD$546 million. Its headquarters is located in Queensland, Australia and to date; around 1,260 people are employed in the company.

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